Father's Day Prost8K Run
Oregon Urology Institute, 2400 Harrman Ln
Springfield, OR 97477
Event Contact: Race AdministratorPhone: (541) 284-5508 Email: info@PROST8K.org
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What is Oregon Urology Foundation (OUF)?
OUF is a non-profit charitable organization funded by the Doctors of Oregon Urology Institute. Close to 100% of the foundations money goes directly to urologic education and community support. Our tax ID number is 20-1547206.
The Oregon Urology Foundation is a non-profit tax-exempt organization, governed by an independent board, that exists for three primary purposes: To improve public health by providing or financing free or low-cost urologic and other health care services, to promote excellence in the practice of urologic medicine by supporting education and training in the field of urology, and to support unfettered urologic research at schools of medicine and elsewhere.
Would you like to Sponsor this event?
Thank you for your interest in Sponsoring the Father's Day Prost8K. Please start by filling out the Sponsor/Vendor signup form on this page. For more information, click here: Sponsorship Fact Sheet
ABOUT THE EVENT
Together we will beat cancer! Did you know that every 5 MINUTES 2 MEN are diagnosed with PROSTATE CANCER?
Join the Oregon Urology Institute for a fun new event on the running and walking scene. There's fun for the entire family on Father's Day.
SURVIVORS OF PROSTATE CANCER
- Race Entry
- Special Survivor Shirt
- Survivor Photo
- Participant Medal
No coupon code required. Just choose the race you want to participate in.
Sunday, June 18th, Start: 8:00am
Start: Oregon Urology Institute
Finish: Gateway Mall
8K (4.97 miles) Run
5K (3.1 miles) Walk
The courses are flat, fast and scenic, starting at the Oregon Urology Institute, looping behind Gateway Mall, crossing over I-5 via the new bike bridge, covering a loop through the surrounding neighborhoods to the west of I-5, crossing back over the bridge and finishing at Gateway Mall.
(entry fee does not include shirt)
$15 adults through June 1
$20 adults June 2-17
$10 Youth 12 & under through June 1
$15 June 2-17
Add $5 to all entries on race day
FREE for Prostate Cancer Survivors
Adult tech shirts can be purchased for an additional $10, Youth cotton shirts for an additional $7. Purchase can me placed during registration process and guaranteed if purchased before May 31st.
Prostate cancer survivors will receive a distinctive shirt with their complimentary entry.
The awards ceremony will be at 9:30 AM.
Awards will be presented to the top three overall male and female finishers and the top three in each age group in the 8K race only.
10 & under, 11-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 & over.
Pre-Race Day: Packet pickup will be Saturday, June 17, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Eugene Running Company (116 Oakway Center)
Race Day: On race day from 7:00 to 7:45 AM, at the start.
Take Gateway south to Harlow, turn left (east) and then an immediate right onto Hartman Lane. The Oregon Urology Institute is on the right (west) side of Hartman Lane. Participants can either park at the start (the Institute), or at the finish (Gateway Mall), although it is strongly recommended that you park at the finish.
MAKE A DONATION
Contributions are separate from race registration. Thank you for supporting the Oregon Urology Foundation. Together we will beat cancer!
Not running this year but still want to be a part of the fun? Accompanying a spouse, friend, or office mate?
We need your help!
The success of Prost8K depends heavily on the support and effort we receive from volunteers on Race Day. There are many ways you can get involved. Each race require over 30 course marshalls, 10 water station attendants, and several persons to man setup/registration. All volunteers receive an official volunteer t-shirt and goodie bag!
The first step to becoming a Race volunteer is to fill out our Signup form: CLICK HERE
If you have additonal questions, please contact Oregon Urology Foundation.
or call contact Oregon Urology Foundation at (541) 284-5508