February 10, 2019 

9:00am

Sedgwick County Park

Wichita, KS

 

The 4th annual Sweetheart Run is a great chance to get out and run with your loved ones! Individuals and two-person teams will compete for age group and team awards in the 5K and individual age group and overall awards in the 10K. In addition to the awards for the fastest teams and individuals everyone will receive a great finishers medal and long sleeve shirt! Kids ages 8 and under can participate in the kids fun run and will receive a kids medal!

 

PACKET PICKUP:

Saturday, February 9th from 2:30pm - 5:30pm - First Gear Running Company (111 N Mosley, Wichita, KS) 

Sunday, February 10th from 7:30am-8:45am - Sedgwick County Park

RACE DAY SCHEDULE:

Kids Fun Run: 8:45am

5K and 10K start: 9:00am 

Sunflower Shelter in Sedgwick County Park (6501 W 21st St N, Wichita, KS 67205)

REGISTRATION FEES: Register online or click here to download an offline registration form to mail in. Registration fees are non-refundable for any reason. If the race is called off due to weather no refunds will be issued.

 

5K Run/Walk:

Individuals

Team of 2

10K:

Kids Fun Run:

Through 12/16

 

$28

$48

$34

$10

12/17/18 - 1/13/19

 

$32

$58

$38

$10

1/14/19 - 2/8/19

 

$36

$68

$42

$12

PPU & Race Day

 

$40

$75

$46

$15

Virtual 5K and 10K- $40

If the race date or location does not work for you, join us virtually! Run the race whenever/wherever is best for you and your hat, bib, and finisher's medal will be mailed by the Monday following the actual event.

AWARDS

Top 5 two person teams in each category (male, female and coed) in the 5K

 

Age group awards for both the 5K and 10K awarded to males and females in first, second and third in the following age groups: under 10, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49. 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+. Results will be posted after the event.

 

Charity partner: Spay-Neuter Kansas

Spay-Neuter Kansas, Inc. is a non-profit organization that is the result of a grassroots commitment to reduce the number of senseless deaths associated with pet overpopulation. Learn more at www.spayneuterkansas.com