WakeMed Cary 2014 Distance Festival

We invite you to join us in the 21st annual WakeMed Cary 2014 Distance Festival. In conjunction with the Town of Cary, WakeMed Cary Hospital, and all of our generous sponsors, the Cary Rotary Club invite you to participate in our 5K run/walk or 10K Run. Here you will find all of the race information regarding Registration, Location, Event Schedule, Awards, Use of Proceeds, and other useful information.

We hope to see you on May 3rd, 2014!

Event Day Schedule
6:30 a.m. Registration 5k Run/Walk & 10k Run Start 8:00 a.m.

Entry Fees
The entry fee for either race is $15 if registration is received on or before April 25th. After April 25th but before race day the registration fee is $20 and race day registration is $25. No fee for children under 8 accompanying a participating adult.

How to Register
Entrants may register on-line at: https://www.runnc.com/rrr.php?groupid=101608&template_id=78358&page=event_register&app=rrr&context=1396406522

Deadline for on-line registration is 11:00 p.m. on May 1. On-line registration fees must be paid by credit card.

Entrants may register in person at Inside Out Sports in Cary from 5-7 on May 1, or on race day at the registration area beginning at 6:30 a.m. www.insideoutsports.com

Location
The run/walk will be held at Waverly Place in Cary NC. Waverly Place is located at the corner of Tryon Rd. and Kildaire Farm Road. The start/finish area is located behind the Whole Foods Market.

Information
The race is managed by Young and Associates. For more information you may contact Jim Young at tjyoung@mindspring.com or visit their website at www.runnc.com.

T-Shirts
Entrants can order a dry-wick technical T-shirt with their on-line registration if received no later than April 16th. The cost of the T-shirt is $15. A limited number of T-shirts will be on sale at packet pickup and on race day.

Safety
For the safety of all the runners, we must prohibit bicycles, roller skates, rollerblades, and all other wheeled vehicles (except wheelchairs and strollers) from the race. We also consider the use of headphones in running events to be a safety hazard, and we must ask that headphones not be worn during the race.