Going the Distance for Brain Injury

Race Stats

  • Location: Loose Park
  • Length: 10k
  • Start time: 8am
  • End time: 12pm
  • Date: 05-27-2019
  • Beneficiary: Brain Injury Association
  • Day of event Phone: 816-204-1780
  • Day of event contact: Troy Fitzgerald
  • Race Director Name: Troy Fitzgerald
  • Race Director Email:troy@kcrunningcompany.com
  • No. of Participants: 1000
  • Race Website:
  • Link to Map:

Race Route

10K Run Route:
Begin near 51 st Ter and Wornall Rd, south on Wornall Rd to 55 th St, west on 55 th St to
Summit, north on Summit to 52 nd Ter, west on 52 nd Ter to Belleview, south on Belleview
to 60 th Ter, east on 60 th Ter to Pennsylvania Ave, south on Pennsylvania Ave to Valley
Rd, continue south on Valley Rd to 69 th St, west on 69 th St, to Ward Parkway (NB), north
on Ward Parkway to Sunset Dr, continue north on Sunset Dr to 54 th St, east on 54 th St
to Belleview, north on Belleview to 52 nd St, east on 52 nd St to Summit, north on
52 nd /Summit to 51 st St, east on 51 st St to Wornall Rd, south on Wornall Rd to north
entrance into Loose Park to the finish line.
5K Run Route:
Begin near 51 st Ter and Wornall Rd, south on Wornall Rd to 55 th St, west on 55 th St to
Pennsylvania, south on Pennsylvania to Huntington, west on Huntington to Belleview,
north on Belleview to 59 th Terr, west on 59 th Terr to Ward Parkway (NB), north on Ward
Parkway to Sunset, continue north on Sunset to 54 th St, east on 54 th St to Belleview,
north on Belleview to 52 nd St, east on 52 nd St to Summit, north on to Summit to 51 st St,
east on 51 st St to Wornall Rd, south on Wornall Rd to north entrance into Loose Park to
the finish line.
2K Run Route: Begin near 51 st Terr and Wornall Rd, south on Wornall Rd to 55 th St,
west on 55 th St to Summit, north on Summit to 52 nd St, northeast on 52 nd St to 51 st St,
east on 51 st St to Wornall Rd, south on Wornall Rd to the north entrance into Loose
Park to the finish line.

About This Race

Going the Distance for Brain Injury Memorial Day Run, May 27, 2019. Formerly the Amy Thompson Run for Brain injury, this year’s run calls attention to the more than 21,000 individuals In Kansas and Greater Kansas City area who are affected by a brain injury every year