The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race is a July 4 Atlanta tradition. The scenic course of the “largest 10K in the world” takes 60,000 runners from Midtown’s Piedmont Park down Peachtree Street and back again. At the finish line, each participant receives a coveted T-shirt featuring a design selected in an annual contest.
Photo: Johnny Crawford
Photo: Johnny Crawford

This nifty tool will share your location during the AJC Peachtree Road Race

There is now a digital way to let your friends and family know when and where you will be on the AJC Peachtree Road Race course. 

The AJC Peachtree Road Race page features a Track My Run tab, which allows you to select you start wave and pacing, so that the spectators who will be rooting for you come Fourth of July will know approximately where you are.

Here are the few minor steps to take to let your friends and family know where you are on race day:

  • Click here to use our Track My Run tool.  
  • Select a Start Wave or leave blank if one does not exist.
  • Select your pace per mile, which will then display your estimated arrival times at each mile of the course.
  • If you're uncertain of your start wave, select the same letter that begins your bib number.
  • Send the link or screengrab to your “fans.” 

More on the AJC Peachtree Road Race: 

AJC Peachtree Road Race start time is changing this year 

How to prepare to race in the hot weather

Where to eat and drink during the 2018 AJC Peachtree Road Race

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