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Ruck4HIT Cape Cod

April 29 April 30

About Ruck4HIT:

Ruck4HIT was created in collaboration with supporters, local veterans, first responders and those currently serving to raise awareness and funding for Heroes In Transition, Inc. and their various veteran/active service members and military family programs.

As every service member is forced to carry the burden of war during active service and beyond, carrying the ruck sack is symbolic of hardships endured and the perseverance required to complete the mission.

This event will raise funds for Heroes In Transition, all in the continuing effort to never leave a fallen comrade behind.

All participants, drivers and volunteers are representatives of Ruck4HIT and Heroes In Transition.

Team & Participant Information:

$125 non-refundable registration fee. Registration closes 3/05/2022!

Registration fee includes (but not limited to): Short & Long Sleeve Tee, Hat, post race party entry, Ruck4HIT reflective badge, HIT Patch.

Weight Requirements:

Participants <160lb = 10lb Ruck
Participants >160lb = 20lb Ruck

TEAM VANS

Each van will have official ID tags
Van rental responsibility of team
12 to 14 passenger van recommended
Garbage & Waste – team responsible

Athlete Participation packet will be electronically distributed to all
participants mid March.

Registration:

Email ruck@heroesintransition.org for more information or to register. We also encourage you to attend one of our Ruck4Hit Informational Meetings.

Sponsorships:

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Learn more here.

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