To request that your event be added to the Steeplechasers Events calendar, please click on Add Event.
To find events for which volunteers are needed, under Event Category, check Course Marking and Finish Line, and click SUBMIT. If you see a race you can help at, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (If you don’t see Event Category, try clicking ‘Show Filters’ first).
Race Directors should use this form to request that local running events (within 75 miles of Frederick, MD) be placed on our calendar.
Please provide the following
|EVENT TITLE||Race Name|
|EVENT DESCRIPTION||Any text you’d like included in the race description, e.g., a little bit about why you’re putting on this race, what it benefits, how to register — registration URL, link to flyer, etc|
|EVENT TIME & DATE||Race Date and Time|
|EVENT IMAGE||Optionally add an image to your event – works best with image height around 200px|
|VENUE DETAILS||Race Location – please search first as the venue may already exist|
|ORGANIZER DETAILS||Organizer Name (required), Organizer Email (required), Organizer Phone (optional). Again please search first as the organizer may already exist|
|EVENT WEBSITE||Race Website – this website should give information about the race and most likely also links to registration site|
Your submission will be reviewed before publishing — this process can take several days.Note: FSRC reserves the right to choose which races are published.
- This event has passed.
Color for a Cure Family 5K
April 29, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am
Mark and Ben, two local children, both suffer from a mutation on the SCN2a gene which causes a spectrum of ailments from developmental delays to severe intractable epilepsy. Most of the children with this diagnosis are unable to walk, talk, eat, and suffer from daily seizures, pain, and Autism. Their families have formed a foundation, the FamilieSCN2a Foundation to promote and fund research to find a cure for our children.
YOUR CHANCE TO BE A HERO, 100% of proceeds to go directly toward researching a cure for all children impacted by the SCN2a gene mutation.