Due to the COVID 19 Virus, the LaVell Edwards Memorial Heart and Sole 5K has been POSTPONED until further notice.
Come join BYU Athletics in celebrating our community with a 5K Fun Run and Heart Health Fair honoring BYU Football legend, LaVell Edwards!
NEW THIS YEAR! The race will begin and end at LaVell Edwards Stadium - see yourself cross the finish line on the big screen inside the stadium! Runners will be finishing INSIDE the STADIUM!!
The LaVell Edwards Memorial Heart & Sole 5K will start promptly at 8:00 AM. Following the fun run, there will be an obstacle course for kids, autograph tables with your favorite BYU athletes, a Heart Health Fair put on by Intermountain Utah Valley Hospital, and tons of food until 11:00 AM. Parking for this event can be found in Parking Lot 1, south of the LaVell Edwards Stadium (1700 N. Canyon Rd).
Note- registration proceeds go directly to supporting this event (this is not a fundraiser).
Main registration is $25 for adults and $15 for Youth 14 and under.
T-shirt / size and/or Swag Bag not guaranteed if you register after May 1.
Same day registration will be available on race day for $25. Bring your personal cell phone for online registration for a smooth and speedy registration.
Come run inside of LaVell Edwards Stadium with us!
There are no refunds or changes.
The Lavell Edwards Memorial 5K, obstacle course and heart fair is a fun way to honor Lavell Edwards, who died of heart disease, by increasing awareness in our community that heart disease is the #1 cause of death in the United States. Cardiovascular disease caused 1 of 3 deaths in 2016. An American will have a heart attack every 40 seconds. American Heart Association tracks “Life’s Simple 7” risk factors—most of which can be modified to help reduce our chance of dying from heart disease.
The event is hosted by Brigham Young University Student Athlete Council in partnership with Intermountain Utah Valley Hospital. Come honor LaVell and learn how you can modify your risk factors to prevent heart disease for you and your loved ones.
We encourage our runners to “Race in Honor” of a loved one who has fought or who is fighting heart disease. Each person will run for their own reason—and we’d love to hear about it? Connect with us and share your experiences using hashtag #LEM5K #preventheartdisease