NOTE: Due to potential field size limitations due to COVID-19 the elite field will be limited for our 2021 event on September 6. Consideration of elite entries will be on a first come first-accepted basis.
Athletes who are interested in being considered for Elite Athlete status should complete and submit the application below. If you have questions, please contact Mike Caldwell at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss participation opportunities for the 10K. Elite athlete applicants are required to list both their career personal records and best 10K since Jan 1, 2018, along with supporting documentation that they can qualify to run within the elite time standards established by the TD Bank Reedy River Run. Prize money is open to US Citizens with USATF numbers only and athletes with remaining high school eligibility will not receive prize money. See the Awards and Cash Prizes at "Awards" page. Time Standards to be considered for Elite Status for GTC Reedy River Run 10K: Open Males: 31:30 Open Females: 36:30 Other distance equivalents may be considered (Males: 5K < 15:00 HM < 1:10:00; Females: 5K < 17:30, HM < 1:21:00), but do not guarantee elite entry
Athletes who have been suspended for doping by a governing body, or are currently associated with a coach or agent with a history of athletes using Performance Enhancing Drugs are not eligible to participate in and should not apply for entry in the GTC Reedy River Run.
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