Run the Four on the 4th in Roanoke, Virginia

US Flag and Marathon Runners in a race

Run the Four on the 4th is a 4-mile run and walk that occurs in Roanoke, Virginia. It is scheduled to take place on the 4th of July at 8 AM. Afterward, the proceeds from the event will benefit the Boys & Girls Club in South Western Virginia.

Get the Days Race Details

Participants will register and picked their day’s packets anytime from 6.30 AM and 7.30 AM at the Fargo Plaza downtown. The race will commence at 8 AM. The Mountain Junkies LLC will be responsible for checking and keeping track of the racing timings.

Those participating will take the Salem Avenue or Norfolk route over the 5th Street Bridge, and then they will proceed to Shenandoah going up to Jefferson to Patton and Gainesboro for a loop that goes round Lick Run Greenway. Norfolk will serve as the start and finishing point at the intersection of Norfolk and Market Street.

Gifts and Prizes

There is an award system whereby top three females and top three males will be awarded. This will be categorized in the master, grand master and age group awards for both men and females who will be participating. There will also be additional awards going to teams, which includes all male teams, all female teams, and the co-ed teams.

This free of charge event is one of the best ways to get your child exercising through either running or walking. The kids run will commence an hour later from the man race. This will also be half the distance out and back. More details on this kids race are yet to be revealed but it will come in due time before the race begins. Participating kids will be given a race bib or number with a medal for taking part in the race. This is an excellent way to involve children in a worthy cause. Make sure while also, in the area you check out Berglund Ford dealership just in case you get tired of running!


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