Due to the impact of COVID-19, and in order to help everyone stay safe, the 2020 Detective Mike Doty Memorial Run will be a completely virtual race. Due to inventory constraints, we will not be reopening registration to the public, but we will continue to fundraise online. The virtual race will be taking place from July 1st-18th, and the details can be found below...
So how does a virtual race work?
We will send you your swag package (shirt, medal, etc.) directly to you!
You must run your selected distance between July 1 - July 18, and bring along your favorite tracking device. When you are finished, take a picture or screenshot that shows your distance and time and upload to results. (You must have a screenshot of your time uploaded to be eligible for awards!)
After the event is complete, we will have awards for all overall, masters and age category winners.
Don't forget, you can still donate and fundraise to Keystone Substance Abuse Services!
**Participants will not be able to transfer their registration to 2021, and Keystone is unable to provide any refunds for the 2020 event**
Detective Michael “Mike” Doty, who served the York County community for 12 years, was one of four deputies shot searching for a domestic violence suspect in York on January 16, 2018. A day later he passed away. He was an investigator with the York County Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit and was the Law Enforcement Officer Narcan (LEON) Program coordinator for the sheriff’s office. He was also a member of the YCSO SWAT Entry Team, as well as an associate advisor for the York County Explorer Post 1786.
Your participation in this race will directly benefit Keystone. Keystone was established in 1969 as a private, not-for-profit organization that serves as the Act 301 (1973) substance abuse authority in York County, South Carolina. Keystone offers nationally accredited and licensed services including education, prevention, and treatment (both outpatient and inpatient) -- to meet the needs of individuals, families, and groups in York County and surrounding areas experiencing alcohol and/or drug-related problems.