Event: 10k and 5k Frankfurt Run in the Dark
Date: 14th November 2018
Every November, as darkness sweeps the globe, thousands of people from over 50 cities will pull on their running shoes and red flashing armbands and hit the streets to Run in the Dark.
Join us in Frankfurt to Run in the Dark on the 14th November 2018 and support our ongoing research to find a cure for paralysis in our lifetime.
Your €25 donation will play a big part in helping the Mark Pollock Trust to reach its €500,000 fundraising aim.
Every donation, every step, every study, moves us towards a cure for paralysis and enabling people to walk again.
There are a limited number of places available so make sure to sign up early so you don’t miss out!
This year’s Frankfurt run will be championed by the Urban Runners Frankfurt.
YOUR FAQS ANSWERED:
In return for your donation, you will receive a run entry and a flashing Run in the Dark arm cuff.
Refreshments will be distributed to all participants at the finish line.
Chip-timing is not in operation for our pop-up events.
It is important that you arrive 15 minutes in advance of the start time (8pm) so that you can receive your flashing armcuff.
A group photo will be taken with all participants in advance of the run.
Registration will close at 6pm sharp on Tuesday 13th November 2018.
For any queries relating to this event please feel free to contact Julian Abb via email (email@example.com).
The Start and Finish Line will be located on the river bank, at Holbeinsteg, on the Museumsufer side of the river – part of the river in front of the Städel museum. The run will continue along the river Main along the Sachsenhausen side of the river until Ignatz-Bubis Brücke, where you will cross over and turn left towards the Eiserner Steg, travelling on in the direction of Höchst, crossing over the Main at the Friedensbrücke, and back to the start. The 5km will then finish at the Holbeinsteg, while the stoic 10km runners will loop around once more! This is to allow for an easy transit onwards to the FKV Kanuverein on the Museumsufer side of the Main, Schaumainkai 90.