2016 Cajun Country Run: 1/2 Marathon, 5K, & 10K
Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM (CST)
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Description: The Cajun Country Half-Marathon is Acadiana’s oldest half-marathon and we now feature a 10k and 5k trail run. The event is conveniently set in the early winter and will provide a perfect warm-up race for the winter marathons in early 2016. Walkers are encouraged to participate. This event is held at Acadiana Park and Nature Station which is home to some of TRAIL’s proud projects:
HALF MARTHON (100% pavement): The course is USATF certified and is now a single loop and 100% on pavement. There are a few small climbs that are less than 25′. This is great race for the beginner as well as the seasoned endurance athlete. Walkers are welcomed to participate. Awards: 1st, 2nd & 3rd overall, 1st Masters, 1st Grand Masters, 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each age group. This year we are introducing the Baby Stroller division with prizes for 1st and 2nd male and female (actual baby can be replaced with a 20 pound bag of Supreme Rice)
10k & 5k TRAIL RUN: Over the years we added a 10k and 5k trail run to the Cajun Country. The trail run will be on the recently acquired +100 acres of wooded property North of the Acadiana Park Nature Station and along the Vermilion River, slight rolling hills in and out of the woods.
For more information contact Scott Schilling (337-781-9416) or email email@example.com
Cajun Country 1/2 Marathon, 10k Trail & 5k Trail Run is a TRAIL produced event with proceeds going towards the construction and maintenance TRAIL projects. This event specifically benefits the development of Acadiana Park and the Acadiana Park Nature Station. More to come on how you can support the ANT.
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TRAIL (Transportation Recreation Alternatives in Louisiana) is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to building and maintaining parks, hiking trails, bike trails, and other recreational infrastructure. For more information, visit us at LAtrail.org or Scott 337-781-9416 Scott@LAtrail.org.