Week 5 Training Run Information


April 19, 2013 at 5:35 AM


   

So this is the big week 5 training session, we will go over the details but first we wanted to say a few words about the training run series.  

Last week the Mountain Goat Run required 8 Syracuse Police Officers to help assist with traffic and management of runners on the road.  Combine this with the cost of cups, energy drinks, the MOST, and insurance coverage and last week's training run cost more than $2,000 to conduct.

If it were not for the support of OrthoNOW!, we could not operate the training runs. It is that simple. The cost to conduct the training series this year will exceed $12,000. We have been fortunate to find a company like OrthoNOW! to sponsor the training series because they understand the importance of runners training to run the Goat. 

Please keep this in mind if you need orthopedic help right away and want to avoid long delays in the emergency room. OrthoNOW! provides immediate care to adults and children for sprains, breaks, dislocations, and sports injuries. No appointment is necessary. You can simply walk in and be seen during hours of operation at the Upstate Bone and JointCenter in East Syracuse.

OK then, over 8.39 miles this week and if you have little trouble this week, you will be ready on race day.

Everything you wanted to know and more about Week 5 of the Mountain Goat Training Run, sponsored by OrthoNOW!   

Where: The MOST in Armory Square.   

Time: Doors open at 7:15, instructions at 7:55 and training run at 8 a.m.   

Cost: $5 for the entire six-week series and you must sign a waiver.    

Distance: : 8.39 miles featuring most of the course.   Check out the map here .   

Water Stops: At 1.5, 4, and 6 miles. 

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