Blue Diamond Almonds Shamrock'n Half Marathon, 5K, and Kids' Leprechaun Dash 1/2 Mile
March 12, 2016 (5K & Kids' Leprechaun Dash 1/2 Mile)
March 13, 2016 (Half Marathon)
Online registration for the 2016 race will open on November 2 at 10 am.
- The full event name: Blue Diamond Almonds Shamrock'n Half Marathon
- Location and year: Sacramento, CA 2016
- Designs can be hand-drawn or digital and must reflect the "Shamrock'n" theme so check out the website at www.shamrocknhalf.com
Put on your kilt, grab your lucky 4-leaf clover and join us for the 12th Annual Blue Diamond Almonds Shamrock’n Half Marathon, 5K and Kids’ Leprechaun Dash ½ Mile on March 12-13, 2016. Over 10,000 of our closest friends will be joining us at Raley Field will you? Run the Tower Bridge, see the Capitol, enjoy 15 live bands on course, and run through the loud cheer station at Blue Diamond Almonds and finish on the field at Raley Field. The event will sell out so don’t press your luck, get in early. We have everything from costumed runners to elite athletes to free beer and much more.
Both the Blue Diamond Almonds Shamrock'n Half Marathon and 5K are sanctioned USA Track & Field events.
The team with most registered participants at event time win $500 donated to their favorite charity. So get out there and tell your friends to sign up and join your team.
Shamrock'n Half Marathon & 5k Supports:
Fleet Feet Sacramento launched Project Fit, a free after school running platform that encourages youth fitness for any interested Sacramento elementary school in 2015. The program provides training workouts, coaching to parent volunteers who lead the program, and t-shirts for each student. Since it's inception Project Fit has helped over 3,000 children enjoy fitness through running. Learn more at projectfit.fleetfeetsacramento.com
The Triumph Cancer Foundation is a Sacramento-based registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Foundation's signature program, Triumph Fitness, is a 12-week program designed specifically to help adult cancer survivors to regain their strength and stamina after cancer treatment. Information can be found online at www.triumphfound.org.