Proceeds from the 5K race and 1 mile run will benefit Brisbane’s Movin and Groovin Lipman Running Club.
Reach for a Star 5K
Both Reach for a Star 5K races start and finish at Sierra Point in Brisbane, CA (the city of stars), just south of San Francisco. The mostly flat course loops around the Sierra point area before going along the San Francisco Bay Trail (bike path), giving participants views of the bay and possibly even some pelicans. The 5K course is USATF certified (certification# CA18001) so that times run in this race would be eligible for records or official Personal Records (PRs).
Women’s Only 5K (Competitive) – 8:00am start
We will have a separate heat for women this year. ALL women competiting in the USATF Grand Prix should enter this heat. USATF membership is not required to enter this heat and any woman looking to compete for time are welcome to run in this heat.
All Comers 5K (all genders) – 9:00am start
This heat is open to runners, joggers, and walkers of all abilities. USATF men are expected to compete in this heat.
T-shirts are only guaranteed to those who pre-register by May 18, 2019. Check out the registration page to learn more about prices and how to register.
The Reach for a Star 5K is part of the Pacific Association-USA Track & Field (PAUSATF) Road Grand Prix. The race is open to runners and walkers of all abilities; however, PAUSATF membership is required to be eligible for prize money payouts. For information on becoming a member, visit the PA-USATF website.
For those not quite ready to handle the 5K race, there is an option to participate in the one mile fun run. Information about prices and instructions about how to register are available on the registration page.
Race Day Schedule
Bib number and T-shirts will be distributed on race day.
Race day registration and bib pickup begins: 6:30am
Reach for a Star Women’s 5K start: 8:00am
Reach for a Star All Comers 5K start: 9:00am
Student/Community 1-Mile Run start: 10:00am
Age-group awards for the 5K will be given for the top three finishers 19 and under and in 5-year age groups after that (ie 20-24, 25-29, 30-34).
Medals will be awarded to those who reached their goals.