Just try saying ‘No’ to this 5K race invitation from Chuck Norris

He played one on TV, and now actor Chuck Norris is going to become an honorary Texas Ranger on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010.

Just try telling Chuck Norris no as he invites you to run in his inaugural 5k in College Station that will attempt to set the world record for the most people in one place to be dressed as Chuck Norris.

The May 4 event will split 100% of all race proceeds between Kickstart Kids and Mercy Project..

Race registration includes a custom Chuck Norris style t-shirt, a fake beard, and a sweet belt buckle. All similar to what Chuck would wear, and all part of our world record attempt for the morning of the race.

“If you really want to get your inner Chuck Norris on, you can create your own look alike costume from one of Chuck’s many epic moments on screen!” according to race officials.

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It’s all for a good cause and in good fun. According to the race website:

“And yes, Chuck Norris will be waiting for you at the finish line to greet you with an authentic Chuck Norris high five (Please note: organizers are not responsible for any injuries that might occur from allowing Chuck Norris to give you a high five).”

A big sponsor of the event is CForce Bottling Company, a certified woman-owned business, that was founded in 2015 by Gena and Chuck Norris. While looking for a new well site, the Norris family discovered the pristine water source on their Lone Wolf Ranch in Navasota.

There will be prizes for:

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Best male Chuck Norris costume

Best female Chuck Norris costume

Best kid Chuck Norris costume (12 and under)

The race will kick off at 9 am, right after a few words of encouragement from the man, the myth, the legend himself….Chuck Norris!

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All registrants will receive a custom Chuck Norris style T-shirt, a fake beard, a real belt buckle, and an amazing post race party featuring many of Chuck Norris’ favorite foods.



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