PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Register Now! Price Increases on 2/8/19
All pre-registered participants of the 5K and 10K will receive a medal and T-shirt.
All kids registered and participating in the Kids 1 mile Gator Dash will receive a medal.
(Click on races during registration to see full description & get more information)
Late registrations and Day of walkups for any race
will be considered on a case by case basis,
with no guarantee of gear.
Start Time 7:00am 5K & 10K
Check in for Kids Races: 8:00am
Kid's One Mile Start Time: 8:30am
Start and Finish Lines will be both
at the GHL West Clubhouse
12350 Mulberry Ave
Bradenton, FL 34212
Your volunteer event leader is
Course maps will be available at a later date.
Water stations will be set up along the course.
We will permit you to transfer your registration to another individual.
You can transfer your registration on this site until 2/16.
Otherwise, please print out the registration confirmation email,
write on the email your are transferring your registration to ______ ,
sign it and have the individual bring it with them the day of the race.
Please remember this race and all the work that goes into organizing it, is put on by myself
and a volunteer committee. Price of the registration covers solely the cost of the items
we are providing to our participants. Items like medals and shirts need to be purchased
ahead of time and can not be returned. We also incur costs in snacks, water and other
supplies to make this a great event.
We hope you understand.
February is Heart Health Month!
We are dedicated to helping the American Heart Association spread the word of their theme this year.
"You're In Control"
The AHA focus for 2019 is on younger adults.
Please consider making a monetary donation to the AHA.
You will have an opportunity to select a dollar amount during your registration process if you choose to do so.
All donations will go directly to the American Heart Association.
Younger adults are at risk more and more often now. Heart disease doesn't just happen to older adults. National trends show heart disease death rates are declining more slowly than they have in the past, especially among adults ages 35 to 64. In many communities across the U.S., death rates are actually increasing among adults in this age group. Not only are more younger adults dying of heart disease, but their rates of risk factors—such as physical inactivity, tobacco use, and hypertension—are also increasing.
This is partly because the conditions that lead to heart disease are happening at younger ages. February is Heart Month, the perfect time to learn about your risk for heart disease and the steps you need to take now to help your heart.
Heart disease—and the conditions that lead to it—can happen at any age. High rates of obesity and high blood pressure among younger people (ages 35-64) are putting them at risk for heart disease earlier in life.
Half of all Americans have at least one of the top three risk factors for heart disease;
1. High blood pressure 2. High cholesterol 3. Smoking.