What Race Should I Run?

KIDS AND FAMILY RACE: Get out with your kids who are younger than middle school age and watch as they tear through the streets, or take your time and enjoy the scenery as you walk/jog the beautiful downtown course.

HIGH SCHOOL RACE: For high school age athletes looking to compete for the win or simply win by achieving a personal best time.

BLUE SHIELD OF CA Employee Race: A full race devoted to the employees of one of our valued partners, Blue Shield of CA.  If you are an employee of the company, register and run!

OPEN RACE: A race for runners of all ages, looking to achieve personal bests.  Various prizes will be awarded to winners of age groups.

CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP: A race pitting local Cross fit gyms against each other to crown the fastest Crossfit in the San Joaquin valley.  If you are a member of a local Crossfit, register and run for your gym!

FIRE DEPT vs. POLICE DEPARTMENT: Our local service departments will clash on the course to find out once and until next year, who is the fastest service branch in Lodi: The FD or the PD.  If you are a fireman or policeman, firewoman or policewoman, register to make sure that your team has the best chance to claim victory!

ELITE RACES (MEN & WOMEN): These races will be run in a team championship format, and will showcase some of the fastest men and women in the United States, competing for the Lodi Mile Championship!  

Where is the starting line located?

The Starting Line and Finish Line will be located just south of the intersection of Elm St. and School St. on School St, between cellardoor and Ollies Pub.

Where should I park? 

Parking for the event is located at the parking garage at the corner of S. Sacramento St. and W. Elm St. 

Where do proceeds from the Lodi Mile go?

Proceeds from the Lodi Mile are donated to the Lodi Sports Foundation.  The Foundation is dedicated to funding the construction of athletic facilities for Lodi area youth and the community as a whole.  The Lodi Sports Foundation recently funded the construction of the Don Womble Track and Field Complex at Lodi High School.