Be A Beast 5k 2020

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Short review

Ann Higginbotham, a life-long educator in Campbell County and Middlesboro City Schools, passed away in September of 2016.  Although she lost her fight with ovarian cancer, she was as resilient in sickness as she was in life.  She was a BEAST!  The proceeds of this run will benefit students from Campbell County High School and Anderson County High School (where her daughter spent 18 years as an educator).  All monies raised will go toward the Ann Higginbotham Memorial Scholarship Fund.  


This event will also offer the community ovarian cancer awareness.  Ovarian cancer is a silent killer and is often not detected until the latter stages.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The run will begin at Anderson County High School in the parking lot facing Charles G. Seivers Boulevard, near the library.  It will run up Charles G. Seivers Boulevard toward Clinton Physical Therapy Center; resulting in an up and down course. You will run 1.5 miles, turn around, and end in the parking area where you started.  This course is challenging, in fact, it’s a BEAST.
The walk will be out a half mile and back.  It will begin after the race approximately 8:35.

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Road Running , Walk

Distance:

5K , Less than 5K

Price:

from $30

Organized since 2017

Short review

Ann Higginbotham, a life-long educator in Campbell County and Middlesboro City Schools, passed away in September of 2016.  Although she lost her fight with ovarian cancer, she was as resilient in sickness as she was in life.  She was a BEAST!  The proceeds of this run will benefit students from Campbell County High School and Anderson County High School (where her daughter spent 18 years as an educator).  All monies raised will go toward the Ann Higginbotham Memorial Scholarship Fund.  


This event will also offer the community ovarian cancer awareness.  Ovarian cancer is a silent killer and is often not detected until the latter stages.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The run will begin at Anderson County High School in the parking lot facing Charles G. Seivers Boulevard, near the library.  It will run up Charles G. Seivers Boulevard toward Clinton Physical Therapy Center; resulting in an up and down course. You will run 1.5 miles, turn around, and end in the parking area where you started.  This course is challenging, in fact, it’s a BEAST.
The walk will be out a half mile and back.  It will begin after the race approximately 8:35.


4 Road Running races on 26 September 2020 in Clinton

5K Open

September 21, 2019

The race starts at 08:30

5 km

from $30

5K Open

September 26, 2020

The race starts at 08:30

5 km

from $30

1 Mile Fun Walk/Run

September 21, 2019

The race starts at 08:45

1.6 km

from $30

1 Mile Fun Walk/Run

September 26, 2020

The race starts at 09:00

1.6 km

from $30

Weather for Sep 26, 2020

68.76 °F

Wind: 8.19 m/s.

Clear throughout the day..

Very Good for running

Past weather

Sep 30, 2017

70.45 °F, wind 4m/s

Partly cloudy in the morning..

Sep 29, 2018

60.26 °F, wind 4.33m/s

Mostly cloudy until evening..

Sep 21, 2019

70.25 °F, wind 0.72m/s

Partly cloudy until evening..

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