• Plainville,
    United States
  • April
  • 13.1 miles/Half Marathon
  • Road Race
  • Event Website

Cody Lee

Evansville, Indiana, United States
1 7
"Small Town Run, Big Time Charity"
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Cody Lee's thoughts:

This was by far the smallest race I have ever participated in. It was also the coldest race I have ever been a part of. There was probably a total of 25 runners that showed up and I do believe part of that was because it was so cold that morning! It was so small, that an average runner like myself placed 3rd place overall. If you enjoy pretty country scenery and the hills of Indiana farm land then this was a very relaxing race... in normal weather. The race itself had water stations every 2-2.5 miles which was held by volunteers. The "expo" was really a packet pick up where you got a highlighter yellow shirt, which is awesome for future training runs, and a little bag of coupons. Parking was easy because it started/finished at a local park that had a church parking lot. All in all, there wasn't really anything too exciting about this race. The best part about this race and the reason I would recommend it to anyone is because of the foundation that hosts the event. The Travis Burkhart foundation is an incredible local organization that hosts several events in the local community annually. They not only host the events, but they are also great about giving back to the local community and families in need. Sometimes the reason for the run is bigger than the course itself.

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