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Join us for the 44th Annual Bluegrass 10,000 on July 4, 2020. Our certified 10,000-meter course weaves through the main business and historic district in downtown Lexington. The race is is part of Lexington's Fourth of July Festival sponsored by Lexington Parks and Recreation and the Downtown Lexington Corporation.
RACE DAY SCHEDULE
7:25am Wheelchair Division Start (Main Street in front of Carson's Restaurant)
7:30am Bluegrass 10,000 Start (Main Street in front of Carson's Restaurant)
8:00am 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk Start (Corner of Elm Tree & Short Streets)
9:00am Bluegrass 10,000 Awards Ceremony (On Main Street across from the Old Courthouse)
PACKET PICKUP OPPORTUNITIES TO BE ANNOUNCED
Female: Lydia Kosgei 34:39 (2015)
Male: Marcus Nenow 29:14 (1983)
Push Rim Wheelchair Female: Aerelle Jones 32:09 (2018)
Push Rim Wheelchair Male: Paul Dietrich 24:19 (1996)
Hand-Cranked Wheelchair Male: Greg Queen 18:45 (2014)
Hand-Cranked Wheelchair Female: Carley Pearson 25:44 (2014)
If you are planning to do the Bluegrass 10,000 why not sign up for the Bluegrass Trifecta Race Series. Register for 3 great races in one transaction for one low price and earn a finisher's medal and be eligible for series prizes. The races in the series are the BIG LEX 4 Miler (May 25th), Bluegrass 10,000 (July 4th) and A Midsummer Nights Run 5K (August 10th). To register for the series go to www.BluegrassTrifectaRaceSeries.com
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Our 10K race will be chip timed by RaceRise. Please review the instructions below regarding the placement of your chipped bib so that you receive an accurate finish time.
Check the results for the race here: http://racerise.com/?p=29233
Check out the link for photos of our race: http://jalaubphotography.zenfolio.com/f882110160