14th Annual Susquehanna Warrior Trail 5K Race/Fun Walk 2021
Formerly a railroad bed, this once forgotten piece of nature is being brought back to life.
Start Format: 10:15 a.m. 5K runners will be self seeded and begin from the START/FINISH ARCH. Over All awards will be based off of Gun Time. We ask only the ELITE RUNNERS going for the win, to toe off first at the start line. To allow for social distancing, all age group awards will be based off chip time. There is no need to stand crowded at the start line. Runners can maintain social distancing while waiting in our start area and start in a time trail format. If you are not comfortable with this start format, late starts will be allowed until 10:30 a.m.
We ask that all runners wear a face mask during packet pickup / checkin, and that you practice social distancing at all times during the event. Runners do not need to wear masks while racing.
RACE DAY REGISTRATION: TBD
COURSE: Wheel measured, out and back, flat and fast on the Susquehanna Warrior Trail.
ENTRY FEE: $20.00 by March 23th , 2021. $25.00 thereafter.
SOUVENIR SWT T-SHIRTS: Awarded to first 200 registrants.
AWARDS: Trophy to top male and female runner. Specially designed medals to the first three finishers in each runner’s age group.
RUNNERS’ AGE GROUP AWARDS / MALE & FEMALE: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and over.
Electronic Results by Second Wind Race Timing. View your results instantly on their streaming Large Screen Television, and print your results using their results kiosk.
ABOUT THE TRAIL: Formerly a railroad bed, this once forgotten piece of nature is being brought back to life. The completed portion of the Susquehanna Warrior Trail consists of 11-miles of the old Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad. The trail passes through some of the most scenic portions of the
Susquehanna River corridor where one can walk, bike, or run. Residents and guests of the Wyoming Valley can enjoy the handicap accessible trail year round. By ultimately linking with
two other local trails and 13 public parks, the SWT will create connections from one green space to another.