7th Annual RACERS Superhero 5K
Saturday, August 15, 2020
North Pier Brewing Company
670 North Shore Drive, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Due to the uncertainty with the spread of COVID-19, the 7th Annual RACERS Superhero 5K to benefit MYOI (Michigan Youth Opportunities Initiative) originally scheduled for Saturday, April 18, 2020 at 10:00 am, is postponed to Saturday, August 15, 2020 at 8:30 am.
As always, your safety and the safety of all of our SWMI RACERS members, volunteers, and event participants is our top priority. We know there are questions and concerns about how COVID-19, commonly known as the Coronavirus, could affect our community events. We appreciate your understanding of any necessary adjustments in the interest of health and safety.
– Chip timed 5K Run and Walk
– Dog Friendly
– Awards to Overall Male and Female Finisher in Run and Walk Divisions
– Age Group Medals
– Finisher Medals
– Custom Race Bibs
AGES 15 & OVER
Early Registration – $20 through February 18 (Includes t-shirt and finisher medal)
Regular Registration – $25 February 19 through July 19 (Includes t-shirt and finisher medal)
Late Registration – $30 July 20 through August 13 (T-shirt and finisher medal while supplies last)
Same Day Registration – $35 (T-shirt and finisher medal while supplies last)
YOUTH AGES 8 – 14
Early Registration – $15 through February 18 (Includes t-shirt and finisher medal)
Regular Registration – $20 February 19 through July 19 (Includes T-shirt and finisher medal)
Late Registration – $20 July 20 through Race Day (T-shirt and finisher medal while supplies last)
YOUTH AGES 7 & UNDER
$5 through Race Day*
*Must run or walk with paid adult. Includes chip timing and finisher medal. Does not include shirt.
This year’s event benefits MYOI – Michigan Youth Opportunities Initiative. The program was created to improve outcomes for youths transitioning from foster care to adulthood. It brings together community members, public and private agencies, and resources that are critical to enhancing the success of young adults who are transitioning or have transitioned from the foster care system. More than 900 youth are participating in the program statewide.