Tagged: Turkey Trot
Posted on28. Nov, 2015
Leftover Turkey Trot 5K “This was the most organized and most fun 5K I have ever participated in… I thought it would be a lot of fun to be part of the inaugural run and I’m so glad I did. There was so much time and thoughtfulness put into every aspect of this event and […]
Posted on26. Nov, 2015
Join us for the 9th Annual Turkey Chase 5k Family Fun Run on Thanksgiving Day! This event is an awesome opportunity to burn some calories before the big feast, spend some quality time with friends and family and, above all, support those in need! All proceeds from the Turkey Chase will benefit Denver Rescue Mission […]
Posted on27. Nov, 2014
The Annual Community Food Share 5k Turkey Trot will be held on Thanksgiving Day, 10 a.m., November 27, 2014 at the CU Research Park/Potts Field. The 5k will be run on a new course for the last year, 2 loops around the CU Research Park finishing on Potts Field. The family fun event will also include Kids’ […]
Posted on27. Nov, 2014
This event is an awesome opportunity to burn some calories before the big feast, spend some quality time with friends and family and, best of all, support those in need! All proceeds from the Turkey Chase will benefit programs at Denver Rescue Mission. The Mission helps men, women and children in the greater Denver area […]
Posted on29. Nov, 2010
Most times I enjoy the feeling of toeing the line of a race waiting for its story to unravel. With meager training volume and a few quality workouts, I had shallow expectations for the outcome of the race. The only thing I planned to do was to run under control and finish strong.
Posted on14. Nov, 2010
Thanksgiving is a time for bringing family and friends together, sharing in what we are thankful for. This will be my first time in 15 years I will not be in Colorado to run with friends and my peers. Luckily Thankgiving Day races can be enjoyed in almost every community.
Posted on28. Nov, 2009
I am not so great about keeping traditions. Its not that I don’t want to make and keep with them. I love the idea of doing something annually for the sake of consistency, meeting up with friends new and old, and now introducing my children to those things I love and feel are important. I believe this is the allure of the Turkey Trot as part of our holiday tradition.