2800 North Reading Road, Adamstown, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States

Start Date

10/17/2021

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Activities: Running only, 7.45 Miles

Directed by the Lancaster Road Runners Club and hosted by IronSpire Complex, this 7.45- mile race course provides challenging, varied, and picturesque running experience. All finishers receive a Race Buff, Finishers Medal, and a free beer from Columbia Kettle Works

 

AWARDS: 

1st Overall Male & Female receive $100
1st Place Male & Female Masters receive $50
Male & Female age group winners receive a growler of their choice from CKW.
Age groups: 14-16, 17-20, 21-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and over
Extra $200 cash award if course record is broken (male record 39:01, female record 45:35) !!

REGISTRATION:

$40 before 9/30/2020,

$45 after and on race day


Online @ RunSignUp
*****THERE WILL ONLY BE ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THIS RACE.*****

***NO PAPER APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED ONLY ONLINE REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE***
No refunds, Race will go on rain or shine. Must be 14 years or older to register.

RACE DAY:

Registration: 8:45 - 9:45 AM front of the complex.
Baby-jogging strollers, pets, or headphones will not be permitted in the race.
Start Time: 10:00 AM, at the front of the IronSpire Complex.
Free parking is available on the grounds of the IronSpire Complex.
Awards Ceremony will be at the Finish Line and After Party in IronSpire Complex.

COURSE:

12k Course
The course runs counterclockwise, beginning and ending at the front of the complex. The first mile is a gentle downhill that takes you into and through the quiet borough of Adamstown, home to Good’s Potato Chips and Bollman Hat Company. The following 2 miles slowly climbs North and West into the wooded countryside. At mile 3 a long, fairly gradual uphill begins, which flattens out between miles 4.5 & 5. Just after mile 5 the runners will experience a winding down hill descent. Please be careful, there is a sharp right turn at the bottom. The remainder of the course is fairly flat with a short, but very inconvenient hill just before mile 7. The last quarter mile is downhill so save something for the sprint to the finish. There will be two aid stations, one at mile 3 and one just before mile 5. Local police and fire police and Lancaster Road Runners Club members provide traffic control and course guidance.

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