Spend a morning in runner's paradise...
Run a 5K on COMPLETELY CLOSED Rural Roads!!!
USATF Certified Course NJ14522JHP
Tucked along the the banks of the Musconetcong River halfway between Allentown PA and New York City is the idylic rural town of Hampton Borough, New Jersey (pop. 1401). It's the kind of place that makes you want to whistle the theme from the Andy Griffith show -- and where the mayor and council thinks it's a great idea to completely close the country roads surrounding their little municipality for their town's annual 5K! Oh, and we're giving T-Bone steaks as prizes to the first place overall Man and Woman.
The 5K honors the life of the late Terry "T-Bone" Butler, a civic leader and educator. All proceeds benefit students at North Hunterdon/Vorhees School District and University of Rhode Island through The Terry Butler Memorial Scholarship Foundation
Free Race Shirt for first 100 entries received by September 14!
Distance 5K, Chip-Timed with real-time results by SpectaSport. T-Bone T-Shirts for first 100 entries.
October 1, 2017 - Packet Pickup & Late Registration @ 8:30 - Race Time 11:00 am (after the local churches let out, we told you this was small town runner's paradise)
$25 for advance online registration. $30 Race Day Registration (if spots still available!). Walk-up registration begins 8:30 on Sunday, get there early for the best parking spots.
Results Divisions: Overall Male, Overall Female plus age groups M/F 13 & under, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+ (Overall Male and Female win a T-Bone Steak and are excluded from their respective age groups). Runners must finish within 45 minutes to be eligible for age group awards
Road Conditions: Roads completely closed to automobiles for at least 30 minutes.