Blueberry Stomp
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Blueberry Stomp

2016 BLUEBERRY STOMP
1-Mile Fun Run · 5K Road Race · 15K Road & Wheelchair Race
Monday, September 5, 2016

The Blueberry Stomp is managed by the Adams Street Ministries, Inc. of Plymouth, IN, in conjunction with the Marshall County Blueberry Festival.



Blueberry Stomp 2016 Pictures


STOMP MAP


2016 Stomp information...
BLUEBERRY STOMP 2016 Form (pdf)

REGISTER BY MAIL:
DEADLINE AUGUST 7, 2015

All mail-in entries must be postmarked by August 5, 2016. Registration will be available at the Road Runners Pavilion in Centennial Park located on Michigan Street on Sunday, 9/4/16 from 2-4 p.m. and on race day, Monday, 9/5/16 from 7-8 a.m. at the same location.

START TIMES & START LINE
All athletes will line up on Michigan Street near the entrance of the KFC parking lot.
1-mile Fun Run will start at 8:30 a.m. and finish before the start of the Stomp.
15k Wheelchair Race will start at 9 a.m.
5k & 15k Races will start together immediately following the start of the wheelchair race.

ENTRY FEE
**Shirt sizes are only guaranteed with pre-registration by 8/5/2016
5k, 15k & 15k Wheelchair race entries postmarked before 8/5/2016....$27
5k, 15k & 15k Wheelchair race entries received after 8/6/2016.........$35
Fun Run with T-Shirt....$10 Fun Run with no T-shirt.....$5
ONLINE REGISTRATION closes at 6:00 p.m. on 9/2/16................$25

Make checks payable to: Adams Street Ministries, Inc.
P.O. Box 104
Plymouth, IN  46563
** We ONLY accept Credit/Debit Cards for Online Registration **

RACE PACKET PICK-UP
Packets may be picked up at the Road Runner Pavilion in Centennial Park on 9/4/16 from 2-4 p.m. and on Race Day from 7-8 a.m. Parking is available in several lots around the park for a small fee.

1-MILE FUN RUN starting at 8:30
This is a non-competitive run mainly for children and starts at the south edge of Centennial Park.

5K COURSE
Starting at the south edge of Centennial Park, this is a beautiful out-and-back tree-lined course through residential Plymouth. Official times will be given up to 50 minutes. Course closes at 11 a.m. At that point all athletes must move to the sidewalks & follow normal traffic laws.

15K COURSE
This course also starts at the south edge of Centennial Park through downtown Plymouth and out into the beautiful countryside. This is an out-and-back course that follows the 5K course for the first & last three quarters of a mile viewed by 50,000 spectators. The 5k & 15k courses split on Oakhill Ave. soon after the 15k course becomes a challenge to even the best of runners with its rolling hills. Water is available at the starting line area and several different areas along the course and at the finish. Course closes at 11 a.m. At that point all athletes must move to the sidewalks & follow normal traffic laws.

Awards
OVERALL AWARDS to the top 3 male & female finishers in 5k, 15k and 15k Wheelchair race.
1st: $125.00          2nd: $50.00          3rd: $25.00
AGE GROUP AWARDS will follow the overall awards ceremony.

**REMINDER** THIS IS A CHARITY and in order to keep costs & entry fees down we DO NOT mail unclaimed prizes or prize money. It is your responsibility to see that your winnings are picked up during the awards ceremony. :

Age Bracket
12 & under
13 - 18
19 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

RECORD HOLDERS
15K Male Greg Orman 45:21
15K Female Diana Bussa 52:51


FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE BLUEBERRY STOMP
Contact Kristen Keim at blueberrystomp@gmail.com

FOR LODGING click here.

Race numbers must be visible (preferably still attached) to receive prizes and food.

NO REFUNDS (INCLUDING INCLEMENT WEATHER)

FIND US on FACEBOOK at BLUEBERRYSTOMP INDIANA

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2014 Stomp Results

2013 Stomp Results

2012 Stomp Results

2011 Stomp Results

2011 Blueberry Age Group Results


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