- 2013 Crazy 8s 8k Road Race Part 1
- 2013 Crazy 8s 8k Road Race Part 2
- 2013 Neil’s Walk
- 2013 Little 8s & Special 8s
Kingsport Times-News Sports Live
Crazy 8s recap video
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Crazy 8s 8K Run
Saturday, July 13, 2013 • 9:58 pm • KINGSPORT, TN
Crazy 8s is one of only a handful of races in the world which can boast of holding both the mens’ and womens’ 8 kilometer world records. The Regional Eye Center offers a $10,008 bonus to the first man to break their existing world records. Established in 1981 as the Fun Fest Midnight 5 Miler, Crazy 8s has established itself as one of the top road races in the world, and annually attracts some of the top runners from around the world. The start, middle, and finish are near the middle of the unique figure-8 course with a rousing and thrilling finish inside J. Fred Johnson Stadium.
Saturday, July 13, 2013 • 8:58 pm • KINGSPORT, TN
On July 2, 2005 Neil died suddenly from a fatal heart attack, just two weeks after his 50th birthday. Neil’s Walk was started in his memory, but also to remember and honor those who have suffered from heart disease. The Neil Danehy Heart Foundation was formed in order to educate the community about heart-related illnesses. This 3 kilometer walk travels through the candle-lit streets of the surrounding neighborhood, and finishes inside J. Fred Johnson Stadium. Every dollar raised from Neil’s Walk goes to the Foundation and stays in the Tri-Cities area.
Little 8s Youth Field Day / Special 8s
Saturday, July 13, 2013 • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm • KINGSPORT, TN
Come join the fastest kids in town at the Little 8s Youth Field Day, as well as the Special 8s races. There will be age group races for ages 2 thru 12 on the Dobyns-Bennett football field. Also, field day activities with lots of fun for everyone.
Healthy Lifestyles Expo
Saturday, July 13, 2013 • 5:00 pm – 12:00 midnight • KINGSPORT, TN
The Healthy Lifestyles Expo will be held the evening of the Crazy 8s Road Race outside J. Fred Johnson Stadium in the lower level of the Dobyns-Bennett High School parking lot (very near the start line!). Approximately 4,000 race participants and thousands more spectators are expected to pass through the expo area.