This page describes our in-person event.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our in-person 10K will not be held this year.


2019 event summary

Our 6.2-mile course winds through the city of Memphis and includes scenic views of the Mississippi River from Riverside Drive. Like the marathoners and half-marathoners, 10K participants pass through the St. Jude campus and finish outside of AutoZone Park, where the finish festival will be held. See restrictions.

All 10K participants will receive a race number with timing tag, a clear gear bag, an official long-sleeved tech shirt and a finisher medal, among other amenities. See full list.

Race day weather: Average high/low: 56°F/38°F

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2019 location

B.B. King at Monroe Ave. (outside AutoZone Park)
Memphis, TN

See Course Map

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2019 date and times

Sat., Dec. 7, 2019
7 a.m.
Wheelchair start 6:55 a.m.

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Registration fee

Registration is currently only available for the virtual 10K.


Age requirement

10K participants must be 12 years or older as of race day.


Course time limit

The 10K course limit is 2 hours.


Fundraising options

Register at one of our committed fundraising levels for exclusive event experiences and benefits.

Register during general registration, and fundraising is not required. Those who choose to fundraise, however, are eligible for fundraising recognition items.


Corrals and walkers

The 10K will have a wave start.

For safety reasons, walkers are asked to start the race in the last corral, behind all runners. Walkers must complete the entire course to record a time and receive a medal.


Wheelchair athletes

Wheelchair athletes will receive the following:

  • early start with police escort
  • special restroom facilities near start, finish and throughout course
  • special parking near finish (contact race office for details)
  • trophies to the top three male and female finishers in each race

See wheelchair specifications.

If registering as a wheelchair athlete, please contact


Timing, results and awards

We use two timing methods:

  • gun time – the time it takes you to finish the race based on when the start gun is fired
  • chip time – the time it takes you to finish the race based on when you cross the start line

Results for the Open (Overall) Division will be based on gun time. For all other divisions, age groups and races, the results will be based on chip time. Runners will be eligible for awards only in the specific race they registered for.

Final official race results will be posted on our website no later than December 10, 2020.

Overall and age group awards will be presented to the top finishers in their respective categories. See award categories.

Please contact Best Times CCT with any timing/results questions at



Our complete training plan, which includes a schedule and expert tips, will help you meet your goals and get to the finish line. 

See Our 10K Training Plan


Certifications and sanctioning

The marathon is sanctioned and supervised by MRTC, which is a member of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) and USA Track & Field (USATF).

The course has been certified by USATF: #TN18050MS.


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