2021 RACE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Lander Community Foundation intends to host the three traditional Challenge for Charities events - the half marathon, 5K, and 1 Mile - on July 4th, 2021. Decisions about how to structure the events, including possible caps on participation, will not be made until May 1st. We intend to open race registration no earlier than May 1st. If you would like to stay up to date on race announcements, please subscribe to the mailing list by going to https://www.landercommunityfoundation.org/c4crace so that you can be notified as decisions are made and registration is open. Thank you for your interest, we hope to see you on the 4th of July!
TENTATIVE RACE INFORMATION
2021 Challenge for Charities Lander Half Marathon, 5K, and 1 Mile
Sunday, July 4, 2020
Registration: Will not be enabled until May 1 or later.
6:00 AM - Half Marathon
6:30 AM - 5K Wave Start
8:45 AM - 1 Mile Wave Start
Courses close at 9:30 AM. Routes and distances are subject to change.
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Lander Community Foundation Challenge for Charities
In order to achieve the Lander Community Foundation’s mission of promoting philanthropy and creating a stronger Lander community, the foundation sponsors the annual Challenge for Charities, a community-wide fundraiser, that culminates in the Lander Half Marathon, 5K and Kids' 1 Mile.
Early registration is highly encouraged. Prices increase by $5 on June 28 for the Half Marathon and 5K. 1 Mile prices will remain the same. Register early to select your preferred t-shirt size. Those registering after June 18 will not be guaranteed a t-shirt.
A pancake breakfast after the race in Centennial Park, hosted by Kiwanis Club, is included in your race registration and may be purchased by non-registrants at the park.
The parade begins at 10 AM.
You have the added convenience of purchasing Lander Rotary Buffalo BBQ tickets at registration. Lander Rotary's Annual Buffalo BBQ runs from 11 AM-2 PM at City Park. Stick around for the amazing fireworks display in the evening - it will be an unforgettable experience.
If you are coming from out of town, we encourage you to book your lodging early. 4th of July is a big event in Lander and draws in a very large crowd.
Participants are STRONGLY encouraged to pick up their race bibs prior to the event at Wild Iris Mountain Sports, 166 Main Street, July 3rd, 9 AM-7 PM to avoid race-morning lines and delays. If necessary, race bibs may also be picked up on race day from 5:30 AM until the various races start.
Registration on July 2-4
Participants are STRONGLY encouraged to register early.
Online registration will end on July 2 at 10 AM.
In-person registration will be on July 3 from 9 AM-7 PM at Wild Iris Mountain Sports, 166 Main Street in Lander. Please bring your credit or debit card.
In-person registration will be on July 4 from 5:30-6:20 AM at Centennial Park on the 200 block of Main Street in Lander. Please bring your credit or debit card.
Interactive route maps, elevation profiles, and downloadable files can be found here:
Bag Drop and Bike Corral
There will be a bag drop and bike corral available at Centennial Park on July 4th. Ride your bike to the park and avoid parking hassles. You may also "check" extra clothing layers at the bike corral.
Due to the safety of participants, no roller skates, inline skates, roller skis, scooters, and skateboards allowed on the course. Foot traffic, strollers, and wheel chairs are welcome.
Race registration and BBQ tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.
Post-race lost and found will be at Wild Iris Mountain Sports. Items will be held for one week and then donated.