The Ashburn Area Running Club’s Loudoun Half Races, presented by Inova Heart and Vascular Institute — Schaufeld Family Heart Center, invites you to join us for the seventh running of the LoCo 8k, LoCo Mile Fun Run on Saturday, April 18 and the LoCo Half, with the Kids’ HEP Sunday, April 19.
The LoCo Challenge is an opportunity to run both the 8k and the Half Marathon, and earn three medals and the right to be called LoCo!
The race schedule:
Saturday, April 18
8 a.m. 8k (4.98 miles)
8:05 a.m. LoCo Mile Fun Run
Broad Run High School, 21670 Ashburn Road, Ashburn
Sunday, April 19
7 a.m. Half Marathon (13.1 miles)
8 a.m. Kids’ HEP (Kids ages 8 and under will run through five track & field events and earn a medal! Event is FREE and held on the infield at the stadium of the high school)
Race and Kids’ HEP start and end at Broad Run High School, 21670 Ashburn Road, Ashburn.
Commemorative race shirts guaranteed to all those registered by April 10! Finishers of the 8k and Half Marathon will receive a finishers’ medal when crossing the finish line. LoCo Challenge runners will receive their additional LoCo Challenge medal at the finish line of the half marathon.
Awards to top two overall male and female as well as the top two male and female in each ten year age category. Teams are welcome for the 8k and Half Marathon races.
Water stops along the race course and finish line of each race are lined with Loudoun County Public School High School track & field/cross country team students, who receive a portion of the race proceeds.
Since 2013, the Loudoun Half Races has donated over $100,000 to Track & Field and Cross Country school programs in Loudoun County.
Use promo code RW2020 for $5 off your adult registration now through March 31!
Visit www.LoudounHalf.org to register and for all race details!
Divided lanes coming to Hains Point, safety measures in the works for the Mount Vernon Trail, three locals make national high school XC meet, local collegians race at NCAAs.
St. Albans and GVS’s Vivian Kelly won their first DC cross country titles while St. Johns’ girls and St. Albans’ Pierre Attiogbe repeated.
Beach Drive remains closed to through traffic year-round, locals win conference, USATF titles.
Capt. Kyle King won the Marine Corps Marathon, a year after he planned to make his debut at the race, and Chelsea Baker of the British Royal Navy made tremendous strides winning the women’s race.
Born in 1984 as the George Washington Parkway Classic, it is among the most scenic and spacious distance races on the East Coast. From the serene beauty of our spacious course meandering through the finest spring bloom in the DC