General Rules of the Grand Prix Circuit

· Grand Prix age division is determined by your age at the time of your first Grand Prix race for the season

· You must run a minimum of 3 Grand Prix Races

· In any given race, the first place runner for both men and women will each score 1000 points, last place finishers score 100 points, and those in between score an amount equal to their percentage of the field they finish in front of

· Your standing is determined by the total points earned during your best 6 Grand Prix Races

· Each age group will have one “Runner of the Year”

 

Muscatine Running ClubGrand Prix Logo

2018 Grand Prix Winners

Peggy Bailey, Sarah Hermiston, Nancy Nelson, Cindy Sparks, Sara Swanson, Becky Hammann, Margaret Stych, Janna Lehman

Dustin Chambliss, Andrew Hermiston, Rick Pahl, Lee Juehring, Vinton Cromer, Larry Harris, Mark Eddy, Charles Potter

Not Pictured:  Sophia Thomas

Not Pictured:  Cameron Sweat, Jonathan Estabrook, Brian Cummings, Dick Walden

GRAND PRIX PHOTOS

Grand Prix Photo

What is the Grand Prix?

The Grand Prix Circuit is an annual competition to determine Muscatine’s “Runner of the Year” for each age division.  Runners compete throughout the season in races designated as part of the Grand Prix Circuit.  The runner with the most points for their age and gender wins!

Website maintained by Peggy, muscatinerunningclub@machlink.com

 

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2019 Grand Prix Races

 

· The Hustle   4/13                        

· Muscatine Race for the Schools  5/4

· Run Against Cancer  5/11

· MP&W 5K  6/8

· St. Malachy's Steeplechase  6/22

· Grandview Freedom Run  7/4

 

· West Liberty Fun Run  7/14

· Watermelon Stampede  8/17

· Muskie 5K  9/2 

· Wildcat Den Trail Run  9/14

· Columbus Day Run  10/12

 

Women’s Grand Prix Results

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2018

2019

Men’s Grand Prix Results

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2018

2019