Dublin Pub host the city’s premier St Patrick’s Day party and we want you to come celebrate with us! Jameson is the presenting sponsor of the one mile run. Want to add to the party? Add the POUND class to your registration and channel your inner rockstar with this full body cardio-jam session inspired by the infectious, energizing, and sweat-dripping fun of playing the drums. Want to plan your race calendar? Add either the Celtic Festival 5K or 10K to your registration and join us in July.
The Dubin Pub One Mile Race, presented by Jameson, offers a ton of great swag!
- Event Logo Tee
- Finisher medal/drink glass
- Jameson beads
- One Jameson shot or drink
- Entry into the Dublin Pub St Patrick’s Day party on March 16th and 17th (regularly priced $10)
- Custom Themed Event Bib
Event Schedule (subject to change)
Race day (Dublin Pub)
4:30pm – Registration and packet pickup opens
5:00pm – Pound Class
5:50pm – Costume Contest at the start line
6:00pm – One Mile start
6:05pm – Dublin Pub after party
$25 February 14 – 28
$30 March 1 – 15
$35 Race day, March 16
Add the Celtic Festival 5K/10K for $20!
The course will run through Downtown Dayton. You must maintain a 20 min/mile pace.
When it comes to college basketball, THE ROAD STARTS HERE! Dayton, Ohio is host to the annual NCAA First Four which kicks off March Madness!
Here in Dayton we make it more than just about basketball, it’s four full days of activities and the start of all those festivities is the Big Hoopla 4 Miler. On Selection Sunday, we start the day with a 4 miler that starts and finishes right in the heart of downtown Dayton. The course crosses over two rivers, skirts by three Metroparks, and is as fast as it is scenic.
Continue the tradition or start a new one! Join us on Thanksgiving for this 5K event that benefits the Beavercreek Youth Wrestling program
Registration is now open for the Special Wish Foundation’s Superhero Donut Run, which will take place on Sat, May 15th at Centerville High School. Come out in your Superhero Costume and run to help grant the Special Wishes of Dayton area children who are battling life-threatening illnesses. The 5K, 10K, and Fun Run begins and ends at Centerville High School football stadium. Join us after the race for food and of course, Bill’s Donut’s!
Participants must wear masks until the race actually starts. The mask or face covering must cover your nose, mouth, and chin. Though our physical contact with participants will be minimal, hand sanitizer will be provided at the start and finish line areas.
Schedule of Events (subject to change)
Registration and packet pick up opens 7:30am
Kids Fun Run (ages 8 and under) start 9am
10K start 9:20am
5K start 9:20am
Participants are required to self screen and must be free of symptoms and illness for 14 days prior to the race. Symptomatic participants may not participate. You will be asked covid symptom related questions at packet pick up. There is no paper registration available. There will be no onsite registration on race morning. You must register online by 9 am on race day. Register here.
Now through April 24 (shirt guaranteed)
Fun Run (not timed) $15
Want to support the race but aren’t able to attend in person? Register for the virtual option and pick up your race items at packet pickup or choose to have them mailed to you. Cost for shipping and handling will be $12.50.
The pricing, shirt and medal are all the same! Simply post a pic of your run using #aswrun.
Submit your time by May 15th at 11:15am
Race proceeds support the St. Patrick School Alumni & Friends Fund. Managed by the Troy Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization.
Get your race packet early on Friday, 3/13, 4-6 PM at the stadium! Or same-day check-in begins at 7:30 AM.
In the world of running, competing in a 5K race, so named because it’s 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) long, is a favorite goal among fledgling runners because the distance is short enough that even beginners can build up enough stamina, strength, and skill to be ready to compete in a few months. Many runners consider a good finishing time for a 5K to be anything under 25 minutes. To manage that would mean running at a pace of around 8 minutes per mile, which would mean finishing in 24 minutes, 51 seconds (24:51). For comparison, a person running at a pace of 10 minutes/mile would finish a 5K in 31:04, while someone moving at a pace of 12 minutes/mile would finish in 37:17. If it took you 17 minutes 27 seconds to go one mile, your predicted 5K finishing time would be 58 minutes and 2 seconds. Whether you’re already a runner or new to the game, training for a 5K is definitely something you can do. Pick a race and get registered, start a training plan, and get yourself ready for race day.
Check out these upcoming races this month, or plan ahead for other upcoming running events.
Join us at the race that only happens once every four years! You can run/walk the 2.29K or the 2.29M distance or run the 20.20K. You’re guaranteed to earn a PR! This is a family friendly event, so bring your kids for the free kids run! Your registration includes an infinity band (similar to a Buff) and post race celebration (details pending).
Three frogs will start the 20.20K race 30 seconds ahead of everyone. Think you can beat them? If you do, you’ll receive a special award!
Join us at the Chocolate and Beer 5K/10K and celebrate with your friends and loved ones! Choose your distance and and shirt (vintage style short sleeve tee or super soft French terry hoodie). After the race, join stay for the post race celebration which includes a post race beverage and appetizers.
Registration (no additional fees!)
Celebrate the season with friends and family at a fun 5K run/walk which begins and ends on the track. In years past, we’ve offered handmade finisher “medals” (aka ornaments).
The Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run is the original festive race for charity. It’s where you can strut your stuff in your favorite holiday costume and FEEL GOOD about DOING GOOD. Together, we’ll jingle all the way to a cure – and have a fantastic time every step we take! Bring a team of friends, family and co-workers to run or walk. Get your jingle on and spread the Spirit of Yes: Yes to having fun and celebrating what you love. Yes to living life to the fullest. Yes to conquering arthritis for good. 100% of your registration fee and fundraising go to a great cause!
What a great way to have fun over the Thanksgiving Weekend with family and friends!
Running and walking in the beautiful Eastwood MetroPark in Dayton, Ohio.
The races kick off with the Kids Fun Run at 8:50 am followed by the 5k and 10k starting at 9:00 am.