2019 International Barefoot Running Day™ (IBRD™)
Local Events Listing
Below please find a listing of local events participating in International Barefoot Running Day™ (IBRD™) on Sunday, May 5, 2019.
This is a "think global, act local" kind of event. The action occurs locally. If you have questions about a specific local event, please contact the local event organizer as listed below. Please RSVP to the local organizers.
Don't find an event in your area yet? Consider organizing one yourself at the IBRD Event Registration Page
Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday, May 5, 2019!
--The IBRD Team
Events are listed alphabetically by Country or U.S. State. Note: All times are for the local time zone in listed location.
|BRS Chapter Name or Other Entity||RSVP to, Contact Name, BRS Screen Name||Contact Email||Country or U.S. State||City/Township||Meeting Point||Other Event Name & URL, if applicable||Meeting Time||Distance||Other Information|
|BRS Belgiüm-Wallonie||Petit-pied, Petitemail@example.com||Belgiüm||5660 Petite-Chapelle||En face de la pompe à essence||N/A||14:00 (2:00 p.m.)||1 Km||Petite course de 5' environ + discussion sur la pratique si quelqu'un le demande.|
|BRS California - Los Angeles||Ken Saxton, Barefoot Ken Bob||BarefootKenBob@TheBarefootRunners.org||California||Los Angeles||Steve Soboroff Court Park, 12096 Bluff Creek Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90094||N/A||9 a.m.||Out and back trail. Run and/or walk out for 30 minutes. Turn around. Run and/or walk back (30 minutes again). We should all finish about an hour later.||Meet at Steve Soboroff Court Park. Park has small parking lot (may be additional parking on streets within blocks). Fun run and/or walk, out and back, south of the park on Bluff Creek Trail (any distance you like) with or without footwear. Hard packed dirt/clay. Half-hour out, half-hour back, whatever distance you can run/walk in half-an-hour, times two. Decide as a group for lunch or something else after.|
|BRS California - San Diego||Emilie Reas, firstname.lastname@example.org||California||San Diego||Balboa Park, Near the Founder's statue at the NW corner of Balboa & El Prado San Diego, California 92101||N/A||2:00 p.m.||5K||The event is open to all, including runners and walkers of all abilities. A 5k fun-run (not a race) is planned, but runners can do longer or shorter if desired. The terrain is mostly smooth sidewalks and pavement - very easy on the soles!|
|Didn't Register: Croatia||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||https://www.facebook.com/BarefootRu...x_id=195049040204&selected_item_id=1098131690|
|BRS Denmark/Danmark||Morten Engmark, Morten Engmarkemail@example.com||Danmark||Copenhagen||Kayak Bar, Børskaj 12, 1221 Copenhagen||Copenhagen Barefoot Run 2019, https://www.facebook.com/events/352085118739837||12:00 p.m.||8 Km||https://www.facebook.com/events/352085118739837|
|Too late to enter: Finnish Barefoot Runners||Hannu, Mieskolainen, Hannu, Mieskolainenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Finland||Whole Country||Homerun||N/A||12:00 p.m.||1-> km||https://www.facebook.com/events/384895408771821/ (Page comes up unavailable.)|
|BRS France||Christian Harberts, Christian Barefooteuremail@example.com||France||Paris (Issy-les-Moulineaux)||Parc Suzanne Lenglen (au stade), 2 Rue Louis Armand, 75015 Paris||N/A||9:30 a.m.||5K||Course pieds nus : explications & découverte sur piste tartan - Sortie autour du parc - Partie de TrailBall - PIQUE-NIQUE SUR PLACE ! (si la météo veut bien); Important : nous demandons à tous les coureurs de bien vouloir apporter leurs chaussures de running habituelles afin de pouvoir rechausser au bon moment, très important pour ne pas gâcher l’expérience; Vous pouvez laisser vos affaires (dont pique-nique) dans les vestiaires du centre sportif à côté de la piste. Prévoyez un cadenas, et surtout, débrouillez-vous pour être à l’heure – on n’attend pas.|
|BRS France||Gwendal Galesne, I Docky Docfirstname.lastname@example.org||France||Rennes||Point de rendez-vous à Pacé (35740) intersection Bd Nominoë et Rue René Guy Cadou||International Barefoot Running Day in Pacé (35740); https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2561383467222702&set=oa.2637161429633379&type=3&theater&ifg=1||10:30 a.m.||15-17 km (pour coureurs confirmés)||https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2561383467222702&set=oa.2637161429633379&type=3&theater&ifg=1|
