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Saturday, April 5, 2014

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17th Annual Ford Island Bridge Run 10k

Race starts at 0700 at the beginning of the Ford Island Bridge, crosses the bridge and goes around Ford Island, then back over the bridge and ends on Richardson Field.  This race is open to the general public.

Event schedule and times

Registration Info

The race will start at 0700 on Saturday, 5 April 2014.  Active Duty/Active Duty Dependents/DoD Civilians/Retirees/Reservist entry fee will be $20, $25 for non-military affiliated civilians until 21 March 2014. The late fee will be a flat rate of $30 for all participants starting on 22 March HST. Late entries will be accepted online until 25 March at 2359 HST, and late walk-in entries will be accepted at Runner's HI until 3 April at closing, or at the MWR Athletics Office until 4 April 2014 at 1400. Mail-in entries will not be accepted if post-marked after 31 March 2014. Race day entries will be $50 for all participants and only accepted until 0645 on 5 April 2014.  NO PETS ARE ALLOWED AT THE EVENT OR ON THE RACE COURSE.

Eligibility

Runners, walkers and strollers (strollers will line up at the back of the pack).

NO PETS ALLOWED ON THE RACE COURSE.

T-Shirts

Participants who register before 21 March 2014 will be guaranteed a t-shirt. T-shirts for late entries will be based on availability.  T-shirts only available in adult sizes (S, M, L, XL). 

Packet Pickup

Saturday, 29 March 2014, from 0800-1600 HST at Richardson Pool Building 1, located across from Rainbow Bay Marina. All pre-registered entrants will receive a pre-race postcard. No packets will be issued without an ID or race postcard. Your race packet will include a race number and t-shirt. Any registrations received after 21 March are not guaranteed to be at the packet pickup. 

Parking

Parking is FREE and located at the Rainbow Bay Marina with additional parking available at Aloha Stadium's overflow parking lot (across from Richardson Field).

Prizes/Awards

Prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers for each age category along with the top three overall male and female military and non-military finishers.

Online Registration Closes

Tuesday, 25 March 2014 at 2359 HST

Saturday, April 5, 2014 in Pearl Harbor, HI

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