Are you Ready to Pull Your Weight for Special Olympics?
Are you up for the challenge? Teams of 15 will take turns pulling a UPS 18-wheeler cargo truck 12 feet. The fastest pull times will win trophies in men’s women’s, co-ed, youth and pee wee divisions. There are also awards for top fundraising team, top fundraising individuals, best team t-shirt and most team spirit.
Entry for each team is a minimum of $750. Find more information here.
The money raised through this event provides funding for all McCracken County athletes to compete in basketball, bowling, softball and cheer leading, as well as track and field year-round on the local, regional and state level, traveling to tournaments in Bowling Green, Richmond and Louisville.
For information about the 2020 Paducah Truck Pull, contact Jennifer McMahon at 502-326-5002 or firstname.lastname@example.org for event information.
Though we are excited to be planning an in-person event, our team is monitoring all local and CDC guidelines. You can find all current event changes and considerations here. We will continue to update these guidelines and prioritize the safety of all participants, spectators, and volunteers.
2020 Paducah Big Brown Truck Pull Awards
Top Fundraising individual – Marrisa Yancey, FRNP Mother Truckers, $1,125
Top Fundraising Team – FRNP Mother Truckers, $5,414
Top Special Olympics Athlete – Jacob Sullivan, MSCO Athletes, $191
Co-Ed Division Champions – UPS, 7.87 seconds
Women’s Division Champions – FRNP Mother Truckers, 10.44 seconds
Men’s Division Champions – FRNP Pull Platoon, 6.01 seconds
2020 Event Total – $25,376