Before you dig into your Thanksgiving feast, join the Scott County YMCA for their 31st Annual Turkey Trot!  There is a 1 mile, 5K, and 5-mile option.

Packet Pick Up & Late Registration (at Davenport YMCA, 606 W 2nd Street)

Wednesday, November 23rd – 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Thursday, November 24th – 6:30 – 8 AM

 

Schedule of Events

8:30 a.m.            1 Mile Family Fun Run

9 a.m.                 5K Run/Walk (with FREE Child Watch)

9:05 a.m.            5 Mile Run/Walk (with FREE Child Watch)

10 a.m.               Post-Race Party with free refreshments in the Y Parking Lot

 

 

Course Information

The race starts/finishes on West 2nd Street, Downtown Davenport – in front of the Davenport Family YMCA

 

1 Mile – fast and flat.

5K Certified Course – 2nd Street, left on Main Street (hill), turn after Locust, head back down Main Street (downhill), right on 2nd street…FINISH.

5-Mile Certified Course – 2nd Street, left on Main Street (hill), right on Lombard Street, left on Brady Street, left on Central Park, enter flat Vander Veer Park, left on Central Park, left on Harrison Street, left on Lombard Street, right on Main Street (downhill), right on 2nd Street…FINISH.

 

Professional Race Timing and Scoring, provided by The End Result Company – www.EndResultCompany.com

 

Parking is available at: Modern Woodman Park, 209 S Gaines Street, Davenport, Iowa

 

Awards

1 Mile Family Fun Run:

Prize for fastest girl & boy.

Ribbons to all child participants.

 

5-Mile Certified Run/Walk:

Prize for overall male and female winner.

 

Overall winners are not eligible for age-group awards.

 

Age Group Awards

For the first (3) places in male & female age groups.

 

For all event-related questions, please visit https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=131282

 

Missy Huff – Bettendorf YMCA Branch Director & Turkey Trot Race Director

email: mhuff@scottcountyfamilyy.org | Ph: 563.359.9622

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