BRKTHRU is proud to host the fifth annual Hampton Homecoming 5K run in memory of Yusuf Scott Neville. The run will take place on Sunday, October 28th, at 10:00am and will conclude with post-run activities at 1:00pm.
The run is intended to be a platform to celebrate the life and memory of a friend, classmate, and brother. Why run? Yusuf stressed the importance of being active and enjoying the gifts of running. Researchers have found that the endorphins released while running actually attach themselves to parts of the brain responsible for emotion. The more endorphins released, the stronger the feeling of euphoria. Running also releases serotonin, which is a natural mood lifter.
BRKTHRU finds purpose in revealing that unknown in the whole health of those closest to us. Whether a friend is simply having a bad day or there is something deeper, BRKTHRU aims to change the way we care about and for one another's mental fitness.
All monies from registration will go to fund the non-profit, BRKTHRU, started in Yusuf's honor and will help cover expenses for the 5K run. If you can't make the run, don’t worry, you can make your presence known and support by signing to join the BRKTHRU Virtual Team.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Please bring your ID with you for check-in at the homecoming bazaar.
If I don’t make the homecoming bazaar, can I check in elsewhere?
Yes, Trey Barnette (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Mitch Brown (email@example.com) will be available to service your check-in or registrations needs at the Homecoming Tailgate. If you don’t make the tailgate either, just shoot us an email and we will accommodate your location and schedule.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is plenty of parking available at the Hampton Roads Golf Course
Will there be a bag check at the event?
Yes, registrants will have bag check for personal belongings. If you come via car, feel free to leave personal items in your car as well.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Is my registration transferrable? Is my registration refundable?
Yes, your registration may be transferred to another person, just notify the run organizer at least 24 hours prior to the run.
No, run registration fees are not refundable.
Is this event rain or shine?
Yes, the run will take place rain, snow. sleet, or shine. Although we hope for sunshine, please dress appropriately for the elements.
Join us on October 16th as we celebrate homecoming, promote mental fitness and remember a great Hampton graduate. The Yusuf Neville Hampton Homecoming 5K will take place on and around the campus of Hampton University with all proceeds benefitting BRKTHRU.
Every journey begins with a first step! Eustress Inc. and BRKTHRU present Charlotte's First Annual Let's Talk About It Mental Health Awareness Walk.
Please join us as we improve lives in our communities one step at a time. The #LetsTalkAboutIt Walk will be held at Park Road Park on May 21, 2016. Through this event's public display of support for people with mental health challenges, we are changing how Americans view mental illness and encouraging all to not be afraid to TALK ABOUT IT!
Registration check-in for the Walk begins at 8:30AM.
Vendors promoting resources to holistically improve one's mental health will be available beginning at 9:00AM.
A free Yoga session by Danielle Terrell of Zeal For Life Dance Company begins at 9:30AM. Don't forget your mat and towel!
Interested in being a sponsor or a vendor? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more details!
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Our discount code is: BRKTMM16
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Last year’s turn out was so amazing that we brought the RunGHOE 5k back! For our 2nd Annual GHOE 5k, we are partnering with creative visionary Craig Stokes, the fellas behind GHOE, and the amazing people of BRKTHRU. We are combining our talents to ensure this year’s run is bigger and better!
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A great scenic course that takes you through some of Richmond’s most historic neighborhoods, culminating in a downhill finish in the heart of downtown. On-course support featuring live bands, DJs, spirit groups and Party Zones guaranteed to give you that extra burst of energy. Unique features, including junk food stops and wet washcloths along the course, as well as hot pizza and a complimentary massage to greet you at the finish line. Even an online registration system that doesn’t hit you with extra fees to sign up. It’s what led Runner’s World to confirm what we’ve been saying all along: The Anthem Richmond Marathon truly is “America’s Friendliest Marathon”
Half Marathon: The half marathon race course starts and finishes in the shadow of the Washington Monument. Passing many of Washington, DC Memorials, the course takes runners along the scenic Rock Creek Parkway and fast and flat East and West Potomac Parks.
5 Miler: The 5-mile race course starts and finishes in the shadow of the Washington Monument. It takes runners South to East Potomac Park, around Haines Point, and back to the Washington Monument.