Red River Run 5K & 15K
Saturday, September 18, 2021 | Moorhead MN
Saturday, September 18, 2021
7:30 AM -Packet Pick-up
8:30 AM - 15K Start
8:30 AM - 5K Start
10:30 AM - Awards
We are excited to bring the 48th Annual LAP Red River Run back after a 1 year hiatus due to Covid 19. Choose from a 5K Run/Walk, or 15K Run. The Annual Red River Run has been hitting the streets & paths of Moorhead-Fargo longer than any race in the area.
Pick an option to get yourself registered for The Red River Run
Download a registration form and mail in by September 15th
Online registration will close at 7:00 AM on Friday, September 17, 2021
There Will NOT be walk-up registration available
Register By September 2nd
Price LAP Mem Non-Mem
Register After September 2nd
Price LAP Mem Non-Mem
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Q – When is the Red River Run?
A – The annual Red River Run 5K walk/run, 15K run is scheduled for Saturday, September 18, 2021.
Q- Where will the Red River Run take place?
A – Details coming soon. All events will tour the bike path along the beautiful Red River.
Q – How will I know my time?
A – All participants will be chip timed with results posted on this website
Q - What is included in my registration?
A – Runners will receive a custom Red River Run t-shirt and after race treats and drinks
Q- When is packet pickup?
A- Packet pick-up will be available from 7:30 AM – 8:20 AM on Saturday, September 18, 2021
Q - Will there be awards?
A - Yes, there will be an awards ceremony following the race presented by the Lake Agassiz Pacers. Age-graded awards, recognizing top 10 in the 5K & 15K will be awarded by LAP.
Q - How are Age Graded Results calculated?
A - Age-Graded Scoring utilizes statistical tables to compare the performances of individual athletes at different distances, between different events, or against other athletes of either gender and/or of any age.
How does Age-Graded Scoring work?
Let's say a 55-year old male runs a marathon in 3:00:27. He would receive an Age-Graded Score of 80.21%. That is because, according to the Age-Graded Scoring tables, the "ideal" finish time for a 55-year old male is 2:24:22, and that's about 20% faster (about 36 minutes) than our 55-year old ran.
Now let's say that a 27-year old male ran the same marathon in 2:45:47. Obviously, that is faster than our 55-year old. But is the performance of the younger runner really "better" when compared with that of a man more than twice his age? The answer is, "No!" In fact, the Age-Graded score of the 25-year old is only 76.51%. The old guy wins! And, our 27-year old has a lot of training to do if he expects to "improve with age" and post anything close to a 3-hour marathon when he turns fifty-five!