The U.S. 10K Classic races are always held on Labor Day (the first Monday in September). The 2010 race will be held on Monday, September 6, 2010.
The 17th Annual U.S. 10K Classic is Atlanta’s premier multi-event road race, bringing approximately 11,000 runners, walkers, inline skaters, wheelchair athletes and professional cyclists together for a single cause – raising awareness and funds for children’s charities in Georgia and for the future development of the World Children’s Center.
The U.S. 10K Classic is known for its hills, organization and runner-friendly benefits. Each finisher enjoys post-race food by Publix Super Markets, drinks from Gatorade and a finish line concert at Six Flags White Water park.
This 6.2 mile road racing and 100K Pro Cycling event is held on Labor Day each year in Atlanta, on U.S. Hwy 41 (Cobb Parkway), a major four lane highway, offering a straight but challenging course. Race Participants include elite athletes from around the world, national and regional 10K running champions, international and regional cyclists, inline skaters, wheelchair athletes, corporate team runners, race walkers, walkers and people who just love to participate!
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