Stumptown Cross is a series of fun, competitive cross country races for runners of all ages and abilities to truly test their ability. We have an incredible line up of courses this year with all your old favorites. Come out and test yourself in the grass, hills, and mud. These ain’t no stinkin’ road races.
Race #1: September 27th at Portland Meadows. 8:00am – 5k
Race #2: October 11th at Lents Park. 9am – 5k Course map here
Race #3: November 1st at Fernhill Park. 9am – Women’s 5k (course map) & 9:45am – Men’s 8k (course map)
Race #4: November 15th at Pier Park. USATF Oregon State XC Championships. 9am – Women’s 6k (course map) & 9:45am – Men’s 8k (course map)
2014 Results: (Available after each race!)
New: Series Standings
Photos. For many past and present XC races see StoneAndSteel.smugmug.com
For teams, the top four runners on each team score and a 5th runner is a displacer. If there is a tie, the 5th runner breaks the tie. In addition, there are both open and masters scoring. To be on a masters team specify “MASTERS” after your team name such as “NAC MASTERS.” Open and masters teams are scored independently (e.g., a open runner doesn’t displace a master runner’s score). Team standings will be tallied over the full race series, with a series ranking based on lowest score calculated for teams participating in all of the races.
In addition to calculating team standings for the entire series, individual standings for the entire series will be calculated similar to a scoring system used in the Bay Area. Individuals competing in each race will receive a score based on a top-down system from 100 to 1 (eg, 1st place gets 100 points, 2nd place gets 99 points, etc.) based on how they place in each race. Men and women will be scored separately, and those 2 groups will be broken into open and masters. This scoring system will allow individual participants to see how they stack up against their peers over the entire series.
$50 for entire series of four races.
$15 for each individual race.
Day of race pricing: $20 for each individual race.