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A great schedule of running events remains in the last three months of 2020. Photo- Fleet Feet Sports

Running Schedule Of Events For Remainder Of 2020

MADISON- Despite the pandemic taking hold of everyday life and cancelling many of the local and national sporting events, runners still have two ways to enjoy their sport and compete in road races on the local running scene.

 

Local runners have several upcoming events where live running will be in order while several others have gone to a virtual competition for the fun and the health conscious aspects of the sport. Here is a complete lineup of the remaining road races on the 2020 race schedule:

 

Now Through December 31, Thursday

Hundred Day Challenge

Daily

Virtual Event

Runsignup.com

 

October 17, Saturday

Liz Hurley Ribbon Run

5K

Virtual Event

Lizhurleyribbonrun.org

 

October 18, Sunday

Wade Mountain Races

Marathon, Half-Marathon, 10K

Woodville, AL

Runninglane.com

 

October 25, Sunday

Bridge Street Half-Marathon

13.1 Miles

Virtual Event

Bridgestreethalfmarathon.com

 

October 31, Saturday

Halloween run

5K

Virtual Event

Fleetfeethuntsville.com

 

November 1, Sunday

Oak Park Challenge

6 Miles

Oak Park Rec Center

Live and Virtual Event

Fleetfeethuntsville.com

 

November 7, Saturday

Cathedral Caverns Trail Run

15K, 5K

Woodville, AL.

Runninglane.com

 

November 14, Saturday

King Of The Mountain

4K

Huntsville

Runninglane.com

 

November 21, Saturday

Dizzy Fifties Trail Run

Monte Sano State Park

Virtual Event

Huntsvilletrackclub.org

 

November 21, Saturday

Trash Dash

5K, 10K, Kids Fun Run

Toyota Field

Trashpandasbaseball.org

 

November 29, Sunday

Ditto Landing

10K

Live and Virtual Event

Fleetfeethuntsville.com

 

December 5, Saturday

River Monster Trail run

10K & Half-Marathon

Rogersville, AL

Runninglane.com

 

December 31, Thursday

Recover From The Holiday

50K

John Hunt Running Park

Ultrasignup.com

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