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Atlanta – October 12, 2014

Georgia International Horse Park

1996 Centennial Olympic Parkway  Conyers, GA 30013


Registration Information

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Pricing Information

Online Registration will close on October 9th at 6PM EST

 

3 Mile

6 Mile

Open – July 6th

$50

$60

July 7th – August 3rd

$55

$65

August 4th – September 21st

$60

$70

September 22nd – October 5th

$65

$75

October 6th – October 9th

$70

$80

Race Day

$75

$85

 

 

 


Race Day Schedule

Packet Pick-up Opens

7:30 AM

Expo Opens

8:30 AM

6 Mile Start #1

8:30 AM

3 Mile Start #1

9:30 AM

3 Mile  Start #2

10:00 AM

Pull – up contest

10:15 AM

3 Mile Start #3

10:30 AM

6 Mile Award Ceremony

10:30 AM

Packet Pickup Closes

11:15 AM

Matchbox Adventure Kids presented by Paul Mitchell: 100-yard Dash Start

11:15 AM

Adventure Kids presented by Paul Mitchell: 1 Mile Race Start

11:30 AM

Matchbox Heroes Parade (Dash Race Only)

11:30 AM

3 Mile Award Ceremony

12:00 PM

Adventure Kids presented by Paul Mitchell Award Ceremony (Mile Race Only)

12:30 PM

Expo Close

12:45 PM


Parking Info

Please follow the directions to the venue, then follow signs and volunteers directing you to your parking spot.

From Atlanta: Take I-20 E towards Augusta for 23 miles. Take the GA-20 / GA-138 exit EXIT 82 towards CONYERS / MONROE and then make a left your first traffic light. Continue down GA 128 for 3 miles and then make a right on Centennial Olympic Pkwy NW. Continue down 2 miles and the parking lots will be on your right a short walk from the main event site.


Saturday Packet Pick-up

A photo ID will be required to pick up your packet. You will not be able to pick up another person’s packet, nor will another person be able to pick up yours. (Guardians may pick up packets for their minors.)

Merrell Store (The Forum)

5185 Peachtree Pkwy

Norcross, GA 30092


3 Mile Course Description

Mile 1

Runners exit the main event site and head down a dirt/gravel trail that follows the perimeter of the Georgia International Horse Park. The trail is wide and shaded by large trees and gives runners a good jump start on the course.

Mile 2

The trail emerges from the trees as runners pass the barns and stables of the horse park. After crossing the road, the course picks up one of the many riding trails into the woods. As runners exit the woods they may catch a glimpse of the Olympic Rings!

Mile 3

After crossing the road again the course follows the Olympic mountain biking course. The rocky terrain is a bit tricky but only lasts a short distance. Runners cross under the roadway through a tunnel before making their way back towards the main event site for a water crossing through the river and a refreshing MUD crawl!

Map

 

5k



6 Mile Course Description

Mile 1

Runners exit the main event site and head down a dirt/gravel trail that follows the perimeter of the Georgia International Horse Park. The trail is wide and shaded by large trees and gives runners a good jump start on the course.

Mile 2

The trail emerges from the trees as runners pass the barns and stables of the horse park. After crossing the road the course picks up one of the many riding trails into the woods. The trail through the woods narrows and provides runners with the only hills of the course. Not too far into the wood the 5K course takes an early exit as the 10K continues through the trees.

Mile 3

Runners continue through the rolling hills and open fields as they pass old horse jumping facilities built for the 1996 Olympic Games. The trail continues to loop through open fields and past an old cemetery.

Mile 4

Just past the Olympic Rings the 10K course meets back up with the 5K course. Runners cross the road again as the course follows the Olympic mountain biking course. The rocky terrain is a bit tricky but only lasts a short distance. Runners cross under the roadway through a tunnel before heading into the Steeplechase Field.

Mile 5

The trail follows the perimeter of the Steeplechase Field and ducks into the woods and mountain bike trails.

Mile 6

The trail exits the woods and turns to dirt/gravel as it passes a miniature railroad station back towards the main event site, a quick dip in the river and refreshing mud crawl!

Map

10k


Hotel and Travel

Hotel information coming soon!


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