The Wasatch Mile

The Wasatch Mile

Thurs, September 14, 5:30pm

Salt Lake City, UT

The Wasatch Mile will be run in beautiful downtown Salt Lake City at altitude. This race will be run just before the Company Cup 5K, a Corporate Health and Wellness event and team challenge, 5K race / walk. The first 3 runners in both the men's and women's races will receive a cash prize along with the soon to be coveted champion's "Wasatch Mile" trophy belt buckle.

The Wasatch Mile is open to all ages and ability levels. Registration is $20 per person and a portion of the proceeds go to benefit S.T.E.M. Foundation of Utah.

  • Women’s Race 6:46 min/Mile or longer at 5:30pm
  • Men’s Race 5:46 min/Mile or longer 5:50pm
  • Women’s Race 5:11 to 6:45 min/Mile race 6:10pm
  • Men’s Race 4:31 to 5:45 min/Mile race 6:30pm
  • Women’s Elite race 5:10 min/Mile or faster 6:40pm
  • Men’s Elite race 4:30 min/Mile or faster 6:50pm

Top 3 finishers in each race will receive awards with $3500 in prizes to the top 3 finishers in the Elite races ($1000 1st place, $500 2nd place and $250 3rd place in each race).

To apply for this elite race send your information with a qualifying race in 2016-17 to

The Wasatch Mile is also a BBTM Featured Event, showcasing America's best Miles throughout the year.

2017 Inaugural The Wasatch Mile Champions
Patrick Casey (USA / OR), 4:03
Rachel Schneider (USA / DC), 4:40

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Inaugural Wasatch Mile Set for September 14 in Salt Lake City

September 11, 2017

Eight heats including Backwards, Doughnut, Business Attire and Elite Mile races with a $3500 prize purse

SALT LAKE CITY – On Thursday, September 14, some of the nation’s best Mile athletes will be racing the inaugural Wasatch Mile. The race course winds down Bonneville Blvd, running toward the...

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