The Kiwanis Kingston Classic
2017 Race Results
Race Results for 2017 Kiwanis Kingston Classic are now available:
Welcome To The
Kiwanis Kingston Classic
The Kiwanis Club of Kingston is proud to welcome you back to the 35th Annual Kiwanis Kingston Classic. Once again Kiwanis will host the all new Classic bringing the run back to the Kingston Community as a family fun day run. This year’s event will be held completely in the Rondout section of Kingston. There will be a 10K and a 2.1 mile walk/run both being along the scenic Rondout Creek. Join fellow runners for fun, camaraderie, a great course and a great post-race party which will be held at the TR Gallo Park on the creek complete with food, beer and music. There are other special items that are still in the works with the planning committee.
The run is Sunday April 23, 2017 with the 10K starting at 1:00 pm and the 2.1 mile run starting at 1:30 pm. Post-race party and awards ceremony will immediately follow the race.
A 10K Mayors Cup team challenge category is also available for groups and organizations.
Registration has begun and can be done online or by downloading a paper registration both done from this site. Early registration for the Kiwanis Kingston Classic 10k is $20 until April 1st and $25 thereafter and $15 for the 2.1 mile walk run. Youth under 12 years old is $10 for either race. All proceeds from this race will go directly back into the community by benefitting local Kiwanis youth funds, including scholarships for local students and financial support of the Kids Classic put on by the YMCA. For more information regarding the Kiwanis Kingston Classic, please contact us at: info@ kiwaniskingstonclassic.com
Please come out enjoy the day while supporting your local community and help us make the Kiwanis Kingston Classic an event to be remembered!
LATEST RACE NEWS
Mike Stribl | April 23, 2017 | Daily Freeman KINGSTON, NY The 35th Kiwanis Kingston Classic took a bold new direction Sunday and it led the runners right by the Hudson River. After 34 years of running through Uptown, Midtown and even out-of-town Kingston, Kiwanis organizers this year moved the event to the one place…Read More
Eric Houghtaling | November 26, 2016 | Daily Freeman KINGSTON, N.Y. “The race routes for the 2017 Kiwanis Kingston Classic were finalized this week, according to race co-director Carlos Perez. The courses for both the Classic 10-kilometer distance and the accompanying 2.1-mile run are readily available on the website, www.kiwaniskingstonclassic.com. The Classic is scheduled for…Read More