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ANNUAL HART BRIDGE PRACTICE – BEFORE THE GATE RIVER RUN

ALL ARE WELCOME!

In partnership with Marathon High, PRS Running Club is giving you the chance to practice the most feared portion of the Gate River Run, the Hart Bridge.

Sunday – February 25th – 9:00 – 11:00am

JSO will close down one lane of the bridge and be on site to ensure everyone’s safety.

There will be a water/Gatorade station at the top of the bridge and porta potty’s at the start.

Parking will be at Episcopal High School and then run/walk under bridge to the ‘Start’ of the bridge run which is on the ramp up the Green Monster.

We ask for a donation and are suggesting $10.00 however, no one will be turned away. Donate Here.

100% of proceeds will go to Marathon High and Runwell.

If you have additional questions please contact PRS at: Board@prsrunningclub.com

Follow the Event on Facebook Here.

MORE ABOUT MARATHON HIGH:
Founded in February 2011, Marathon High is a regional nonprofit program that challenges at-risk teens to train for a 13.1 mile half-marathon in order to develop positive futures. By training week after week for four months, this after-school program allows high school students to develop athletic skills, social skills, self-respect, self-esteem, courage, strength, confidence, healthy lifestyles and a positive direction.

Marathon High is a free program that is proudly partnered with the Galloway Training Program and 1st Place Sports, and we serve teens of all backgrounds and abilities in grades 9-12. The program is also non-competitive — meaning speed does not matter — so we reach teens who have never considered themselves an athlete and are not currently involved in athletics. Marathon High helps students overcome difficulties and obstacles in their lives and allows them to realize that anything is possible if they work hard and are committed.

 

 

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