2014 WellSpan Sports Medicine Running Series
Exercising, eating right and taking good care
of yourself are all part of living a healthy life. And at WellSpan,
we like to encourage that. In fact, we offer lots of community
events, health screenings and physical activity programs all
designed to make staying healthy a routine matter.
The WellSpan Sports Medicine Running Series is a great
opportunity for new and experienced runners to exercise while
supporting several local non-profit organizations. The Series
includes the following races: Double Creek Half Marathon and 5K,
Habitat for Humanity 5K, East Berlin 5K, Rail Trail 10 Miler,
Quarterback Club 5K, David Tome Memorial 5K and the White Rose 5 Miler.
Every race has its own designated
beneficiary. All participants in both the adult and youth category
who complete seven of the eight races will receive a participation
award. There will also be awards for the top male and female
finishers in 13 age groups for the feature races if the
qualifications for prizes are met.
So make staying healthy part of your routine.
Start training now for the WellSpan Sports Medicine Running Series. And join
WellSpan in making our communities happier and healthier.
Number goes on front (never on your
Guys who need to race without shirt, need
a number on front, not on your hip.
Do not fiddle with your tearaway until
you cross the finish line.
Runners who have finished, do not go back
and run towards the finish line again. Do not get to within 50
yards of the finish line. You can encourage your friends,
without making the timers job harder.
Stay in single file line through the
chute, no passing, no going out.
Sports Medicine Running Series Program
- June 14, 2014
Habitat for Humanity 5K - June 28, 2014
East Berlin 5K - July 19, 2014
Rail Trail 10 Miler - August 23, 2014
Quarterback Club 5K - September 1, 2014
White Rose 5 Miler
- September 27, 2014
David Tome Memorial 5K - October 11, 2014
Sports Medicine Running Series Rules
All individuals will participate in the age group throughout the
series based on their age on 6/14/14.
All participants that complete 6 of the
7* of the feature races will
receive a participation award.
Points will be awarded in each age group, male and female, for
each race based on the table below. The participant with the most
points in each age group, male and female, at the end of the eight
races will be the age group winner. The second and third place
finishers in each age group will also receive awards. In the event
of a tie, the two runners will be scored on a head-to-head basis.
1st place = 20
2nd place = 19
3rd place = 18
4th place = 17
5th place = 16
6th place = 15
7th place = 14
8th place = 13
9th place = 12
10th place = 11
11th place = 10
12th place = 9
13th place = 8
14th place = 7
15th place = 6
16th place = 5
17th place = 4
18th place = 3
19th place = 2
20th place = 1 point
The age groups, male and female, for the
feature races are as follows:
14 and under
70 and over
To qualify for an age group award, the
runner must have competed in a minimum of five races.
Participants must register for each race
separately. Links to registration forms for each race and the
race brochures are available on this website.
Any errors in scoring should be reported
to Dave Dill via email at
*Participants can complete either the
half marathon or 5K at Doublecreek