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Kines 5K to be Held on Sunday

Penn State’s Kinesiology Club is hosting their 13th annual 5K (3.1 mile) Challenge at 10:00 a.m. this Sunday, March 17 starting in front of the Business Building Lawn. The exact location is still uncertain due to some construction.

Registration is $15 and you can turn in your form and money on race day from 8:30-9:30 a.m. or to the Kines Department in 270 Rec Hall. The first 150 people who register are eligible for a free T-shirt.

Parking is available at the Shields Building, Beaver Stadium and BJC parking lots.

Be sure to show up at least an hour early to get your race number, stretch, and go for a warm up jog.

Top runners in the 17 & under, 18-25, 26-39, 40-54, 55 & beyond will be given awards and raffle tickets are available.

This race also offers the opportunity to run as a team. Teams must be co-ed and consist of one faculty member and two students. The three fastest teams will win a prize.

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