Registration fees for 2017 are as follows:
10k - If postmarked before 6/14/17 -- $25
10k - June 17, 2017 (Race Day) -- $30
5K Split -- $15 per runner -- Raceday: $20 per runner
2 Mile Run -- $15 -- Raceday: $30
2 Mile Walk -- $15 -- Raceday: $20
2 Mile And 10k -- $35 -- Raceday: $40
KidsK (Always the same, even on race day) -- $7
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This year, the GC10K is focused on heart health. We have teamed up with The American Heart Association and The United Hospital Center. Portions of all race entries will be dontated to help locals recieve needed heart screening. Teams will be split by those who live on either side of I79.
This year, we are incorporating a relay portion for those who are interested in running a 5K split. Partners will each run one lap (5K) of the course cost is $30 for the pair.
2 Mile Run / 2 Mile Walk
The 2 Mile Run begins at approximately 10:00 a.m. near the 10K Start Line. Runners complete two loops in downtown Clarksburg.
Over $10,000.00 available in prizes.
Race Day at the City Parking Garage on Hewes Avenue. Use Downtown Exit off Rt. 50.
Watch for pictures and results on RunHigh.com web site and IPlayOutside .
Special Rules for the Course
In accordance with the rules and guidelines issued by USA Track and Field It is our intent to furnish the safest possible race course. Those who participate in violation of these rules will be disqualified and removed from the course. The guidelines further state "foot runners and authorized vehicles have the right-of-way at all times." No strollers, headphones, bicycles or roller blades are permitted on the course.
The Greater Clarksburg 10K encourages friendly team competition. Registration is FREE, in addition to the entry fee for each team member. Team applications can be obtained by or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Clarksburg Police Department will provide traffic control with the help of local volunteers. The entire course will be closed to traffic from 8:00 a.m. through 11:00 a.m.
Timing and Race Results
Computer timing services will be provided. Participants will attach the Champion Computer Chip to their shoe prior to the race and turn it in at the finish line. The chip gives 5k splits and times throughout the course. Results will be posted at the award ceremony located at the Awards Ceremony.
Massage will be available to runners pre and post race and will be provided by Valarie Dunlevy, a nationally certified massage therapist, and friends.
The course loops twice through residential and business districts over rolling terrain with short hills. Participants follow Main Street to Hardee's, turn left onto Marshall Street; turn left onto Pike Street at the Red Caboose Restaurant; follow Pike Street to Chestnut Street; turn left onto Chestnut Street; turn left onto Main Street; repeat the Course. The Finish Line is near the Harrison County Courthouse on Maint Street. The 10K (6.2 mile) course has been certified and sanctioned by USA Track and Field. Cert. # WV97001WB
Course Description: Beginning near the same Start Line as the 10K, the runners will proceed down Main Street and turn left onto 2nd Street and over to Pike Street (the same street the 10K runners turn onto) where the runners will once again turn left back over to Main Street and left back to the Start Line. The runners will do this twice and finish at the Harrison County Court House (same Finish Line as the 10K). Awards for the 2 Mile Run will be given to the top five males and female overall finishers. Each participant will receive a race T-shirt designed just for the event.
The course follows a counter-clockwise loop on Route 20.