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Double Road Race Denver

Double Road Race Federation

Sunday, July 21, 2013 from 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM (MDT)

Denver, CO

Double Road Race Denver

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Double Road Race (10K+5K)   more info Ended $45.00 $2.12
Denver Road Mile   more info Ended $30.00 $1.74
Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Mile   more info Ended $15.00 $1.37

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Double Road Race Denver

Join us for the first Double Road Race to be held in Denver.  Race participants will run two road races (10k + 5k) on the same day.  The Double is a unique event created by Bob Anderson, the founder of  Runner’s World Magazine which he published for 18 years.

$5,000 in prize money will be awarded.


We have Three events in Denver Colorado on July 21, 2013
Denver Road Mile Run/Walk: Five Dollars of your registration fee benefits youth running programs. We are bringing back the mile run! It is included in our Double Road Race Events. Come run or walk the Denver Road Mile. You will get an official time, t-shirt and awards. Denver Road Mile Run/Walk:  Special award for top three male and female runners, and top three age-group winners 19 and Under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 plus.
Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Mile: This race is designed for children 10 and under. Race starts at 7:15 am after the Denver Road Mile concludes. Kids Awards: Each kid who finishes will receive an award. Special medal for top three for the following ages (boys and girls) – 4 and under, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Special Kids Cup trophy for the first boy and first girl to finish the race.
Double Road Race Denver: Our Trademark event. Run the 10K at 7:45 and the 5K at 9:30. $5,000 in prize money.

Early Bird Entry Fee: (by May 31) : Denver Road Mile Run/Walk $30, Bob Anderson’s Kids Cup Mile $15, Denver Double Road Race $45
Regular Entry Fee (After May 31) Denver Road Mile Run/Walk $35, Bob Anderson’s Kids Cup Mile $20, Denver Double Road Race $55
Race weekend registration - Denver Road Mile $40, Bob Anderson’s Kids Cup Mile $25, Denver Double Road Race $60
Race day registration MAY be available on Sunday July 21 for the Denver Road Mile and Kids Cup Mile, if space is available.
Run For The Kids – 100% of all donations and $5.00 of the Denver Road Mile Run/Walk benefit non-profit youth running programs nationally and locally.

Kids Awards: Each kid who finishes will receive an award. Special medal for top three for the following ages (boys and girls) – 4 and under, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.   Special Kids Cup trophy for the first boy and first girl to finish the race. 

Double Road Race Denver: Run the 10K at 7:45 and the 5K at 9:30.
Awards: Overall, age-group, and kids awards. Prize Money: $4,000 of prize money. Plus $1000 Bonus Money For World Records
Double Entry fee covers: Official Race T-shirt, Special Tote Bag, entry into the Recovery Zone, special Key Chain medal for all finishers, special Double two-sided medals to the top five in each age-group, four-color race program, and the opportunity to win some of the prize money for overall and age-group winners.

Medals

Christine Kenedy

 

Recovery Zone

fastest runners in the USA

 

Kids Cup Mile

Have questions about Double Road Race Denver? Contact Double Road Race Federation

When & Where


Denver City Park
2001 Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO CO

Sunday, July 21, 2013 from 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM (MDT)


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Organizer

Double Road Race Federation

A running visionary and innovator, Bob Anderson founded Runner’s World at age 17 with $100 to invest and a dream to base it on. Already an addicted runner, he wanted to see a running publication that would not only appeal to him, but would carry articles which he could read to help his own running. He published the magazine for 18 years before selling it in 1984 after it reached a paid circulation of more than 435,000.

His creation of the Double Road Race®, at a time when road races are more popular than ever before, marks his renaissance in the running world. First there was Runner’s World, now there is the Double Road Race™ and the new sport of Double Road Racing. The initial impact of the Double is similar to the impact the magazine had when he first started it in 1966. Time will tell how big this idea ultimately becomes, but all signs are promising to say the least.

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