Race Entry Giveaway: Buffalo Stampede 10-mile Run

Okay it is giveaway time and who doesn’t like a free race entry right? Well here is your chance to run in one of Sacramento’s oldest races for FREE! Check out the Rafflecopter information below on various ways to enter. Before you enter check out all the awesome info about the Buffalo Stampede that is being ran on September 8, 2013.

THE WHAT
39th Annual Buffalo Stampede 10 Mile Race & George Parrott 10 Mile Run/Walk

THE WHEN
September 8, 2013.
7 a.m. Parrott Migration 10 Mile Run/Walk
8 a.m. Buffalo Stampede 10 Mile Race & Relay

THE WHERE
Rio Americano High School

THE WHY
Some of the proceeds from the race will go to support athletic programs at nearby schools, including Rio Americano High School and C.K. McClatchy High School. Some of the proceeds also benefits “Fit For Girls”, a local program for middle-school girls.

Additional Race Information

The Buffalo Stampede & the George Parrott Migration both start and finish at Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, California.  Held on the first Sunday after Labor Day, this local tradition kicks off the start of fall’s racing season.  The fast and certified course is part of the Buzz Oates Run Sac Race Series.  It is one of the four events that the Buffalo Chips Running Club sponsors each year.  Along with the Stampede, Migration, and the 5-Mile Relay, the morning’s festivities include the popular free kids run that is overseen by Rio Americano’s High School cross country team. There is a $200 bonus prize if you break the course record!

The Buffalo Stampede Course record is:
Rich McCandless 49:07 (1988)    Lisabet Sunshine 1:00:01.6 (2009)

For further information or to register visit www.buffalochips.com/stampede

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10 thoughts on “Race Entry Giveaway: Buffalo Stampede 10-mile Run

  1. My fave distance to race is the 10k or any race that requires a Cape. 🙂

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  2. Capes are always an added bonus!

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  3. Half marathon! Tough 5ks are starting to grow on me 🙂

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  4. I love a fast 10k, but 13.1 is my favorite. I've also LOVED doing relays such as the Ragnar.

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  5. I am running my first Relay this August at Hood to Coast!

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  6. 13.1 is a fun distance, a mix of fast and long

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  7. half marathon is my favorite distance!

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  8. Favorite distance is the 50k =)

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  9. 50k … ummm that's a lot of k's 🙂

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  10. The 13.1 is an awesome distance.

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