FEBRUARY

▪ Feb. 23, 2019—Support Blue Fresno 2-mile walk or 10K run, Woodward Park, Fresno
This event is a grassroots effort to broaden the support for the Fresno Police Department. This is the second event in the Winter Classic Medal Series. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ Feb. 23, 2019—Tour de Meow 5K Run or 1-mile Cat Walk, Bakersfield
This event benefits MEOWco.org and its neonate kitten nursery, adoption programs and many other-life saving programs. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ Feb. 23, 2019—End of the Trail Half-Marathon and 10K, Downtown Visalia
Flat, flat courses. Beast Mode Hat to the top 25 male/female finishers for the half and top 10 male/female in the 10K. Free End of the Trail Beanie Cap if you register before Jan. 1, 2019. This is in addition to the long-sleeve t-shirt that all registrants receive. Certified course and New York Marathon qualifier. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ Feb. 23, 2019—Victory Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K walk/runs, Richmond
Run along the San Francisco Bay Trail in this flat Brazen event. For more information or to register online, visit Brazen Racing.

▪ Feb. 23, 2019—37th Annual Ripon Almond Blossom 1-mile and 8K walk/runs, Mavis Stouffer Park, Ripon
You must register by Feb. 4 to receive a t-shirt. Packet pick-up will be race-day morning. For more information or to register online, visit On Your Mark Events.

▪ Feb. 23, 2019—Are You Faster Than a Fifth Grader 2- and 4-mile runs, Pyles Boys Camp, Bakersfield
Events benefit Fast Track Lamont, a youth track and field team. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ Feb. 24, 2019—Fifth Annual Dragoon Gulch 5K & 10K walk/runs, Sonora
Proceeds go toward the development and expansion of Dragoon Gulch Trail. Please, NO DOGS or STROLLERS. For more information or to register online, visit Active.com.

MARCH

▪ March 2, 2019—Sanger Blossom Trail 10K and 2-mile walk-runs and kids’ fun runs, Sanger
Come for the run, stay for the annual Blossom Days Festival in downtown Sanger. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 2, 2019—San Joaquin River Trail Half-Marathon & 10K, Auberry
This is a trail run, so expect dirt, rocks, tree roots and other natural obstacles. The course also includes 2,500 feet of elevation gain, so expect some climbs. There will be three aid stations, but participants are encouraged to also bring their own water bottles. The course is over 90 percent single-track. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 3, 2019—Spring Fling Duathlon and 5K, Woodward Park, Fresno
The duathlon is a 2.1-mile run, 11.75-mile bike followed by another 2.1-mile run. Valid USAT membership required for the duathlon but not the 5K run. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 3, 2019—SuperHero 5K & 10K Runs, East LaLoma Park, Modesto
NOTE: These are on Sunday this year: These are fun runs, so they won’t be officially timed. But there will be a timing clock at the finish line so you can time yourself. Events benefit the Center for Human Services Hutton House and Pathways. Hutton House and Pathways give homeless and runaway youth a safe place to stay while giving them support to build the skills they need to get back on their feet. Come dressed as your favorite super hero. For more information, visit Center for Human Services, or register online by clicking here.

▪ March 9, 2019—Yokuts Park Free Fun 2-, 3- and 5-mile Fun Runs, Bakersfield
Who says there are no such things as free lunches. Come out for this FREE event, and stay for the snacks afterward. There is no register fee, no t-shirt and no finishers medals…just lots of fun. This event is held the second Saturday of each month in cooperation with the Bakersfield Parks and Rec Department. For more information, visit Bakersfield Track Club.

▪ March 9, 2019—Bakersfield Donut Run 5K Run and 2K Walk, The Park at Riverwalk, Bakersfield
This is part of California Classic Events productions. Doughnut-themed shirt and custom finishers’ medals. Post race goodies include, you guessed it, doughnuts. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 9, 2019—10th Annual S.O.S. (Support Oakdale Schools) 1-mile and 5K walk/runs, Oakdale
Events benefit Oakdale schools through the Oakdale Education Foundation. For more information, visit SOS Fun Run.

