Run with us May 19, 2024

Run with us May 19, 2024

The Iconic Mile of Truth | Devil Mountain Run

RACE DETAILS

Notes:

  1. Masters Athlete Information | USA Track & Field (usatf.org)
  2. Masters PA Runners wishing to run the masters championship as well as the grand prix must register through USATF using the button on the front of the web site. There is no comp code for doing both. However, if a PA runner wishes to forgo the masters championship and run the grand prix only, they shall receive a comp code and can register through the races web site (race roster). Their names will be used to qualify them for the grand prix only. Once registered there is no transferring to the masters championship. Thank you.

PAUSATF Clarification

Packet Pickup is at Forward Motion Sports

Friday, May 17: 12 to 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 18: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

You may pick up packets for friends and family members running the race. If you are picking up your packet on race day, please arrive early to avoid lines.

If you’re new to the area, you can download a local parking map here.

In order for prize money to be awarded, the Devil Mountain Run requires that a minimum of 12 competing runners participate in the heat. If the field is lower than 12, that heat will not qualify for prize money, but will still qualify for age group awards.

Have you ever wondered how fast you could run a mile on the road? Find out at the Mile of Truth. The iconic mile is unique in its ability to stoke the fire of even the most competitive runners. It’s 5,280 feet of pure, unadulterated effort.

The USATF Certified Mile of Truth starts at 9:15 a.m. and will run in six separate heats (more if deemed necessary).

  • Heat 1 (9:15 am): Boys and girls ages 14 and under
  • Heat 2 (9:25 am): Masters Women 40 + (USATF prize money)
  • Heat 3 (9:35 am):  Men 60+ (USATF prize money)
  • Heat 4 (9:45 am): Men 40-59 (USATF prize money) 
  • Heat 5 (9:55 am):  Women Open/Elite (PAUSATF prize money)**
  • Heat 6 (10:05 am):  Men Open/Elite (PAUSATF prize money)**

*Age Group Winners:

  • 14 and Under: Top 3 Male/Female: Medals only
  • 40-49: Male/Female each:  $100/$50/$25
  • 50-59: Male/Female each: $100/$50/$25
  • 60-69: Male/Female each: $100/$50/$25
  • 70+: Male/Female each: $100/$50/$25

Men and women between the ages 15 and 39 would be expected to race in the elite category

$$ AWARD WINNERS MUST BE PACIFIC ASSOCIATION USATF MEMBERS 

*Prize money will be awarded to the top four finishers in the Women’s and Men’s Elite races as follows:

  • 1st Place: $600
  • 2nd Place: $250
  • 3rd Place: $150
  • 4th Place: $100

PRIZE MONEY IS AWARDED TO PACIFIC ASSOCIATION USATF MEMBERS ONLY

Course Record Bonus: An additional $500 will be awarded for breaking the course record!***
***In the event that more than one person breaks the course record, the course record bonus will be paid to the fastest runner.

Men’s Record Holder:
Corey Bellemore: 4:13

Women’s Record Holder:
Rachel Schneider (2021 Olympian): 4:45

Online registration will close Saturday, May 18 at 2 p.m. You may register in person at packet pickup. Race day registration fees are an additional $10.

ROUTE DETAILS

Start/Finish line will be on Railroad Avenue at Church St. Runners will head north on Railroad and will turn right on W. Prospect Ave. They will then turn right again on Hartz Ave. and will be running south in the southbound side of the street. Runners will then make a right turn on School St. and will turn right again back onto Railroad Ave. They will make two (2) laps in order to complete one-mile.

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