by Christine Bishop
One of the great 15K Races in America, the Stockade-athon, will be roaring back on November 14, Sunday, at 8:30 a.m. in downtown Schenectady. The Stockade-athon covers a 9.3-mile loop that runs through the historic Stockade District of Schenectady and finishes at City Hall. It is one of the most popular races on the HMRRC schedule. Top runner Anthony Giuliano said this about the course, “I enjoy the new course with the uphill climb in the first half and the fast 5K downhill to the finish.”
The Course – Click here for detailed map
It has unique features that make it a highly desirable race to run other than the beauty of the fall that will enhance running paths and roads.
All entrants will get a beautiful t-shirt in addition to possible prizes that will have this logo gracing it.
Entry can be done online up to Nov. 11. Click here.
A form can be mailed in that must be received before November 11. Click here.
If you decide to enter at the last minute, there is a walk-up registration at Schenectady YMCA between 4-7 pm on November 12.
Only currently registered USATF teams are eligible to compete in the 2021 Stockade-athon 15K team competition.
If you want to create your own team, click here.
FAQs - Click Here
Answers to common questions are here:
The results will be published after the race on the HMRRC webpage on far left column “Race Results.”
The Stockade-athon is in desperate need of volunteers to help with the race. All volunteers will be given a t-shirt for their efforts and get to take part in the exciting aura of one of the major races of the Greater Albany Area.