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Trace Pitman 5K set for August 13

From Julie Dennis

The Trace Pitman 5K will take place at 8amET on Saturday August 13, 2022, at the Trace Pitman Greenway city park in Campbellsville, KY. While there is no exact address to our start line, parking can be found in the general area of the Trace Fork/Gene Cash side of the Trace Pitman walking trail. There will be signs and volunteers to direct you to the best parking location.

The Trace Pitman 5,000 is a late summer 5K run through the blacktop trails along the Trace Fork Creek, hosted by the Campbellsville University Cross Country team.

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For an additional $5 donation on race day, runners will have the option to request collegiate athletes to pace them to hit their goal times. Last year, winners were able to clock times of 16:42 for the men and 18:22 for the women.

In its second running, this event will look to provide an extremely fast and flat course that is shaded and snakes along to beautiful creekside path. The race will take place in out-and-back fashion, but a long gravel loop will deter a direct 180 degree turn, providing the fastest route for the run as possible.

Awards will be given to the top three individuals overall for each gender, as well as the top two individuals for each age group.

This story was posted on 2022-07-21 14:30:14
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