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Nash Community College will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, January 21, 2019.
Nash Community College invites runners, walkers, volunteers, and sponsors to the Fifth Annual Run for Knowledge Saturday, April 27, 2019. This 5K run supports student learning and celebrates our community.
The race begins and ends at the Continuing Education Building and Public Services Building located on Eastern Avenue. Runners will take off for the trees in a race that features a combination of road and trail.
Run for Knowledge proceeds benefit the Nash Community College Foundation.
For information about sponsorship, contact: (252) 451-8440.
For information about the race contact the race director at email@example.com.
Q: Will there be a limit to the number of runners?
A: Yes, 250 runners/walkers will be allowed to participate in the Run for Knowledge.
Q: Is this event chip timed?
A: Yes, our friends with Run the East will provide chip timing.
Q: Can I walk this event?
A: Yes, walkers and runners of all abilities are welcome to participate in Run for Knowledge.
Q: Can I bring my dog, stroller, skateboard, bike, or 4-wheeler to this event?
A: No, due to the nature of this course, the above mentioned items will not be allowed.
Q: What is this course like?
A: This course is a combination of paved roads and trail. The trail is narrow at times with rolling hills. The trail gracefully winds through the wooded areas that border Nash’s main campus.
Q: Where do I pick up my race packet?
A: Race packets can be picked up in the Continuing Education and Public Services Building.
Q: Can I register the morning of the race?
A; Yes, race day registrations will be permitted as long as the event is not sold out. We cannot guarantee your t-shirt size will be available. Early registration is strongly encouraged for this event.
Q: Where do I park?
A: Primary parking is available near the starting line. Additional parking will be conveniently located in nearby parking lots on the Nash Community College campus.
Q: What happens if there is inclement weather?
A: Come rain or shine we will still run. However, if there are any weather conditions that would make it unsafe for the runners and volunteers, the race will be delayed. Bear in mind that parts of the course may be muddy or slick which will make it more challenging (Please adjust your technique and gear as needed).
Immediately following the 5K, individual medals will be awarded in Nash Community College’s Run for Knowledge.
These medals feature our unique race logo and are custom machined on campus by NCC Machining Students.
The course record is up for grabs in this new race. With a maximum of 250 runners, your odds are high of winning a medal!
Awards will be given in the following categories for both men and women:
Overall Top 3 Male and Top 3 Female Finishers
Top 3 Male and Top 3 Females in each Age Group: