A fun race for kids or anyone!
A nice, brisk 3.10685596 miles.
For those who want an extra challenge!
This year's shirt and medal art features a banana character running away from a COVID virus. It was designed by Crabtree, PA mural artist and elementary art teacher Raphael Pantalone. His artwork can be found on all seven continents.
The shirt and medals are sure to be a conversation starter for years to come!
Race from anywhere in the world! You pick a route that best suits you whether that's on a treadmill or in your neighborhood.
Not sure where to do your race? Click the button below to map a route. It even has an option to show elevation change — you know, so you're not running uphill the whole time!Start Mapping
Register online at active.com before August 31, 2020.
This is a virtual run meaning you are able to complete the run, on your own time, during the registration window. Registration is open though August 31, 2020.
This is a virtual run meaning you are able to complete the run on your own route. You can use this service to map a route. You can also use a treadmill if that's more convienient.
Virtual packets will be sent out within 1-2 business days from when you register. They'll be delivered to the email you provided at registration and sent from email@example.com
Items will be shipped using the USPS.
Shirts only should ship by September 10.
Medals only should ship by September 25.
Full packets with shirts and medals should ship together by September 25.
We want you to wear your gear proudly too! To make sure we have enough shirts and medals for everyone, we will be ordering everything closer to the registration cut-off to make sure we can accomodate everyones orders.
Yes! Just be sure to take a photo of your distance and time to submit to the race results.
You will need a photo or screenshot of your distance and time to upload on our race results page. You will also need your race registration, which can be found in your registration confirmation email from Active.
Race results need to be uploaded to our submission page by August 31, 2020.
Waaaaaay back in 1904, before COVID-19 and even before the
Spanish Flu, in the western Pennsylvania town of Latrobe, PA a
pharmacy apprentice by the name of David Strickler was working
as a soda fountain jerk at Tassel's Pharmacy. There he took a
banana and cut it in half to place outside of three scoops of
ice cream. And thus the banana split was invented!
Usually we celebrate with a weekend festival, but this year we're having a virtual event on our Facebook page.
If you have additional questions, need help with submitting your race results, or want to talk about banana splits give us a shout!