Are you ready to take on a 5k Run on the Central Coast like a Superhero? We have just the one for you in San Luis Obispo! Costumes and teams encouraged to show your support of local non-profits CHC, CAPSLO and Project Teen Health! Dress up as your favorite superhero and win prizes from local businesses!
Saturday, March 21st, 2020
- Day of Race Schedule:
- Registration from 7:00am – 8:00am
- 8:10am-8:25am 5k Warm Up
- Race start at 8:30am
- At finish line get your costume judged and pick up your t-shirt!
- Health Expo to open at 9:00am
- 9:30am Prize Ceremony
- 5k Run Pricing:
- $25 per person until Feb 15
- $30 per person Feb 16 – March 19 (registration closes at 4pm on March 19)
- $35 per person March 21 (Day of)
- Race will go on Rain or Shine!
- No refunds after March 15
- Prizes Awarded to:
- Best Adult Costume (18+)
- Best Kid Costume (17 and under)
- Best Group Costume
- Top Male (by speed)
- Top Female (by speed)
The SLO Health and Fitness Expo 5K takes you along the Highway 101 Bike Path up to Madonna Mountain & back up to the Alex Madonna Expo Center. This run affords you beautiful views of the hills and pastures of San Luis Obispo over a distance of 3.1 miles. The run begins and ends at the Alex Madonna Expo Center in San Luis Obispo, CA; the race starts at 8:30am. You do not have to be a serious runner to participate; we encourage all walkers and runners who are comfortable on trails to come out to celebrate health and fitness while enjoying the healthy lifestyle fostered on the Central Coast. All ages welcome! Registration will closed at 4pm on Thursday, March 21st, but participants will be able to register day-of at the race.
If you have any questions please call 805-772-4600 or
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The San Luis Obispo Health & Fitness Expo Superhero 5k Run Benefiting:
Project Teen Health (PTH) is a childhood obesity prevention program developed and operated by Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc. (CAPSLO). The mission of Project Teen Health is to reduce and prevent adolescent obesity by providing research-supported, innovative, culturally sensitive, and youth-driven programs. PTH serves youth at Arroyo Grande High School, Nipomo High School, Paso Robles High School and Santa Maria High School providing a variety of no-cost programs.
Proceeds from the 2018 CHC Superhero 5K Run will provide scholarships for students in need who wish to participate in the program. Funds will cover the cost of gym memberships, athletic shoes, and field trips. The high school-based program offers after-school fitness classes, individual nutrition counseling, an on-campus nutrition club, and an annual health fair.
Learn more about Project Teen Health at:
Community Health Centers of the Central Coast, Inc. (CHC) is the grantor and fiscal agent of the CAPSLO Project Teen Health program. CHC is a 501(c)3 non-profit network of 28 health centers that provide medical services to all people, with emphasis on under-served, uninsured and at-risk patients. CHC was founded as a rural health clinic in 1978, and now cares for over 100,000 patients across San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara Counties.
More information on CHC at: CommunityHealthCenters.org