RUN WALK CRAWL ADVENTURES

RUN WALK CRAWL ADVENTURES P.O. Box 40431 Phoenix, AZ 85067 Tel: 602-457-4635 connect@rwcadventures.com Run Walk Crawl Adventures, Inc. Contact Us Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions Entry Fees Sign Me Up! Join the adventure for the third annual Angel Fire Adventure Marathon, Half Marathon, 5k and Happy Feet Kids Run! Enjoy breathtaking mountain scenery with a run through picturesque Angel Fire, New Mexico. The rolling course is great for the beginning runners, and poses just enough of a challenge for those looking to test their endurance. The elevation might also take your breath away, but the views are worth it! On event day in July, participants can expect an average high temperature of 80 degrees with a possible low of 40 degrees in the evenings, creating perfect running conditions for all. A resort town located at 8,300 feet in the New Mexico mountains, Angel Fire offers runners a quiet environment to take in the views and an escape from the summer heat. Event Day Start Times - Sunday July 2, 2017 Marathon starts at 6:40am Half Marathon Starts at 6:50am 5k starts at 7:30am Happy Feet Kids Run starts at 9:45am Packet Pickup & Late Registration Friday, June 30, 2017 Visitor Center of Angel Fire 2:00pm to 6:00pm​ Saturday, July 1, 2017 Visitor Center of Angel Fire 10:00am to 6:00pm​ Sunday, July 2, 2017 Start/Finish Line 6:45am to 7:15am​ *Each participant will need to present valid photo ID *There is NO Marathon or Half Marathon packet pick up on Sunday, July 2. As a participant in the Angel Fire Adventure you will receive: Participant performance shirt Finisher medal Aid Station support every 1.5 - 2.0 miles. Professional Chip timing by 4Peaks Timing
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About Jerry Schaver

Personal History of Jerry Group Director of the 50 and DC Marathon Group from 2002 to 2011 Jerry was born and raised in a small community in Albany, Illinois along the muddy Mississippi river. Jerry still resides in Albany today. He is the youngest son of three boys. He graduated from Fulton High school in 1977. He has one daughter, Nichole and grandsons, Hunter and Nolan. Jerry works for Alcoa Mill Products in Bettendorf, Iowa. Jerry also does volunteer work for the Special Olympics, YWCA, and local races in the community. His life lessons were learned from his grandfather on how to be compassionate with others and to make life simple. Jerry enjoys many hobbies. Hiking in the woods, enjoying the nature and wildlife, or viewing the mountains, and maybe climbing a few too! Motorcycle riding has became his new passion, along with bicycle riding. Jerry bikes either to help recover from injuries, or for an alternative to training. Recently he has got his grandson involved in bike riding with a trail along bike. The two of them enjoy riding on the local bike path. Weight-lifting is an important hobby but also a great tool for marathon training. Jerry was a heavy smoker and overweight when he decided to take up running to get back into shape in 1994. He first tried out small races but went on to do his first marathon in 1995 in Chicago. He had no experience and no one to give him advice and learned that day he had a lot to learn yet. Jerry became determined that running marathons was something he wanted to continue to do. Jerry became a member of the 50 and DC Marathon Group in 1999 after completing 20 states as in the old rules. After being in the group a few years he felt there was a need to have a website to help with the growing number of members. Jerry with the help of his web-designer friend Bob developed a website for the group in 2001. He also is the web host of the website, taking care of all the members’ stats and etc. Jerry was the Group Director of the 50 and DC Marathon Group since December 1, 2002. Through his travels on marathons, he has developed many friendships around the world. Jerry has traveled twice to Cuba with World T.E.A.M. Sports to run marathons, but the main goal of the trips was to help the disabled Cuban athletes with hand-cycles and medical injury prevention. His compassion for helping the disabled has enabled him to help them with their goals of doing marathons by allowing them to join the 50 and DC Group under special rules. Long term goals for Jerry include running marathons in Russia and Ireland. And hopefully in the future have his two grandsons by his side running a marathon with him. Jerry lives by his motto of “I can, I will, I’ll try, I do.”