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Race Location, Packet Pickup and In Person Registration
Amherst Bike Path Shelter, northeast corner of Northtown Center - 1615 Amherst Manor Drive, Williamsville NY 14221 (directions below)
Race Day, 7:00 am-7:45 am
$10 U.S. Ages 13 and under, and ages 70 and over
$40 U.S. Ages 14-69 prior to April 22nd at midnight
$45 U.S. Ages 14-69 on race day
Top Male and Female (most distance)
Top Male and Female Marathon
Top Male and Female Half Marathon
NO DUPLICATE AWARDS. All 3 events are concurrent. If you win more that one event you will be credited with all your victories in the results but receive only the "highest" award (e.g., if you win the Marathon and the Half Marathon then you will receive the Marathon trophy only and the Half Marathon award must be granted to the Half Marathon runner-up).
Additional race information can be found at http://committedaf.org/BR6Hr-DistanceClassic.html.
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At the trailhead of the Ellicott Creek Trailway section of the Amherst Bike Path, located near the north-east corner of the parking lot of the Northtown Center, 1615 Amherst Manor Dr., Williamsville, NY 14221. This location is near to the football stadium of the University at Buffalo's Amherst campus. We are across the street from the campus, (south of) Millersport Hwy (Rt 263), near to the campus' intersection of Millersport Hwy and Coventry Rd. Enter the Northtown Center's parking lot on Amherst Manor Dr and head toward the north-east corner of that lot.Open in External Application
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