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Charlottesville Ten Miler

Saturday March 23rd, 2019
Charlottesville, VA
Distance: 10 Miles

First run in 1976, the Charlottsville 10 Miler is a Charlottsville tradition and the area's oldest and most prestigious race. It starts on the University of Virgina campus, in front of the school's beautiful John Paul Jones Arena, and goes through the town of Charlottsville. Organized by the Charlottsville Track Club, the race has raised tens of thousands of dollars for local charities over the last 40 years.

Charlottsville and the surrounding area is steeped in history. Can you say Thomas Jefferson? Charlottsville is not only the home of the University of Virginia, but Monticello, the plantation and residence of Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States, lies just outside the city. Monticello is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Charlottsville, which is 116 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., was also the home of another U.S. President, James Monroe.

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displays approximate race location · Charlottesville VA 22902

Race Date: 03/24/2018 Distance: 10mi
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 52:43 Silas Frantz 24 Richmond, VA
2nd Male 54:38 Emmett Saulnier 22 Richmond, VA
3rd Male 56:16 Billy Chorey 36 Charlottesville, VA
4th Male 56:51 Brian Flynn 34 Bridgewater, VA
Female 58:53 Rachel Ward 28 Charlottesville, VA
2nd Female 59:52 Ann Mazur Robb 32 Charlottesville, VA
3rd Female 1:00:57 Ann Dunn 32 Earlysville, VA
4th Female 1:02:14 Allison Kelley 25 Charlottesville, VA
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 1:00:57 Jason Dunn 45 Earlysville, VA
M 50-59 1:02:08 Andrew Beardsley 54 Charlottesville, VA
M 60-69 1:12:39 John Ferguson 62 Grand Junction, CO
M 70+ 1:37:33 Robert Anderson 72 Lovettsville, VA
F 40-49 1:06:14 Meg Crook 43 Charlottesville, VA
F 50-59 1:13:22 Sophie Speidel 55 Charlottesville, VA
F 60-69 1:27:08 Kathy Headlee 60 Richmond, VA
F 70+ 2:03:58 Subagha/linda Winkelstern 73 Charlottesville, VA
Charlottesville Ten Miler
A long uphill at the start helps to gently and safely lead the racers over a series of rolling hills along Alderman Road.

One of the longest and toughest hills peppers the runners as they climb the loop around Scott Stadium.

A gentle mile-long rise carries the racers along McCormick Road and through the heart of Jefferson's University to the UVA Chapel and Rotunda.

After a slight uphill along Rugby Road, the racers turn onto Grady Avenue and are treated to the longest downhill of the course.

The runners continue to get relief as they race down Preston Avenue but as they hit the brick of the Downtown Mall, the racers begin the first of a series of climbs.

After a long and gentle downhill through the historic Court Square area and a very steep plunge down scenic Second Street, the racers are hit with a tough climb up Northwood before flattening out along dogwood-lined Evergreen Avenue.

The legendary climb up Lexington and Maple is the most talked about section of the course. After their ascent, racers are rewarded with a cruise down Seventh Street, the Downtown Mall and then onto Water Street.

Many consider the gentle but seemingly unending uphill straightaway along Main Street to be the most mental portion of the course.

After climbing the steep hill along "The Corner," the racers are greeted with a gentle but long and steady downhill back through the beautiful University Grounds.

Alderman Road is like a roller coaster of hills but the racers know they're home when they crest the railroad bridge at Copeley Rd.

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