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The Party of the Summer: General Registration Opens for Atlanta’s Peachtree Road Race!

Calling all runners (and walkers) – it’s your chance to RSVP to Atlanta’s hottest summer event: The Peachtree Road Race!

When We Speak TV is excited to share that general registration for the 55th annual race opens on Friday, March 15th.

This iconic 10K, dubbed the “Party of the Summer,” is more than just a race – it’s a celebration of community, athleticism, and of course, the Fourth of July! Whether you’re a seasoned runner or a casual walker, the Peachtree Road Race welcomes participants of all abilities.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Registration Dates:
    • Atlanta Track Club Members: Ongoing registration. Members are guaranteed entry and placement in Wave M or earlier for $45. Become a member of Atlanta Track Club at
    • General Public: Opens Friday, March 15th at 7 am EST. Entry is first-come, first-served with prices increasing closer to race day. ($55 starting fee). Register at
    • Invite-a-Friend: Spread the fun! Anyone who registers can invite friends and family to join the race at a discounted rate. The more people you invite, the better chance you have of winning prizes like free shoes!

Why You Should Run/Walk the Peachtree:

  • Be part of a tradition: This year marks the 55th running of the Peachtree Road Race, making it a historic Atlanta experience.
  • Celebrate with the community: The race is known for its festive atmosphere with cheering crowds lining the streets.
  • Run with (or cheer on) inspiring people: From local celebrities to 99-year-old running legends, the Peachtree Road Race brings together people from all walks of life.
  • Celebrate Independence Day: It’s a fun way to kick off your Fourth of July festivities!

Don’t miss out! Mark your calendars for March 15th and head over to to register. You can also help pick the design for this year’s coveted finisher’s t-shirt by voting in the T-Shirt Design Contest!

Ronnel Blackmon by Paul McPherson
Ronnel Blackmon by Paul McPherson

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