Overall Rating
Overall Rating (2 Reviews)
4
(2 Ratings)(2 Reviews)
DIFFICULTY
2
SCENERY
3.5
PRODUCTION
4.5
SWAG
3
A part of Chicago’s LGBTQ+ Pride Week activities since 1982, Proud To Run (PTR) is an annual 10K run and 5K run/walk along the lakefront, focused on celebrating pride in a healthy way and raising funds to support the LGBTQ+ community of the greater Chicago area. In 2017, Proud To … MORE
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    abbfla66 FIRST-TIMER '17

    This was an easy course, and like most big cities, filled with fast runners. We were in town for a conference, and a group of us decided to participate. There … MORE

    This was an easy course, and like most big cities, filled with fast runners. We were in town for a conference, and a group of us decided to participate. There was another Chicago Bears themed run the same day, but it didn’t seem to distract from this event. I would definitely run it again.

    DIFFICULTY
    3
    PRODUCTION
    4
    SCENERY
    4
    SWAG
    3

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    dansolera FIRST-TIMER '15

    I signed up for this race for two reasons: it fit perfectly with my program and I wanted to enjoy the festive race atmosphere. I was going to run it … MORE

    I signed up for this race for two reasons: it fit perfectly with my program and I wanted to enjoy the festive race atmosphere. I was going to run it alone until the Supreme Court ruling on Friday, June 26, which prompted a lot of my friends to sign up as well. Although there was a surprising lack of big announcements during the race itself, I had a great time. The course takes place on the park paths of Chicago’s Lincoln Park, which meant that it was still open to the public. Its 8 AM start time on a beautiful day meant that we had to be cognizant of walkers and cyclists on the path. However, with two aid stations, friendly volunteers and a festive post-race party that included cheerleaders and the Windy City Cowboys, we all had a great time. In my case, I had literally my best time (at the 10k distance). As the event benefits the Chicago LGBT community, the swag colorful but not over the top – the race T-shirt was green with the race’s rainbow insignia.

    DIFFICULTY
    1
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    3
    SWAG
    3

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