▪ March 9, 2019—Lucky 5K and kids’ fun run and costume contest, Hanford
Events benefit Hanford PD K-9 Nonprofit Organization and Hannah’s House. For more information and to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 9, 2019—Aspire Fitness Challenge Celebration 5K walk/run, Turlock High School, Turlock
It’s difficult to figure out exactly what this is. But it appears to be a fitness program that culminates in either a 1.2-mile walk or 5K non-competitive walk/run. And it appears that Aspire is a real estate firm. For more information, visit Aspire Fitness Challenge.

▪ March 16, 2019—St. Patrick’s Day 4- and 2-mile walk/runs, Fresno
Run over hill and dale in search of the leprechaun’s pot-o-gold. This is a Brazen event – what do you expect? For more information or to register online, visit Brazen Racing.

▪ March 16, 2019—Kettle Dash 5K walk/run, 10K run & dog walk, Turlock
These events benefit the Salvation Army in Turlock. Walkers welcome in the 5K, please no walkers in the 10K. For more information, visit Kettle Dash. Or register online at Active.com.

▪ March 16, 2019—St. Pat’s Day 5K walk/run, The Park at River Walk, Bakersfield
It’s the wearin’ o’ the green. For more information or to register online, visit St. Patricks 5K Run.

▪ March 17, 2019—Heavenly Half Marathon, Pine Ridge
This event is billed as an almost all downhill point to point to Auberry. This is the first of three races in the Soul Half Marathon series. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 23, 2019—Second Wind 5K & kids’ mini sprint, Madera Speedway, Madera
Course begins and ends at the speedway with the checkered flag. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 24, 2019—Fresno Donut Run 5K, Woodward Park, Fresno
Cute donut-themed finishers’ medal for all participants. This event sold out about a month before, so don’t wait until the last minute because you may miss out. Event benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley. For more information or to sign up online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 24, 2019—Indian Gulch 2-, 5- and 10-mile runs, Hornitos
Race registration includes post-race pancakes at Golden Stag Hall. These are hilly but scenic courses in the foothills. Events benefit Buhach Colony High School cross-country team. For more information or to register online, visit Merced Running Club.

▪ March 30, 2019—Third Annual Monache FFA Farmer’s Day 5K, Monache High School Agriculture Farm,  Porterville
The event is part of the third annual farmers’ market and plant sale from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Monache FFA Agricultural Farm as well. Participants are welcome to take part and experience all that Monache FFA has to offer. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 30, 2019—Modesto Marathon Expo
NEW LOCATION: The Expo has moved this year to CrossPoint Family Pavilion, 1301 12th St., Modesto. It’s just a few blocks from Center Plaza. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Packet pick-up for registered runners. You can also do walk-up registration for any of the events. If you want to change events, you can do so for a small charge. Public is welcome. Lots of vendors, so be prepared to do a little shopping – event details

▪ March 31, 2019—Modesto Marathon, Half-Marathon, Half Relay and 5K, Modesto
Modesto marathon logoPacket pick-up is during the March 30 Expo. The public also is welcome at the Expo. Courses are relatively flat. Both the half and full go over a Highway 99 overpass twice—the only inclines on the course. The 5K goes through residential areas around Graceda Park and finishes in the same place as the half and full. Events benefit Teens Run Modesto. Please NO DOGS except service animals for the safety of the runners and the animals. This is the first of four races in the ShadowChase Grand Slam. Run all four and earn a humongous medal. For more information or to register online, visit Modesto Marathon.

▪ March 31, 2019—Run for the Children, Kearney Park, Fresno
The event is designed to raise awareness about child abuse and to raise funds for Breaking the Silence. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ March 31, 2019—Hellyer Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K, Hellyer County Park, San Jose
The course is described as “mildly rolling,” hugging Cottonwood Lake and then Coyote Creek. All events are on paved bike paths. For more information or to register online, visit Brazen Racing.

