Race Bib Order Going In Soon!

Hello JJTrail Runner, Walker, Hiker, and Dasher,

Race date Sunday, April 14, 2024 at 9am. Sign up today!

We order custom bibs for everyone who is signed up at least 25 days in advance – if you want your bib to have your name (or your kids name, or a nickname of your choosing!) sign up ASAP! You can always sign up closer to the race date — we will have room! But we can’t customize bibs too close to the race.

Visit https://runsignup.com/jjtrail to DonateRegister, or Volunteer.

Check our up to date SPONSOR list here:  https://runsignup.com/Race/Sponsors/NY/CrossRiver/JohnJayCommunityTrailRace — and our list of DONORS here: jjtrail.org/donors

Thank you to the community and all of our supporters & sponsors

…Your volunteer JJTrail Race Committee, including JJTrail Student Race directors: Ciara McGroary ’24, Jasper Braunschweiger ’24, Lucas Mongiello ‘25, Emma Barniv ‘26, Quinn Oates ‘25, Penelope Wein ‘26, Ainsley Graham ‘26, Ava Koch ‘25, Andy Condon ‘26, Dylan Scott ‘26.


More information:

The John Jay 5k: The John Jay 5k Community Trail Race is a competitive community race on the new John Jay Community Cross Country Trail. The course starts on the lower fields of the John Jay Campus and quickly goes into the wooded trails adjacent to the middle school and high school. The trails are challenging and hilly in the woods. Runners finish in front of friends and family at the John Jay Contest Field.

The 4k Jay WalkThe course starts on the lower fields of the John Jay Campus and quickly goes into the wooded trails adjacent to the middle school and high school. The 4k course skips the southern loop trail but the community trails are challenging and hilly regardless. Walkers finish in front of friends and family at the John Jay Contest Field.

The 200 meter Kids Jay Dash: Kids from 2 years old through 5th grade are encouraged to dash the 200 meters on the John Jay Contest Track. Overall winners from each age group get a prize. The first 50 kids who pre-register will get a shirt.

JJ Trail: The John Jay Community Trail has been developed and built by student and community volunteers to provide a home course for the John Jay Cross Country teams as well as for the community. Help support our trail by donatingvolunteeringsponsoring, or purchasing the new JJTrail Volunteer cap.

Check our Instagram page at instagram.com/jjtrail for the most up to date photos and videos from the trail volunteers.

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