Penn Sports Medicine is proud to serve as the official medical team for the 2017 Love Run Philadelphia Half Marathon, for the third consecutive year. The 13.1-mile race is scheduled for Sunday, March 26, and participant volume for 2017 is already expected to surpass the 2016 event, with over 10,000 runners on the course.
“Philadelphia’s Love Run Half Marathon is a terrific local event and we are proud to take part, again,” says Alexis S. Tingan, MD, CAQSM, Penn Sports Medicine physician and Love Run Medical Team Director. “We expect this to be another great year and wish all of the runners luck. Our clinical team will be cheering everyone on from the tents and sidelines, and, of course, will be there to assist those in need of care.”
Penn Sports Medicine physicians will supervise medical staff at mobile medical tents along the race route and finish line. The Penn team will also provide training to the nurses, paramedics, EMTs and athletic training volunteers that are staffing the event on race day.
About the 2017 Love Run Philadelphia Half Marathon
Join thousands from the Philadelphia region and across the nation for another fun weekend in the City of Brotherly Love. Voted ‘Best Half Marathon in the Region’ by Best of Competitor, the Love Run offers runners a combination of competing in a world-class event and an opportunity to experience Philly’s unique sights and sounds. The race’s course, which runs through Philadelphia’s downtown (‘Center City’), is also walker- and pedestrian-friendly for friends and family members who are cheering from the sidelines. From the kickoff party and team challenges to great swag and Philly-themed finish line food, the Love Run is truly a race that loves you back.
When: Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 8 a.m. a
Where: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Art Museum, Eakins Oval
About Penn Sports Medicine
The specialists at Penn Sports Medicine treat both the ‘weekend warriors’ and elite athletes – providing comprehensive care for patients of all ages and abilities. Sports medicine services are provided to those who receive injuries from sports, recreation, exercise and everyday activities.
Our goal at Penn Sports Medicine is to develop individualized care plans to help patients return to normal activities as soon as possible, providing the most appropriate diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for their injury or condition.