"The Double Road Race® is the only running event with a halftime. Run a 10K first, rest and relax for about an hour, then run a 5K," says Bob Anderson, who created the new sport Double Road Racing, and founded Runner's World magazine when he was 17.
Thousands around the country are running the Double Road Race. Are you ready to do this challenge?
Times are combined for scoring. Join us for this family fun and world class event.
Bring the kids for the Kids Cup Mile or do the UjENA 5k Rev-It-Up Run/Walk..it all benefits youth running programs!!!
Indianapolis has come to be known as the Racing Capital of the World, hosts the Double, which will be run on a course that starts and finishes right in front of the NCAA Hall of Champions.
Everyone will feel like a star at the Indy Double! Sean Astin ran the 2013 Indy Double.
Comments on the Double Road Race:
"I loved the Double Road Race," says Cindy.
"It was a very fun race. I plan to do it again," says Abel.
"Will I run it again?...In a heartbeat!" stated Tim.
"I loved every minute of it. This is a very unique event that I feel would be appealing to runners of all levels," said Tyson.
"Really enjoyed the recovery zone," stated Kevin.
Double Road Race Entry fee covers:
Official Race T-shirt
Special Draw Cinch Sack Bag
Entry into the Recovery Zone
Special medal for all Double finishers
Double two-sided medals to top 5 per 5-year age-group
Opportunity to win some of the $4,000 in prize money
"If you are not ready to 'Do The Double,' sign up for the UjENA 5k Rev-It-Up Run/Walk, bring the kids for the Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Mile. All finishers get a medal, and this all benefits youth running," says race director Kevin Schott
Double Road Race Weekend Indy
May 31, 2015
250 University Blvd., Indianapolis, Indiana
(in front of the NCAA Hall of Champions)
Indy Double Road Race (10K + 5K)
UjENA 5k Rev-It-Up Run
Bob Anderson's Kids' Cup Mile (13 and under)
Double Road Race Team Competition (Top 3 runners score)
Saturday May 30, 2015
10:30am - 6:00pm - Packet Pick Up TBA
Sunday May 31, 2015 (TBA)
6:00am - 7:15am Same Day Registration for Double, Ujena 5k
6:00am - 9:30am Same Day Registration for Kids Cup Mile
6:00am - 7:00am Packet Up Pick
7:30am Double Road Race 10K leg
Rock Steady Boxing - Donations collected benefit Rock Steady Boxing. Rock Steady Boxing improves the quality of life for people battling Parkinson's disease through non-contact, boxing inspired fitness training.
Run For The Kids - Donations collected benefit non-profit youth running programs locally and nationally to benefit youth running. Bring along the Kids (13 and under) to run the Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Mile. T-shirts and medals for all finishers. Trophies and other prizes for the winner of each age 4-13.