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BALTIMORE COUNTY

3 ASA COMMUNITIES

GROUP RUN INFORMATION

Within Baltimore County, ASA has 3 different Communities for Group Runs: Eastern, Northern, and Central Baltimore County. 
You will select the location closest to your home as your primary ASA Community.

Every 2nd Saturday on the Month, ALL Baltimore County Communities meet at the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail at 8:30 AM for a Group Run.

Eastern Baltimore

Location: Honeygo Run Regional Park
9033 Honeygo Blvd
Perry Hall, MD 21128

Dates:
1st & 3rd Thursdays- 6:30 PM
2nd Saturdays: Meet with ALL Communities @ Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail- 8:30 AM

Northern Baltimore

Location: Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail
1302 Paper Mill Rd
Cockeysville, MD 21030


Dates:
1st & 3rd Tuesdays – 6 PM
2nd Saturdays: Meet with ALL Communities @ Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail- 8:30 AM

Central Baltimore

Location: George Washington Carver Center for Arts & Technology
938 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21204

Dates:
2nd & 4th Tuesdays- 6 PM
2nd Saturdays: Meet with ALL Communities @ Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail- 8:30 AM

COMMUNITY COORDINATOR

Conor Joyce
Email: [email protected]

HOW IT WORKS

Wingman Teams work together to provide encouragement and physical support to help ASA Athletes experience the joy and thrill of participation in group runs and mainstream races.

WINGMEN

ASA Wingmen  are volunteer runners who lend their hearts and legs to empower ASA Athletes to cross the finish line.

Wingmen can be new or experienced runners, fast or slow, young or old, and don’t need experience with individuals living with disabilities. When you become a Wingman, you commit to: 

  • Fundraise $365 per Year
  • Attend 1 Group Run each Month
  • Participate in 3 races per year – ASA commits to providing every Wingman 3 free races a year: the ASA RunFest (spring) and two others of your choice assigned through the Wish List process for the Summer (1) and Fall (1) seasons.
  • Cover Your Own Race Registration Fees & Travel Expenses

ATHLETES

ASA Athletes are individuals with limited mobility who desire to race, but cannot do so on their own. 

Athletes require wheelchairs or the use of assisted mobility devices in and/or outside their homes. When you become an Athlete, you commit to: 

  • Attend 1 Group Run each Month
  • Participate in 6 Races per Year
  • Live in or near an ASA Community
 

CONTACT US

Have any questions or know of any local races we can sign up for? Send us a message!

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