Races, Registrations and Products
Tuesday Track Training
XC Triple Crown
Billy Mills 10k
Race Start: Sunday, Nov. 10th, 8:00am at Haskell University Cross Country Course (155 Indian Ave., Lawrence, KS, 66046)
Packet Pick-Up: Saturday, Nov. 9th, 2pm - 6pm; at Ad Astra Running (734 Massachusetts, Lawrence, KS, 66044)
Early Bird Special (through July 31st): $35
August 1st - September 2nd: $40
September 3rd - October 31st: $45
After October 31st: $50
Virtual Race option: $35
High School & Junior High: $25
Elementary School (with shirt & medal) — $20
Elementary School (no shirt or medal) — FREE
Long-sleeve race shirt
Custom finisher’s medal
Pair of Billy Mills “Run Strong” socks [first 125 registrants (physical, not virtual)](See update below)
Free post-run refreshments
Free post-run massage
$10-off shoe coupon to Ad Astra Running
“Run Strong” Socks UPDATE: We’ve surpassed the 125 registrant mark (virtual participants not included), but future registrants still have a chance to win a FREE PAIR of "RUN STRONG" socks. Going forward, race registrants will be entered into a drawing to win one of 10 additional pairs of "RUN STRONG" socks.
Overall Male & Female — 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place ($100 GC, $50 GC, $30 GC)
Masters (Age-Graded) Male & Female — 1st place ($30 GC)
Age Group Male & Female (19-25, 26-32, 33-39, 40-46, 47-53, 54-60, 61-67, 68-74, 75+) — 1st place ($15 GC)
Special awards for student divisions (High School, Junior High, Elementary)
Virtual Race option: Be part of the Billy Mills 10K even if you can’t be present! As a virtual participant you will receive a long-sleeve race shirt and official finisher’s medal for your commitment to walk or run 6.2 miles during the month of November.
This race is a fundraiser for Haskell University running programs.
The Ad Astra Running BILLY MILLS 10K is a 6.2-mile race held on the beautiful cross country course of Haskell Indian Nations University. This race honors one of America's greatest runners at his Olympic gold medal-winning distance. A graduate of both Haskell Institute and Kansas University, Billy Mills has close ties to the area's running community. Funds raised from this race benefit running programs at Haskell University.