***2019 GRAND PRIX AWARDS CEREMONY ANNOUNCEMENT! The awards ceremony will be this Wednesday at the New Year’s At Noon 5K, Sandy Creek Park in Athens (like usual) but the start time for the awards ceremony will be 1130am. Please plan on arriving a little early and cheer on our winners!***
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.
Liz Warner has combined her passions of change-making and adventure and launched Run to Reach, an 18-month marathon charity campaign with the goal of running 30 marathons in 30 different countries before she turns 30 in June of 2020.
As she edges closer to the end of her global challenge, last month marked the running of the 2019 Marathon of Afghanistan, held in Bamyan province. Alongside competing in these exotic and challenging marathons, Liz engages with local NGOs, working to empower women in each of the nations she visits.
In Afghanistan, she supported Free to Run, an organisation who promote success among women in conflict zones while inspiring change and leadership at a community and national level. Liz crossed the line with the Free to Run Afghan women runners saying it “has been one of the most rewarding and humbling experiences of my journey thus far”.
Click the links below to find out more about Liz and Run to Reach, as well as the Marathon of Afghanistan.
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