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The Devil’s Den 10 Miler is the 7th race in the Coldwell Banker Elite Grand Prix Series and one of the best 10 mile certified courses in Virginia. Starting and finishing in front of the Culpeper Sports Complex, the course is mostly flat with some rolling hills. The course is a loop with scenic views of the beautiful Culpeper countryside. There is plenty of close parking, electronic timing, and results are posted at the finish line and online. The Devil’s Den is the perfect training run for those fall marathons with plenty of room to run your own pace. Bring your friends and family to cheer you on then spend the afternoon exploring the historic town of Culpeper.
Whether you are competing for the prize money or striving for a new PR or looking for a fun race to run with friends, the Devil’s Den 10 Miler is the race for you!
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Race numbers and T-shirts may be picked up at Virginia Runner in Fredericksburg, VA on Saturday, August 15th (11 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and race day Sunday, August 16th (starting at 6:30 a.m.) at Culpeper County Sports Complex. Packets will not be mailed.
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