Race Details

The fun run (mile) and 5k starts downtown Washington near the Post Office on Main Street & heads north over the Walnut Creek Bridge to the designated turn around. The fun run is a NON TIMED race but will have a race clock- Start Time 9 AM

The 5k is a TIMED super fast FLAT out and back also over the old bridge.  There is only one short hill, near the finish, so save a little something for that:-)  Start Time 9:30AM

Race is USATF sanctioned/certified #OK12108DG

Registration Fees

REGISTER by March 4, 2019 to be guaranteed your shirt size.

-Fun Mile $15 all ages 

-5K Adult $30

-5K 17 & under Youth $20

AFTER Feb 21 price increases $5


First Youth male and female finisher across the line in the fun mile receive the Mile Champion award!



Top 3 OVERALL Male And Female Finishers

Top 3 Male and Female each age group




From I-35 Norman: Take Goldsby exit 104 and go south on Hwy 74, about 7 miles to Washington, bear right at stop sign, head west 1/2 mile towards Main Street 4 way stop sign.

From I-35 Purcell: Take Ladd Rd exit 101, turn west, go 1 mile to Hwy 74 stop sign, turn left and go about 4 miles to Washington, then same as above.

Parking is recommended to the East/SE of Main street near baseball fields and surrounding streets and at First Baptist Church.  Race will start near Post Office and Altheas Vault Cafe and Bakery

Opens November 2018

Bid me Run and I will strive with things impossible


My nine year old daughter and I participated in the 5K portion of this event this year and last year (1st and 2nd annual). This is a great run for families with small children. A relatively large proportion of the runners were kids (unlike many 5Ks, where our daughter is often the only one under 15); she loved running with lots of other children (and playing before and after the race). The course is largely flat, open, is on a good surface and is very safe, so you can let your child run at her own pace and not worry about her; much of the course is visible from most other points on the course. There are lots of supportive adults around to help, as well. It really feels as though the local community turns out to support the runners, and there was great post-race food. We are looking forward to the 3rd annual! - Phillip Crawford