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It’s FINALLY Time to RUN The ATL!

YEAR 10 of Atlanta’s favorite Team Relay, 10K & 20K Road Race presented by REI and runningnerds Run Social Atlanta & benefitting Castleberry Hill Neighborhood Association!  

RELAY IS LIMITED TO 75 TEAMS! Get your squad together and run in the 20K Relay (4 Runner/Walker team each completing a 5K Leg).

You can also participate in the road race as a 10K or 20K Individual Runner/Walker!

2021 Race Features:

  • New Design Custom Finishers Medals for Relay, 10K & 20K Participants!
  • Awesome Run The ATL race shirt for each participant
  • Rev-Up & Recovery Zone Experiences presented by REI

BIGGEST Medal for the 20K Finishers!

  • Certified AJC Peachtree Qualifier 10K Course
  • Castleberry Hill Outdoor Block Party and Run Social Atlanta sponsor give aways
  • Top finisher awards for Relay Divisions, 10K, & 20K Age Groups
  • Awards for Best Team Name & Best Dressed Teams
  • Open air spacious post race area encouraging social distancing and plenty of sanitation stations.

Relay Team Divisions:

  • Women & Men Open
  • Women & Men Masters
  • Mixed Open & Masters

Race Caps:

  • 75 Relay Teams
  • 100 10K
  • 100 20K

Sign up or get more info here

Here is your important race day info: 

Start/Finish/Exchange Area: COP/Walker St. between MLK & Nelson St.
(this is just outside the Walker St. Side of Castleberry Point)

Set Up Time 4:00AM, Music Starts 6:30am

Race Starts 7:00am, Anticipated Finish 10:00am

Street Closures:
Walker Street between MLK & Nelson 6am-10:00am;
Residential Traffic ONLY on Walker between Peters & Nelson 7:00am-9:30am

Course Map & Race Day Set up: Click here
Parking: We will utilize street parking and approved lots
Security: Volunteers and Atlanta Police will be on location and heavy in the area

This is a collaboration of running community leaders, vendors, and supporters united to host a road race that supported black owned businesses, ran through Atlanta, GA’s historical Westside neighborhoods, made a positive impact with charity and service, and garnered massive national support from the African-American running community and beyond.

Click here to register today!