37th Annual

St. Patrick’s Day

Road Races


March 14, 2015 in Manhattan, Kansas

ONLINE REGISTRATION

ALSO: Here’s the 2015 Race Brochure
10K Course Map
| 2 Mile Course Map

 

Come join the grand celebration! It’s the 37th running of the St. Patrick’s Day Road Races in Manhattan, Kan. and Aggieville.

 

Manhattan’s largest running event has drawn record numbers of walkers and runners the past four years, attracting more than 1,600 runners and walkers to Aggieville.

PAST YEAR’S RESULTS
2013 (search by name or bib number)
2012: 10K Age Groups2 Mile Age Groups
2011: 10K | 2 mile
2010: 10K2 Mile

Come enjoy a great time in the ‘Ville

The Races
March 14, 2015 (tentative schedule)

10 a.m. — Shamrock 2 mile Fun Run and 2 mile walk
Non-competitive; the 2 mile walk is a non-timed event

10:45 a.m. –St. Pat’s 10K Road Race: Runners only
More competitive. USA Track and Field certified course; race monitors will not be held for those walking this event. Chip start to chip finish timing.

12 noon — Parade entries begin lining up in City Park
Visit www.aggieville.org for more information about the parade

12:15 p.m. — Race awards in Triangle Park

2 p.m. – St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Aggieville

2015 Entry Fees
10K Runners
— $25 if postmarked by Mar. 8; $30 after Mar. 9 ($30/$35 to run both races — one t-shirt)

2 Mile Runners$20 if postmarked by Mar. 8; $25 after Mar. 9 ($30/$35 to run both races — one t-shirt)

2 Mile Walkers – $15 by Mar. 8; $20 after Mar. 8 (the 2 mile walk is untimed; participants will not receive a timing chip with their bib number)

Packet pickup is available Tuesday, March 10 through Friday, March 13 at Manhattan Running Company!!

The race day headquarters will be Kite’s Bar and Grill front room. Enter race headquarters off the corner of Moro and 12th Street in Aggieville.

 

10K Course Map | 2 Mile Course Map

Online registration may not be available after March 13.


CHIP TIMING FOR BOTH RACES!

The 10K course is certified by USA Track and Field.

 

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We’re proud to continue the tradition of designating a portion of the race proceeds for the Special Olympics!