This is the Grand Finale of the Track Shack Running Series. The 41st annual event is a local tradition. Take a break from your average 5k with a 10k, 2 mile, Distance Dare and kids’ run the whole family can participate. Run or walk through beautiful, neighborhood friendly Winter Park. This event sold out last year! Don't delay, register today!
Our title sponsor, Zimmerman Kiser Sutcliffe is celebrating over 30 years of service in Central Florida. ZKS values a commitment to personal health and supports all those that step out to achieve their wellness goals!
• Chip timed races
• Gender Specific Tech tee
• Pint Glass
• Finisher's Medal to 10k participants
• Access to Florida Hospital Experts
• Sports Towel from Jewett Orthopaedic
• Participants over 21 receive a New Belgium Fat Tire and Whizbang Hoppy Blonde
• Free Florida Hospital for Children Kids' Run
• Distance Dare - Do both races and receive an additional medal!
Date, Time & Location
Saturday, March 24, 2018
7:00 am: 2 Mile
7:30 am: 10k (6.2 mi.)
8:15 am: 2 Mile Awards
9:00 am: 10k Awards
9:30 am: Florida Hospital for Children Kids' Run
10:00 am: Track Shack Running Series Awards Ceremony
10k Capacity: 3,600 $40 - Through March 10 $45 - March 11- March 23 $50 - Race day at the race site- (if space available)
$45 - Virtual
2 Mile Capacity: 1,250 $28 - Through March 10 $33 - March 11- March 23 $35 - Race day at the race site- (if space available)
Distance Dare Capacity: 850 $63 - Through March 10 $73 - March 11- March 23 $83 - Race day at the race site- (if space available)
$68 - Virtual
$10 - VIP on Park Benefiting Best Buddies
Friends & Family Pricing Through March 23. Receive 15% off when you register 3 or more participants Use code: friendsandfamily Valid on online registrations only. Must register all participants under one transaction. Not valid on virtual. 17 & under / 65 & over through March 23: $10 OFF
Walker Friendly Events
Keeping Central Florida Fit is our mission. Walkers are encouraged to participate in all Track Shack races. Municipalities require that road ways are clear of participants and opened as soon as the race is complete. That is why a maximum pace of 16 minutes per mile is set. If the pace isn't maintained, race officials will ask you to move to the sidewalk to re-open the roadways.