THE RACE
CONCEPT

The Lodi Mile is an event aimed at bringing participants and fans closer to the sport of running by making it a game-like experience. The event consists of varying races throughout the day that allow runners of all abilities to test their skills or go for a personal best.

You'll make your way around Hutchins Street Square on two half-mile road laps. Then when you're finished competing, you are encouraged to pick a spot roadside to watch the rest of the epic races, including clashes of world class milers in the men's and women's elite championships.  


KIDS AND FAMILY RUN: 9:00AM

Walk or jog with the kids and even bring the dog along for the trip! Make sure you've got a leash (for the dog, that is).

 

WOMEN’S MASTERS RACE: 9:52AM

For Masters age racers looking to compete. A bottle of Michael David wine for Age Group Winners!

OPEN RACE: 9:25AM

Open to joggers and runners of any level. Age group winners (over 21) will receive a bottle of Michael David wine! 

 

MEN’S MASTERS RACE: 10:05AM

For Masters age racers looking to compete. A bottle of Michael David wine for Age Group Winners!

 

HIGH SCHOOL RACES

Girls Races: 10:15AM

Boys Races: 10:35AM

Separate Boys and Girls races with Team Scoring. Register 4 runners per team to races scored XC style. Heats are assembled by fastest combined team times submitted. Team Champions take home the Golden VIne Trophy, Norcal bragging rights and have their signatures etched into the Lodi Mile Oak Barrel alongside past race champions.

NOTE: HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON AUGUST 10TH!

*Matching tops must be worn by teams

ELITE CHAMPIONSHIP RACES

Womens Race: 11:00AM

Mens Race: 11:10AM

Watch some of the USA's fastest athletes battle on the streets of Lodi.  The winners solidify their places in Lodi Mile history and take home the lion's share of the prize purse. Stay after the race for an open forum Q/A with the pros!


HIGH SCHOOL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP SCORING

Each of these races will score the teams competing Cross Country style. (1st place = 1 point, 2nd place = 2 points etc.) These scores will be added up for each team, and the team with the lowest score will be crowned champion!