Peachtree Road Race

Congratulations to the 2013 AJC Peachtree Road Race Winners - Matt Tegenkamp and Janet Cherobon-Bawcom took home victories with finish times of 28:25 and 32:45 respectively. Come kick off your Fourth of July celebration in a peachy sort of way! Hosted and organized by the Atlanta Track Club, the Peachtree Road Race is the largest 10K in the world. In its 44th year, the AJC Peachtree Road Race has become a Fourth of July tradition for thousands of people throughout the Atlanta and has even stretched the other surrounding cities.

Want to join the fun? Click here to see if your name was selected in the March lottery to run in the race. Didn't make the lottery or just don't feel like running? You don't have to be a runner to take part of this Fourth of July tradition. They are always looking for volunteers to help and it takes nearly 3000 volunteers to make this happen. Volunteer here! Cheer on the participants! Join the 150,000 spectators who line the streets of Peachtree Road. Check out the various places you can help cheer on your friends, family and neighbors. More info is available here . Support the Kilometer Kids Youth Running Program. Empower kids to make smarter lifestyle choices and inspire them to achieve health and fitness through this fast paced and fun youth running program.

Click here to register. Course Information (Provided by Peachtreeroadrace.com) The 6.2 miles of the AJC Peachtree Road Race takes participants from the streets of Buckhead to the corners of Midtown, finishing in Atlanta's Piedmont Park. Water stops are available at every mile on the 6.2-mile course. Course Maps Below is the entire selection of course maps available for the AJC Peachtree Road Race: * View the course and elevation map here. * View the start area map with start times here. * View the finish area map here. * View road closures here. For more information about the author, Denielle D'Ambrosio, please visit my Google+ profile page.