Hansgiving Fun Run

Hansgiving Fun Run

Hans, who passed away on Thanksgiving weekend in 2014, owned FootWorks along with his wife Laurie. In 2015, we ran on Thanksgiving in his honor and want to continue the tradition. There were just about 20 of us back then. The run swelled to 435 in 2016 and 460 in 2017! We since been consistently drawing a huge crowd in the mid-400s.

  P H O T O S

The 3.8 mile run or walk begins on Hans Huseby Run. This is 57 Ct on Sunset Dr on the west side of FootWorks.

Don’t forget to wear your TeamFootWorks shirts for the socially distant group photo

RUN DETAILS
• Every Thanksgiving at 7:00am
• FootWorks, 5724 Sunset Dr across from the Barnes & Noble
• FREE parking until 9:00am!

NO ENTRY FEES!
This is a free event. We are limiting participation to help maintain social distancing. Face coverings are required pre and post run/walk. Thank you for your cooperation. Please RSVP by clicking here.

PERKS
It’s FREE, but please RSVP here .
• The Fun Run course won’t be crowded
• Free parking until 9am

Click to RSVP

MORNING SCHEDULE
• 6:00am: Meet at FootWorks, 5724 Sunset Dr. There’s free curbside parking until 9am.
• Do not enter the store. Bathrooms will be open upstairs. Enter through the double glass doors on Red Rd and go up the stairs. The bathrooms are just by the landing.
• 6:50am to 6:55am: Laurie will address the crowd. Keep social distancing in mind.
• 6:56am to 7:04am: The group will be smaller this year so we’ll spread out in front of the Hans Huseby Rd sign by Spris Pizza for a socially distant group photo. Please wear your TeamFootWorks shirts.
• 7:05am: 3.8ish mile run begins. Run or walk or both. Go as far as you’d like. Turn around at 80th Street for about 1 mile, turn around at Dante Fascell Park for about 2 miles, and going right instead of left to the railing will make it about 3.
• Course will be marked with yard signs
• 8:15am: Go Enjoy Thanksgiving with your families

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Comments

  1. Steve
    Steve 18 October, 2019, 17:56

    Is there a kids thanksgiving race?

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    • Eddie Suarez
      Eddie Suarez Author 28 October, 2019, 20:39

      Hello Steve! This is a fun run, not an official race. Bring the kids and have them run as long as they can.

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