Register for the 2019 FinishLyme 5K/1K
Event Date: Sunday, May 19, 2019
In 2009, Loudoun County led the Northern Virginia region in reported Lyme disease cases. According to the CDC, the United States has 38,000 new cases of Lyme each year. However, the disease is difficult to diagnose and the actual figure may be 10 times as great.
The Annual event formerly called Loudoun Lyme 5K/1K, rebranded as FinishLyme will drive awareness and raise money to help find a cure for Lyme disease - the number one tick-borne illness in the United States. The FinishLyme 5K/1K, will also feature an information fair to educate the public about Lyme disease, its causes, symptoms and treatments.
5K: 8 AM
1K: 9:15 AM
Virtual Race: You pick the time, place and date!
However we recommend joining in the fun
May 19 virtually from your location!
4100 Monument Corner Dr,
Fairfax, VA 22030
$25: through Dec. 31
$30: Jan 1 - January 31
$35: February 1 – May 16
$40: Packet pick up and race day
FREE: Fundraising, share your passion for the fight against Lyme with your friends and family and pledge to raise money through fundraising
Ages 13 & Under:
$20 through January 31
$25: February 1 - May 16
$30: Packet pick up and race day
Virtual 5K/1K Race:
Running FinishLyme virtually was created for those who have a passion about raising money for NatCapLyme but may not be able to physically join in on the fun at Fairfax Corner on May 19th .
How does it work?
Run/Walk at any location you want. You can use the treadmill, run outside, your own course, another race, or get your running group together. You can run the event any day before the race or on race day!
What do I receive as a virtual participant?
Race event guide
Race medal or t-shirt
Printable race bib
When are medals and event guide mailed out?
Your race swag of an event medal or t-shirt, and event guide will be mailed out the week of May 20th to the address provided when you registered.
Do I need to pay for shipping?
Price includes shipping of race event guide and race medal or t-shirts inside the US.
Run your virtual race solo, or grab the family, neighbors and friends to join in with you. Be sure to share your selfies and group pictures with us via Facebook! www.facebook.com/FinishLyme1
Note: Those participating virtually are not eligible for awards or door prizes being offered at the FinishLyme Race event on May 19. No refunds will be offered.
Registration Closing Date – May 16 at 3 PM
Sign up to fundraise as a team or individual! Click "yes" to the fundraising question when you register for the event and help us reach our goal of raising an additional $80,000 for NatCapLyme!
Make it more fun! Form a team to represent a family, company or a group of friends and compete against other teams! Register individuals as a team separately and list the team name when asked. Team name must be exactly the same for each team member. Teams consist of at least 4 & must include at least 1 female and 1 male. Top 4 finishers’ times will be combined to determine the team's time. Top 3 overall teams for the 5k will win and receive an award.
3.1 mile certified course will start and finish at Fairfax Corner and take you through the neighborhood streets of Fairfax Corner. 5K course will be open for 60 min.
.65 distance will start and finish at Fairfax Corner and take you through the neighboring streets of Fairfax Corner.
Packet Pick Up/Late Registration
Saturday, May 18 from 12 PM - 6 PM; =PR= One Loudoun
Sunday, May 19 (race day) 6:45 AM - 7:45 AM at Fairfax Corner
Post-Race Activities: Please be sure to join us after the race for prizes, Lyme merchandise to purchase, sponsor displays, and MORE!
One free drawing ticket is included with your registration giving YOU the chance to win a 55” 4k TV!
Awards will be awarded to the overall male and overall female, second place overall male and second place overall female and to the top two male and female finishers in the following age groups for both the 5K 12 and under, 13–18, 19–29, 30–39, 40–49, 50–59, 60–69, and 70+
The National Capital Lyme Disease Association is committed to helping patients diagnosed with tick-borne infections through education, support, and review of public policies concerning these diseases. NatCapLyme encourages individuals to advocate for themselves in their goal to regain their health.
The organization offers regular patient support group meetings throughout Virginia, al well as information, speakers, and news updates on legislative and scientific developments. NatCapLyme educates government policy makers and legislators on Lyme & tick-borne diseases and raises funds to support Lyme research.
Volunteer: Sign up to volunteer here!