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Event sponsors, exercise-related businesses, or any other business can reach runners and walkers by advertising at this website. Ads can be updated as needed. Running event logos will be displayed on the Calendar page along with the event information. Business and other ads will be displayed on Home, Calendar and Results pages. Information.

Sept. 23 -- Plano Baloon Festival 5k Run/Walk and 1k, 7:30 A.M., Oak Point Nature Preserve, Plano, TX. Information.
Sept. 23 -- Crape Myrtle Run 5K, 10K, 1-Mile, 8:00 A.M., McKinney Boyd High School, McKinney, TX Information.
Sept. 23 -- Fabulous Faith 5K, 8:00 A.M., Katherine Rose Memorial Park, Mansfield, TX. Information.
Sept. 23 -- ONE Run 5K, 1K, 8:00 A.M., Reverchon Park, Dallas. Information.
Sept. 23 -- Corner Store Country Run 5K, 8:30 A.M., Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Sept. 23 -- Oktobertfest Run Und Ride 5K, 10K, 1-Mile, 9:45 A.M., Panther Island Pavillion, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Sept. 23 -- Run in the Dark 5K, 1-Mile, 7:00 P.M., BlueStem Park at Alliance, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Sept. 24 -- Plano Baloon Festival Half Marathon and Relay, 7:30 A.M., Oak Point Nature Preserve, Plano, TX. Information.
Sept. 24 -- Carrollton Runners Mile, 5K, 7:30 A.M., McInnish Park, Carrollton, TX. Information.
Sept. 24 -- Global Energy Race 5K, 10K, 8:00 A.M., Klyde Warren Park, Dallas, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Rahr & Sons Oktoberfest 5k presented by Highpoint Urban Living, 9:00 A.M., Rahr & Sons Brewing Company, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Hustle for Houston 5K, 8:15 A.M., TWU Denton Campus, Denton, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Take a Stand-Break the Silence 5K, 10K, 6:00 A.M., River Legacy Park, Arlington, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Plano Pacers 5-Mile Fling, 1K, 8:00 A.M., Bob Woodruff Park, Plano, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Clear The Streets 5K, 1K, 8:00 A.M., Hulen Park, Cleburne, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Music Miles 5K, 1-Mile, 8:00 A.M., Shadow Ridge Middle School, Flower Mound, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Legacy 22 Run 5K, 1-Mile, 8:00 A.M., Galatyn Park, Richardson, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Cowboy Run 5K, 8:00 A.M., Lewisville Western Days, Lewisville, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Celebrate Life Survivors 5K, 8:20 A.M., 1300 N. Fourth Street, Longview, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Ability Run Walk Rock n' Roll 5K, 1K, 8:30 A.M., Anderson Bonner Park, Dallas, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- ZERO Prostate Cancer Run 5K, 1-Mile, 8:30 A.M., Village at Cumberland Park, Tyler, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Rock the Cliff 5K, 1-Mile, 8:45 A.M., Kiest Park, Dallas, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Cosplay Relay 5K, 9:00 A.M., Riverside Park, Brownwood, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Domestic Violence 5K, 9:00 A.M., Cobb Park, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Fry Street Oktoberfest 5K, 10:00 A.M., Lucky Lou's, Denton, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Riley Run 5K. 1-Mile, 4:30 P.M., Tolar High School, Tolar, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Neon Night 5K, 6:00 P.M., Doubletree Ranch Park, Highland Village, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Starry Night Dallas/Fort Worth 5K, 6:00 P.M., McPherson Park, Colleyville, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- What's On Tap 5K, 6:30 A.M., What's On Tap, Keller, TX. Information.
Sept. 30 -- Seeds of Hope Moonlight 5K, 8:00 P.M., Grayson County Courthouse, Sherman, TX. Information.
Oct. 01 -- BRC Back to Basics 5K, 4:00 P.M., Chisenhall Fields, Burleson, TX. Information.
Oct. 07 -- 2017 Wonder Run 5k Run/Walk and 1k Kids Waddle, 7:30 A.M., Martin House Brewery, Fort Worth, TX. Information.
Oct. 07 -- Don't Quit Half Marathon and 5k, 7:30 A.M., Lake House Bar & Grill - White Rock Lake, Dallas, TX. Information.
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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CASA
Oct. 28 -- CASA of Tarrant County Superhero Run.
Our Mission - CASA of Tarrant County and its court-appointed volunteers advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children.
- Located in the heart of Downtown Arlington at the Levitt Pavilion
- USATF Certified 5K course
- 1 Mile Fun Run
- Free parking
- Free t-shirt and goody bag for all registrants
- Shopping and food in the Vendor Area
- Live entertainment
- Puppy Power Pavilion for Canine Superheroes
- KaPow! Kid Zone with games, inflatables and family-friendly activities
- Family-friendly activities and Kids Area
- Costume contests for youth, adults, and dogs
- Superhero Training Academy
- Special Superhero appearances
- And much more!

Register today here.

Arlington Heroes Run
Nov. 11 -- Arlington Heroes Run. The Rotary Club of Arlington and Stripe-A-Zone present the 3rd Annual Arlington Heroes Run, offering a USATF sanction 5K and a Fun Run, on Saturday, November 11, 2017, in Veterans Park at 3600 W Arkansas Ln. Proceeds from this event will go to the Veterans Park Memorial Foundation, the Arlington Fire Department's Random Acts of Kindness program, and the Arlington Police Foundation. Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams will kick off the Fun Run at 8:30 am and the 5K at 9:00 am. This run, the day after Veterans Day, is a fun way to show support for police, fire and military heroes. Register today here.

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.


Kim Andres Painting


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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A full-service race event timing and production company based in Fort Worth. ChampionChip or Chronotrack (D-Tag) timing technology for quick and accurate results. Before choosing a timing company, please talk to us and compare our competitive pricing. Visit our web site 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.


Bonnell's

Chef Jon Bonnell pairs his Texas heritage with classical culinary training to create inventive and delicious dishes featuring decidedly Texan ingredients. Distinguished as one of the foremost experts on wild game and fine Texas cuisine, his perfected technique and flavor combinations entice diners to experience something new.

Jon’s numerous accolades and honors include three stints cooking at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City, winning Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence every year since 2004 and having one of the highest Zagat ratings in the state of Texas. Under Bonnell’s Restaurant Group, Jon oversees a number of popular Fort Worth eateries: Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine, WATERS Restaurant, and Buffalo Bros Pizza Wings & Subs. See our website



 Ainsleys Angles


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.


cox racing services


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.