Python Run '20

The 2020 Python Run has been cancelled.
All entrants will be automatically deferred to next year.

Event Information

Cancelled. Registrations are automated deferred to next year.

The 2019 Python Run is complete. Results.

Questions & Answers

Are strollers allowed on the course?

Although it's not recommended, the course is stroller friendly. We ask that anyone with a stroller please stay to the back of the pack.

Are pets allowed?

No, county regulations prohibit pets on school property.

Where do I park?

Parking will be allowed in the school’s staff/visitor lot until 7:15. Enter Python Path off of Old Venice Road and veer to the right. Parking will also be allowed in the shell lot until 7:30. The entrance is just south of Python Path off of Old Venice Road. After the start of the 5K at 7:30 no cars will be allowed to enter either lot.

Will there be water stations?

Yes. There will be 2 water stops along the 5K route. The first is at the 1.5 mile mark. The second will be at the 2.5 mile mark and will also serve as a water stop for the 2.1K.

How will the race be timed?

The race will be chip-timed. A timing strip will be attached to the back if each runner's race bib. You must run with your assigned bib number. Timing strips will record each runners time at the start and at the finish.

What are the age groups for the awards?

The awards will be given to the top 6 finishers in each age group both male and female: 0-7, 8-9,10-12, 13-15, 16-19, and 5-year increments.

If I am registered for the 5K can I also run the 2.10 Fun Run?

Yes, but only those registered for the 2.10 Fun Run will receive finisher’s medals.

Where can I find last year's results?

Click here for the 2019 Python Run 5K results.

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Healthy Initiatives Funded

  • Team shirts and financial assistance for Team Pine View Run Club/Team
  • Funding healthy snack initiative PV Pantry-feeding families in need
  • Training for staff in order to implement a morning yoga class for students
  • Occupational Therapy resources 
  • Donated nearly $3,500 to All Faiths Food Bank to support their Campaign Against Summer Hunger
  • County-wide shirts for Walking School Bus program 
  • Support for PV Community Garden (soil, plants, fertilizer) 
  • Monetary support for local school run clubs, including Cranberry Elementary

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