Aug 05, 2022 at 8:30 AM
Throwing Bones Trail Races
Black Mountain NC, 28711
Entry Fee $40
(Lowest or Early Registration)
Entry Fee 2 $50
(Highest or Late Registration)
Prize Money: no
Series: Throwing Bones Trail Races
Participant Limit: 300
Starting Elevation: 2405
High Point: 2500
Percent of the course on un-paved trails: 100%
First Year of the Event: 2018
Men's Record: 2018 Kelsey Lenhardt (31) 19:06
Masters Men Record: 20'18 Joe Watson (51) 20:27
Women's Record: 2018 Valerie Gortmaker (42) 21:24
Masters Women Record: 2018 Valerie Gortmaker (42) 21:24
This race was postponed and did not happen on 3/14! The make up date for this race is October 10, 2020!! If you were registered for the race in March, your registration has been automatically transferred to the make up race. If you would prefer to defer your race entry to the March 2021 event instead, please email the RD at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Throwing Bones
Throwing Bones’ mission is to inspire ALL blood cancer patients to keep moving forward with active lifestyles during treatment and beyond. We’re running OVER mountains to make healthy and active lifestyles a part of the solution.
Through Throwing Bones, we hope to encourage and inspire, and to educate and enable blood cancer patients everywhere to find their best quality of life through healthy and active lifestyles.
All proceeds from the Throwing Bones Trail Race will go towards helping patients assess their physical abilities, allowing caregivers and healthcare providers to succeed. Current projects include a patient self-assessment series, healthcare, and connecting patients with patient-focused fitness coaches.
*Throwing Bones is a patient-focused registered 501(c)3 for patients fighting multiple myeloma and other blood cancers.*
QUICK RACE INFO
Race Date: Saturday October 10, 2020
Start Time: Trail Fun Run will begin at 8:30am. 5k will begin at 9am. 10k will begin at 9:15am.
Course: 5k and 10k routes will be available for download soon.
Parking: Parking will be available near the course, but will likely fill up quickly. Overflow parking is available at the Black Mountain public parking, which is approximately .5 miles from the start.
No photos available.