Georgia Runner Incorporated is the most complete source for running events for the state of Georgia and the southeast. Need to raise money for a worthy cause? We can help! If you need assistance with your event, from complete event management, to finish line timing and results, to attractive awards for your overall and age group winners, we have you covered! We even help publicize your race through our online Magazine and Race Calendar.
Not only does our Calendar list all Run and See Georgia Grand Prix Series races, but all running events around the state that send us information. It provides links to the race information, links to their web sites and race flyers, and links to online registration.
In addition, if you participate in the Grand Prix races, you can check your points in real time, as well as current age group standings.
And our Results page has links to complete race results (not just age-group winners) sent in by race directors from around the state, as well as complete results from events timed by Georgia Runner Event Timing.
DUNWOODY, GEORGIA. May 15, 2017. Angels Among Us Pet Rescue (AAUPR), Peachtree Corners Animal Clinic and Mercedes-Benz USA present The Fast and the Furriest 5K and Festival. The event, which will be held on Sunday, June 4th, 2017 at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody, GA, will raise funds to help AAUPR rescue homeless pets from high-kill shelters throughout the state that are at risk of being euthanized.
AAUPR Executive Director Ellen Stanley commented, “We are looking forward to combining forces with our friends at Peachtree Corners Animal Clinic and Mercedes-Benz USA to produce an exciting community event that benefits AAUPR’s lifesaving mission.”
Peachtree Corners Animal Hospital’s Dr. Hannis Mize states, “Our animal hospitals have had the pleasure of working with Angels Among Us for more than five years. I am very proud to sponsor this event and be associated with such an incredible organization.”
Other notable sponsors include KIND Snacks, Webb Bridge Animal Hospital and Kroger.
Individuals interested in registering for the race can do so by logging on to www.angelsrescue.org/5K. Registration will include entry to the run or walk, a limited-edition event t-shirt, a goody bag for both individuals and dogs, and post-race snacks. A total of three awards will be issued for male and female top finishers in the overall, masters, and nine respective age groups. All ages are welcome to register, and the race has been approved as a Peachtree qualifier. Healthy, well-socialized and trained dogs are welcome to participate in the race with their handlers.
Additionally, our festival is open to the public from 9am-1pm; you can meet media darling, Fenix, or even have your dog run the Lure Chase! There will be family-friendly fun for everyone.
Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in North Georgia. AAUPR has rescued over 12,500 lives since its 2009 inception.
Kennesaw, Ga.—The Georgia State Games is excited to make this season their biggest yet with additions to their list of championships, and a continuance of the celebration of an Olympic atmosphere throughout the state of Georgia.
Celebrating its 27 th anniversary, the Georgia Games, also known as the “People’s Games”, will be offering soccer for the first time in 15 years. Registration for the Recreational youth players tournament ends May 22. On June 3 rd and 4 th in primarily Cobb County, the top four teams will advance to the semi-finals and strive to be the medal winners (gold, silver and bronze).
“After its hiatus, we are excited to have brought back the game of soccer,” Georgia Games Executive Director Eric Pfeifer said. “We have a full plate of diverse individual sports as well as team sports to represent for this summer.”
The 2017 Georgia Games’ season began in the last weekend of April with wrestling to officially put the Olympic-style sports festival in full gear. Over 700 participants came out to compete and cheer on the wrestlers who participated in any of the three styles: Folkstyle, Greco and Freestyle.
All of Georgia’s residents are eligible to register and compete in this open invitation, grassroots-style, state sports festival. The gold, silver and bronze medalists teams per age group per gender all qualify to advance to the National State Games of America (SGA) being held this year in Grand Rapids, Michigan the first week in August.
For more information on the sporting events and the dates they’re taking place on, visit the Georgia Games web site at www.georgiagames.org , or if you have any questions regarding the other state championships, please contact the Georgia Games via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Georgia Games at 770-528- 3580.
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