7/12/14 – St. Louis, MO

When and Where

Saturday July 12th, 2014

Queeny Park
550 Weidman Road
St. Louis, MO 63131

What's New This Year

Glow in the Park has doubled the foam and will be adding special UV glow tunnels at each of the color stations!  We are also including a Glow in the Park t-shirt with every registration received before June 30th! (sign up by June 30th to guarantee your free shirt.  Glowers who do not register before t-shirt ordering deadline will not be guaranteed a shirt with their packet, but may have a chance to purchase a t-shirt on the day of the event)

Schedule of Events

Early Packet Pick-up: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Big River Running Company 14047 Manchester Rd., Manchester

REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE AT PACKET PICKUP AND ON RACEDAY!!!!
Day of Packet Pick-up and Registration: 6:30 PM through 8:30 PM
Run Start: approximately 8:40 PM (When it gets dark enough)
After Party: until 10:30 PM

Registration

Category

Until

Dec 31st

Until

March 21th

Until

May 31st

Until

July 9th

Packet Pick-up & Race Day

Individual

$30

$40

$45

$50

$55

Team*

(per runner)

$25

$35

$40

$45

$50

REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE AT PACKET PICKUP AND ON RACEDAY!!!!

Children age 4 and under do not need to register, but will not receive the race goodie bag.

 

Online registration closes July 9th at midnight. In-person registration is available at early packet pick-up and on race day.

$5/person off when registering a team of 4 or more!

Children age 4 and under do not need to register, but will not receive the race goodie bag.

What You Get With Your Registration

Each Registrant will receive:

  • A Custom Glow in the Park Tech T-Shirt
  • Entry to the post race Glow party with live DJ’s
  • Glow Goodies: All athletes will receive glow paraphernalia to adorn themselves with and help light the way!
  • Post run food!!
  • Headlamp rentals are available for $10

Charity

Special Olympics Missouri transforms lives through the joy of sport. Their mission is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community. They have initiatives to activate youth, engage kids with intellectual disabilities, build communities, and improve the health of over 17,000 athletes throughout the state.

Rules and Guidelines

In the event the race should be canceled for reasons beyond the control of the Race Director or Race Committee (inclement weather or unsafe weather conditions; local, state or national emergency), refunds will not be made, but race packets, including race shirts, will be available at a location to be determined. Information will be available on the race website.

Individual Racer Registration
Team Registration
Volunteer Registration