RACE INFO

Everything you need to know...

September 29, 2019 | 8AM | South Lakes High School

SWAG & MEDAL

Pre-registered participants will receive a commemorative Perfect 10 race shirt. All finishers, both 10 Mile and 10k, will receive a one-of-a-kind, ‘perfectly’ made finisher’s medal!

POST RACE FUN

Look forward to food, music, and awards at the finish area!

COURSE MAP

Check it out ahead of time to see where you’ll be running!

10 MILE MAP 10K MAP

AWARDS

There will be awards given to the top 3 overall males and females in the 10 miler and 10K, as well as to the top 3 males and females in the following age groups for both the 10 miler and 10k: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 & over.

PHOTOS

Free race photos will be available for download after the race. We will send an email notifying you when the pictures are available. Keep an eye out for our on course/finish line photographer and be prepared to strike a pose! Photos will be searchable by bib number. For best results please wear your bib on your front, outer most layer. This will also help ensure accurate timing.

RESULTS

This race will be timed by Commonwealth Race Management and will be electronically timed using the ChronoTrack B disposable tag system. Results will be available immediately after the race and will be posted on www.prraces.com

COURSE TIME LIMIT

The time limit for 10 miler is 2:15 (one must maintain 13:30 minute miles). There is no time limit for the 10k.

WATER STOPS

For the 10k, there will be one water stop at mile 3. For the 10 Miler, there will be water at mile 3, 6, and 8.5. Mile 6 will also have Gatorade.

PARKING

Parking is limited at South Lakes High School and car pooling or dropping off/picking up is recommended.

RACE BENEFICIARY

The race benefits the local cross country and track & field programs.

NOTE: For the safety for all participants there are no strollers or dogs allowed on the race course. For any event on a public school property no animals are permitted, per county policy.