Time’s running out: Today’s the last day to register for the AJC Peachtree Road Race

People from all over the South celebrated July 4 at the AJC Peachtree Road Race. Leonard Korir was the men's foot race winner. His unofficial time was 28:16. Aliphine Tuliamuk was the women's foot race winner. Her unofficial time was 32:49. Tatyana McFadden won the women's wheelchair race. Daniel Romanchuk won the men's wheelchair race. The runners had a great time.

The clock is ticking for runners and walkers with their eye on the prize of participating in the 49th annual AJC Peachtree Road Race.

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Today is the last day to enter the lottery for the "world's largest 10K."  The race, put on by the Atlanta Track Club, will once again be held on July 4. You can register now at ajc.com/peachtree.

This year, participants will make their way from Lenox Mall down Peachtree Street and onto 10th Street, finishing at the gates of Piedmont Park.

“The AJC Peachtree Road Race is not just Atlanta’s biggest Fourth of July celebration, but also its biggest celebration of health and fitness,” said Rich Kenah, Atlanta Track Club’s executive director. “Whether this is your first time running the race or your 49th time, we look forward to welcoming you across the finish line and motivating and inspiring you to continue your running and walking journey.”

Here’s how to participate in the 2018 AJC Peachtree Road Race:

1. Enter the lottery for free at ajc.com/peachtree.

2. Wait for an email informing you if you were one of the randomly selected lottery entrants chosen to participate.

3. If selected, entry into the 10K event is $35 for club members and $38 for the public, plus additional applicable online processing fees.

Registrants can enter the lottery for free, and those entrants will be randomly selected after the lottery closes at 11:59 tonight.

All lottery entrants will receive an email by Sunday, March 25, notifying them if they were selected for the 2018 event.

Searchable results of the selection process will also be posted on peachtreeroadrace.org and AJC.com/peachtree on March 25.

For more details about registration, wave placement and more, visit ajc.com/peachtree.