About The Race
This is the 36th annual edition of the Loudoun Street Mile which traverses Loudoun Street in Historic Old Town Winchester, Virginia. This years race will serve as the RRCA National Championship Race as well the Collegiate Running Association Championship race.
FORMAT: The race will be run in waves of approximately 50 runners each. The Top 50 men will run first at 8:30, followed by the Top 50 women at 8:40. The remaining waves will also be seeded through 6:00 for men and 7:00 for women. Those will then be followed by random waves of approximately 50 people. This will allow families to run together. See full schedule below. Each wave will start 10 minutes after the preceding wave.
Wave assignments will be posted the week prior to the race but will not become official until the day prior to the race. If you wish to be re-assigned please contact the race director. Please do not move "UP" a wave but moving "BACK" will generally not be a problem.
TOT TROT will begin approximately 10 mins. after the last runner in the final wave. Starting line for the Tot Trot will be in front of Wilkin's Family Shoe Store. Boys will run first followed by the girls.
You can check your corral and number assignments by clicking on the PDF link.
All One Mile races will start at 1604 S. Loudoun Street near Blue Ridge Electric.
There will be prize money to the top 5 runners and first masters as follows (same as in 2022):
1st Overall: $750
2nd Overall: $400
3rd Overall: $250
4th Overall: $175
5th Overall: $125
1st Masters: $100 (no double-dipping)
Overall winners determined by GUN time.
Age Group Awards
Awarded to top 3 in each age group:
6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49 for men and women;
50-54, 55-59, 60-69, 70-79 & 80+ for men;
50-59, 60-69 & 70+ for women.
Top 3 will be determined by CHIP time since competitors may be in different waves.
We are excited to announce that the 2023 Loudoun Street Mile will serve as the Regional Championship Race!
Championship medals will be awarded to:
Masters Champion (40+)
Grandmasters Champion (50+)
Senior Grandmasters Champion (60+)
Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) Championships
Collegiate Running Association (CRA) Road
The top 3 collegians will be recognized as the CRA winners. This is open to anyone who has taken at least one college class (even on-line) in the first half of 2023. Eligibility must be verified through the Collegiate Running Association.
2023 Prize Money (equal for men and women, same as in 2022):
Double-dipping with open prize money WILL be allowed.
The course is a straight shot down Loudoun Street, finishing in the middle of the Old Town Mall.
Anyone interested in a comp-entry can email race director Mark Stickley at email@example.com. There will be a limited number of entries comp'd but minimum requirements are sub-4:15 for men and sub 4:55 for women.