Raleigh has a long-standing tradition of having a 1-mile Sunday afternoon race held Downtown in September. Precision Race is keeping the tradition alive with the 3rd annual Oak City Mile.
The Oak City Mile includes a Men's Competitive Mile Race at 2 pm followed by a Women's Competitive Mile Race at 2:20 pm. USATF Certification NC15067-DF.
Check-in and registration on Friday from 4-7 pm My Way Tavern. My Way will donate 10% of Friday evening sales to the ALS Association of NC, so plan to stay for dinner! Those who do not check in on Friday may check-in before the race starting at 12:30 pm at the race site (on Hillsborough St at Edenton St).
Join us for the post race party at My Way Tavern at 522 St Mary's Street (just 0.6 miles from the race). Awards will be presented at the party.
First beer (age 21+) or soft drink free courtesy of My Way.
My Way will donate 10% of food sales that afternoon/evening to the ALS Association, so plan to stay for some food & drink after the race awards!
Awards by Runologie
There will also be age group awards for 1st place M&F in these age groups: 15 & Under, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
- Top 3 Overall Men & Women
- Top 3 Masters Men & Women
Get the Bling!
Male & Female Competitive Mile runners receive a finisher's medal
It's a Bell Ringer Day!
While we expect a great field of elite runners, the Oak City Mile is open to all runners. It is a great opportunity to run your goal mile or even set your PR. After crossing the finish line head to the green Precision Race "Results" tent and check your time on our touchscreen Results Kiosk.
If you met your goal time, ring the PR Bell. If you set your personal 1 mile record, ring the PR Bell twice! You may not have broken the 4-minute mile, but ringing the Precision Race PR Bell will let your friends know that you ran your best! We'll have a special memento of the occasion available for all of our PR bell ringers.
The race benefits the 501(c)3 non-profit ALS Association Jim "Catfish" Hunter chapter and the fight against neurological diseases.
Please join us as the tradition continues!