Join us for some postseason action at the premier cross country course in the Southeast. The regular high school season may be over, but RunningLane Cross Country Championships (RXC) provides an opportunity for high schoolers across the nation to get in one more shot at excellence.
How to register: https://runsignup.com/Race/AL/Huntsville/HSXCRace
For the latest top individuals and top teams committed to RXC, follow the instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/runninglane/
On Saturday, December 4th we will be hosting the post-season event of the year for athletes and teams to cap off their cross country season.
1) Run on the fastest 5k cross country course in the nation
2) Have a post season championship as an individual or with their team
3) Have the opportunity to purchase an awesome RXC race shirt
We will also be hosting an open race open to participants of all ages.
Event schedule subject to change pending the amount of entries per each race. Championship races are subject to be divided into Gold, Silver and Bronze Divisions based upon seed time. Each division will have around ~300 athletes comprised of both teams and individuals. Ranking metrics will be largely based on Milesplit50 and subsequent rankings based on time counting for 3mi to 5K time conversions as well as various altitude conversions. Award ceremony times TBA.
Schedule of Events (All Times Are Central Standard Time): **SUBJECT TO CHANGE SLIGHTLY**
9:00am Boys Championship Gold Race
9:30am Girls Championship Gold Race
10:00am Boys Silver Race
10:30am Girls Silver Race
11:00am Open Community Race
11:30am Boys Awards (top 20 individuals and top 3 teams from Gold Race)
*Schedule subject to change on entries (but minimally)
*11:30 Boys Awards Ceremony
*12:00 Girls Awards Ceremony
TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS: 1st, 2nd, 3rd will receive RXC Belts. 1-10 will receive blinged out Championship All-American Rings along with 1st Team All-American Shirts
TOP 11-20 INDIVIDUALS: Will receive 2nd Team All-American Shirts
The winning boys and girls teams will be etched into RXC history on our 3' Perpetual Trophy. **2020 Boys Champion: American Fork (UT) & 2020 Girls Champion: Mountain Vista (CO)
For the championship Gold races we will likely divide the race into the top 25-30 teams by 5k average (give or take a few) and the next fastest 100-125 individuals. Our goal is to create the most competitive races we can and divide it in the fairest way possible! No race should exceed over ~300 runners.
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How fast do you anticipate top 100 seed times to qualify for boys gold race?
Created by Daniel Hanna, 3 replies
Schedule says Dec 4 but text says Nov 21. Which is it?
Created by Weberh, 1 reply
Qualifying Process or Just Open?
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