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Prices will increase at midnight Mountain Time on the dates listed above. Prices subject to change at 5K Foam Fest's discretion. NOTICE: Prices may vary depending on wave time. Please click the 'Register' button to see waves and wave pricing.
Please read through and familiarize yourself with the following rules before coming to the event. Round House Racing reserves the right to deny the participation of anyone not in accordance with these rules. Any such individual will be required to leave the event premises immediately.
For starters, yes, you will be getting so much more than the already rad 5K Foam Fest FREE Race T-shirt. You get the chance to win prizes. Also, take advantage of our nearly endless supply of FREE (temporary) tattoos—so you can get all tatted up for the day. Ace in the hole, and then a GOOOOOOAAAALLLLL!!!!!!!! ! Not to mention of you finish the run you get the coveted Foam Fest medal. While partying with us, you get FREE access to Games and Activities like: Foam Pit, Pull-Up Bar, Mud, Limbo, Minute to Win It games, etc. etc.
If you were registered by someone other than yourself and now need to edit your registration you will need to first "claim" that registration. To do so you will go to myevents.active.com and then either log in using an existing Active account or create a new one. From there you will enter in your Registration ID number into the blue box that says Claim Registration.
If you registered yourself or have claimed your registration and would like to edit or transfer your registration
When you're the type that works hard, plays hard and parties harder—you need a place where you can get some serious rest. Our host hotel is:
139 Pittsburgh Rd
Butler, PA 16001
$81 rate on June 14th-16th
Hilton Garden Inn
2000 Garden View Lane
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
$99 rate on June 14th-15th
“Welcome to our full service Hilton Garden Inn. We look forward to the opportunity to make Your Family, Our Family”
Thirsty? Well at the race you will get a free cold Mike's Hard Lemonade. That's right if you're over 21 the first Mike's Hard Lemonade is on us, so make sure you bring your ID to prove it (not available in all states).
We are currently looking for sponsors for 2013!
We invite you to join the fun by becoming one of our sponsors. Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org to see how your company can get involved. No support is too big…or too small. There are ample opportunities for your company to help us out as well as get your name in the arena of adventure racing.
Operation Walk Pittsburgh, a branch of a global health campaign bringing hope to many in need of orthopedic surgery, is led by Dr. Anthony DiGioia, and was formed in 2008.
Since Operation Walk Pittsburgh's inaugural international trip in August of 2009 to Antigua, Guatemala, the Pittsburgh team has performed 242 surgeries on 195 patients in three countries. The team returned to Guatemala in 2010 then traveled to Panama in 2011 and Honduras in 2012. Each year a team of over 50 volunteers is assembled with surgeons, anesthesiologists, physical therapists, medical technicians, nurses, sponsor representatives and dedicated family members. These trips not only serve as a way to Grant the Wish to Walk but also as an educational training opportunity to help better the skills of medical professionals worldwide.
In addition to international efforts, Operation Walk Pittsburgh is committed to serving the local community. Thanks to the support of two area hospitals—Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC and Butler Memorial Hospital, the team is able to reach more patients than ever before in need of hip and knee replacement surgery. Each of the patients receives free surgery as well as rehabilitation to begin their new lives.
Operation Walk is a private, not-for-profit, volunteer medical service organization that provides free surgical treatment for patients in developing countries and in the United States who have no access to life-improving care for arthritis or other debilitating bone and joint conditions. Operation Walk also educates in-country orthopedic surgeons, nurses, physical therapists and other healthcare professionals on the most advanced treatments and surgical techniques for diseases of the hip and knee joints. This is done in conjunction with surgeries and other humanitarian efforts to help create a lasting contribution to patient care in developing countries.