Oct. 2nd, 2022 – BoldrDash – DoggieDash
BoldrDash Creates Events and Training Runs that use the terrain to offer challenges that push the limits of your body and mind. With bootcamps every Sunday boasting over 4 miles of trails and 30+ obstacles we are Rhode Island’s premier Obstacle Course Training and Event series. There is just one thing to ask yourself…Are you BOLD enough?
BoldrDash presents – DoggieDash
The BoldrDash experience is as competitive as you make it. Rally your team and battle the other teams in your division for bragging rights, or simply make it your goal to cross the finish line! BoldrDash is about coming together and accomplishing something you thought could never do. From the elite runner to the generally active individual, BoldrDash has you covered.
TOP REASONS TO TAKE ON THIS COURSE:
1. Have fun with your family & friends
2. It’s only as competitive as you make it!
3. Awesome after party with your fellow athletes after the race
Canonicus Camp & Conference Center: 54 Exeter Rd, Exeter, RI 02822
$5 per vehicle
COURSE OPTIONS & DETAILS:
- 5k Trail Run with up to 10 optional Doggie obstacles throughout
Aid / Water Stations
During the race, there will be water stations.
There will be event day packet pickup.
- His/Her own Doggie Bag filled with –
A Fancy Doggie surprise for your pup
A BoldrDash Doggie Dash Event Tshirt for his/her ‘person’
- Short Course does not include DoggieBag and T-shirt.
Award Ceremony & Placement
OCR Championship Qualifier
For Runners: Be Early
- Arrive an hour before your start time. This gives you plenty of time to park, pick up your packet, drop your stuff at bag check, find your friends & get warmed up.
WHAT TO BRING
Barcode (print or save your registration barcode to your phone.
Towel & extra (dry) clothes
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Outside food and drink (racers, fuel for the race is OK)
WHAT TO WEAR
There’s no dress code, but you’ll be running in trails.
Our elites recommend: performance gear (NOT COTTON), water hydration packs, compression underwear, high socks and headgear.
Advice from experience: is to race in what you train in – new shoes on race day are NOT recommended.
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