2024 BIAK Brain Run, Walk & Roll

2024 BIAK Brain Run, Walk & Roll supporting The Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky
2024 BIAK Brain Run, Walk & Roll

About 2024 BIAK Brain Run, Walk & Roll


Presented by Delta Dental...

Join BIAK, our Chair, Donna Barton Brothers & Honorary Chair, Officer Nick Wilt, 

on Saturday May 11th for a breath of fresh air with the your fellow team members at EP Tom Sawyer State Park! 

Whether you walk, run, or roll....this event is for whole Family!

Location:  Main Entrance

Packet Pick-Up will be May 10th from 5:00-7:00pm at EP Tom Sawyer State Park (Main Entrance-Registration Tent)


7:30am- Registration and Activities Open

8:15am-Warm Up Begins

8:30am- Run (5K), Walk & Roll Begins 

Awards to follow after the walk. 

Emcee- WLKY's Jennifer Baileys, Entertainment by DJ John Q,  Warm-ups by our local fitness community & Mary Varga, refreshments, & kid zone! 

200 Helmets will be given away! 

More Details to Come! 

Cross Country 5K Route Below:


Starts at:  May 11, 2024 7:30 AM
Ends at:  May 11, 2024 10:00 AM


E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park
3000 Freys Hill Road
Louisville,KY 40241 USA


Lauren Broadus

Why Participate?

BIAK seeks to share its philosophy, experience and skills with survivors, family members, students, caregivers, administrators, health professionals, legislators, the lay community and all those who desire to make a difference in the life of individuals with brain injuries and their families.

In Kentucky

    •  Over 15,000 people visited Kentucky Hospitals with a TBI related injury. That is an average of 41 persons per day!

    • Of those 15,000, 11,673 were treated and released from an ED

    •  3,522 were hospitalized

    •  1,034 died

    • 2.346 TBIs occurred among children ages birth to 14 years; ED visits accounted for more than

      90% of the TBIs in this age group

    • An unknown number of persons now live with either long or short-term neurological deficits even those who were treated and released

How Your Support Makes a Difference

BIAK serves those affected by brain injury through advocacy, education, prevention, service and support.” BIAK links survivors of brain injury and their families to support from others with similar experience; provides them with education and information about living and coping with brain injury; assists them in locating resources for financial assistance; and seeks to connect people with sources of emotional support.

Thanks to our generous sponsors