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Additional race information can be found at http://azroadrunners.org/races/detail/tmc-tucson-10k.
Currently scheduled for Sunday morning, September 20, 2020, this race will be the second leg of the 2020 Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown. Staged at Pima Community College West, the TMC Tucson 10k will loop the beautiful cactus forest roads in the Tucson Mountains. The companion 5k walk/run and a kids dash ensure that all ages and abilities can participate. Beautiful site-lines, challenging hills with a rocket ship finish.
However, as of August 1, 2020, we still don't know what we'll be able to do for the 2020 event, so we've locked our event pricing at $40. At this writing, the public health crisis is significantly affecting Southern Arizona and we have not received permits from the City of Tucson, Pima County, or Pima Community College. If we cannot receive permits for the regular race route, our options are these:
1) Move the event to a Virtual Event, like we had to do with the TMC Meet Me Downtown 5k
2) Move the location to create a safer-route, enabling staggered starts, fewer aid stations, and so forth. We're working with Pima County Parks and Recreation on this option, perhaps using the a segment of the Chuck Huckelberry LOOP.
We will use this race page, email, and social media channels to provide updated information as we learn more. For questions, contact Randy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Developed by Tucson's premier event producing team, Run Tucson, in partnership with Arizona's largest non-profit running club, the Southern Arizona Roadrunners. Former Olympic Trials marathoner, Race Director Randy Accetta is an RRCA-Certified Race Director. Please note that there are no race transfers or refunds.
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