Army Ten-Miler Priority Registration Now Open

Army Ten-Miler Priority Registration Now Open

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Priority registration for an in-person Army-Ten Miler race opened July 19, with a cap of 12,000 runners. 

The in-person race takes place at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, on Oct. 10, the day before the Association of the U.S. Army’s 2021 Annual Meeting and Exposition opens in Washington, D.C. AUSA is a founding and co-lead sponsor of the race. 

Active-duty, National Guard and Reserve personnel, as well as runners who have completed seven or more Army Ten-Miler races, are eligible for priority registration. Service members must use a “.mil” email address to register. 

Registration for a virtual race, which will take place from Oct. 10 through Oct. 25, opened June 14. Runners registered for the virtual race have 72 hours to transfer their registration to the in-person event. 

“Runners are encouraged to continue to register for the virtual race as virtual registrants will have priority in transferring to general registration in-person race slots if/when the additional slots are added,” race officials said in a statement. 

Instructions for transferring registrations from virtual to in-person and more information is available at

The 2020 Army Ten-Miler was held virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.