Trinity 5000 Series
July 20
-- Trinity 5000 Series, 1K Fun Run - 7:15 PM, 5K Run/Walk (3.1 miles) - 7:30 PM. Races are held every Thursday evening (June 1– August 17). The race site is off 600 Woodard St. / 500 N. Henderson St. in Fort Worth. Race Dates: June 1, June 8, June 15, June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, July 27, August 3, August 10, & August 17 (Last Race & Series Awards) Timing Services Provided By Cox Racing Services. Online Registration and more event information here.
July 22 -- Splash Dash 5K, 1K, 9:00 A.M., Bahama Beach Waterpark, Dallas, TX. Information.
Trinity 5000 Series
July 27
-- Trinity 5000 Series, 1K Fun Run - 7:15 PM, 5K Run/Walk (3.1 miles) - 7:30 PM. Races are held every Thursday evening (June 1– August 17). The race site is off 600 Woodard St. / 500 N. Henderson St. in Fort Worth. Race Dates: June 1, June 8, June 15, June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, July 27, August 3, August 10, & August 17 (Last Race & Series Awards) Timing Services Provided By Cox Racing Services. Online Registration and more event information here.
July 29 -- Plano Pacers July Charity Run 5K, 1K, 8:00 A.M., Bob Woodruff Park, Plano, TX. Information.
July 30 -- Carrollton Runners Mile, 5K, 7:30 A.M., McInnish Park, Carrollton, TX. Information.
Trinity 5000 Series
Aug. 03
-- Trinity 5000 Series, 1K Fun Run - 7:15 PM, 5K Run/Walk (3.1 miles) - 7:30 PM. Races are held every Thursday evening (June 1– August 17). The race site is off 600 Woodard St. / 500 N. Henderson St. in Fort Worth. Race Dates: June 1, June 8, June 15, June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, July 27, August 3, August 10, & August 17 (Last Race & Series Awards) Timing Services Provided By Cox Racing Services. Online Registration and more event information here.
Aug. 05 -- DRC August 3x2-mile Cross Country Relay, 8:00 A.M., Norbuck Park, White Rock Lake, Dallas, TX. Information.
Aug. 06 -- FWRC Watermelon Run 5K, 1-Mile, 7:45 A.M., Trinity Park Pavilion #3, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Aug. 06 -- BRC Back to Basics X-Country 3-Mile, 6:00 P.M., Chisenhall Fields, Burleson, TX. Information.
Aug. 08 -- Plano Pacers Prediction Run 5K, 7:00 P.M., Schimelpfenig Library, Plano, TX. Information.
Trinity 5000 Series
Aug. 10
-- Trinity 5000 Series, 1K Fun Run - 7:15 PM, 5K Run/Walk (3.1 miles) - 7:30 PM. Races are held every Thursday evening (June 1– August 17). The race site is off 600 Woodard St. / 500 N. Henderson St. in Fort Worth. Race Dates: June 1, June 8, June 15, June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, July 27, August 3, August 10, & August 17 (Last Race & Series Awards) Timing Services Provided By Cox Racing Services. Online Registration and more event information here.
Aug. 12 -- Moondance 25K, 50K, 12:00 A.M., Trinity Park, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Aug. 12 -- Cobra Brewing 5K, 9:30 A.M., Cobra Brewing Company, Lewisville, TX. Information.
Aug. 12 -- La Nuit 2017 5K, 1-Mile, 8:00 P.M., Cedar Ridge Preserve, Dallas, TX. Information.
Aug. 13 -- Hottest Half Marathon, 5K, 10K, 7:30 A.M., Ron Kirk Bridge, Dallas, TX. Information.
Trinity 5000 Series
Aug. 17
-- Trinity 5000 Series, 1K Fun Run - 7:15 PM, 5K Run/Walk (3.1 miles) - 7:30 PM. Races are held every Thursday evening (June 1– August 17). The race site is off 600 Woodard St. / 500 N. Henderson St. in Fort Worth. Race Dates: June 1, June 8, June 15, June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, July 27, August 3, August 10, & August 17 (Last Race & Series Awards) Timing Services Provided By Cox Racing Services. Online Registration and more event information here.
Aug. 19 -- Melon Dash 5K, 7:45 A.M., Towne Lake Park Recreation Area, McKinney, TX. Information.
Aug. 19 -- Brooke Hester Hustle VII 5k, 1-Mile, 8:00 A.M., Kennedale Town Center, Kennedale, TX. Information.
Aug. 20 -- Carrollton Runners Club Prediction 5K, 7:30 A.M., Josey Ranch Athletic Complex, Carrollton, TX. Information.
Aug. 24 -- Progressive Commercial Roadhouse Run 5K, 1-Mile, 7:15 P.M., Continental Pedestrian Bridge, Dallas, TX. Information.
Heroes For Hope
Sept. 16
-- 5th Annual Heroes for Hope 5K Run/Walk, 8 AM, Trinity Park, Pavilion 1, 2300 W. 7th St., Fort Worth 76107.

