HeartBeats Run Race Results:

https://runsignup.com/race/results/?raceid=53537#resultSetid-100723

 



Join Living for Zachary on Saturday, November 4th at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve for our 9th Annual HeartBeats Run including a 10K, 5K and 1 Mile Run/Walk.

Walk, jog or run! This event is for all fitness levels.

Join us for our post race party that includes a 50's costume contest with prizes, live music, face painting and a bounce house for kids!

 

 


 Fundraising Prizes for Supporters!

Gear up for the HeartBeats Run with new prizes! Set a team or individual goal and start earning prizes today!


Wondering how to set up a pledge page?  Here's how:

1. Register for the HeartBeats Run.

2. Login to your HeartBeats Run account and click Menu at the top right corner.

3. Scroll down and find Fundraising, select Share Pledge Page.

*This is your Pledge Profile. You can upload a picture, set a donation goal, and share your story. This is where others will be able to donate!

4. Click Edit Pledge Page to customize your personal pledge page.

5. Share your pledge page with friends, family, and co-workers!


 Fundraising Guidelines

Tips for Successful Fundraising


 

 Race Day Schedule: 

Race Day Registration - 7:30 am

1 Mile Fun Run/Walk - 8:20 am

Warm Up - 8:25 am

10K/5K Run/Walk - 8:45 am

Awards presentation to follow.

 



Prizes will be awarded to best 50's costume! $500 cash prize to largest team!

 


 

Please note: All race fees are non-refundable. If the event is canceled due to inclement weather,

your entry fee will be donated to Living for Zachary.

Registration Fees

10K Run - All Ages (Untimed) Closed

10K Run - All Ages (Timed) Closed

*Chip timing is required to be eligible for awards.

5K Walk/Run- Ages 23 & Over (Untimed) Closed

5K Walk/Run- Ages 23 & Over (Timed) Closed

*Chip timing is required to be eligible for awards.

5K Walk/Run- Ages 22 & Under (Untimed) Closed

5K Walk/Run- Ages 22 & Under (Timed) Closed

*Chip timing is required to be eligible for awards.

1 Mile Walk/Run- All Ages (Untimed) Closed

Invisible Runner Closed

Stay home, sleep in, but still support Living for Zachary!

Sponsorship Form

Be a partner with Living for Zachary on this great community event! For information on how to sponsor the 2017 HeartBeats Run, click below:


2017 Living for Zachary HeartBeats Run Sponsorship Form

Awards

Trophies awarded to top male and female finisher. Medals awarded to top three male/female finishers in each age group. *Chip timing is required to be eligible for awards.

$500 cash awarded to largest registered team/group.

Packet Pick Up

Packet Pick Up

Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 10am - 7pm

Friday, November 3, 2017 from 10am - 7pm


Packet Pick Up location:

Mercedes-Benz of Plano

6455 Dallas Pkwy, Plano, TX 75024


*Packet Pick Up is also available the morning of the race at the registration table.

 

 

About Zachary

Zachary Troy Schrah was a fun-loving young man who lived each day of his short life to the fullest. He was born February 10, 1993, in Garland, Texas, to Troy and Karen (Granger) Schrah. From a young age, Troy and Karen appreciated his self-confident nature and zest for life. We decided his name would be spelled Zac, not Zach or Zack. We knew he was one of a kind, even as a toddler! 

Zac grew up in Plano. While he was enthusiastic about all sports, he loved baseball and football the most. As a sophomore at Clark High School, he played tackle on the Junior Varsity offensive line at Plano East Senior High School. During 2009 spring training, Plano East coaches recognized his talent and slated him to play on the Varsity team during the 2009-2010 seasons. Coaching staff admired Zac’s dedicated work ethic both on and off the field. He enthusiastically stepped up to every challenge and goal he encountered. 

Zac, a seemingly healthy 16 year old, collapsed during a high school football practice in Plano on April 2, 2009. There was no warning. There were no signs. The Schrah family later learned that Zac had died from an congenital heart disease call hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). HCM is a common cause of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in young people, including young athletes. HCM is a condition in which the heart muscle becomes thick. The thickening can make it harder for blood to leave the heart, forcing the heart to work harder to pump blood. It also can make it harder for the heart to relax and fill with blood.

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Event Schedule

  • November 2 10:00 AM CDT - Packet Pick Up

  • November 3 10:00 AM CDT - Packet Pick Up

  • November 4 7:30 AM CDT - Race Day Registration

  • November 4 8:20 AM CDT - 1 Mile Fun Run

  • November 4 8:25 AM CDT - Warm Up

  • November 4 8:45 AM CDT - 10K/5K

Contact Information

Event Location

2801 E Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, TX, United States

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