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- 10 Mile Race | 7am start
- Soldier Field (1410 S. Museum Campus Drive)
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It’s all about where you finish. The 11th running of the Fleet Feet Sports Soldier Field 10 Mile will include the most memorable finish on the 50-yard line to date. With registration you will receive:
A Spectacular Finish on the 50-Yard Line
The 2014 Finish on the 50 will be more spectacular than ever. More energy, more music, more memorable. Make sure you secure your spot before the event sells out so that you can be a part of the experience.
2014 Commemorative Finisher Medal
Participants of the Fleet Feet Sports Soldier Field 10 Mile will be rewarded after your finish at the 50-yard line with a best-in-class finisher medal presented to you on the field by uniformed servicemen and women.
Premium Event Top
All registered participants will receive a Nike Dri-Fit short sleeve performance top. The perfect summer weight running shirt, it will surely become your “go to” when heading out for a run. A $25 retail value.
Post-Race Tailgate Party
The Fleet Feet Sports Soldier Field 10 Mile Post-Race Tailgate will be held on the Stadium Green outside of Soldier Field immediately following the race from 8:30am-11:30am. The Post-Race Tailgate will feature live music, sponsor giveaways and much more! 10 Mile race participants (21 and older) will receive a drink ticket attached to their bib number that can be redeemed for one (1) Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat Ale or 312 Pale Ale.
IDs will be checked at the beer serving stations. Be sure you have your ID with you before entering the beer service stations for easy and efficient service. Additional beer tickets and tailgate food items will be available for purchase.
Additional Event Perks
- Course includes a vehicle-free Lake Shore Drive
- FREE parking on race day
- An option for race day packet pick-up
- Post-Race Runner Refresh bag
Start Line Positions
The 10 Mile Race features a multiple wave start designed to ensure a positive race experience and provide all participants the same opportunity for a smooth and safe start with sufficient room to run along the course. Participants select expected race pace/finish time during registration to assist with start line assignments. There may be multiple waves assigned to a pace.
As a reminder, your official time does not begin until you cross the start line. The timing system provides each participant with an accurate time from the start to finish lines.
Runners expecting to finish in under 1:00:30 (men) or 1:10:00 (women) may apply to the Elite Start Area. See standards below and submit qualifying race results to Info@SoldierField10.com.
Please note start corrals will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis and the number of participants allowed in each corral has yet to be determined. Assignment to a Start Corral is not guaranteed. The event reserves the right to request verification of past performance for entrance into the first four corrals.
Women’s standards for consideration for access to the Elite Start Area:
Men’s standards for consideration for access to the Elite Start Area:
Chicago Endurance Sports will provide pacers for a large variety of pace times.
The pace teams provide even splits and fun camaraderie with other runners striving to reach similar goals. These teams are perfect for a wide range of runners, for those finishing their first 10 mile race, to those who are looking for a new PR. Click here for the CES Pace Team FAQ.
Event Alert System (EAS)
The Event Alert System (EAS) communicates the status of course conditions to participants leading up to and on race day via e-mail updates, color coded signs and flags. Alert levels range from Low (green) to Moderate (yellow) to High (red) to Extreme (black) based primarily on weather conditions, as well as other factors.
All participants should familiarize themselves with the Event Alert System prior to the race, remain alert for directions from race officials throughout the event and take precautions to prepare properly for varying weather conditions on race day.
The Fleet Feet Sports Soldier Field 10 Mile will provide gear check for all participants. For security purposes, you must have your bib number visible and pinned to the front of your torso to gain access to the Gear Check area. In addition, participants will be provided in a 12in. x 18in. clear bag at Packet Pick-Up to use for checking their belongings. This will be the only bag that will be accepted at Gear Check on race day.
The Fleet Feet Sports Soldier Field 10 Mile would not be possible without the fantastic dedication, enthusiasm and hard work of our volunteers throughout race week and on race day.
We are looking for individuals and groups to help us make this year’s event the most successful one yet. Click here to learn more!