Made to Move 5K

A VIRTUAL RUN/WALK EVENT

Last chance to participate in 2022!

Registrations, open through October 31, will continue to receive t-shirts and participant medals, and $5 of each registration fee will go to Arctic Mission Adventure. Your commitment to movement not only supports your health goals, but helps minister to the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of people living in Alaska Native Villages.

Movement. We were made for this!

Made to Move 5K

A VIRTUAL RUN/WALK EVENT

Report your 2022 race time!

2022 Made to Move 5K participants: it’s time to report your race time! Congratulations to the runners and walkers who participated in the 5K on September 18! We are all MADE TO MOVE!

REPORT TIME

2022 Winners Announced!

Congratulations to 2022 Made to Move 5K Category Winners: the first, second, and third fastest 5K times in each age group. Each winner will receive a customized limited-edition medal with their name engraved on the back!

Run. Walk. Report!

Time-reporting is open from September 18–25. Category winners, the first, second, and third fastest times in EACH category, will receive a customized limited-edition winner’s medal!

Movement. We were made for this!

REPORT TIME

Category Winners

First Place Second Place Third Place
Male James Brooks III
Mableton, GA
None None
Female None None None
First Place Second Place Third Place
Male None None None
Female None None None
First Place Second Place Third Place
Male Dominick Alipoon
Barlesville, OK
Brian Radut
Sacramento, CA
Tirso Tavarez
Pembroke Pines, FL
Female Bianca Radut
Sacramento, CA
Brandy Wright
Huntsville, AL
Kara Miller
Mt. Juliet, TN
First Place Second Place Third Place
Male Vernon Waters
Jefferson, MD
Edward Marton
Beavercreek, OH
Carmelo Pena
Mansfield Center, CT
Female Nikki Ramirez
Cashmere, WA
Leila Tuazon
Reistertown, MD
Donna Peters
Columbus, OH
First Place Second Place Third Place
Male Andrew Choi
Falling Waters, WV
Frank Jin
Citrus Heights, CA
Dave Calder
Irvine, CA
Female Teresa Benton
Lewiston, CA
Kim Bowman
Gilmer, TX
Tangila Jefferson
Jeffersonville, IN
First Place Second Place Third Place
Male Barney Baty
Anchorage AK
Michael Weigand
Balesville, OK
Walter Davis
Leesburg, GA
Female Lynne Powell
Foxworth, MS
Velma Thomas
Humble, TX
Laura Thibodeaux
Grand Prairie, TX
First Place Second Place Third Place
Male John Werner
Sequim, WA
David Stefonek
Corbett, OR
None
Female None None None
Previous Winners

Missed Race Day?

Plan to join us in 2023 for our next Virtual 5k!

How It Works

Registering as an Individual

  • Complete registration by September 5
  • Plan your own 5K route, and get ready, set, GO on September 18.
    • Track the time it takes you to complete the race.
    • Don’t forget to wear your 2022 Made to Move 5K t-shirt!
  • After your 5K, log in to your nadhealth.org account to report your time from September 18–25.
  • Share a photo with #MadeToMove5K
A run/walk event, such as a 5K, can be a powerful community-building event to bring people together, inspire healthy living, and promote awareness of a cause, like childhood obesity. Participate as a group with your church, school, Pathfinder club, study group, friends, family, or community.

  • Complete group registration by September 5
  • Plan your group’s 5K route, and get ready, set, GO on September 18.
    • Track the time it takes each participant to complete the race.
    • Remind everyone to wear their 2022 Made to Move 5K t-shirts!
  • After your 5K, log in to your nadhealth.org account to report times from September 18–25.
  • Share a photo of your group with #MadeToMove5K
REGISTER NOW

Run to GIVE.

Every Made to Move 5K registration gives $5.00 USD to Arctic Mission Adventure, a network of volunteers addressing the spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical needs of people in Alaska Native villages.

Arctic Mission Adventure coordinates day-camps, food pantries, radio ministry, and community outreach tailored to the native people of Alaska living in remote villages.

What is Arctic Mission Adventure?

LEARN MORE

Run to GIVE.

Every Made to Move 5K registration gives $5.00 USD to Arctic Mission Adventure, a network of volunteers addressing the spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical needs of people in Alaska Native villages.

Arctic Mission Adventure coordinates day-camps, food pantries, radio ministry, and community outreach tailored to the native people of Alaska living in remote villages.

LEARN MORE: Arctic Mission Adventure

Virtual 5K Safety

A virtual 5K should be safe and fun! Be sure you understand and submit waivers before participating, whether individually or as a group. If a 5K is more physical activity than you usually do, you may need to check in with your doctor first and learn how to train for a 5K safely and effectively.

LEARN MORE: VIRTUAL 5K SAFETY

Marketing

We’ve prepared a selection of marketing graphics for distribution. Spread the word!

LEARN MORE: MARKETING

Bring Health to Your Church!

Celebrate Made to Move
Sabbath 2022.

A special Sabbath worship service with an inspirational sermon.

How to Celebrate

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