The Gate River Run (GRR) was first held in 1978, formerly known as the Jacksonville River Run, is an annual 15-kilometer road running event in Jacksonville, Fla., that attracts both competitive and recreational runners -- in huge numbers!
One of the great running events in America, it has been the US National 15K Championship since 1994, and in 2007 became the largest 15K race in the country. It was voted as one of the top US Road Races for last 20 years by Runner's World Magazine.
|2nd Male||43:13||Leonard Korir|
|3rd Male||43:14||Hillary Bor|
|4th Male||43:22||Biya Simbassa|
|2nd Female||49:17||Emily Durgin|
|3rd Female||49:46||Emily Infield|
|4th Female||49:51||Sarah Pagano|
The race will start on Duval Street in front of the Jacksonville Fairgrounds. The start will be near the intersection of Duval Street and Randolph Boulevard. The race will run west on Duval Street doing an out and back mile to finish inside the Fairgrounds near the starting line.
All miles will be marked and digital clocks will display the elapsed time at each mile mark. Water Stations and toilets will be located throughout the course, and entertainment will be provided each mile during the race.