6th Annual North Texas Zebra PHriends 5K Run & PHun Walk

Saturday, November 03, 2012


Pulmonary Hypertension is an incurable disease that affects the lungs and eventually the heart. It causes the arteries in the lungs to constrict, becoming too narrow for normal blood flow from the heart to the lungs, creating high blood pressure in the arteries and stress on the heart. General treatment is oral medications and if that doesn't work, it's followed up with continuous IV medications all geared toward sustaining a patient's life until a lung and/or heart transplant can be performed.

Please join us in raising awareness and finding a cure for PH at the 6th Annual Zebra PHriends 5K and PHun Walk on Saturday, November 3, 2012, at the Andy Brown East Park in Coppell, TX!  The walk will be 1 mile (scooter friendly) and a T-shirt will be provided to the first 150 registered participants. Following the walk and run, there will be a luncheon and raffle. There is a large playground, pavilion and picnic tables on site, so bring your family and friends! Dogs are also welcome!

The 5K run will start at 9 am.  The top three females and males in each age division will receive awards. Race chip timing will be provided. All 5k participants will receive an event technical T-shirt. 5k participants should register on Active.com.  (https://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2024380)

Schedule of Events:

9:00 am - Run Begins
10:00 am - Walker Registration
11:00 am - 1 mile Walk begins
Lunch and raffle will follow

*Please note that you can use this site to register for the Walk and/or make a donation. To participate in the 5K Run portion of this event, please register on active.com at (https://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2024380).

Online registration is now closed, but you can still register on-site at the event (although T-shirt not guaranteed).

To make a general donations towards this event, please click here.

All proceeds benefit patient support services and research of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA).