DIVA DASH 5K & 10K
JULY 23RD, 2023
Join us for the Diva Dash 5K, 10K and Lil' Princess run, just for women and girls! Get your inner Diva on at this fun event! Participants in the 5K & 10K receive a large finisher's medal, custom event bib, free event photos and more! Lil' Princess participants receive a shirt, tiara, and princess medal! Pull on your tutus and let's have a great time while raising money for Infant Loss Resources!
Date: July 23rd, 2023
Location: Corporate Woods
9401 Indian Creek Parkway
Overland Park, KS
A course map for the 5k can be found HERE!
A course map for the 10k can be found HERE!
All fees are non refundable for any reason.
Through April 2nd – $26*
April 3rd – May 21st – $30*
May 22nd – July 21st -$33*
June 30th - July 1st – $36*
* Team Pricing Available
Through April 2nd - $29
April 3rd - May 21st - $33
May 22nd - July 21st - $36
July 22nd & 23rd - $39
RACE SHIRTS ARE $6 EXTRA
Shipping, Shirt and Medal Included - $42
Through July 21st – $12
July 22nd & July 23rd – $15
Packet pickup will be at the KC Running Company store at 200 E 135th St in Kansas City MO from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, July 22nd and on race morning at the race site beginning at 6:30am.
Top Overall Female and Top Masters Female (40+) in the 5K & 10K
Awards will be given to first, second and third place females in each age group for the 5k and 10k: 10 & under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+
Results will be posted at the registration site. You can also sign up to get a text message with your results when you register.
Infant Loss Resources
Infant Loss Resources is a private, not-for-profit network that connects people to programs, services and information relating to SUID (which includes SIDS and other sleep related losses) in Missouri and surrounding counties in Illinois and Kansas.
Our dedicated, professional and caring staff provide a variety of individual, group and educational services and programs to Missouri-area residents and health-care practitioners including:
Families directly affected by infant loss.
Expectant Parents looking for the latest risk-reduction information.
Health, medical and human-services professionals looking for the latest and most accurate information about SUID and coping with infant death
The community at large, including neighborhood and civic organizations, via presentations and workshops.
Learn more here.