4th ANNUAL RUCK 293
SAT., FEB 27, 2020 - DURATION: 4.5 HOURS - DISTANCE: 13.1 MILES
START TIME: 6:30am
MALES: 50 LB RUCK - FEMALES: 30LB RUCK
*YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BRING YOUR OWN RUCKSACK WITH THE DESIGNATED WEIGHT
100% of this donation & your registration fees benefit Texas police officers facing unforeseen illnesses or injuries outside the line of duty.
Law Enforcement & Military discounts are for active peace officers and military only. Each registration is verified . Anyone using the discount code who is not entitled to it shall forfeit their registration. Thanks for the donation.
In consideration of acceptance of this entry, I waive and release any and all claims for myself and my heirs against the Ruck 293, Project Blue, USATF, Lee College, the City of Baytown, Baytown Police Department and any other person, volunteer, sponsor, official, and/or organizer of this event for any injury or illness which may directly or indirectly result from my participation in the Jail Break Ruck. My claims remain waived even though liability may arise from negligence or carelessness on the part of persons or entitles mentioned above. I further state that I am in proper physical condition to participate in this event. I hereby grant full permission for any publicity and/or promotional purposes without obligation or liability to me.
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This Ruck is in memory of a 2017 Project Blue recipient—Officer Castellanos
Vincent Castellanos enlisted in the United States Army as an infantryman on August 1999. He served in the Army from 1999-2015. During his service to our country, Vince became an Army Ranger and completed both Air Assault and Pathfinder schools. Castellanos deployed overseas 5 times. He was a highly decorated combat veteran whose commendations include Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal with Valor Device, 6 additional Army commendations medals, 8 Army Achievement medals & numerous campaign & qualification medals. After leaving the Military, Vince choose to continue his service as a police officer. He served as a patrol officer and member of the SWAT team for Sherman police department. We lost this hero, our Superman on December 25, 2017. He is survived by his wife, Angelia & his 4 children. In Oct 2016, he was diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer. Even during his chemotherapy and radiation, Castellanos refused to stop his work for the community of Sherman.