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Register for the 2013 Bloody Buddy Challenge and 5K

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The Bloody Buddy 5K Challenge course will include push ups, calisthenics, the fireman carry, buddy drag, piggyback carry and the US Army Major General Jimmie J. Wells Challenge consisting of 100 upper body and 100 core exercises, with plenty of running in between!

The course is a beautiful scenic route with mixed terrain through Highwood and Fort Sheridan. It will start in front of Bent Fork Bakery, at Walker Avenue and Sheridan Road, and go north into the beautiful grounds of Fort Sheridan and loop back to the finish/start line. If you don’t have a partner in mind, race organizers will pair up the singles and no participant will race alone. This race is not about the fastest time, it’s about putting yourself to the test, having fun, and taking pride in your efforts while working as a team!

Participants will receive a commemorative T-shirt. View Design [PDF 1.8MB]

For those not interested in participating in the Bloody Buddy Challenge, there will be a separate 5K run.

Packet Pick-Up Party & Bloody Mary Tasting with Hoosier Momma Bloody Mary Mix and Van Gogh Vodka

When: Friday, September 6th from 9-11am

Where: Equinox, 799 Central Ave. Highland Park, IL 60035

What: To pick up race goodie bags and learn how to make specialty bloody mary's and other fun recipes with Hoosier Momma's versatile Bloody Mary Mix, Van Gogh Vodka, and Bloody Mary Fest winner, Gabe's Backstage Lounge mixologist! Enjoy Hoosier Momma gazpacho and plantains and chimichurri from South American restaurant, Longitud315 in Highwood.

All registrants are eligible to participate in the Equinox Fast Lane Class. Click here for more information.

Also the Bloody Buddy is benefitting:

Huntington's Disease Society of America
Help for Today. Hope for Tomorrow.

www.hdsa.org

The Huntington’s Disease Society of America is the largest 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease. Huntington's disease (HD) is a devastating, hereditary, degenerative brain disorder that results in a loss of cognitive, behavioral and physical control, and for which, presently, there is no cure.

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