APRIL

▪ April 6, 2019—AR 50 (American River 50) 50-mile ultra-run and 25-mile run, Folsom
The 50-miler starts at 6 a.m. and has a 14-hour cut-off time.  If you make it under the cut-off, you receive a special jacket and a finisher’s medal as well as a tech shirt. Pacers allowed on the last half. The 25-miler starts an hour later — at 7 a.m. but has the same cutoff of 5:15 p.m. at Rattlesnake Bar. The 25-mile runners will receive a tech shirt and finisher’s medal. For more information, visit AR 50.

▪ April 6, 2019—Run for Water 5K, River Park Shopping Center, Fresno
This is a timed non-competitive event benefiting the non-profit Aquarius Aquarium Institute. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 6, 2019—13th Annual 49er Bypass 5K & 10K runs, The Firehouse, Sutter Creek
For more information, visit Amador County Recreation Agency. You’ll have to scroll down about half-way on the page to find the run information.

▪ April 6, 2019—CASA of Kern County Superhero Run 2K, 5K & 10K, The Park at Riverwalk, Bakersfield
Feel free to come dressed as your favorite superhero. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 6-7, 2019—California Classic Weekend, Fresno
california classic logoSaturday, the race shuts down the freeway so bicycle riders can ride without worrying about cars. Choose from the century (100 miles), metric century (62 miles) or mini-metric century (35 miles). Or run the half-marathon, half relay or 5K on Sunday. The half and half relay go through African Adventure inside Fresno Chaffee Zoo, finishing along home plate inside Chukchansi Stadium. The Rock and Run 5K doesn’t go through the zoo but it has all the other benefits of the half. Cash prizes for all age-group winners in the half. If you do both a ride and a run, you receive a biker/runner hat and an interlocking medal. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 7, 2019—Run with the Heroes 5K run/walk, Madera
Course, which is around Valley Children’s Hospital, will be overseen by Madera County Sheriff volunteers who will control traffic and provide safety to all participants. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 7, 2019—Fourth Annual McFarland Half-Marathon ad 5K, McFarland
Run through the town and region made famous in the Disney movie, “McFarland USA.” The real Coach White will be there, too. This course does have a few off-road sections where it goes through vineyards and almond orchards. For more information or to register online, visit Active.com.

▪ April 13, 2019—Ruth McKenzie Preserve Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K and kids’ fun run, Friant
Looks like this is a trail run, so be prepared for rocks, dirt, tree roots and other natural obstacles. Medals for all but kids’ fun run participants. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com

▪ April 13, 2019—Diablo Trails Challenge 50K, Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K, Castle Rock Recreatioin Area, Walnut Creek
Proceeds go toward “Save Mount Diablo.” This is billed as one of the toughest races produced by Brazen Racing. The 50K goes to the top of Mt. Diablo. For more information or to register online, visit Brazen Racing.

▪ April 13, 2019—Run 4 Water (formerly Easter Run & Fun), Lodi
Check back for more information.

▪ April 20, 2019—Silver Moon 24-hour, 100-mile, 12-hour and 6-hour ultra-run and 4-person relays, Reedley
Course is along the Kings River. For more information or to register online, visit Active.com.

▪ April 27, 2019—Kern River Trail Runs 10-miler, 10K & 5K, Hart Memorial Park, Bakersfield
The races will be at Hart Park, Section 2, and will be hilly. These are TRAIL RUNS. They will NOT BE RUN only on a bike path and will include hills, dirt, uneven terrain, rocks and other natural debris that comes with running on a non-paved surface. Please pack water and any special nutrition you may want on trail. There will be aid stations with water and Gatorade, but due to the course being on trail, they will not be every mile. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 27, 2019—Western Pacific Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K walk/runs, Quarry Lakes, Fremont
Trails are primarily dirt, with a patch of gravel and a short paved section. Courses are described as “flat-ish.” Hmm. Wonder if that is Brazen flat or regular people’s flat? For more information or to register online, visit Brazen Racing.

