INDIANAPOLIS - The top ten finishers from each stop of the USA Running Circuit are eligible to compete at the .US National Road Racing Championships this fall.
Unveiled last month, USATF’s first wholly owned and operated race is a 12-kilometer (12 km) event providing a season-capping finale to the USA Running Circuit (USARC), a series of national-championship races that annually provides nearly $1 million in prize money to American runners.
$100,000 in prize money will be awarded, with $20,000 going to the the men’s and women’s champions.
Below is a list of the athletes currently eligible to compete at the .US National Road Racing Championships:
For more information on the .US National Road Racing Championships, visit www.usatf.org
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