September 7th

Join us on Saturday, September 8th for the annual Labor Day Dash 5k and 10k in McKinney. The Labor Day Dash is a Labor Day themed run that is perfect for the whole family. The fun includes a costume contest, free kids dash, great post race food, and plenty of fun activities and vendors! You are not going to want to miss this one. All Labor Day Dash 5k & 10k race participants will receive:

  • Chip-timed run on a Garmin-certified course with live results
  • Custom event shirt (must register by deadline date)
  • Custom 3″ finisher medal for all 5k / 10k participants
  • Awards for top 3 male and female finishers in each age group
  • Free race pictures
  • Custom race bib
  • Special youth pricing for 12 and under

The Labor Day Dash is part of the Bodies Holiday Race Series. Sign up for the whole series for big discounts and member’s only perks. Can’t make a race, sign up for the virtual race option.

Race Location & Course Map:

Cockrill Middle School  (Map)
1351 Hardin Blvd, McKinney, TX 75071

5K Course Map  10K Course Map

Race Start Time:

The Labor Day Dash  5k & 10k will start at 8:00 A.M.

Packet Pick Up

Friday, Sept 6, 2:00 -6:00 PM at:

Academy Sports McKinney (Map)
1720 W University Dr McKinney, TX 75069


Race Pricing:

Labor Day Dash 5k & 10k fees are the same!

  • $31 through Jul 14
  • $35 through Aug 18
  • $39 through Sep 05
  • $41 at packet pickup and on race day
    *Virtual Race entries are $40.

Youth (12 & Under) – if they want t-shirt, finisher medal, bib otherwise they can run in the kids dash for free!

  • $26 through Sep 5th
  • $30 at packet pickup and on race day

1 Mile Walk 

  • $26 through Sep 5th
  • $30 at packet pickup and on race day

Volunteers – can’t run or have someone coming to cheer you on, we are always looking for help! It’s rewarding and we will reward you with a free entry for helping out! Contact us for details.

*You must register by Aug 29th to be guaranteed a shirt, we cannot guarantee a shirt or size for registrations placed after this date.

Registration Options

Register Online

*Paid registrations cannot be refunded or transferred, see our cancellation policy here. You are welcome to switch to a virtual race entry, up until race day, and still get your shirt, medal, and bib, but you must come pick them up at packet pickup or arrange for it to be shipped.

Race Day Schedule

We aim to provide a great race experience by keeping everything organized and on time. If any adjustments need to be made we will make announcements to keep you up-to-date. Thanks for your understanding and support.

  • 6:45-7:30 – Packet pickup & race day registration
  • 7:40 – DJ led, fun warm up
  • 7:45 – Costume contest
  • 7:50 – Kids dash
  • 8:00 5k and 10k race start

Immediately following your finish you will have live results, post-race snacks, and finisher medals waiting for you!

Age Group Awards

Prizes for the Labor Day Dash will be awarded to the top three male and female finishers in the 5k and 10k races. The age categories are: 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+

*If your award is not picked up on race day you will need to email within one week to make arrangements for pickup or shipping.  Thank you and congratulations! 

Charity Partner

Our mission at Bodies Race Company is to make a positive impact in our community. We do this by providing a healthy activity for the whole family and benefiting local charities. We want everyone to have a great time and invest in their health but we are also calling on our great community to help those in need.  The Firecracker Flight aims to support The Red Door Food Pantry is for anyone who is hungry. The Red Door Food Pantry is filled with nutrient rich foods. The food is available to everyone. No one is required to ask for food, complete forms, or reveal their identity, but simply take the food they need to feed their family. People from any age group, ethnic group, and religious affiliation are welcome to take what they need.  “Take What You Need – Give What You Can”