|Sat||11/14||Race for Education 5K||Results Photos|
|Sun||11/15||MRTC Road Race Series Half Marathon||Results Photos|
|Sat||11/21||Meowathon 5K||Results Photos|
|Thu||11/26||9:00am||Turkey Trot 4 Miler||Memphis Botanic Gardens|
|Sat||11/28||9:00am||Recovery 5K||Overton Park|
For more upcoming events or results and photos of past events, see the MRTC Calendar
Or for recent results and photos go to Results and Photos
For other non-MRTC sanctioned races see Other Races and Events
Who is the Memphis Runners Track Club?
We are the 5th largest member club of the RRCA, a non-profit organization run by a 15-member Board of Directors who have a passion for running and their community. Join the other 3,600 MRTC members and become part of our family. JOIN or RENEW Today!
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GPS Devices. Runners, FYI: USATF/RRTC Position on GPS used by runners (effective June 6, 2014):
GPS devices work by receiving signals from satellites. The quality of different GPS units can vary, but all of them can be affected by conditions such as buildings in urban environments or heavy overhead tree cover that interfere with reception of the satellite signals and can cause them to be inaccurate.
Race courses Certified by USATF are measured by a proven method that incorporates the calibration of measuring devices against a steel tape and are verified by multiple measurements.
Race courses are measured along a well-defined path called the "SPR" - the Shortest Possible Route that a runner can possibly run. Most runners don't actually run the SPR, so the distance recorded by their GPS device will usually be longer than the certified length of the course, even though the course was properly measured along the SPR according to USATF rules.