Bringing Back the Classic!
Sunday October 4, 2020
Minster High School
100 East 7th St.
Minster, OH US 45865
**COVID 19 Updates (June 1, 2020)
Currently we are planning to race as normal. As of June 1st, there will be no refunds and no transfers to 2021 Oktoberfest 10k. All registrations are for the 2020 race only. We will make every attempt to run the race live. Modifications may be required, for example the race may run with staggered starts if required (solely speculation at this point). Updates will be communicated to all registrants as we know further information. Prize money will only be rewarded if we run as a live event and based off gun start time only. If we are forced to cancel the live event, we will run the event as a virtual race. If we go virtual, race materials will be distributed through packet pickups, mailings and other means necessary to comply with government regulations. We thank everyone for their past, present and future support for the Minster Oktoberfest Classic 10k and we hope to race in October!
Back by popular demand, Finisher Medals are Back!!! New this year, there is a "No Frills" entry that does not include the finisher medal or shirt, but saves $10! Also new this year, no processing fees!!!
Prize money to the top 10, master's, grand master, top town finishers (non-high school) and 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 of the pack placers. Age group awards to the top 5 in each category. Also, a 1 mile fun run, race day registration only ($5).
The course is flat and fast with lots of music and fun along the way. It is part of the Run Ohio Grand Prix Series, one of the fastest 10k races in the Midwest and offers great prize money!
1 place - $300
2 place - $200
3 place - $175
4 place - $150
5 place - $125
6 place - $100
7 place - $75
8 place - $50
9 place - $50
10 place - $50
$50 - 1st place male and female Masters runner
$50 - 1st place male and female Grand Master runner
$25 - 1st place non-high school runner from Minster, OH
$25 - to 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 of the pack placer in the overall results at the time of awards.
Course records: Julius Koskei: 28:18 and Vicoty Chegngeno 31:57