Saturday February 10, 2018
12:30 pm Start Time
St Marks High School, Wilmington, DE
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Benefits: Walking Point for PTSD & TBI
Mission: Raising awareness for all military members enduring the invisible wounds of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury or Post Concussive Syndrome. Advocate for the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to treat PTSD, TBI and PCS. Walking Point is a driving force, helping all who suffer in silence.
Early Registration (Closes February 8): $30
Late Registration (February 10 to Race Day): $40
Long Sleeve Sport-Tek performance shirts (guaranteed to all preregistered participants)
Chip timing (MyLaps chip system by Nova Timing Systems)
Post Race Party: Timothy’s of Newark
Overall male and female
Top 3 males and top 3 females in 10 year age groups (13 and under, 14-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and over)
Top 3 male and top 3 female walkers
11:30 am Registration opens
12:30 pm Race Start
Awards by Fuel 3 Sports to follow at Timothy’s in Newark
Starts in front of St Marks High School, through campus and residential roads.
Address for GPS or Mapquest
St Marks High School 2501 Pike Creek Rd Wilmington DE 19808
Race management reserves the right to accept or reject any entry. There is NO rain date. This is a rain or shine event. In the case of inclement weather, management reserves the right to alter or modify the race or course for safety concerns. In the case of a Natural Disaster, Local Incident, Terrorist Act, or Act of God, there will be No Refunds of race entry fees. Athletes must accept any such risk of their entry fee paid. Monies for charitable organizations we support have already been pledged, and monies collected are used to develop and produce the event, including all race supplies, staffing, and administration. We pledge to make every effort to produce a fair, safe and exciting event. Any decision we make to go forth with the race is based on the overall event/race course safety, in accord with local risk management, police, fire and rescue, and medical team.