Good Sports Virtual Turkey Trot

Wed November 27 - Sat November 30
Pick Your Speed
Place
Run Anywhere, USA
Description

***As of 11/25/219, please be aware your shirt may not arrive on time for race days. However, if you are local to Braintree, MA (our headquarters), please reach out to us to coordinate a pick up by 11/27. Thank you.***

**When you sign up, you will receive a race t-shirt! Race t-shirts will be shipped out to you within 5 days of signing up, please make sure the address you enter is your preferred mailing address** Please note, at this time, we only have limited quantities of Adult XL and Adult XXLs left. We apologize in advance if you are not able to select your preferred shirt size.

Join Good Sports for a Virtual Turkey Trot this Thanksgiving season and help get more kids in the game! 

Good Sports is a national nonprofit whose mission is to give all kids the lifelong benefits of sport and physical activity by providing new equipment, footwear and apparel to those most in need. Since 2003, Good Sports has provided more than $43 million of new sports and fitness equipment to over 7 million children across all 50 states. To further this success, Good Sports is hosting a Virtual Turkey Trot. 

What is a Virtual Turkey Trot, you might ask? It's the same thing as a normal Turkey Trot, but you can run it from anywhere! So gather your friends and family over the course of the 2 weeks leading into Thanksgiving and get running. Proceeds of the Virtual Turkey Trot will benefit Good Sports and the kids they serve. 

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Benefits of sports and physical activity in a child's life transcends wins and trophies. But cost continues to be a major barrier to young people everywhere, keeping many kids on the sidelines. Our mission is to cut these costs by donating brand sports equipment to youth programs in need. Welcome to Harding High School of Bridgeport, Connecticut where the teachers, admins and students fight tirelessly to keep their athletic programs sustainable.

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