2020 Overall winners, RRCA Champions and CRA Champions:
Daniel Jaskowak Amy Cashin
RRCA Masters Champions:
Kevin Shirk Jacqueline Gruendel
RRCA Grandmasters Champions:
Peter Bendettini Tonya Stotler
RRCA Senior Grandmasters Champions:
Mike Meadows Becky Polite
for Full Results, click HERE
The 2020 edition of the Loudoun Street Mile is now in the books. And how different it was from previous years! It was one of the first, if not THE first, races in Virginia since March (other than myriad virtual races).
First off, we would like to thank all who ran or walked in the race and the many folks who volunteered to help it go smoothly. We feel we were able to host a competitive event and also comply with the mandates set forth by the state as well as address the concerns of local entities. It took cooperation from everyone to make it successful and we think it was mission accomplished!
We hope you liked the new ‘wave format’ — it seemed to go smoothly and likely will be the pattern we will follow in previous years. The “grid” system at the starting line also worked well and everyone seemed to understand the concept. We were able to provide proper social distancing at the start and we believe everyone felt safe.
We did miss the large crowds at the finish and the awards ceremony and of course the food table! If you won an award you may pick it up at the store. We will mail the remainders out soon, along with checks. We congratulate the winners!
Thanks again and we hope to see you back next year!
Mark & Staff
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Check out all the sponsors that make this event possible! We are so grateful to have each and every one of them!
Celebrate Memorial Day by running in the 34th Loudoun Street Mile! This family-friendly event features scheduled heats so Mom and Dad can enjoy a race and give their kids a taste of racing as well! Participants receive a T-shirt with their registrations, available in adult and youth sizes. The event also features random door prizes throughout the event culminating in an awards ceremony at 10:00 am. Loudoun Steet Mile proceeds benefit the Laurel Center, a local shelter for victims of domestic abuse. Since 2002, the race as raised $35,000 for this local non-profit.