|BRS Germany & Austria||Axel Schemberg, email@example.com||Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia||Duesseldorf||Rheinufer - genaue Info nach Registrierung||N/A||11:00 a.m.||6 km||English below: Registrierung unter Angabe von Vor-/Nachname, Mailadresse und (optional) Mobilfunknummer mit E-Mail an: firstname.lastname@example.org ****English****Please register via e-mail (pre-/surname, mailaddress and (optional) tel) to email@example.com|
|Hong Kong Barefoot Runners||Lo Chung Cheong, Hong Kong Barefootfirstname.lastname@example.org||Hong Kong||Hong Kong||Tsuen Wan Pier, Tsuen Wan, New Territories||N/A||8:00 a.m.||10K||Please contact Lo Chung Cheong at email@example.com for more info.|
|BRS India||Gattu Ramesh Babufirstname.lastname@example.org||India||Gandhinagar||Gymkhana, Sector 19, Gandhinagar, India||N/A||5:30 a.m.||5km and 10km||After successful International Barefoot Running celebration on May 6, 2018, we are organizing this event this year also.|
|Barefoot Runners (India)||Zainul Abideen, Zainul Abideenemail@example.com||India||Moradabad||Company Bagh, Civil Lines Moradabad pin 244001 UP ( INDIA )||N/A||7:00 a.m.||5K||Please contact Zainul for more info and to RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|BRS Israel||Elad Weinstein, Elademail@example.com||Israel||Tel Aviv||Tel Aviv port, The wings statue||N/A||6:00 p.m.||5K||https://www.facebook.com/events/386164852110628/386201105440336/|
|BRS New York||Ira Rohde, IraRfirstname.lastname@example.org||New York||New York, Manhattan||In front of the entrance to 2 West 70th Street, New York, NY||BarefootNYC, a.k.a. Barefoot Runners NYC; https://www.meetup.com/BarefootNYC/events/260019880/||12:30 p.m.||6 miles/10 Km||Please register (and cancel) up via the Meetup Group, which I've decided to re-activate. We will meet outside of my place of worship, 2 West 70th, St., on the border of Central Park, entering the park, most likely, at the West 69th St. and Central Park West Entrance, although Central Park itself can get crowded with races and tourists and we might have to run by the Riverside. I've scheduled some training runs in advance, which can be signed up for on the Meetup. Hopefully I will be scheduling some runs elsewhere in New York City, as well.|
|BRS Switzerland||Patrick Salmon, Dr Barefoot Patemail@example.com||Switzerland||Geneva||Colladon||N/A||9h30||1 km||https://tarahumaraspirit.weebly.com/ibrd2019.html|
|BRS United Kingdom||Bjorn Foten, Bjorn Fotenfirstname.lastname@example.org||United Kingdom||Everywhere||Wherever you are||N/A||4th and 5th of May||1673km||We’ve been trying to figure out how to mark International Barefoot Running Day (5th May) in a way which includes everyone, no matter where in Great Britain you are located. A running meet might be a great social occasion for those who can get there, but practically speaking, it’s only ever going to be accessible to a fraction of our membership, and that isn’t what we want at all! Wherever you are in Scotland, Wales, or England, we want you to be able to join in with our celebration of the sport and pleasure of barefoot running. So, we have come up with an IBRD challenge that everyone can participate in, irrespective of geography and whether you are a seasoned ultra-runner or someone taking their first barefoot steps… Collectively, we are going to run the length and breadth of the land! From the most Southerly point of the British Mainland (Lizard Point in Cornwall) to the most Northerly (Dunnet Head, Caithness), passing through Holyhead in Anglesey on the way, is a distance of 975km. From the most Easterly (Lowestoft Ness, Suffolk) to the most Westerly (Corrachadh Mor, Highland) is 698km. Adding the two together we arrive at 1,673km, or 1046 miles and so that is our goal: to collectively log at least that many barefoot miles over the course of the weekend of the 4th and 5th of May. Every barefoot run (or walk) you take will count and no distance is too great or too small – every step brings us closer to our goal. You can log your distance on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #ibrduk, or by replying to this post. Include an image and some words if you can and we’ll build up a picture of our collective achievement, allowing us all to truly share the experience. Anyone can take part – members and non-members – as long as they are willing to lose the shoes and celebrate barefoot running! So let’s get out there and run the length and breadth of our land this IBRD... Happy running!|
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