The race, which draws a field of 30,000 and already had been postponed from April 20 to Sept. 14, will be replaced by a virtual event.
The Girls on the Run 5K experience is the culminating event of the season and is key to celebrating the girls’ accomplishments. Despite not having the large group celebratory 5K events, Girls on the Run Northeast Tennessee is hosting a Girls on the Run Virtual 5K.
The recent cancellations and postponements of various events hit close to home for many people, but local road racing took a hard hit when state and federal governments began banning large gatherings.
Additions to the Upcoming Events list this week include a sunset hike at Warriors Path, Kingsport Parks & Rec adult softball and the Appalachia Railroad Days 5K.
Events coming up soon include the Kingsport Parks and Recreation Department’s Glow Dodgeball tournament and the Surgoinsville 10-Miler, which is part of the Skelton Law Racing Series.
Is your child interested in playing baseball, softball, soccer or T-ball? Registration is underway in many areas around our region, including with Church Hill/Mount Carmel/Surgoinsville Rec and Kingsport Parks & Rec.
New to this week’s Upcoming Events list are several Kingsport Parks and Recreation events: youth baseball, softball and T-ball signups as well as a Glow Dodgeball tournament.
Among the newest additions to the Times News Upcoming Events list are the races for the Skelton Law Racing Series, Milligan’s soccer ID camp and volleyball camps at ETSU and Tusculum.
Sasha Neglia capped off her high school career finishing 24th in a field of 201 runners with a time of 18:09.0 at the Nike Cross Nationals at Glendoveer Golf Course in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday.
To submit an event, email [email protected], fax listing information to (423) 392-1385 or contact the Sports Department after 6 p.m. at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 4323.
When Robert Frost penned the line “and miles to go before I sleep,” he was encouraging the reader to accomplish as much in his life as possible. Kingsport’s Scott White, a local runner, has taken that line to heart.
Sasha Neglia broke both her meet and course records in winning a fourth straight Big 11 cross country championship Thursday at Steele Creek Park. For Neglia, however, the bigger accomplishment was leading her team to the title.