Race Preview: 2021 Race for Warmth (Virtual)

With the winter months getting colder, it is important for us to find ways to support one another (even if we cannot be with one another…yet). Operation Warm Heart is just such an opportunity. Donations raised for this program help families in Clark County to pay for winter heating bills.

By signing up for the 2021 Race for Warmth, you can support this wonderful program and be inspired to get outside in the blustery winter. You can run, walk, or bike; stick to your neighborhood or use a route from the team; or if the weather outside is too frightful, stick to a treadmill. Distance options are 5K or 10K, and either way it is just $30. 

The event is virtual this year; however, the swag is totally real:

  • Long-sleeve performance tech shirt
  • Participation medal (new this year!!!)
  • Bib number
  • Swag bag with donated goodies and coupons
  • Raffle entry opportunities

And if you cannot join in this year for the event, still consider donating to Operation Warm Heart. Home is the safest place to be right now, and in the winter, a warm home is even better.

Race for Warmth

  • When: January 29-31, 2021
  • Where: Virtual
  • RegisterOnline 
  • Packet Pick-Up: January 29 and 30. Details TBA.
  • Cost: $30


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