2018 results available online at iResultsLive.com.
This year’s race takes place Saturday, March 31, 2018. Online registration is now open. Register by March 16, 2018 for $25. On March 17th, registration increases to $30. Click >here< to register online. All online registrations receive a free t-shirt!
This year for the first time, we are excited to partner with two area charities who provide great services to our communities: Channel 3 Kids Camp, and Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation. These groups, along with our Windsor Locks Lions Charities, Inc., will each receive a portion of the proceeds of the race. We are also collecting designated donations for each organization on our registration site.
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This 5K and 10K race event begins and ends at Windsor Locks High School, 58 S. Elm Street in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. [map] Participants will follow a gently rolling course through the residential neighborhoods of town. First starting gun is at 10:00 a.m.
Walkers are welcome on the 5K course.
Registered runners and walkers will receive information by email about race packet pickup options the night before and the morning of the race. Onsite registration will be available at the pre-race packet pickup event on Friday evening as well as the morning of the race starting at 8:30 a.m.
Prizes awarded to women and men in multiple age classes, including youth and new this year: 80+.
This race — formerly known as the Bradley International Road Race — is operated by the Windsor Locks Lions Club every year on the last Saturday in March. In 2018, the proceeds will benefit Channel 3 Kids Camp, Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, and Windsor Locks Lions Charities, Inc., a charitable foundation supporting people in need in our local communities.
The Windsor Locks Lions Club is a member of The International Association of Lions Clubs — or Lions Clubs International — the largest worldwide secular service organization, with 1.4 million men and women serving their local communities. The Lions of Windsor Locks have served the town since 1942, and the club has provided ambulance services to the town since 1944. Among many other services, we provide eyeglasses to folks in need, food baskets for families at the holidays, residential handicap access ramps for residents with temporary and permanent needs, and vision screening clinics in the local schools. The club meets every first and third Thursday at the Skyline Restaurant on Ella Grasso Turnpike. Dinner is at 6:30 and all are welcome to attend.