Doc Rock and Run Half Marathon and 5k
April 13th, 2019
Great Things to Expect at the Doc Rock and Run Half Marathon:
- Cash Prize Purse to the Top 5 Male and Female Half Marathon Finishers
- Hoodies for All Half Marathon Participants
- Finisher Medals to All Half Marathon Finishers
- Great Post Race Party
The Doc Rock 'N Run is hosted by the physicians of St. Bernards Medical Group. The Race benefits the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Bernards, the only Level III NICU in northeast Arkansas caring for premature infants as young as 28 weeks. Come make a big difference in a little life by running in the 1/2 marathon or 5K race on Saturday, and encourage your child to participate in the 1/2 marathon challenge with the 1 mile race on Sunday.
For all race related questions please contact Doc Rock & Run Chair Emily McGee, email@example.com.
This year, we will be offering training programs for both the 5K and Half Marathon. Please click on the links below for more details.
PLEASE NOTE: Only entry level schedules are posted on the website. Individuals interested in an intermediate or an advanced schedule should be a registered training participant and can contact Mandy Northcutt for a schedule.
PLEASE CONSULT WITH A PHYSICIAN BEFORE BEGINNING THIS OR ANY OTHER FITNESS PROGRAM.
Kids Rock and Run One Mile Run & 13 Mile Challenge
Join us on April 14th at 2:00 pm for Kids Rock & Run! The run is a one mile run and the culmination of a 13 mile challenge, where kids will begin from outside the Green Entrance of First National Bank Arena.
To participate in the 13 mile challenge all you need to do is sign up and download the form, run 12 miles prior to the event and come to run your last mile at the Expo. Each child who turns in a completed 13 mile challenge form at registration prior to the run will receive a half marathon finisher’s medal when they cross the finish line Sunday April 14th.
Cost to participate is only $10 and each participant will receive a Kids Rock & Run T-shirt and participant medal. Scholarships available by contacting SBMG office.
To register for the race click here.
For more information about the 13.1 mile challenge, click here.