Pioneer Day Fun Run 2017 Registration is Open
The Enterprise Pioneer Day Fun Run 2017 registration is now under way with new team competition added this year. The Pioneer Day Run is an Enterprise High Cross Country Team Fundraiser. The Event is a 5K/10K and walk event in the cool crisp air of Southern Utah.
The event will take place on Monday, Jul7 24, 2017 and begin at 5:15AM for late registration and pre-registered pick up at 100 West and Main Street. Buses for racers will leave finish area to go to the start line at 6:00 A.M. Races will start at 6:30 A.M.. For those wishing to walk instead of run will NOT ride a bus and will start and finish at the finish line. (Walk will start after busses leave.)
You can look at maps of races and walk courses below-
Your Entry fee for the 5K/10K run are $15 if received by MAY 19th, $20 after that date or on day of race. Walking 5K is $10 if received by MAY 91th, $15 after that date or on day of race.
**New Event: Team competition! For the 5K only, you can sign up a team of 5, 6 or 7 runners to compete against other teams. Captain of a team send in all names participating on their team. Runners are eligible for both individual awards and team awards. Team awards for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.
Registration must be in by July 7th to get a shirt otherwise first come first serve until gone.
Send completed form to:
Enterprise Fun Run
PO Box 460
Enterprise, Utah 84725
Make Checks Payable to: EHS Cross Country
Drop off Entry until May 22nd at:
Enterprise High School
565 South 200 East
Awards: Overall male and female finishers in both 5K and 10K races will receive a trophy.
First, second, and third place medals will be given in each age division to both genders in both races.
Division ages: 8 and under, 9-12, 13-16, 17-20, 21-25, 26-30, 31-35, 36-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-70, 71 and older.
You must be present to receive an earned medal or trophy, they will not be mailed out if not picked up.
No awards will be given to walkers.
A physical exam is not required to run in the Pioneer Day 5K/10K Run, but all competitors participate at their own risk. If in doubt as to your physical condition to engage in an event as strenuous as a 5K/10K run, it is strongly recommended that you seek the advice of a competent physician.