It's time to register for the 5th Annual Heroes for Hope 5K Run/Walk. Join us and help celebrate Childhood Cancer Awareness Month!! This year we are excited to announce that our race will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Heroes for Hope. We have a new location! This year we will hold the race at Trinity Park Pavilion #1, 2300 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, TX 76107!! We will start the day with a free Kids 1K Fun Run (12 and under) at 7:45am and the 5K at 8:00am. Come out and help us honor our little HEROES, who are in the fight of their lives!

All levels are welcome! If you can run, walk, or crawl this is your race! We will have free craft beer, free BBQ, free fresh fruit, free massages, a superhero costume for kids and adults, contest for largest team and largest corporate team, a kids fun zone, and an awesome vendor village (bring extra money for all the cool stuff!). We will have awards for Overall Male and Female, Overall Masters Male and Female, and traditional 5 year age group awards. Our 2017 Ambassador of Hope is Aidan Wallace. Aidan is a brave 6 year old little boy who was diagnosed with Stage IV Nephroblastoma, kidney cancer. Like and share his story on Facebook at Aidanstrong. Aidan will design this year's medals!! Have your HERO's name listed on the back of this year's shirt. SIGN UP AS A FUND-RACER and be a SUPERHERO for our little HEROES!! Help us fundraise and earn some awesome prizes. We will show you how to make it easy! Camp Gladiator will lead a fun pre-race warmup. Cox Racing Services will certify the course and provide chip timing. Come check out "the coolest race of the summer"!

The day will start at 6:30am for race day packet pickup and registration. We will have a free Kids 1K Fun Run (12 & under) starting at 7:45am and the 5K will start at 8:00am. We will play the National Anthem before the start of the 5K and have a balloon release as the 5K starts to honor our "Heroes in Heaven". The course will run along the Trinity River with water stops near miles 1 and 2. We will have water and gatorade at the water stops. Join us for the "coolest race of the summer".
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Honored Hero
Oct. 15 -- Honored Hero - 5th Annual Heroes for Hope 5K Run/Walk, 8 AM, Trinity Park, Pavilion 1, 2300 W. 7th St., Fort Worth 76107.

Start Times: 1K Fun Run - 7:40 AM, Half Marathon - 8:00 AM, 10K - 8:20 AM, 5K - 8:30 AM. Time Limit: 1/2 Marathon – 4 Hours. Description: Course is flat and meanders along the Trinity Trail. Aid Stations: Located every 2 miles with water and sports drink. Fruit and nutrition available at miles 6 and 14.

Blood cancer has touched the lives of everyone involved in this event. As heartbreaking as cancer can be, the Honored Hero Run gives us each an opportunity to stand up to it. To honor our loved ones as they battle this terrible disease and to come together as a community to do something about it! Each year the HHR Board of Directors visits local hospitals; Cook Childrens and Medical City Dallas, to offer the opportunity for young cancer patients (ages 5 to 17) to enter a logo contest for our event. These young artists are the face of more than 327,000 people in the U.S. who suffer from blood cancer everyday. Their artwork shines a bright light for all the heroes we honor at the Race. Logo Winners are awarded a certificate and are invited to attend the race as VIPs. Their logo is proudly displayed to represent the Event and help spread the word throughout the community about the mission of the Honored Hero Run.

