Registration for the 7.4 Mile Event is now Closed!
In-Person Registration for the 1.5 Mile is still Open!
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Sabino Canyon located in the Coronado National Forest, is one of the most beautiful desert canyons in the American southwest and a true jewel of the Tucson community. SAR’s Sabino Canyon Sunset Run has one goal, to create a race worthy of the Canyon. For 33 years we believe we’ve done just that. This unique 7.4 mile race is designed to capitalize on the majestic nature of Sabino Canyon to provide a unique opportunity to experience the challenges of a great race in a truly magnificent setting.
This race is part of The Running Shop Grand Prix, produced by SAR.
THIS IS A TEST
Date and Time
The evening of April 11, 2015.
Early start time (5:15PM) for 7.4 mile walkers/joggers. Those who have registered for the early-start time can begin at 5:15PM. Please note to be eligible for age group prizes you must start with the main race so that you can race alongside your competition.
Main race, 7.4 miles (5:45PM)
1.5 mile fun run/walk (5:50PM)
Sunset is at 6:55 PM. Aid stations and finish line will be picked up 105 minutes after the start. If you plan to be out there longer be aware you’ll be on your own. Carry a flashlight!
Awards ceremony will follow the race at 7:30pm.
Awards to the top 3 overall and top masters male and female finishers and the top 3 male and female finishers in five year age groups. The following age groups will be used: 19&Under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 & over
Saturday, April 11, 2015:
9:30am - 12:30pm at Performance Footwear (5350 E Broadway #170 in the Williams Center)
Those who pickup race packets at Performance will be entered into a raffle for a free pair of shoes.
4pm - 5:15pm at Sabino Canyon.
Friends of Sabino Canyon
A portion of the proceeds from this race will be donated to the Friends of Sabino Canyon’s ‘Save Our Sabino’ campaign to help preserve and restore Sabino Canyon. Please visit their webpage for more information about the organization and their events.