▪ April 27, 2019—Teen Challenge Light Up The Night 5K, The Park at Riverwalk, Bakersfield
The is a night event. Glow-in-the-dark elements and novelties will guide runners through the course. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 27, 2019—KAMB Family Fun Run 5K & 10K runs and 1-mile walk, Woodward Park, Fresno
These events benefit Celebration Radio KAMB. The 5K & 10K are timed, the 1-mile is not. Medals three deep in these age groups: 12 & under, 13-17, 18-29, 30-49, 50-64, and 65 & up. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 28, 2019—Millerton ‘Crow’s Nest’ Sprint Triathlon, Duathlon, 10K & 5K, Friant
There some hills, and the run portion is held on trails. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ April 28, 2019—Hughson Downtown Mile and kids’ 400-meter run, Hughson
The event is in conjunction with Hughson’s Fruit and Nut Festival. Events benefit the Hughson High School Key Club. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

MAY

▪ May 4, 2019—Ripon’s Run Half-Marathon, Quarter Marathon (roughly 6.6 miles) & 5K, Ripon
(Formerly Rina’s Run) Let’s hope they have more volunteers this year and a bike lead who knows the course so he doesn’t lead runners astray. Events benefit Moves Training and the Ripon Community Athletic Foundation. For more information or to register online, visit On Your Mark Events.

▪ May 4, 2019—Kerman Almond Festival Scholarship 5K Walk/Run, Kerman
Proceeds go toward agricultural scholarships. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

ole 5-que logo▪ May 4, 2019—Bakersfield Olé 5-Que, CSUB, Bakersfield
Bandas de mariachi tocarán antes de, durante y despues de la carrera. (Mariachi bands will play before, during and after the run.) Los adultos reciben (adults receive): 2 tacos, 1 Corona or agua fresca, 1 La Rosa fruit bar, 1 shirt and unique finisher’s medal. Los niños reciben (kids receive): 1 taco, 1 agua fresca, 1 La Rosa fruit bar, 1 shirt, 1 finisher’s sombrero. A portion of each adult race entry and all donations go to Kids Kasa Foster Care Inc. Para más información o para registrarse, visite a RunSignUp.com. For more information or to register, visit RunSignUp.com.

ole 5-que logo▪ May 5, 2019—Fresno Olé 5-Que, Sugar Pine Trail @ Nees, Fresno
Bandas de mariachi tocarán antes de, durante y despues de la carrera. (Mariachi bands will play before, during and after the run.) Los adultos reciben (adults receive): 2 tacos, 1 Corona or agua fresca, 1 La Rosa fruit bar, 1 shirt and unique finisher’s medal. Los niños reciben (kids receive): 1 taco, 1 agua fresca, 1 La Rosa fruit bar, 1 shirt, 1 finisher’s sombrero. Para más información o para registrarse, visite a RunSignUp.com. For more information or to register, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ May 11, 2019—32nd Annual Amanda Crews Memorial Run for Health 1-mile, 5K & 10K, East La Loma Park, Modesto
These are out-and-back courses along the paved bike trail in East La Loma Park. Events benefit the Reach Out and Read Program, the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency and the Valley Family Medicine Residency Program. For more information or to register online, visit Active.com.

▪ May 11, 2019—Second Annual Taco Run 5K, Woodward Park, Fresno
Proceeds benefit Home Blessing Foundation, which helps the homeless. Taco trucks and contests after the event. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ May 12, 2019—Bakersfield Mother’s Day 5K run and 2K walk (not timed), Bakersfield
Special necklace for all “moms” who finish. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ May 18, 2019—27th Annual Oakdale Chocolate Festival Run 5K & 1-Mile walk/runs, Oakdale
These events are held on flat out-and-back courses. Entry fee includes custom t-shirt and entry into the Chocolate Festival afterward. Come for the run, stay for the Chocolate Festival. For more information, visit On Your Mark Events.

