Butterfield & Vallis 5k Road Race On Feb 1st

January 19, 2015

With another International Race Weekend behind us, the next event on the running calendar is the Butterfield & Vallis 5k on Sunday, February 1st. Last year was a record year for this event with over 800 participants.

The race starts and finishes at Butterfield & Vallis on Woodlands Road, and Steven DeSilva and his Bermuda Timing team will once again be doing the chip timing.

The event kicks off at 9.00am with the Primary and Middle School boys and girls running the 2.7k route and at 9.30 the Senior School students and adults will run the 5k route. Walkers will start right behind the runners.

Start of the 2012 Butterfield & Vallis 5k race

The BNAA have instituted a ban on strollers being used in the competitive part of this event. Non-competitive walkers are still allowed to use strollers.

This event is promoted and organized by Butterfield & Vallis and assisted on race day by the Bermuda Union of Teachers and sanctioned by the BNAA. Proceeds from this event will go towards sending young athletes to the CUT Biennial Student Athletic Championships.

Entry forms are available at the SportSeller and at both Butterfield & Vallis locations or participants can enter online at www.racedayworld.com. Entry forms can also be downloaded on www.bv.bm

The main draw prizes are 2 pedal bikes from Winners’ Edge. The first 900 participants will receive a t-shirt & goodie bag. Medals will be given out to all finishers.

Paper entries close on Wednesday, January 28th @ 4.45pm Online entries close @ 5.00pm on Friday, January 30th Late registration & number pick-up is on Saturday, January 31st between 10.00am & 2.00pm at Butterfield & Vallis on Woodlands road.

There will be no late registration on race day For further information, please contact Terri Durrant, Butterfield & Vallis 236-6688 Ext. 416 or 335-4870 or email tdurrant@bv.bm

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