Frequently Asked Questions

The Half Marathon starts in Rutland at 134 Community Drive, Rutland, Vermont at 8:00 A.M. sharp and takes runners through Proctor, Vt., the marble capital of Vermont, and finishes on Merchants Row in Rutland, Vermont. The 10K State Masters Championships race starts in Proctor, Vermont at 8:00 A.M. sharp. It begins at the OMYA plant offices on the Proctor Green and finishes on Merchants Row in Rutland, Vermont. The 5K Regional Championships, the 5K Fitness Walk, and the 5K Corporate Challenge Walk start at Loop Street and Route 3 and finish on Merchants Row, Rutland. All courses are certified point to point races that finish in Rutland, Vermont at the Citizens Bank.

All races take place Sunday, June 11, 2023, at 8:00 A.M.

How Far?
The Half Marathon is a certified 13.1 mile course. The 10K race is a certified ten kilometers (6.2) miles. The 5K (3.1) miles is also a certified course. The races can be run for individual performances, a partnership 10K Relay (two individual 5K or 3.1 miles). USAT&F Certified Course Numbers respectively: #VT12001JK, and #VT12002JK.

How can I register?
You can register on-line by credit card or by filling out the form on the registration page, printing it, and mailing it, with your check, to:
Crowley Road Race Entry
28 Catherine Drive
Rutland, VT 05701

Packet Pick-Up?
Packet pickup is at the Rutland Middle School on Saturday the 10th, 2023 from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m on Library Avenue.

Competetive Runs:
Half Marathon course from 134 Community Drive, Rutland, Vermont, through Proctor, VT., finishing in downtown Rutland, starting at 8:00 A.M.; 10K course from Proctor to Rutland, VT., starting at 8:00 A.M.; 5K Course from Loop Street, Proctor to Rutland, VT., starting at 8:00 A.M. All competitive runs are certified courses.

23rd Annual Kids’ Race:
A one mile fun run in downtown Rutland, Vermont, starting at 8:00 A.M.

There are many parking areas near the race finish line. Included is the option of parking in the downtown parking deck, which is located on Route 4 (West Street), West, one hundred yards from the finish line. If you plan to use the school bus ride to the starting lines in Proctor, CSJ, or Loop Street, you may board the buses at the finish line at the corner of West Street and Merchants Row, downtown Rutland. Bus rides start at 6:30 A.M. and run at 20 minute intervals until the last bus at 7:30.

Plan to stay and enjoy what our area has to offer and the planned weekend events.

Additional Highlights:
Mile markers splits, water stations, light refreshments (fruit, bagels, juice, water, etc.); after race events include awards ceremony, post race party with live music and a “Super” Raffle.

The Crowley Road Race exists to promote cardiovascular fitness. We are dedicated to achieving our goals by educating the youth and adults of Rutland Countyand the State of Vermont through healthy lifestyles in providing the avenues to achieve youth and adult cardiovascular fitness.

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