TULSA, Okla. — The 2020 Tulsa Run is hosting a virtual race due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Tulsa Federal Credit Union.
The Tulsa Run 15K is a Tulsa tradition that dates back to 1978. We are absolutely committed to protecting this cherished run in a way that protects public health while providing an alternate experience for runners.
Officials said the 15K will be held virtually, but the 5K and 2K races will be postponed until 2021. Runners who registered for the 15K may choose to defer their registration to the 2021 event.
“As a runner myself, I know how much the running community was looking forward to being back together this fall,” said Greg Gallant, President and CEO of Tulsa Federal Credit Union. “While this is not the outcome we hoped for, we are committed to providing the loyal Tulsa Run community a safe way to participate in this unusual year.”
To learn more or sign up for the virtual run, click here.
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