Earn your 2017 Elliot Millennium Running Series Jacket by completing one of three levels! Each level adds to your Series awards and schwag at the end of the year. This year’s Elliot Millennium Running Series races includes races from the Millennium Mile through the Manchester City Marathon.
• Millennium Marathon, complete 26.2 cumulative miles
• Ultra, complete 40 cumulative miles
• All-Millennium Team, complete every Millennium Signature Event
For complete rules and details, Learn More…
• Race Schwag: 2018 TBA. (The first 750 registrants in 2017 received a full-zip fleece)
• Finisher Medal: All finishers will receive a finisher’s medal upon finishing the race!
• One (1) Beer Ticket: All 21+ registrants, I.D. required.
• Personalized Bib #: Personalized with your name. If registered at least 30 days prior to the event.
• Race Photos: Free race photos provided by our friends at Gentle Dental will be available 2-3 business days following the event.
• Finisher Video: Millennium Running is proud to offer a free finisher video that will be available 2-3 business days following the event.
Early Bib Pick-Up: Available at the Millennium Running Retail Store, (138 Bedford Center Road, Bedford, NH) on the following days:
• Thursday, Oct 4: 10:00am-7:00pm
• Friday, Oct 5: 10:00am-7:00pm
• Saturday, Oct. 6: 10:00am-5:00pm
Race Day Bib Pick-Up: Available from 7:30am-8:45am at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, in Loudon, NH.
*Jackets not picked up at Early Bib Pick-Up will be available for pick-up at the Jacket Tent located at the finish line in Concord, NH, from 10:30am-1:30pm
Directions to Start: New Hampshire Motor Speedway, 1122 NH-106, Loudon, NH.
Directions to Finish: New Hampshire State House, 107 N Main Street, Concord, NH.
Race Day Parking: Starting line parking is available at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Lot S-9 (via the South Gate only). Finish line parking is available in general city parking within downtown Concord.
Participant Shuttles: Bus transportation is available from the finish line at the New Hampshire State House to the start line at the speedway beginning at 7:15am on race day. The last shuttle bus will depart the State House at approximately 8:00am. There will be NO post-race shuttle bus service.
Participant Drop-Off Area: ALL participant drop-off will take place adjacent to registration tents adjacent to the NHMS Track, however, ALL TRAFFIC MUST ENTER THE SOUTH GATE of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Spectator Information: Spectator parking is available at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to view the start, then drive to downtown Concord for the finish. All Speedway parking must utilize the SOUTH GATE and park in Lot S-2. If you wish to cheer your runner on along the course, over the first 10K there are a few cross streets that allow for easy in/out and they include: Flagg Street, Lovejoy Road, and School Street. You will not be allowed to drive on the course on Old Shaker Road.
Garmin® Course Map: A unique point-to-point course starting the the New Hampshire Motor Speedway and running scenic country roads to finish at the New Hampshire State House. CLICK HERE for interactive Garmin® Map
Gear Check: Simply check your bag in the Pelmac Industries Secure Gear Check tent at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and pick it up at the gear pick-up tent at the finish line. All gear checked at the start will be transported via bus to the finish for you to pick-up.
Water Stops: Water stops will be located at approximately the 2 mile, 4 mile, 6.2 mile, 8 mile, 10 mile and 12 mile marks. Powerade will also be available at each stop beginning at the 6.2 mile mark.
Clif Stop: Clif Energy packets will be available at the 8 mile water stop at the Shaker Rd. School in Concord.
Bathrooms: Indoor bathrooms are available at the starting line at the NHMS before the race. Course port-a-johns will be located at 2.5 miles, 6 miles, 9.5 miles, and at the finish line.
Post-Race: All post-race festivities including live music from the band, By Request, and food will take place on the grounds of the New Hampshire State House in Concord. Beer tickets can be redeemed at these local partner bars: Margarita’s Mexican Restaurant (35 Warren St.) and Crazy Goat (76 N. Main St.)
Dasani water and Powerade are provided by Coca Cola Northern New England and Yogurt provided by Stonyfield Yogurt in the area of Race Day HQ. Other post-race food will also be available at the finish line.
Results, driven by AutoFair Honda: All results will be displayed live at the Millennium Running timing trailer adjacent to the finish line. Live online results will be published exclusively on MillenniumRunning.com.
Photos, provided by Gentle Dental: Millennium Running is happy to provide FREE digital race photos from this event thanks to our friends at Gentle Dental. Photos will be posted online 2-3 business days following the event.
Finisher Video, provided by Millennium Running: All finishers will receive a video link of them crossing the finish line 2-3 business days following the race.
Awards: Cash prizes to the Top 3 Overall Men & Women ($250, $150, $100). Awards to the top male and top female finishers from each of the six New England States, as well as the top 3 male and female in each 5-yr age group. (19 & under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34 … 70+). Stop by the Awards Tent located in the Race Day HQ following the race to claim your award. Awards will not be mailed after the event.
Air Travel: We encourage all of our runners flying in from out-of-town to fly into Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT). Located about 40 minutes from the start and 25 minutes from the finish line.
Refunds & Transfers: Please read our Refund & Transfer Policy for full information.
General FAQs: Read a full list of General FAQ’s by clicking here.
• Speedway Children’s Charities NH: The mission of Speedway Children’s Charities remains true to the ideals it was founded upon in 1982: To care for children in educational, financial, social and medical need in order to help them lead productive lives.
• Over a dozen other local charities through our volunteer and charity programs.
|2016||Jaidiby Zapata||1:14:39||Milford, NH|
|2015||Jason Ayr||1:07:54*||Allston, MA|
|2014||Peter Harrison||1:08:51||Seattle, WA|
|2016||Mary Klene||1:24:39||Manchester, NH|
|2015||Laura Hagley||1:20:20||Hanover, NH|
|2014||Laura Hagley||1:18:37*||Hanover, NH|
*denotes course record