A new tradition started by previous race director Tyler Scott featured "PR" medals for those running a "personal record" or personal best at the TD Bank Reedy River Run. To earn one of these unique medals the runner must run faster than they have in any previous 10K road race. So the runner must have run a 10K previously to be eligible for the "PR" medal
During the registration process there was a content box that requested each runner's previous best 10K, which would be used determine if the runner ran a new "PR" in this year's event.
However, even if you did not specify what your previous 10K "PR" was, but actually did run a "PR" on Saturday at the TD Bank Reedy River Run 10K, we'll award you with a "PR" medal.
We distributed "PR" medals to those present at our 10K awards ceremony. If you had already departed from the festival and presentations and did run a "PR", please complete the contact info below and submit. We'll get your "PR" medal and have it for you at Fleet Feet Sports at 635 Augusta Street.
Thanks for participating in the 39th edition of the TD Bank Reedy River Run 10K and congratulations on running a "PR" on our very challenging, but scenic course.