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Griffith Park (Greek Theatre)2700 N. Vermont Ave Los Angeles, CA 90039
Welcome to the 10th Annual Bellarmine/Sacred Heart XC Invitational Open Race, hosted by Sacred Heart High School - Los Angeles! Same course used by the high school runners for 47 years!
Open to all youth, adults, masters, elite and recreational athletes. USATF certified cross-country course. Register as an individual on Active.com. $50 includes t-shirt.
For team registration please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a minimum 5 member team. Can have more than 5 runners per team, but only the first 5 across the finish line for any team will count towards the team competition. $30 per team member, includes t-shirt for each team member.
Online registration cutoff is Monday, September 21, 12pm. Day-of-the-event registration cutoff is 6:30am.
Awards will be given to top male and female age group winners and top male, female and mixed team winners. Mixed teams must have 2 males or 2 females in the first 5 runners across the finish line to compete in the team competition.
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Event details and schedule
Race Date: September 26, 2020
Open Race Start Time: 7:15am
Location: Greek Theater Field (Adjacent to the Greek Theater) 2700 N. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Pre race day packet pick-up time & location to be announced soon.
We strongly encourage that you sign-up online early to avoid the rush of race day registration, which will be Saturday, September 26 from 5:30am - 6:30am at the race site. Park in and around the Greek Theater but please obey all parking signs (2700 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027). Look for the Canopy Tent marked "Registration". Please only park on public parking spaces.
Course Information: 3 mile challenging, hilly course on packed dirt, grass, sand and road. Course is fully marshalled with traffic volunteers and Park Rangers at road crossings.