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The AJC Peachtree Road Race, organized by Atlanta Track Club, is the largest 10K in the world. In its 46th running, the AJC Peachtree Road Race has become a Fourth of July tradition for thousands of people throughout the metro Atlanta area and beyond. Come kick off your Fourth of July festivities with us!
Connect with us on race day! #ajcprr is the official hashtag of the 2015 AJC Peachtree Road Race.
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Thank you to all of our volunteers, sponsors, and participants who made the 2015 AJC Peachtree Road Race possible.
Congratulations Finishers! Unofficial 2015 results are now available here.
MarathonFoto was on the course and at the finish of the race to capture your photos. Post-race, view the photos captured by MarathonFoto here.
Kilometer Kids Charity Chase
In partnership with United Military Care, this year’s Kilometer Kids Charity Chase featured six teams: Team Air Force, Team Army, Team Coast Guard, Team Marine Corps, Team National Guard and Team Navy. Each team consisted of six runners representing all of the military children from their branch. The teams competed for bragging rights in two areas: The fastest military branch and the team that received the most donations for Atlanta Track Club’s Kilometer Kids youth running program through an online fundraiser. All proceeds of the online fundraiser go towards expanding the reach and accessibility of the Kilometer Kids program in metro Atlanta as part of a continued effort to encourage young people to achieve health and fitness through running. A portion of the funds raised will go towards starting a Kilometer Kids program at Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia, in the fall of 2015, the first one to be established on a military base.
Congratulations to Team Army for winning the Kilometer Kids Charity Chase! Team Navy won the fundraising portion of the Kilometer Kids Charity Chase, with 26% of donors choosing to honor the Navy with their contribution.
New in 2015, the AJC Peachtree Road Race featured an elite team competition, called the Peachtree Cup, comprised of four teams: Team USA, Team Africa, Team Asia and Team Europe. Each team consisted of six athletes, including three men and three women, vying for international bragging rights and a first-place prize of $42,000 for the winning team. The team members’ individual finish times were added together and the team with the fastest cumulative time won the Peachtree Cup at the AJC Peachtree Road Race on July 4th.
Congratulations to Team Africa for winning this year's Peachtree Cup! Read more about the team competition on race day here.
Date & Time
July 4, 2015
The AJC Peachtree Road Race starts in Buckhead near Lenox Square Mall and ends in Piedmont Park.