10K Team Challenge


We encourage all participants to put together teams for both of our Team Challenges and all teams are eligible for both challenges. There are no additional fees to participate as a team and all individuals are eligible for the overall and age category awards. We encourage businesses, nonprofits, schools, organizations, church groups or even families and friends to put together teams and come out and enjoy the race.


The Mayor's Cup is awarded to the team with the fastest combined total of their first five finishers running the 10K race. The team will receive a trophy along with having their team name added to the Mayor's Cup Trophy which is located near the Mayor's office at City Hall.


The Participation Trophy will be awarded to the team with the largest number of members participating in the race. Team members for this award can be running any of the three distances with their total numbers combined and there is no age limit.


Daily Freeman: Mike Chow earns three-peat; Laurel Wassner wins first Kingston Classic

By Webmaster | April 23, 2018

Laurel Wassner won for the first time and Mike Chow overcame a rabbit to earn a three-peat in the Kiwanis Kingston Classic’s 10-kilometer race Sunday. Under perfect springtime conditions, runners took to the Rondout Creek area for the 36th running of the area event. The iconic 10k along with a 2.1-mile run drew a combined…

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Running: Charting the developmental stages of the Kingston Classic

By Webmaster | April 3, 2018

From The Daily Freeman posted on 03/31/18 The Kingston Classic has always been the “big” race in the area. In its 36 years, the race has undergone many changes. There have been seven different courses through the streets of Kingston, Hurley, town of Ulster and the Rondout. In 2009, a 2.1 miler was added to…

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