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The Hot Cocoa Run Combines Two Important Things Running And Hot Drinks
| RUN INTO 2017 WITH THE HOT COCOA RUN January 5th, 2017 |
The 2017 Hot Cocoa Run in Eagle, Idaho, is a great way to fulfill your New Year’s resolution to be more fit this year.
The Hot Cocoa Run on Saturday, January 7th, is unique in that each participant receives a free custom mug! After enduring low temperatures for the run, you can fill your custom mug with hot cocoa, coffee, or whiskey to warm up.
Runners can complete either a 5k, a 10k, or 1/2 marathon. All races begin at 1pm and consist of trail, road, and the Greenbelt. Check out the race map for all races here.
Each race will have aid stations available. The 5k race will have an aide station at two miles, while the 10k has three aid stations at two miles, 3.8 mils, and 5.35 miles. Runners of the half marathon will have five aid stations scattered between every two to 2.5 miles.
Race fees are: $35 for the 5k, $45 for 10k, and $60 for 1/2 marathon. The top three runners for both the men and women will receive medals.
You can pick up your packet for the race on January 6th from 12pm to 7pm at TownPlace Suites (1415 S. Eagle Road), or on race day from 12pm to 12:50pm.
Any questions you may have about the Hot Cocoa Run can probably be answered here.
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