Approximately every 3 minutes one person in the United States (US) is diagnosed with a blood cancer. The Honored Hero Run is a one-of-a-kind event that offers a community atmosphere for individuals and families to come together and make their community healthier by raising awareness of and funds for blood cancer research…and have some fun while they do! Since 2009, the Honored Hero Run has donated over $135,000Â to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Without the support of fundraising events, like the Honored Hero Run, LLS™ funding for many cutting-edge projects could not be done.

All Participants receive the following with their Race Entry: Goodie Bag, Official Race T-shirt, Food, Drinks, Music, and an awards ceremony! Finisher’s Medals will be awarded to all Half Marathon participants, plus Awards to Top 3 men and women overall, Top 3 male and female in each age division and Top 3 wheelchair finishers.
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Path To Wellness


Path to Wellness Chiropractic is a comprehensive facility ready to serve the healthcare needs of you and your family. Dr. Lauren Letz established the facility in 2008 using the most sophisticated and technologically advanced equipment available.

Dr. Lauren takes great pride in her ability to focus on the patients’ needs. She works diligently to not only relieve patients of current problems but to work with them to create a healthy environment so future spinal issues do not arise.


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Paintings by Kim Andres. Looking for a watercolor like this one? Do you want one of your own, of you, a loved one, or a pet? Contact Kim for more information.


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The Cox Running Club was announced at the 2012 Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon in and 5K. By joining, members will enjoy many benefits. Among them include workouts and activities, discounts at running stores and at races. A Training Tuesday is scheduled each Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the TCU track. There also are a kids series and quarterly races. Demery and Ricky Cox time and conduct several area events and have conducted the Trinity 5000 Summer Series for many years. Visit the website for more information.


CRC website congratulates Bill for completing his goal in November of running a marathon in all 50 states, just in time to celebrate his 60th birthday.

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Harry Hall

In late 2014, Hall completed a 12 year project when he released, The Pedestriennes, America's Forgotten Superstars, the first book ever written about the professional female endurance walkers who from 1876-1881, dazzled America with their on and off track exploits. It's won three national writing awards and Competitor.com included it on its list of, "Greatest Running Books." It's also been turned into a screenplay. Both books are available at www.amazon.com and www.harryhallspeaks.com www.harryhallspeaks.com for more information.


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In addition to ensuring everyone can experience endurance events, Ainsley's Angels of America aims to build awareness about America's special needs community through inclusion in all aspects of life. Serving as advocates to providing education and participating as active members in local communities, we believe everyone deserves to be included. See the website for information and to email Trish Robinson.


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COX RACING SERVICES provides Chip Timing, Pull Tag Electronic Timing and Complete Race Setup for all road races ranging from 1K to Ultra Marathon distances. We have more than 25 years of race managing and directing experience. We are dedicated to promoting health and fitness in communities. With our vast running and timing experience, COX RACING SERVICES is a viable option. See the website for information about the services.


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Runners, visit Movin' Pictures for a picture of you in action. Race directors contact us to learn how we can help you add value to your event for your participants. www.movin-pictures.com.


Tom Martin

After working over 25 years in software engineering with a degree in Business, Tom Martin was suddenly struck down with heart failure. While he was told he would need a heart transplant, he was not told what had caused the heart failure. Without any chronic illness in his past, the medical teams had no answers. He could not imagine agreeing to have his heart cut out without knowing why this all was happening.
He began a search for answers in the holistic community, reading studies and reports by medical doctors (MDs), Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DOs), Research scientists and naturopaths. With the help of an integrative doctor in Newport Beach, California and after being given odds of only one percent that his heart could heal, it did, in fact, heal.
Taking what he learned over a seven year period, he began writing books, posting blogs, speaking to groups and counseling people with chronic illness as to alternative health options. One Percent Health is the first of 11 books on a variety of health issues he has currently written. Visit www.onepercenthealth.com for more information.