Day of Event Registration opens at 8:15 am

Find us Saturday, April 30th, at the “Fingernail” Howard Amon Park, Richland, WA

clot trot, bleeding disorder

The Clot Trot is a 1 mile Walk/ Run, 5K and 9 Mile Run for awareness of a bleeding disorder called Hemophilia.

This service project originated as a Boy Scout Eagle Project of Aaron Smith, and is now a non-profit organization that dedicates its funds to helping the hemophilia community, raising awareness, as well as education and research.

The Clot Trot is a great fitness activity for families, and there is free food, prizes and t-shirts for everyone who participates. The Smith family runs the Clot Trot every year, and we’ve had fantastic success thanks to the support of family, friends, and the community.

Come join us on April 30th in Howard Amon Park in Richland, Washington.

Races start 9:00 am Pickup/ Registration 8:15 am

Day of Event Registration opens at 8:15 am

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