▪ May 18, 2019—32nd Annual Shinzen Run 5K and 2-mile walk/runs and competitive 2-mile walk, Woodward Park, Fresno
Run or walk any of these events and receive free admission into the Shinzen Gardens. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ May 18, 2019—Sixth Annual Luc’s Run 2-mile & 10K, Tuolumne
Proceeds go to the Major Lucas Gruenther Legacy Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that bestows scholarships to Americans for the advancement of educational goals and self development. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com

▪ May 18, 2019—Inaugural 10K with a Cop 5K & 10K walk/runs, CSU Stanislaus, Turlock
Check back later for more information.

▪ May 18, 2019—Fresno Retro Run 5K Run/Walk and 2-mile Walk, Chukchansi Park, Fresno
Pull out your bell-bottoms, platform shoes and your best polyester shirt with wide lapels for this event. Included in the registration fee is a ticket to the Grizzlies’ May 18 game against the Sacramento River Cats. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ May 19, 2019—Avenue of the Vines Half-Marathon and 5K, Woodbridge Winery, Acampo
Both courses are on flat country roads. The half is a square, the 5K is an out-and-back. Entry includes commemorative wine glass, gender-specific tech shirts, finishers medals and post-race lunch. Special limited-edition zinfandel available for purchase. Events benefit Emergency Food Bank of Stockton/San Joaquinevent details

▪ May 25, 2019—Modesto Memorial Classic 5K & 1-Mile walk/runs & FREE kids’ fun run, Tuolumne River Regional Park, Modesto
Flat, fast courses on paved bike paths. Finishers medals to all paid participants. Events benefit in part the Modesto Vet Center. Post-race goodies include a pancake breakfast cooked by the vets. This is the second of four races in the ShadowChase Grand Slam. Run all four and earn a humongous medal. For more information, visit ShadowChase Running Club.

▪ May 25, 2019—Clovis Memorial Run 2-mile & 5K walk, run and roll and kids’ fun run, Clovis
The 5K is timed, the 2-miler is not. Pancake breakfast afterward for all registered participants. Additional breakfast tickets available for sale. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ May 25, 2019—Taco Run 5K, Woodward Park, Fresno
The 5K benefits the Home Blessing Foundation. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

JUNE

▪ June 1, 2019—Run with Heroes 5K & 10K, Atwater
A family friendly event to raise money and awareness for first responders suffering from PTSD, depression, etc. Check back later for more information.

▪ June 2, 2019—Bakersfield Hot Fudge Sundae 5K walk/run and 2K walk, The Park at River Walk, Bakersfield
The 5K is timed, the 2K is not.Post-run sundae station open to all participants so they can make their own ice cream creation. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ June 8, 2019—Second Annual Family City Fun Run/Walk 5K, 10K & 1-mile walk/run, Manteca
Courses go through the Woodward Park neighborhood and support the Men of Omega Psi Phi Inc. to raise funds to support their scholarship, mentoring and leadership development programs. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ June 9, 2019—Hot Fudge Sundae 5K walk/run and 2-mile walk, Woodward Park, Fresno
The 5K is timed, the 2-miler is not. Post-run sundae station open to all participants so they can make their own ice cream creation. This is the first of three races in the Summertime Series. Run all three, and receive an additional Summertime Series Medallion on top of each individual finishers’ medals. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ June 15, 2019—Bakersfield Father’s Day 5K and 2K, Bakersfield
Rootbeer floats in custom take-home mug for all participants. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ June 16, 2019— Father’s Day 10K and 2-mile walk, Woodward Park, Fresno
Dad’s rootbeer float in custom take-home mug for all participants. Custom finisher’s medals along with t-shirt for each registrant. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

JULY

▪ July 4, 2019—Run for Independence 2-mile walk/run and 5-mile run, Ralston Park, Atwater
Walkers welcome in the 2-miler. Please, only runners in the 5-miler. The event is hosted by the Merced Running Club and Buhach Colony High School Cross-Country program. Proceeds benefit in part local high school scholarships presented annual by the Merced Running Club. Check back later for more information.

