Half Marathon (6am walker start) / 5K / Kids Run
The second oldest Half Marathon in Arizona, and the ONLY one that directly impacts the lives of local youth in the high country! The Dave McKay Memorial Half Marathon/5K Fun Run is an adventure with the monsoon madness and spectacular views. It is considered one of the most scenic and challenging half marathons in the Southwest and all proceeds benefit children by helping Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff match them with appropriate adult mentors. Enjoy meeting runners at the FREE pasta dinner the Friday before the race. We are a proud member race of the Run Flagstaff Summer Series! Please take advantage of the special early packet pick up/registration held at Run Flagstaff, also at the pasta dinner, and again on race day, but prices go up race day.
10k / 5k / 1 mile Kid’s Fun Run
The Louis Tewanima Association is a non-profit grass roots organization who, since 1974, has sponsored the annual Louis Tewanima Memorial Footrace held each year on the Hopi reservation. This race is held in honor of , the first and only Hopi Olympian to represent the United States in the 1908 and 1912 Olympic Games. He won a Silver medal and set an American record for the 10,000-meter race in the 1912 Games that stood until broken by Billy Mills in 1964. We continue to commemorate his desire to promote the physical, health and well-being of Native American peoples.
Join us for a fun and challenging footrace on the Hopi Reservation. The 10K and 5K races will test your endurance and stimulate your mind and spirit. You will run on flat, level trails as well as steep mesa trails with beautiful panoramic views, being cheered on by spectators as they watch from the top of the mesa. Experience the thrill of completing one of the toughest races in Arizona.
10k / 5k / 2 mile fun run-walk
Enjoy your Labor day with a run or walk in Williams Arizona. The Williams Lions Club presents their annual 10k, 5k, and 2 mile run-walk. Sign-up today and enjoy your holiday.
29k / 10k / 29K 3 – Person Relay
Honor the legendary Navajo Code Talkers with a run on the final day of the Navajo Nation Fair. Distances are 29K (in honor of the original 29 Code Talkers) or 10K. This year’s event is set for Sunday, September 10, beginning and ending at the Window Rock Veteran’s Park. The course is part pavement and part trail. Registration includes performance t-shirt, course support, age-group awards, post-race food, finisher’s medals and professional timing.
All the best system-trail descents in Flagstaff! Two days, six stages! Net proceeds to benefit the Flagstaff Family Food Center and the Fort Tuthill Bike Park. More details to come soon…stay tuned!