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The West Texas Running Club hosts the 32nd annual Red Raider Road Race

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There’s still time to register for the Red Raider Road Race being held this Saturday, October 12th. Usually held on the Tech campus, this year’s race will be held at Mackenzie Park due to the early game start time. This event features a 5k and 10k with both races starting at 7:30am.
The cost for this race is $20 for running club members and students 10-12 and $30 for non-members if registered before online registration expires at 6pm on Thursday, October 9th. Late registration will be available for $35 at packet pickup on Friday, October 11th. There will be no race day registration. Registration includes a long-sleeved Brooks technical shirt. The age minimums are 10-years-old for the 5k and 13-years-old for the 10k.
Packet pickup will be on Friday, October 11th from 9am to 6pm at Planet Fitness on 50th and Indiana or at the race prior to 7am.
The starting line for both races will be on Canyon Lakes Drive, north of Broadway (near Santa Land). Parking will be available at Joyland Amusement Park. Please do not park on any park roads.
The change of venue will insert a few hills into a usually flat course. With cooler temperatures, it’s the perfect time to mix it up with a challenging course.

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