This picturesque and challenging route around Lake Massabesic features stunning lake views!
The first 1,500 people to register will receive a FREE tech t-shirt!
All runners (individual & relay) will have the chance to earn their custom finisher’s medal at the finish line!
USATF-NE Grand Prix Championship
We are pleased to announce that the Allen Mello NH 10 Miler has been chosen as the 10-Mile Championship race for the USATF-New England Grand Prix Series.
LEARN MORE about the USATF-NE Grand Prix Series.
10 Miler Course
The 10 Miler course is a picturesque route around Manchester’s Massabesic Lake. The course is highlighted by a lake front finish and many lake views along the course. The 2-person relay has an exchange zone at the 5 mile mark.
USATF certification number NH16012BK, USATF certified map
Course Time Limit: 3 Hours
Start Time: 8:00am
RACE DATE & TIME: Saturday, August 24, 2019 at 8:00am
EARLY BIB PICK-UP: Available at the Millennium Running Retail Store (138 Bedford Center Road, Bedford, NH) during the following times:
• Thursday, August 22 – 10:00am-7:00pm
• Friday, August 23 – 10:00am-7:00pm
RACE DAY BIB PICK-UP: Available from 6:30am-7:45am at Race Day HQ located at the Massabesic Lake Parking Lot, in Manchester, NH.
DIRECTIONS: The common start/finish line is conveniently located at the Massabesic Lake Parking Lot (1 Londonderry Turnpike, Manchester, NH) near Exit 1 off of Route 101.
PARKING: Parking is available around the parking lot area. Complete Parking & Direction Information
RELAY TEAM SHUTTLE BUSES: Transportation will be provided for both first and second runners to and from the 5 Mile Relay exchange point. The shuttles will leave from the start/finish to the exchange at 8:05am, immediately following the start of the race. Please note ALL athletes headed to the exchange will leave at 8:05am, there is only one departure time. Shuttles back to the start/finish will leave the exchange once they have an adequate number of passengers and multiple trips will be available.
GEAR CHECK: Gear check will be available for all participants in the Race Day HQ area. Simply check your bag in the Gear Check tent inside Race Day HQ and pick it up after you finish.
POST RACE REFRESHMENTS: Dasani water and Powerade are provided by Coca Cola Northern New England, chocolate milk provided by Granite State Dairy Promotion, pizza provided by American Flatbread Company, and Yogurt provided by Stonyfield Organic in the area of Race Day HQ.
POST RACE PARTY: Join us after the race at Bonsai’s Restaurant where runners age 21+ can redeem their Sam Adams and 26.2 Brew beer ticket.
RESULTS: 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.
TEXT RESULTS: If you opt into receiving text results, you will get a text with your finisher time and a link to the full results page.
RACE PHOTOS provided by Tufts Health Freedom Plan: Millennium Running is happy to provide FREE digital race photos from this event thanks to our friends at Tufts Health Freedom Plan. Photos will be posted online 2-3 business days following the event.
FINISHER VIDEO: Finishers of the event will receive a link to their finisher video. The link will be emailed online 1-2 business days following the event
AGE-GROUP AWARDS: Awards will be given to the top 3 male and female in each 5-yr age group. (19 and under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34 … 70+). Stop by the Awards Tent following the race to claim your award. Awards will not be mailed after the event.
RELAY TEAM AWARDS: Awards will be given out to each winning relay team in the male, female and co-ed divisions.
OVERALL AWARDS: As part of the USATF-NE Grand Prix, there will be over $7,500 in prize money up for grabs for USATF-NE individuals and clubs! Prize money checks will be mailed after the event (after USATF verification).
FINISHER MEDALS: Allen Mello New Hampshire 10 Miler medals will be distributed at the finish line to all 10 milers and relay teams.
HOTELS: Fairfield Inn & Suites-Hooksett are $124 (regular rate is $164) for Kings (one King Bed) and $134 (regular rate is $174)—Queen/Queens (two Queen Beds. If you are interested in securing a room at the hotel, you would just need to call the hotel directly (603-606-5485) and ask for the NH 10 Miler Room Block Rates. There is a limited amount of rooms at these rates, with them being available until either MIDNIGHT Monday 8/13 or until the room block is sold out. (whichever happens first)
REFUNDS & TRANSFERS: Please read our Refund & Transfer Policy for full information.
GENERAL FAQs: Read a full list of General FAQ’s here.
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Teams of 2, limited to 100 teams.
Your registration includes…
• Tech T-shirt (first 1,500 registrants)
• Finisher Medal
• Beer Ticket (ages 21+)
• Personalized Bib (if registered 30 days before event)
• Free Race Photos
• Finish Line Video
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|2018||Amos Sang||50:45||Chicopee, MA|
|2017||Scott Mindel||53:28||Burlington, MA|
|2016||Amos Sang||50:31*||Chicopee, MA|
|2015||Scott Mindel||54:40||Arlington, MA|
|2014||Amos Sang||50:40||Chicopee, MA|
|2013||Richie Spitsburg||58:16||Manchester, NH|
|2012||Craig McMahon||54:56||Brighton, MA|
|2011||Nick Desouza||56:46||Salem, MA|
*denotes course records
|2018||Semehar Tesfaye||57:15*||West Roxbury, MA|
|2017||Rachel Schilkowsky||59:43||Providence, RI|
|2016||Heather Cappello||58:13||Brookline, MA|
|2015||Erica Jesseman||57:53||Scarborough, ME|
|2014||Melissa Murray||1:09:53||Newfields, NH|
|2013||Heidi Westover||1:02:27||Walpole, NH|
|2012||Maribel Souther||1:04:48||Hanover, NH|
|2011||Jodie Conway||1:01:53||Framingham, MA|
*denotes course records