The Pioneer Day Temple to Temple 5K race begins at the Provo LDS temple and treks through the beautiful streets of Provo city, past the BYU campus, and to the new Provo City Center LDS temple. For a race route map, click here.
The race begins at 8AM on July 24 – Pioneer Day! Festivities will continue until the last “pioneers” make it to the finish line. Run for free, get a shirt for $8, or a shirt and a race chip for $12. All participants must register by clicking here.
We invite men, women, and children of all ages and running abilities to participate! Walk the 5K with your family, or even while pushing a stroller. We invite LDS members and non-members alike to join us on this historic day.
Largest Race in Utah!
We’d like to thank Provo City and BYU for allowing us to continue this annual tradition. Last year we had over 10,000 participants. Permits are secured, and registration is open early enough to allow us time to hit our goal of 20,000 participants! That’s right, 20,000! With your help, we will be the largest race in Utah!
Registration Details & Information
Registration for the 2015 Temple to Temple Run will begin on January 16, 2015. Each participant is required to register whether you are an elite runner, or a family that prefers to walk the race route. As always, registration is 100% FREE. Prior to race day, each registered runner will receive a race bib, which you must wear in order to participate on race day. We have streamlined the process for participants to pick up bibs, timing chips, and t-shirts this year. These items will be available on July 22nd and 23rd from 5pm – 9pm at the Provo Temple west parking lot, as well as 6am on race day.
What You Get
FREE Registration – Commemorative Temple to Temple race bib.
$8 Registration – Commemorative Temple to Temple race bib, t-shirt.
$12 Registration – Commemorative Temple to Temple race bib, t-shirt, & timing chip.
Thanks To Our Donors
We would like to thank LDSBookstore.com, Zions Bank, and Clif Bar for helping with our race this year. They will be providing water, bananas, and sample energy bars during the race and at the finish line.
A Message From Provo South Stake
Former President A. LeGrand Richards of the Provo South Stake is encouraging each of last year’s participants to invite (and bring) one new friend, family member, coworker, etc, to run this year. He also hopes that every runner will continue the tradition by running, or walking in honor of an ancestor. President Ben Larson is excited to continue the tradition and will be participating with his family. If you have any questions, please contact us.
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