Thank you everyone who participated in our event.
Do not miss out on your opportunity to run the other two events in the Buffalo/Rochester DownHill Mile Race Series:
630pm Thursday August 11th Checkers Downhill Mile Compete in the second of the three Buffalo/Rochester Downhill Mile Races.
6pm Tuesday August 23rd Graveyard DownHill Mile Compete in the last of the three Buffalo/Rochester Downhill Mile Races.
GBTC 1 Mile Race & Kids Fun Run
Sponsored By Healthy Buffalo
Date: April 10th, 2022
Time: 1st heat begins at 9am
Location: Delaware Park Ring Road
The GBTC 1 Mile Race sponsored by Healthy Buffalo is a fast one-mile competition in Delaware Park. Runners begin the race on Ring Rd at the Indian Hunter Statue and head counterclockwise downhill towards the Zoo finishing just before The Juicery at Meadow Rd. The race will be divided into heats determined by participants' estimated finish times. Register on either a male or female team of three and compete with your run club, group, or friends. The lowest aggregate time wins. Food, beverages, and awards will be served afterwards near the finish line.
Our kids fun run will provide young runners with the chance to experience the community, comradery, and competition road racing provides. Participants will receive a medal and shirt. The young racers will begin on Ring Rd near the Zoo and race to the GBTC Mile Finish line just before the Juicery (Approximately 800meters). This will be the last heat of the day awarding the young competitors the opportunity to watch and compete in a road race.
Race Fee: $20
Overall male and female finishers
Overall masters male and female finishers
First place male and female finishers in five-year age groups beginning at 10-14
First Place male and female team finishers.
Medals to all the participants of the fun run
Packet Pick-up: 8am at the Indian Hunter Statue.
Registrations received before March 21 will receive a quality cotton T-shirt.
9:15 Female Elite <6:00
9:25 Male Elite <530
9:35 Kids Fun Run
The Greater Buffalo Track Club will be abiding by the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations for the prevention of the spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and other communicable diseases. As such, masking and mass gathering guidelines will be adopted by the event as these guidelines change.
The CDC’s guidance can be reviewed at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/gatherings.html