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Calendar of 5K Races in North Dakota

The 5K distance is the perfect introductory distance for novice runners, as well as a challenging test of endurance and speed for competitive runners. Casual runners who want to take their training to the next level can benefit greatly from a 5K race. The best part of a 5K race is that they are accessible to all fitness types, ages and levels.

Here you will find a listing of the 5K races registered with JogRunRace for North Dakota.

Upcoming 5K races in North Dakota

Sat, Nov 1Sandy's Donuts Donut Run 2014West Fargo, ND
Sun, Nov 9Annual World Run Day - North Dakota ResidentsAll Residents Of North Dakota, ND
Sat, Aug 22GO FAR WOMAN 5K, 10K & HALF MARATHONFargo, ND
Tue, Sep 15Center of the Nation Series Day 2 - NDBowman, ND
Sat, Sep 192015 Kroll's Diner Bismarck MarathonBismarck, ND

Recent 5K races in North Dakota

Thu, Oct 30Full Moon 5K 2014Fargo, ND
Sat, Oct 4UND Alpha Phi 5KGrand Forks, ND
Sat, Oct 43rd Annual Beefin It Up Fuel for the FinishMandan, ND

New/Updated 5K races in North Dakota

Sun, Nov 9Annual World Run Day - North Dakota ResidentsAll Residents Of North Dakota, ND
Sat, Aug 22GO FAR WOMAN 5K, 10K & HALF MARATHONFargo, ND
Tue, Sep 15Center of the Nation Series Day 2 - NDBowman, ND
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