Morristown 10th Annual Turkey Trot 2016

Dated: 11/23/2016

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Want to get out of the house and get some exercise this Thanksgiving morning?  Join the thousands of runners, walkers and kids this holiday morning for the 10th Annual Morristown Turkey Trot!


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Schedule:

   7:00 am - Packet pickup & new registraton

  8:30 am - 5K Run

  8:40 am - 1M Fun Walk/Run begins

  9:15 am - Kids' Trot (12 yrs. & under)

  9:30 am - Awards Ceremony


Parking:

Be sure to arrive early to provide ample time to find a parking spot. Carpooling with friends and family members is encouraged. Click here to see the parking map. Early parking is available at Ginty Pool and municipal lots. Additional parking is available at Woodland School.


Courses: 

5K: Improved 5K course with runner friendly start, USATF certified, fast loop on scenic residential streets, water stop, mile clocks, 500 USATF-NJ Grand prix points.

 

5K Start: Please listen for announcements, look for pace signs, and only approach the start area when your pace group is called.

 

1 Mile: Easy and flat, out and back on part of the 5K course. The 1 Mile is a Fun Walk/Run open to participants of all ages and abiliities.

 

Kids' Trot: for children 12 and younger. Watch as they sprint across the grass at Ginty Field.   

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