About This Event
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the 8th annual Panther Run on Saturday, October 6th, 2018!
Hosted by Drury University and benefiting Care to Learn, the Panther Run features 5K, 10K, and 15K routes and a chance to win over $20,000 in awards and prizes! All participants will receive a high-quality long-sleeve hooded shirt. Register by September 1st to guarantee your shirt size and take advantage of Early Bird pricing. More information can be found at www.Panther-Run.com.
Proceeds from the Panther Run benefit Care to Learn-Springfield and Chapters across southwest Missouri. Care to Learn's mission is to provide immediate funding to meet emergent needs in the areas of health, hunger, and hygiene so every student can be successful in school.
12-6 PM: Registration and Packet Pickup
6-7 AM: Registration and Packet Pickup
7:30 AM: 15K
7:40 AM: 10K
7:50 AM: 5K
8:00 AM: 5K Walk
NEW This Year - 5K Teacher Appreciation Walk!
The theme of Panther Run #8 is Teachers are Great! In recognition of what teachers and school staff do for the students in our communities, we are hosting a 5K Teacher Appreciation Walk at the Panther Run. All participants will receive the Panther Run hooded shirt. Please note the walk will not be timed.
Also NEW This Year - Run Across Springfield 5K Series
Care to Learn is proud to partner with The Bass Pro Shops Fitness Series and OneSolePurpose to promote health and wellness, and raise money for local students by creating a new 5K Series – Run Across Springfield. This series provides participants with three unique racecourses, each highlighting different areas of Springfield. Participate in the OneSolePurpose 5K on Sept. 8th, the Panther Run on Oct. 6th, and the Bass Pro News-Leader 5K on Nov. 4th to receive a special Run Across Springfield 5K Series shirt and medal upon completion of the final race! To register for the other races in the 5K Series, visit the OneSolePurpose website at goo.gl/AkvVLBand the Bass Pro News-Leader 5K registration site at goo.gl/gXXJGw. Three months, three 5Ks, good health, and supporting our youth - a winning combination for our community