Packet Pick Up and Walk In Registration - Saturday, April 25
- 5K and Meghan’s Mile Packet Pick Up and Walk-in Registration: 11 AM - 1PM – Chatham High School gymnasium
- First 350 to show up receive special early-bird gift! Avoid the lines on Sunday morning. Come Saturday to pick up your packet or register.
Race Day - Sunday, April 26
- Packet Pick Pick-Up, Last Chance Registration,
Chatham HS gym:
Meghan’s Mile: 9 AM – 10 AM
5K: 10 AM – 11 AM
- Meghan’s Mile Youth Race: 11:30 AM
5K Run: 12:00 Noon
Awards: 1:00 PM
Meghan's Mile —
Sunday, April 26, 11:30 AM
Youth Race for 12 and Under and Shorter Walk for All. A half mile out and a half mile back to finish line.
Learn more about Meghan
Male Course Record - Chase Werner, 12, Stuyvesant, NY, 5:51
Female Course Record– Kaylee Scott, 11, Castleton-on-Hudson,
Awards for Meghan’s Mile
The Newkirk Award – to first Overall Boy and Overall Girl. Age group awards to top three boys and top three girls in each group: 6 and under, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12
Register here >>
5K Run and Community Walk —
Sunday, April 26, 12:00 Noon
Runners/Walkers/Joggers of All Ages and Abilities. USATF Certified and accurately measured 3.1-mile course, includes Main Street, past the historic Crandell Theater and the famous Chatham Clock Tower.
Male Course Record: 15:18 - Matthew Forys (Sean’s Cousin),
2008 & 2013, New York, NY
Female Course Record: 18:16 - Kara-Lynn Kerr,
2005, Albany, NY
Awards for 5K
The Jack McGrath Award — to first Overall Male and Overall Female. Age group awards to top three men and top three women in each group:
12 and under, 13-15, 16-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 – 79, 80 and over.
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Start and finish at Chatham High School, Village of Chatham, Columbia County, NY. Just 40 minutes south of Albany.
Great Entrant Giveaways
First 1,200 entrants are guaranteed to receive an 14th Anniversary commemorative Sean’s Run T-shirt..
Music… Before, During and After the Run
Music is a special feature of Sean’s Run.
Post Race Refreshments
An assortment of nutritional treats to re-fuel will be waiting at the finish for all entrants.
No dogs allowed. No bikes, skates or head phones. Baby joggers allowed but must line up at back of the pack for the start.
Be sure to check out the Prevention Education Expo with loads of information to help teens make safe and healthy choices, the Introduction of the Winners of our Grants and Scholarships and the fast-moving World Championship Battle of the Belts seatbelt buckling contest for students.
Sean’s Run is timed by ARE Event Productions using Bib #s with embedded timing chips provided to each participant. Bib #s must be worn on the front of your shirt. There is no need to return chips at the finish line.
Race results will be posted at this website and in the Register Star and Chatham Courier newspapers.
Extra Contributions – Where does the money go?
Money raised at Sean’s Run is contributed to fund programs implemented by schools, youth organizations, MADD and RID that combat underage drinking, impaired driving and teens’ lax use of seatbelts. Also, Sean’s Run funds scholarships going to deserving seniors from across the region. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and participants, Sean’s Run has contributed over $183,000 since 2002.