RunWashington’s 2019 ranked races

Clarendon Day 5K  Photo: Brian W. Knight/Swim Bike Run Photography

With a new year comes a new slate of races for RunWashington’s runner rankings. We’ve shuffled some around, added some, shed a few others.

Each of these races is run on a certified course (but it’s up to you to make sure you don’t run too far). To be ranked for the year, runners must run at least six races, three before July 1 and three after. Why? It’s the most fair (and manageable) way to help put together a list of the runners who have made a commitment to road racing in the Washington, D.C. area.

There are at least 51 events in each half of the year, giving you plenty of opportunities to get in the races you need to be ranked. We’re still confirming a few dates for races. Keep in mind, races may be removed if they encounter course trouble, but we will try to replace them if something is removed.

JANUARY

    No ranked races in January
Love the Run You’re With 5k. Photo: Swim Bike Run Photography

FEBRUARY

Rock ‘n’ Roll D.C. Half Marathon Photo: Charlie Ban

MARCH

APRIL

Germantown 5 Miler. Photo: Dan Greb

MAY

Run for Roses 5K. Photo: M. Garcia Ripa

JUNE

Riley’s Rumble Half Marathon & 8K. Photo: Ellen Kao

JULY

South Lakes 10k. Photo: Potomac River Running

AUGUST

Clarendon Day 5K/10K. Photo: Brian W. Knight/Swim Bike Run Photography

SEPTEMBER

Army Ten-Miler. Photo: Dustin Whitlow

OCTOBER

Alexandria Turkey Trot. Photo: Cheryl Young

NOVEMBER

Jingle All The Way 5K/15K Photo: Brian W. Knight/Swim Bike Run Photography

DECEMBER

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