START TIME: Saturday, June 20, 2020, 9:00 am. Race day registration opens at 7:00 AM.
Center for Discovery/Rock Hill, Frontier Drive (Turn off Lake Louise Marie Road), Rock Hill, NY. (Exit #109 Route 17)
RACE DAY REGISTRATION OPENS: 7 AM - 8:55 AM. Race Starts at 9:00 AM
PRE-REGISTRATION PACKET PICK UP: 7 AM- 8:55 AM Bibs and T-Shirts can be picked up at the race venue on the morning of the event. This is the only time/day for packet pick up.
Fast, flat, 5K loop around scenic Lake Louise Marie.
Male - Harbert Okeiti New Paltz, NY Time: 14:33.2
Female - Claudia Camargo Hopewell Junction, NY Time: 16:46
Calculated by Second Wind Race Timing
Guaranteed to the first 900 registrants.
Top three in each 5 year age group. All kids 10 and under receive a medal.
10 & Under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-59, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+
Starting line is in front of Sombrero's Restaurant on Lake Louise Marie Road.
Follow Lake Louise Marie Road to Marginal Road.
Go right to Lake Shore Drive East.
Go left at the fork to Nottingham Gate.
Follow Nottingham Gate to Lake Shore Drive East.
Follow Lake Shore Drive East to Lake Shore Drive South.
Follow Lake Shore Drive South to Lake Shore Drive West.
Follow Lake Shore Drive West to North Emerald Drive to the Finish Line.
Sorry, no dogs. We love dogs, but for liability reasons, our four-legged friends are no longer permitted at the event- that means on the course and in the courtyard/tents where pre and post-race activities are held.
Strollers are welcome, however, runners with strollers please line up at the back of the pack, and allow the field to spread out before proceeding at a full pace. Walkers with strollers are likewise asked to line up at the back of the walkers. Remember, children riding in strollers cannot have bib #s with chips. The time recorded will be of the individual pushing the stroller. Otherwise, the results will be impacted to the detriment of children under 10 who are running or walking on their own accord. Use caution when approaching the finish line, as there may be a group of runners who have stopped or come to a walking pace over the finish line. Safety is our highest priority at the R4. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.