2013 Run Like Hell XXII   7:30pm Saturday, October 26th, 2013   3614 Woodburn Ave. (map)

 

Sign up for a 5K you'll never forget, even if you try.

It's more than a race. It's a charity event dressed up in one hell of a costume. Sign up today. Dress up for the race.
And get ready to party at the finish line... Did we mention it's on a Saturday this year!

Run Like Hell Logo

The Race

So much to see, you’ll forget you’re running.

Running in costume with hundreds of other charitable souls, is nothing like plodding away on the treadmill. This is 3.1 miles of people-watching delight. Join in on the most unique 5K of the year.

The gun goes off at 7:30. The start (and finish) line is at 3617 Woodburn Ave.

Fees & Fundraising

Register to Run or Start a Team

More Details: Packet Pick-Up, Awards & Results, Route

Packet Pickup

After you register, you can pick up your packets including your free t-shirt. The debut of the Run Like Hell Red Ale will be at the Cock & Bull packet pickup, where a portion of the proceeds will benefit the CF Foundation.

10/23 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Cock & Bull, Hyde Park Plaza

10/24 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Fleet Feet, Blue Ash

10/25 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Tin Roof, The Banks

10/26 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Event Site (3614 Woodburn Ave.)

Pre Party

There will be a pre party at the Tin Roof at The Banks, where a percentage of the proceeds will benefit the CF Foundation.

10/25 8:00pm - Close
Tin Roof, The Banks

Awards & Results

The top 5 men and top 5 women will receive a custom designed Run Like Hell finisher shirt compliments of Mizuno and Fleet Feet Sports!

Route

Down the hill and through the cemetery, to the after party we go.
Route Details

Map

The Party

Come in groups. Come solo.
Just don’t come as yourself.

Just beside the finish line, this costume race becomes a costume party. You’ll have free food and drinks, reasonably priced beer and live music. It’s like being a kid again – dressed up, walking from booth to booth and picking up treats.

Wear your best. There are costume contests to win.

More Details: Costume Contest & Schedule

Dressed to Impress

Schedule

After the race, you'll find the food and drinks you need to re-fuel, the live music to get you rocking and the adult beverages to take you long into the night.

7:30 - Race begins
7:30 - Party begins
11:00 - Party ends

Music by SexyTime Live Band Karaoke. The Party fills up the lot and adjacent lot beside the finish line. At the corner of Dana and Woodburn (Map).

New this year is a special handcrafted beer called Run Like Hell Red made exclusively for Run Like Hell's 22nd birthday. Look for the trailer at the post race party!

Costume Contest

The costume contest will be judged at 10pm on stage. You must be present to win! Our categories this year are: Best Overall, Scariest, Funniest, Most Creative and Favorite Three Olives Flavor. If you wish to enter into the Favorite Three Olives Flavor, go to the Three Olives booth! All other entries will be judged throughout the night by roving judges so make sure you attend the after party!

The Cause

Something worth running for.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

What is cystic fibrosis? It’s a life-threatening genetic disease that causes mucus to build up and clog some of the organs in the body, particularly the lungs and pancreas. There is no cure for CF. But that’s why you’re going to Run Like Hell. Because we’re going to find one!

Nolan Runkle
Meet Norah

A determined little girl who is unbelievably happy and full of energy. At 9 months this trouble-maker already tips over her dog Maggie’s water, chews on Barbie shoes, rips pages out of books and spits food at whoever is feeding her. One would never know she has cystic fibrosis.

More Details: Norah’s Story

Adding Tomorrows Every Day

Nearly 90 cents of every dollar of Foundation revenue goes to support vital CF research, medical and education programs. The Foundation’s unique approach to drug discovery has yielded a pipeline of more than 30 potential therapies in development for CF. Virtually every approved CF drug available today was made possible because of Foundation support.

In 1955, children born with CF often died before reaching elementary school. Today, the median predicted age of survival is in the late 30's and nearly half of the CF patient population is now age 18 or older.

Mark

Norah’s Story

For Norah, life is no different than it has ever been but living with cystic fibrosis (CF) is a challenge. Each morning and night, she receives chest percussion therapy for 24 minutes while listening to “Thomas the Train” to move her mucus and help clear her lungs. To help her gain weight vegetable oil is added regularly to her foods for extra fat grams and salt added to her bottles to ensure she gets all the sodium her body needs.

This year, you are running for Norah and all the others out there with CF. And Norah will be right there with you. She's already taking her first steps while holding someone’s hands so she can be ready for Run Like Hell!

A message from Norah's Mom and Dad.

“With no federal funding, the money raised to support CF patients and drug comes from the CF Foundation to us – what a force! Now we feel like we can help by being an advocate for Norah and raise awareness. We want everyone to know that we believe we can beat this. Each dollar raised truly means something to us. Researchers are so close -

Norah’s life can expect to be long and healthy if the right drugs get to the market in time. Every time she looks up and smiles at us, we pray that people understand how important their role is in her life.”
- Marlayna and Jason Cooney

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Get that group costume going. A pack of zombies are way cooler than one.
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Registration fees

The sooner you sign up to run, the less you have to pay.

Online registration closes 10/22 at midnight.
Unfortunately, registration fees are NOT tax deductible, however any additional donation amount is tax deductible.

Fundraising

It’s not mandatory, but very appreciated. We’re hoping each runner will raise $50 per person. And we’ll be offering plenty of incentives to help you Raise Like Hell! You can learn more here

How it works:

  1. Every registrant will receive a confirmation email assigning them a personal fundraising web page.
  2. Setup and personalize your fundraising web page.
  3. Invite your friends, family and coworkers to participate or donate.
  4. Email your web page to potential donors so they can make a secure online donation.
  5. Download the widget to your social networking site to direct people to your personal fundraising page.
  6. Watch your fundraising progress thermometer grow!

Please view our fundraising incentives for more exciting details.

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