The Bluegrass 10K is in downtown Lexington on July 4.
The Crank & Wheelchair Division starts off at 7:25 am. The 10K starts at 7:30 am and a Fun Run begins at 8:15 pm.
The 40th annual Bluegrass 10,000 is a 10-kilometer race winding through the heart of Downtown Lexington as a kickoff to the 4th of July celebration. The race starts off at Main Street and Eastern Avenue, proceeding down Main Street toward downtown, going right down Limestone, left down Third, right down Mill, and left down Vine past Rupp Arena, before heading back down Main Street and Richmond Road, taking a U-turn, and finishing back at the starting poitn. A $500 cash prize will be awarded for the 1st place overall winners in the Male and Female 10k & Male and Female Wheelchair Divisions.
The Bluegrass 10,000 uses the ChronoTrack timing system to score the race. ChronoTrack utilizes an RFID disposable tag (chip). The disposable timing tag comes attached to the bib. Before the race, runners must attach the tag to their shoes as per the instructions. The tag is not collected after the runner finishes.
Strollers, in-line skaters, roller skaters, skate boarders, bicycles, or pets are NOT allowed in the 10K race.
The Fun Run is a one mile walk/run that will start on the corner of East Short St. and Deweese. Participation awards will be given at the finish, and entertainment for adults and kids will be provided at the Old Courthouse Plaza in downtown Lexington after the races.