Scots Trot 5k
Covenant College is pleased to host the annual Scots Trot 5k on April 26, 2014, at 9:00 a.m. The 5k is open to the public and set atop beautiful Lookout Mountain, GA, featuring some of Covenant’s well-loved running trails.
“The Scots Trot began as a way to promote fitness and fun competition among our student body, faculty, and staff,” said Katie Stanford, Covenant's cross-country head coach. “I am excited that this year we are opening up the Scots Trot to alumni and members of the Lookout Mountain and Chattanooga communities. It is a great opportunity for the Chattanooga running community to come up to Covenant, see the campus, tour our trails, and get to know Covenant’s cross-country runners and other Covenant students.”
The 3.1-mile course will begin in the parking lot of Shadowlands and will be an out-and-back on trails, broken up with a loop in the middle. It will finish in the Shadowlands athletic field. There will be water provided in the middle of the course and at the finish line.
Parking is available in the Shadowlands and baseball field lots.
Covenant student: free
Covenant student with Scots Trot dri-fit technical shirt: $5
All other entries (includes Scots Trot dri-fit technical shirt): $10
* Register by April 3 to guarantee shirt and your preferred size on race day. If you are registering on race day, come early, as remaining shirts will be first come, first serve.
You may register online or by printing this form. Online registration will close at 11:59 on April 23rd. Race-day registration will be available from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Participants are encouraged to register prior to race day.
Post-race food and PowerAde will be available to all participants.
Awards will be given to the top two male and female overall finishers and to the top master (age 40 and over) male and female finishers.
Packet pickup will be held from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. If you register online, you will need to sign a liability waiver at pickup.
Please direct all questions regarding the race or registration to the race director, Katie Stanford.