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John Flanagan 10K

In honor of John Flanagan, Run Hard is renaming the 2017 Run Hard 10K to the John Flanagan 10K. John, known by F3 Nation as Cheech, was an avid runner. He was a veteran of many local races and had completed the Kiawah Half Marathon last December. John was registered to run the next Disney Full Marathon. He and his wife, Rebekah, shared a love of running.
John loved his Gamecocks, his Steelers, his grill, his church (Saxe Gotha PC), and most importantly, his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Those that knew John best would tell you he was passionate about his family-Rebekah and their children, Jack and Rylee. They were known as the Flanagan Four.
On the morning of June 21, 2017, John was fatally struck by a car in Lexington. He was doing something he loved to do: running with his F3 brothers. John was 38 years old.
Help us celebrate his life by doing what we he would be doing on race day: Run. Encourage. Leave No Doubt.

Donations

A portion of the proceeds from the John Flanagan 10K will be donated to the Future Scholars of SC, to benefit Jack and Rylee's college fund.
If you would like to make an additional donation to the fund:

  1. Make checks payable to Future Scholars of SC
  2. Mail to:
    Saxe Gotha Presbyterian Church
    Attn: Andrea Summers
    5503 Sunset Blvd
    Lexington, SC 29072

For SC residents, this is a tax deductible donation. Please keep a copy of the check(s) for tax purposes.

Important Details

Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Start Time: 7:30 am
Cost: $20 through April 30 **PROMO PRICING**
$25 – May 1 - August 31
$30 – September 1 - October 31
$35 – November 1 - November 8
$40 - November 10 (@ Expo)
Location: Lexington County Baseball Stadium located at 474 Ballpark Road, Lexington SC 29072
Timing: The race will be officially timed using a chip-based timing system
Award Time: 9:00 am - Near finish line
Award Categories: Overall Winners (3-Deep) Male & Female
Masters (3-Deep) Male & Female

Double Dip

If you completed the Marathon, Half Marathon or 5K at the Run Hard Columbia Marathon Weekend on March 4, 2017, you can choose to Double Dip for an extra $25. Runners who Double Dip will receive an additional shirt and an additional Double Dip medal, signifying that they participating in both 2017 Run Hard events. If you would like to Double Dip, choose the Double Dip option during registration. Runners must register by September 24 to Double Dip.

Packet Pick-up

All participants must pick up their race packet on Friday, November 10, between 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm at the Health & Fitness Expo at Radius Church at 300 West Main Street in Lexington, SC or on Saturday from 5:30 am - 7:00 am. There will be no race day registration.

Age Group Awards

(3-Deep) Male & Female
10 & Under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 & Over.

Shirts

Registration includes a high quality gender-specific shirt.
*Registration must be received on or before October 24, 2017 in order to guarantee a shirt and proper sizing.

Drop Bags

Since parking is on-site, there will be no bag drop service.

Confirm Registration

Want to make sure you are registered? Fill out the form below to confirm.

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

Corporate and Individual sponsorships are available for the Run Hard Lexington Half Marathon, 10K and 5K. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Stacy Kirkland.


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