Many thanks to everyone who attended the 2016 event ! The new September date for 2017: Sunday September 10th.
Welcome to the Gallup Gallop 5K (& mile)! This event celebrates the Huron River where it pools in Ann Arbor's scenic Gallup Park, We also celebrates life. family, fun and fitness. This traditionally summer event is moving to late summer in 2017 due to construction and increased park usage in mid-summer. September may well be it's new home! Same same beautiful park, great course, same fun event!
2017 marks the events 37th anniversary. Join us for a great family friendly community event and make your life - at least for one day - a walk (or run) in the park ! (Check out a nice 10 minute 2013 race video.)
Course & Race Headquarters
The Gallup Gallop 5k takes place on the nationally recognized Gallup Park Trail. It starts and finishes near Gallup Park Canoe Livery; it is a 2 lap course. It is flat, fast, certified and scenic, circling Geddes Pond. Most of it is on asphalt, but part of it is on wood chips. The Race Headquarters are the Gallup Park Meeting Room, adjacent to the Canoe Livery.
Timing: new this year we will use chip timing! (no more pull tags - yea!) Running Fit ( RF Timing ) will handle our timing this year.
Parking: There will be some parking in Gallup Park (in a couple of locations - see course map), but most of it is across the street on the grass near Huron HS's athletic fields. We plan to have a couple of volunteers helping to direct parking there before the race.
Strollers: Jogging strollers are allowed but are discouraged. The course is rather narrow in places, and it's also not entirely paved. If you do choose to bring one, please start near the back, use caution and be considerate out on the course.
Dogs: I love dogs and have one myself, but no dogs in the race please.
1 Mile Fun Run: 8:30am
5K Run / Walk: 9:00am
1 Mile / 5K Combo - Run 'em both! All 5K runners can run the mile for no additional cost.
Race check-in and packet pickup will take place at the race headquarters, Gallup Park Meeting Room, by the Canoe Livery, between 7:15 am and 8:45 am.
Online Registration for 2017 is not yet open.
Online registration closes on July 7th, 2016 at 3:00 P.M..
CLICK HERE to download the 2016 Mail In Form
Mail-in registration must be postmarked by July 1st, 2016
Already Registered? CLICK HERE to verify your Registration Information
The entry fee includes a T-shirt – please select your size during registration process. Race day registrants are not guaranteed a T-shirt. AATC members get a $3 discount.
Online through July 7
Mail-In Postmarked by July 1
Race Day CASH/CHECKS*,
1 Mile Fun Run
Youth discount: $5 off either race for all youth 17 and under.
*Race Day Registration: Gallup Park Canoe Livery from 7:15 am to 8:30 am.
All proceeds will be donated to both Running Blind and the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
Contact & Volunteer
To get things done during the race day and enhance everyone’s experience, we rely on a few enthusiastic volunteers, who want to be part of our team, helping with packet distribution, course marshaling, set-up aid stations and distribute water and Gatorade during race and refreshments after, clean-up etc.
Volunteers are the backbone of any race. You will get a free race T-shirt plus it's fun!
If you have any questions or want to volunteer, please contact race director, Hal Wolfe, via email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Unique prizes will be awarded three-deep in each age division.
1 mile: prizes for top overall male & female;
5K: prizes for top overall male and female in open and masters.
2016 T-shirt design
5K age divisions - Male and Female: 9 & under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75& over.
|YEAR||RESULTS||AGE GROUP RESULTS||PHOTOS|
|2016||5K Run/Walk||Gary's Pictures|
|2014||5K Run/Walk||5K Run/Walk||Pictures|
|2013||5K Run/Walk||5K Run/Walk||Pictures|
|2010||5K Run | 5K Walk | 1 Mile||N/A|
|2009||5K Run | 5K Walk | 1 Mile||N/A|
|2008||5K Run | 1 Mile||N/A|
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We appreciate the support and recognize the following partners who contribute toward a successful event:
This year, the event will support two great charities – Running Blind, a new 501(c)3 founded by Race Director Hal Wolfe, and again from last year we are fundraising for former RD Victor Dobrin on behalf of the Prostate Cancer Foundation, www.pcf.org.
|If you wish to get more information about Running Blind, please click here: http://runningblind.org .|
Severe weather cancellation policy:
If there is severe weather on race day, the start of the race will be delayed to allow for it to pass so the race can proceed safely. If the weather is bad enough and remains in the area for an extended period of time, there is a chance the event will need to be cancelled. If so, unfortunately refunds will not be issued as all event costs are already committed by then. Cancelling 5K events for weather is very rare, but we will consult on-line radar to make sure it is safe. Any decision to cancel the event will be made by the race director at the event on race day and will be announced there only - it would not be announced on-line via e-mail a head of time.