The Sunflower Striders Running Club Timing Fees:
Non Member - $1.00 per entrant
Member - $0.50 per entrant
Includes timing only, timing and scoring, or scoring only. The fee will be for the total number of participants registered at the time the race is to begin.
Pre-registered entrant data will need to be forwarded to Norma Weiser at least three days before the event for races to be timed and/or scored. Please contact Norma at 640-3102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning in 2012, the Sunflower Striders recommend race directors volunteer at one or more local race(s) prior to your event each year. Doing so will help race directors further understand the importance of providing complete and accurate entrant data both before and on the day of the race as well as the functions of timing, finish line operation, and compiling results for an event on race day. Volunteers may include one or more individuals associated with an event in place of the race director/organizer. With over 30 local events on the calendar each year, there are ample opportunities to help other races be successful. Volunteering at the club’s Topeka to Auburn ½ marathon in January, which is the first race of the year, is also an option for fulfilling this request.
Race directors are encouraged to provide detailed information regarding their events to email@example.com to have their race posted on the Sunflower Striders’ race calendar.
The last of the 39.3 half marathon series features a rural course.
Single-track loop course on rocky, root-bound, hilly trails on west side of Lake Perry.
Saturday, May 9, Topeka, KS
4000 women and girls cross the finish line of this KC Express sponsored event.
Both events finish on the track at Kansas Speedway, where a post-race celebration will be held.
1.5 mile run/walk; 3.1 mile run/walk/bike No entry fee, $20 donation for commemorative shirt
The half marathon is a point-to-point race, with the start just off I-70 heading north along the Bill Snyder Highway. Upon reaching Manhattan, running run down historic Poyntz Avenue, pass city park, through Aggieville and the KSU campus to the finish near the Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
This Kansas City Memorial Day tradition is sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Kansas City.
4th annual event held one week prior to Germanfest.
This event brings awareness and provides funds to combat Cholangiocarcinoma, which is a cancer of the bile ducts.
Saturday, June 13, Osage City, KS
An event to honor ultra-walker Kirby McRill who once walked from Topeka to Chicago in 7 1/2 days.
Competition for all ages, as gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded in age divisions from 10 & under to 80 and over. The race will take place on the Heartland Park Topeka drag-strip and road course and will follow the annual lighting of the cauldron kicking off the Games.
This race will once again be held on the challenging, but beautiful Iliff Commons course. Register early to receive a t-shirt.
Saturday, September 19, Kansas City, KS