Priority Registration opens May 9 and is available to runners who meet one of two eligibility requirements:
1. U.S. Service Member
2. Any runner who has finished seven or more Army Ten-Miler (ATM) races.
If your name does not appear, visit the results page to verify the number of races you have finished. If you confirmed seven or more races, click on the verification form. Complete the information then click preview and accept to officially submit your request. We will confirm your information and update the database within seven business days.
Please allow one week for processing and do not submit additional inquiries during this time.
General registration opens May 23 and is available to all runners in the general public. The maximum capacity for the ATM is 35,000 runners.
The cost for an individual registration is $79 (plus processing fee) and includes the official long-sleeve technical ATM race shirt.
Age (as of race day) determines the division you will compete in. You must be at least 15 years old on race day in order to run in the ATM. Runners under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian's permission. No exceptions.
This category includes visually impaired, amputee and disabled athletes who are Active Duty, Reserve, Guard, Veterans or Retired U.S. Service Members. Athletes in this division will start at 7:50 a.m.
This division includes both civilians and U.S. Service Members. Participants will choose one of the following categories in which to compete:
Only participants with an ADA disability may use a recumbent-cycle.
All Wheelchair Athletes must have a flag and a reflective strip attached to their chairs.
Athletes in this division will start at 7:50 AM.
No duplication of awards. Gun time is used to determine the overall winners, masters, active duty military, push rim and hand-cycle athletes, and Wounded Warriors. The age group winners are determined by net time. Awards (number in parentheses) will be given to the top males and females in the following divisions:
|Overall (3)||Masters (1)||U.S. Military Active Duty (3)|
|15-19 (3)||20-29 (3)||30-39 (3)|
|40-49 (3)||50-59 (3)||60-69 (3)|
|70-79 (3)||80 & above (3)||-|
|Wheelchair Athletes||Wounded Warrior Athletes|
|Push rim (1)||Visually impaired athlete (1)|
|Hand-cycle (1)||Amputee athlete (1)|
|Recumbent-cycle (1)||Disabled athlete (1)|
The U.S. Army Military District of Washington (MDW) Commanding General will present awards to the best of the best of the ATM at the Awards Stage, which is located in the Pentagon North Lot near the free event shuttle stop.
Individual winners must be at the stage by 10:00 a.m. for the ceremony scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m.
Team winners must be at the stage at 11:00 a.m. for the ceremony scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m.
Individual results (top 1,000 m/f) will be posted by 10 a.m., and team results (top three in each division) will be posted by 11 a.m. on the results board by the awards stage. No awards will be mailed out. All individual and team results will be posted online by 3 p.m. (EST) on race day. Runner Results are presented by General Dynamics.
The Army tradition is to award a challenge coin for excellence and achievement. The ATM challege coin is given to all finishers to recognize their excellence and achievement.
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