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5 Mile Road Race
How To Enter
Road Race History
Journey For Sight
White Tricorne Hat
USS Lexington Memorial
4th of July Carnival
Becoming A Member
Lions of the Year
Melvin Jones Fellow Recipients
Date, Time & Location:
Monday, April 20, 2015
Race Starts at 10:00am (By Lexington Minutemen firing muskets)
Adjacent to the Battlegreen, Lexington, MA
(1 Bedford St, Lexington, MA—for mapping purposes)
Please Visit the "HOW TO ENTER" Registration Page
Runners who have pre-registered may pick-up their race packets on race day at registration beginning at 8:00am
Teams must have a minimum of 4 Runners.
The Timing Device for the Patriots Day Road Race is the ChronoTrack B-Tag: A single use bib tag. Your timing chip placed on the bib is included in your race packet.
In order to receive an accurate time, please confirm your bib is 1) clearly visible on the front of the torso, 2) unaltered and unmodified (Do not fold or wrinkle), 3) pinned in all four corners, 4) not covered (jackets, runner belts, water bottles, etc.).
Age Group Awards & Other Trophies:
Currier Cup* - 1st Place Overall Finisher
Team Competition - 1st Place Team
Sgt Norman Carlson Award - 1st Male Lexingtonian Male & 1st Female Lexingtonian
Age 12 & Under - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
Age 13 – 19 - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
Age 20 – 29 - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
Age 30 – 39 - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
Age 40 – 49 - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
Age 50 – 59 - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
Age 60 – 69 - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
Age 70 & Up - 1st & 2nd Place Male, 1st & 2nd Place Female
*Currier Cup Trophy:
The Currier Cup is a Special Silver Cup that is presented to the first place finisher of the race by
the family of the first Place finisher of the First Patriots Day Road Race in 1914 Ralph “Curlie”
Parking is available at either the Library Parking Lot, or at one of the near by Churches.
There are 4 water stops along the race route. Close to each mile marker.
Refreshments and fruit are served at the end of the race.