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2018 Fred Kurz Handicapped 10 Mile
presented by Minnesota Distance Running Association
Sat Apr 14 @ 8:30am
at Wyazata Central Middle School (Plymouth, MN)
The Fred Kurz 10 Mile is the oldest continuously held running event in Minnesota, first held in 1962 and 1963 as the 10 Mile Handicap Road Race, and renamed in 1964 to honor Fred Kurz. Out and back on the Luce Line Trail. The surface is mostly hard packed granular clay. Please no headphones, dogs or strollers. Water will be available at mile 3.5 and 6.5.
Two recent race performances are required for handicapping purposes. Race Day pricing starts 4/13 to allow time for handicapping. Member discounts good though 4/12.
Check in begins at 7:30, first runners start at approximately 8:30 a.m.

Enjoy the camaraderie of a mass finish!

Start times are handicapped by the “world-renowned” Lanin Guessimetric Method (implemented by Rick Recker), with the slowest runners starting first and, ideally all runners finishing together.
For the most up-to-date event information:
Fred Kurz
$20.00 + 2.60 service fee
$30.00 starting 4/13
Wyazata Central Middle School
305 Vicksburg Ln N, Plymouth, MN
Ample parking in the middle school lot.