Hill of a Race Obstacle Run

Hill Of A Race

Join us on September 21, 2019 for at Ewing Park 2 in Bloomington for the ultimate outdoor fitness challenge. This obstacle run will include running, lifting, carrying, climbing, crawling, and tests of agility and balance.

Recreational and competitive waves make this a great event for anyone from families and beginners, to the serious obstacle runner.
The first wave (competitive) begins at Noon with waves (recreational) starting every 15 minutes. Kids ages 7 – 13 must participate with a registered adult.
Event shirts will be provided to everyone who registers before regular registration ends on August 23.

Early-bird registration is open now at hillofarace.com. Participants are encouraged to register early to secure the most savings. Groups of five or more are able to register at a discounted rate.

“Hill of a Race has become a signature event for the Bloomington Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department,” said Athletics Program Manager Denise Balagna. “We’re excited that this year’s event will feature an updated layout, new obstacles, and more ways to save on registration fees.”

The full map with a list of obstacles will be released closer to the event.

Registration Deadlines
Early Bird (Through June 21)………..$25
June 22 – Aug. 23 ……$30
Aug. 24 – Sept. 20 (noon) …$35
Sept. 21 (day of) …$40

$10 kids ages 7 – 13

+$10 for Competitive Wave

Register at hillofarace.com. Registration fees apply.

For more information on the City of Bloomington’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department events call 309/434-2260 or visit online at BloomingtonParks.org.


Saturday, September 21, 2019
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm



Ewing Park II 1001 Ethel Pkwy Bloomington Illinois 61701 309-434-2260

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