Friday & Saturday, Aug. 26 – 27
For runners and walkers of all levels and ages, the 2016 HealthPlus Crim Festival of Races has it all! The streets of downtown Flint will once again be packed for the city’s biggest celebration of the year. Take a look below at the races this year’s event has to offer.
Already registered? Click here for racer information and frequently asked questions.
Pleased to serve Absopure water at all official Crim water stations and throughout the festival.
Michigan Mile Race Series [Map]
- 6:30pm – USATF Masters Men
- 6:45pm – USATF Masters Women
- 7:00pm – Seeded Male Racers
- 7:07pm – Seeded Female Racers
- 7:15pm – High School Challenge (only high school racers registered as a team)
- 7:20pm – Open Mile
- 7:25pm – Young Runners Mile (12 and under. Parents welcome to accompany children. Strollers welcome at the back.)
The Crim is excited to host the 2016 USATF Masters Mile National Championship! Visit the USATF event page for registration and details.
You MUST be a current USATF member and must register via the USATF registration site to compete in the 2016 USATF Masters Road Mile National Championship race during the Michigan Mile. Once your registration is complete on the USATF site, there is no need to also register for the one-mile race via the Crim’s system.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 27
10 Mile Race presented by McLaren Flint [Map]
- 7:30am – Wheelers and hand cyclists, sponsored by Fusion Medical
- 7:50am – 30 Year Runners
- 8am – Run/Walk – 10 Mile Competitive Walk Guidelines
8K Race presented by Al Serra Auto Plaza [Map]
- 9:30am – Run
- 9:40am – Walk
5K Race presented by FirstMerit Bank [Map]
- 10am – Run
- 10:10am – Family Walk (strollers allowed in final wave)
- All racers participating in both the 10 mile and 5K must finish the 10 mile race in time to start the 5K by 10:45am at the latest.
Teddy Bear Trot presented by Financial Plus Credit Union
- 12pm (parents welcome to accompany kids)
- Race starts in front of City Hall on Saginaw Street and ends at festival finish line (Distance: .29 miles)