Both. Every run listed will include information about who is eligible to participate.
At the moment yes, but we plan on expanding the website to other MCI West base runs, and runs that are within the of Yuma and close-by surrounding areas.
Each run is different, so be sure to read the information about each run, or contact the host of the run to verify any information.
We can answer for MCAS Yuma. Most likely you can bring a pet to the run, but the pet must stay on a leash and you are responsible for cleaning up after your pet. Strollers are also allowed on the race course, but please use a jogging stroller, as this will benefit all involved.
This includes on who is hosting the race. For the most part, MCAS Yuma cannot give refunds unless the race is cancelled- which more than likely will not happen.
Contact Walter Sosinski at firstname.lastname@example.org for only MCAS Yuma registration questions/concerns.
Contact our MCAS Yuma Sponsorship Coordinator at email@example.com and this person will provide you with more information, or point you in the right direction.
Most 5K’s are fun runs, which means that walking is OK. Unless you are looking to race with others, then don’t worry about the running part. The goal is to get out there and have a good time, and to follow your own pace. But if you are looking to actually run your first 5K, follow this guide by the Mayo Clinic. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/5k-run/SM00061
Active.com does a pretty good job at listing out some good things to help prepare you for a race the week of.