Sunday, August 25
DW Field Park, Brockton, MA
The Level Renner Road Race 10k was born out of the desire to provide an excellent racing experience for competitive and recreational runners alike. For competitive runners, this race is first and foremost a competition and the LRRR 10k is determined to give its regional and elite athletes the best experience possible and the recognition that they deserve. This event will not be a carnival with the race as an afterthought. The race and the competition are the focal point. For recreational runners, our goal is to inspire and motivate you to give your best effort. We want to provide you with an outstanding racing experience. As such, The LRRR 10k is a USATF sanctioned event.
Follow the below link to register online for the LRRR 10k:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!
Registration is available via this online platform and through olde school mail. The earlier you register, the more you save.
May 1 to June 15: $15
June 16 to July 31: $20
Aug 1 to Aug 23: $25
Day of Race Registration: $30
The online host for our registration does charge a small fee. But, we’ve brokered a deal with them to keep that fee around $3. And check out our prices. They’re cheap, which is in accord with the LVL philosophy: provide an excellent service for a minimum cost.
Day-of registration will occur at the finish line staging area at the top of the hill. See map for exact location (map coming soon). Payment can be made in the form of cash, money order, or check (no credit cards).
DW Field Park will be open to race participant traffic until 8:30. There are several small lots available for parking. As the course will be closed during the race, you are also welcome to park along the RIGHT SIDE of the road. If you arrive after 8:30, you will have to park outside of DW Field Park. See the map for parking suggestions (map coming soon).
Take Route 24 to Exit 18B. Merge onto Route 27 North toward Stoughton. Turn right onto Oak Street (traffic light with pharmacy & Dunkin Donuts). Continue on Oak Street for 1.1 miles. Turn Left into DW Field Park.
In addition to overall prizes for the top 3 male and female finishers and the 1st place male and female team, awards will run 3 deep in these male and female divisions: 1-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+.
Elite Entry Application
The LRRR 10k is taking applications for elite entries. We have a limited number of spots for males and females, masters and open runners. Elite Entries will receive low bib numbers, reserved spots at the starting line, a complimentary entry fee, and hopefully a few more perks. The Elite Entry Application is open until August 1. Selected elites will be notified during the first week of August. Click here to apply for elite entry status.
The LRRR 10k plans to award prize money to its top finishers, both individuals and teams. Presently, we are still working on sponsorship and this will determine the amount of money we can award. But, we will award something even if it means we have to dig into our own pockets. This is part of our mission to make the LRRR 10K a competitive road race.
Individuals: Top 3 overall in male and female divisions will win prize money.
Teams: Top 3 runners per team will score. Teams will be gender based. A USATF designation is NOT required.
The course will be a double loop. One small loop (The Kids Road Races Loop) followed by one bigger loop (The Hockomock Swamp Rat Wed Night Loop). There will be at least 4 water stops along the route and all miles will be marked. The start and finish line will be about a half mile from one another. A good distance to incorporate into a warm-up or cool-down.
The race will start near the Oak Street entrance of the park, proceed up Tower Hill and continue straight until taking a left onto South St. Runners will stay on South St. until taking their first left back into the park. They will then loop around the pond, taking a hairpin turn up Tower Hill that will mark the end of Loop 1 and the start of Loop 2. Runners will pass the finish line and continue straight; this time going straight at the South St. intersection (instead of taking a left like in Loop 1). Once through the South St. intersection, runners will complete the second larger loop and again go straight through the second South St. intersection (runners are now back on the road they ran on Loop 1). Instead of taking the left hairpin turn that they did at the end of Loop 1, runners will proceed to the starting line area and do a softer turn before heading up Tower Hill for a third time and to the finish line, which is about one tenth of a mile from the hill’s summit. Note: despite running Tower Hill 3 times, this is a fast course. Don’t be fooled or intimidated by one short, steep hill. That’s so not on The Level.
We discourage the use of headphones, rollerblades, strollers. We encourage the use of sneakers, legs, willpower.
If you would like to sponsor the LRRR 10k in any capacity, please contact Kevin at kevbalance[at]levelrenner[dot]com. Help our charities! Help our Prize Purse! Sponsor today!
Volunteers are wanted! We need help manning water stations and marshaling corners and lots more. We will try to provide volunteers with some small token of gratitude for their service. Email us if you want to volunteer!