▪ July 6, 2019—Hernia Hill Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K, Twisted Oak Winery, Vallecito
Don’t be fooled. There are hills in this event. All distances feature a dash through the wine cave, which some say is even better than running through Disney’s Enchanted Castle. Post-race lunch hosted by On Your Mark. For more information or to register online, visit It’s Your Race.

▪ July 13, 2019—Christmas in July 5K run/walk, Fresno
The course is on shady Christmas Tree Lane. Event supports the Boys and Girls Club. This is the second of three races in the Summertime Series. Run all three, and receive an additional Summertime Series Medallion on top of each individual finishers’ medals. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ July 13, 2019—Escalon Park Fete 2-mile & 10K walk/runs, Escalon
Check back later for more information.

AUGUST

▪ Aug. 3, 2019—Summer Breeze Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K walk/run, San Leandro Marina Park, San Leandro
This is one of the few flat Brazen events. Courses go along the bay. For more information or to register online, visit Brazen Racing.

 August 2019—SAR Wild Run Trail Half-Marathon, Trail 10K, Trail 5K and Trail 2-mile hike, Shaver Lake
These events benefit Fresno County Search and Rescue (SAR). These also are trail races, which means expect dirt, some rocks, roots, and even some hills. Fun Big Foot finishers’ medals. This is the third of three races in the Summertime Series. Run all three, and receive an additional Summertime Series Medallion on top of each individual finishers’ medals. Check back later for more information.

▪ Aug. 17, 2019—Hell of a Half Marathon, Exeter
The name says it all — the Central Valley in the summer time. Nine aid stations. But you’re rewarded for coming out with great swag, including Goodr sunglasses, tech tank, pint glass and finishers’ medal. This is the second race of the Soul Half Marathon Series. Events benefit the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

SEPTEMBER

▪ Sept. 8, 2019—Eighth Annual Delta Harvest Run Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K walk/runs and 1-mile family fun run, Brentwood
Events benefit East Contra Costa County food banks/pantries, shelters and college scholarships for local high schools. For more information or to register online, visit On Your Mark Events.

▪ Sept. 21, 2019—Smokey Bear Run 10K run, 2-miles walk/run and kids’ fun run, Bass Lake
Photo-op with Smokey Bear. The course is on pavement and easy rolling hills out and back. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ Sept. 22, 2019—Wascally Wabbit Half-mawothon, half relay and 5K walk/run, Fresno
Events benefit Kids Kasa Foster Care. For more information, visit Wascally Wabbit, or register online at RunSignUp.com.

OCTOBER

▪ Oct. 6, 2019—Peace Officer Memorial Run Half-Marathon, Half Relay and 5K, Modesto
Honor those Stanislaus County officers who have fallen in the line of duty with this event. The 5K goes in and around downtown and Graceda Park. The half goes on city streets through East LaLoma Park. Both events start and finish in front of the Gallo Arts Center. For more information, visit Peace Officer Memorial Run.

▪ Oct. 13, 2019—Judgment Day Half-Marathon, Bakersfield
This is the final race in the Soul Half-Marathon Series. Refer a friend and receive $15 off. Refer two and receive $30. Post-race breakfast included. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

NOVEMBER

▪ Nov. 3, 2019—Two Cities Marathon, Clovis Half-Marathon, Fresno Half-Marathon, Half Relay and 5K Run, Fresno
Post-race ice cream for all participants. Finisher quarter-zip pullover, custom event tech T, custom finishers’ medal for all participants. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.

▪ Nov. 17, 2019—Fourth Annual Bakersfield Marathon, Half-Marathon, 10K and 5K Runs, Bakersfield
Gender-specific long-sleeve tech shirt and finishers’ medal for all participants. For more information or to register online, visit RunSignUp.com.


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