LeeWok Adventure Race
Sawyer, North DakotaSawyer, North Dakota
Sat 7th September 2024 - Tue 10th September 2024
LeeWok Adventure race is a moderately difficult trail run, meant for people that have already run a 5K.
Packet Pickup: You can pick your packet up the morning of the event at the registration table from 7:30-8:15 am.
Directions: The race is located at Black Butte Adventures, 121st Ave SE, Sawyer, ND. If you are not familiar with this area, please allow yourself extra time to get out to the location. There is more than one way to get out there but here are two:1) Head East on US-52 toward Sawyer, ND. Turn left onto 1st St W, Sawyer. Turn left at the first stop onto Dakota Ave. Follow this road (which turns into gravel) until it splits at the cemetery and turn right. Follow that road a bit until you see Black Butte Adventures on the right.
2) Drive a bit past Sawyer on 52 and take a left turn onto 20th Ave N. You will JH Ranch by the turn. Then follow the road and the curve to the right. Next turn left onto 19th Ave N and then another left onto 48th St N.
Awards: Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 fastest male and female in both the 5K and 10K races. A prize will also be awarded to the best costume worn during the run!Weather: In the event of inclement weather, Race Management has the right to change, eliminate parts of the course, or delay up to a point. However, if it is deemed too dangerous to race, the event will be canceled and there will be no refunds. We will do everything in our power to have the event, but your safety is of our utmost concern.
All proceeds benefit OpenMIND - a budding, local, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization we created devoted to bringing awareness to mental health and suicide in our community.
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