The Crusher Run - Texas Quarry 5K
Join us for the second Crusher Run 5K at Martin Marietta's Texas Quarry, located in Cockeysville, MD!
MTBMA member, Martin Marietta's Texas Quarry is proud to host The Crusher Run 5K in conjunction with Maryland Transportation Builders and Materials Association and Gray & Son, Inc. for it's second year! This event will be held on the top loop of the Texas Quarry in Cockeysville, MD. This event is designed for all levels from beginners to advanced runners. Enjoy a unique race that allows you to run along the perimeter of a working rock quarry!
RACE LIMIT: 500 combined - 5K (timed) and Family Fun Run (untimed) participants.
(This is a strict safety cut-off. We hope to open to more in future years)
Start: We will have TWO separate starting times:
09:00am - 5K Start (timed)
09:05am - Family Fun Run Start (untimed)
This fun family-style fundraising event is designed to gather together all those from the local running community with the families and friends of the supporting organizations for a morning of exercise and revelry at the picturesque Texas Quarry in Cockeysville, MD.
Timing: The timed 5K will be professionally chip timed using disposable bib tags on the back of the race bibs! Bibs must be worn on the front of your shirt and be visible at all times. Results will be provided by Racine Timing and will be available LIVE! We will provide a web link to results that you can share with you and your family and friends so they can follow your race on their web devices.
Event Rules/Safety: Runners must obey all race official instructions. Runner must follow the course as indicated by signage, cones, and course officials. No deviation will be allowed before, during, or after the race. Bibs must be worn on the front of your body at all times.
No bicycles or pets allowed during this race due to restricted spacing.
What do I get with my registration?
- Soft cotton/poly blend race t-shirt
- Custom Race Bib
- Finisher Medal (Timed Race)
- Food Truck Voucher
- Custom First Place award for qualifying participants
- A unique race that goes on the top side of a working limestone quarry (quarry is not operational on race day)
- Fun family experience
POST RACE CELEBRATIONS:
- Food Trucks
- Rock Painting Tables
- Raffle Competition
- Boulder Weighting
- Jar of Stone Counting Competition
- Vendor/Sponsor Booths
- History/Overlook location...
… more post race activities to come!
Price includes custom race t-shirt, custom race bib for chipped participants, finisher medal for chipped participants, provided stone for rock painting, and food truck vouchers.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: January 1 - March 30: $60/person
REGULAR REGISTRATION: March 31 - April 30: $65/person
LATE REGISTRATION: May 1 - June 1: $75/person
RACE DAY REGISTRATION: $80/person
Families of 3 or more receive $10.00 off per registrant!
RACE DAY SCHEDULE
7:30am – Parking opens at 430 W. Padonia Rd. (Gray & Son Headquarters)
8:00am – Race Packet Pickup (5K & Fun Run)
9:00am – 5K Race Start (timed)
9:05am – Family Fun Run Start (untimed)
Awards Ceremony immediately following and post race celebrations
EVENT WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE!
For More Information:
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BALTIMORE HUNGER PROJECT
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