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Washington D.C.

2014 Race Information

Prince George’s Stadium

4101  Crain Highway, Bowie, MD 20716


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3 Mile Course Information

Description

Mile 1

The course starts out through a heavily wooded forest as runners leave the main event site. Runners will follow the trails down to the main park of Governors Bridge Natural Area and see the park open up with lakes. Runners will also pass by the Patuxent River.

Mile 2

Runners loop through flat wooded trails around ponds before hitting the main park road. The 10k course will split off briefly before connecting back together for a short period.

Mile 3

Runners head back into the woods weaving up and down hills before entering the main event site.  The biggest elevation change will be in the final mile heading back to the main event site.

Map

3 Mile Snip

6 Mile Course Information

Description

Mile 1

The course starts out through a heavily wooded forest as runners leave the main event site. Runners will follow the trails down to the main park of Governors Bridge Natural Area and see the park open up with lakes. Runners will also pass by the Patuxent River.

Mile 2

Runners loop through flat wooded trails around ponds before hitting the main park road. The 10k course will split off briefly before connecting back together for a short period.

Mile 3

Runners split off from the 5k and head around the locally farmed corn fields.

Mile 4

After the corn fields runners head back further into the park and zig-zag through wide spaced trees. Runners will have to climb a few hills before hitting the down slope. Runners will enter back into the woods for a short section before opening up into another corn field.

Mile 5

Runners loop around another corn field after leaving the woods. On the way out from the corn field runners will circle barns and meet back up with the 5k.

Mile 6

Runners head back into the woods weaving up and down hills before entering the main event site.  The biggest elevation change will be in the final mile heading back to the main event site.

Map

6 Mile Snip


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