Saturday, June 11, 2016
10th Annual Sport 'n Fitness Expo
476 Holiday Drive, Rutland, Vermont - 10:00am - 3:30pm
Sunday, June 12, 2016
All Races - 8:00am
Disclaimer: Any and all events are subject to postponement or cancellation based on the number of participants and/or weather. All race day events monies are nonrefundable.
More information about the weekend:
The best 10K championship race in New England! Why? This year, with your support and the support of the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce, there are exciting Race Weekend events designed for the athletes and to attract spectators and visitors. The weekend “kicks off” on Saturday, June 11th, with the 10th Annual Crowley Brothers' Annual Sport and Fitness Expo (10-3:30 p.m.) to be held at the Holiday Inn in Rutland, Vermont. Sunday's main event of the 10K race also includes the Half Marathon, 10K relay, the 6th Annual 5K race, 5K Walk, Kid's Downtown Mile Fun Run and 5K Corporate Challenge Walk. Yes, this is a weekend full of events for runners, athletes and families....something for everyone!
The 19th Annual Kids’ Downtown Mile Run is also slated to be bigger than ever. This event has grown from 50 runners to 300+ in the past few years. Children from the Rutland County schools participate in this event along with young runners from Canada, and all other states in New England. This is a fun run for children with the main purpose of promoting healthy hearts and bodies through youth fitness. This event celebrates a week long “fitness for the heart” in the area schools.
Don’t miss any of the weekend events.
Support the fight against the #1 killer of men and women…Heart Disease…, and help educate our youth to be heart healthy and physically fit.
Get ready! The 40th running of the Crowley Brother's Memorial 10K Road Race, Half Marathon, 5K race, 5K walking events, and Kids' Mile Run will be held on Sunday, June 12, 2016 at 8 AM. These races are certified: Half Marathon (13.1 miles), 10 K (6.2 miles) and 5 K (3.1 miles) point to point championship courses from Proctor to Rutland, Vermont.
The reason all racers need to be thinking now about this June event is to make this an administrative and competitively friendly race; see registration forms for late fees.
The Crowley Road Race exists to promote cardiovascular fitness. We are dedicated to achieving our goals by educating the youth and adults of Rutland Countyand the State of Vermont through healthy lifestyles in providing the avenues to achieve youth and adult cardiovascular fitness.