Go! Mile FAQs

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What is the Go! Mile?
The Go! Mile is a competitive, timed one-mile race to be held June 16th at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Who is producing this event?

Go! Running. Your Community running and walking store located in the Heights neighborhood of Little Rock, Arkansas in conjunction with the RRCA, Little Rock Road Runners club, and our wonderful sponsors.

Does the Event benefit anyone? 
YES. Proceeds benefit the Winston Penn Wardlaw Memorial Fund – providing scholarships to deserving young men pursue a deserving education at Catholic High School.

How is the race structured?
There will be different heats, including an elite heat (see below for who is eligible for elite status). All runners are chip timed, results will be based on a runner’s time compared to all others, not within their heat. Overall and Age Group results will look like it is one race.  At the conclusion of the all the heats, times are consolidated, then Overall and Age Group winners are decided based on time. Awards are not given for top finishers in each heat.

Who can run the Elite Race?
Anyone can run, but we suggest Men who can run under 5:30 for the mile and Women under 6:30

If I run the Elite Race, can I still place in my age group?
Yes, runners are eligible for all overall or age group categories that apply to them regardless of the heat they run in. For example, a 41-year-old male could run in the Elite Heat and be eligible for overall, masters, or M40-44 age category. Another example is: a 26-year-old female could run in the Women 39 and Under heat and win a top 3 award if her time was fast enough.

What is the Kids “Mini Mile?”
The Kids Mini Mile is a race of approximately ½ mile for kids aged 9 and under. All kids will race together and each finisher receives a prize!

Can adults help children in the Mini Mile?
Yes, we welcome you to accompany your little runners!!! But please move to the rear of the start line to let the older kids race together.