Do you like to run?  Are you an avid running who doesn't mind running in the cold? Even if you don't like to run, especially in the cold, you can still take part in this amazing fundraiser.

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Get Fit's annual Cold as Ice Run is taking place this weekend and you can still get registered.

I'll be honest, I'm not a runner and would probably die if I had to run down my block, much less a mile, 5k or 10k.  However, I know Amarillo is filled with runners and you may be one of those who loves a great challenge.

How Far is the Run?

You can run a 10K, 5K, or 1 mile in the Cold As Ice Run this Saturday, January 29th.   The races will begin at 8:30am at Get Fit located at 1911 S. Georgia.

Where Can I Register?

You can register online here, until January 27th.  Packet pick up for the race will be Friday, January 28th at Get Fit from 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Is there a cost to register?

The cost is $25 and the first 200 to register will get a free t-shirt

What is the race route?

The race will start at Get Fit and continue through the Wolflin Area, you can see a race route here.

Does this Race Benefit Anyone?

The Cold As Ice Race benefits the Bridge Children's Advocacy Center.

The Bridge Children's Advocacy Center is a comprehensive, child-focused program that offers a highly effective, one-step approach to child abuse investigations. The facility allows law enforcement, child protection professionals, prosecutors, and the mental health communities to work together to assist victims of child abuse and sexual assault in a cohesive manner. 

Bundle up and get ready to run for a great cause this Saturday!

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