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All races will begin and end in beautiful Tribble Mill Park in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
Registration for each distance includes a 90 minute self-defense presentation on Friday evening before the race, created exclusively for female runners & walkers. Participants will learn best practices on how to stay safe and defend themselves during exercise.
The 13.1 race begins @ 7am at Ozora Meadows by Holly Pavilion
Route runs from Tribble Mill Park to Harbins Park along the Harris Greenway, and returns to Tribble Mill Park. The route is entirely paved, supported with hydration stations, and is well-marked. The cutoff is 5 hours to complete 13.1 miles.
The 10k & 5k races will begin at 8am at Ozora Meadows by the Holly Pavilion. 5k runners will complete a loop around Ozora Lake, and 10k runners will run an out and back on the greenway before completing their lake loop to return to the Start/Finish line. The cutoff for the 10k is 3 hours.
All races will end at the Finish Line Party at Ozora Meadows. Runners receive instant results via text and half marathon participants will receive a medal upon completion. Door prizes will be given randomly to registered runners at the finish line party, and will include several awesome self-defense items, and She Wolf Swag!
Can't make it to the race in person? Join us for the Virtual 13.1! With this option, runners and walkers will have the opportunity to complete 13.1 miles at their convenience and at a location closest to them. Participants have between September 1st - October 9th to complete their 13.1 mile effort. Once complete, send evidence to email@example.com. We will list you as a finisher of the 13.1 and you will receive your medal and swag! We would love to celebrate celebrate your accomplishment by sharing your photos on social media, so tag away! @SheWolfRaces
Cash awards will be given to top three female runners!
And $200 bonus to 1st place female if her race is completed under 85 minutes
We are runners, and we are females. We love our sport, and we feel passionate that every woman should have the opportunity to experience the joy and empowerment that comes from running. However, simply "going for a run" can be intimidating for many women, especially women who are just getting started. Additionally, safety has become a serious issue for women. We believe the best way to combat this is to FIGHT BACK. Our team started She Wolf Races to help equip females to be able to protect themselves to run safely outdoors, and to connect them to other females who want to do the same. All of our races will coincide with a self-defense course designed specifically for women, and our swag & giveaways will feature safety gear designed to be used on the run. We will offer group training runs on the race routes we create to help new women develop confidence for race day and build new friendships with other fierce females! We also believe a good community gives back. She Wolf Races will benefit the launch of Help Her, an organization that will support women in crisis situations. Every woman's running journey begins with a single step, but sometimes, we need help just getting on our feet. RUN FIERCE!
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