It’s time to get back to racing! With new safety protocols in place, the riverside 10K from Burlington to Collinsville takes runners through the multi-use trail with incredible views along the Farmington River. The flat, shaded course finishes in the quaint downtown of Collinsville.

All participants in the limited in-person field will start in waves and have race bibs with official B-Tag timing. The event will be modified to adhere to social distancing guidelines with on-site support services provided, including packaged to-go snacks for all to enjoy after.

Virtual race option is also available. All participants will earn a short sleeve technical shirt and a custom designed finisher medal.

Give Back: Please help give back to the community. Donations of nonperishable food will be collected on race day through the HMF Can drive to benefit the Canton Food Bank, which helps to supplement the food needs of Canton residents.

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There are NO REFUNDS of registration fees, however, participants may choose to defer their race registration for any reason up to 14 days before the event. Policy Details


There will be ten (10) start waves, starting every 2 minutes between 7:30 AM and 7:50 AM. Each wave is limited to 50 registrants, participants must provide their estimated finish time during registration to determine which start wave they’ll be in. Waves will be announced race week. After the race, participants pick up their custom technical t-shirt, finisher’s medal and a pre-packaged snack to enjoy back at their vehicles. Results will be posted online only at the conclusion of the event based on chip time only, there will be no gun time. Final results and divisions will be scored to include runners from all waves.


Not interested in the in-person race, but still want to take part in the action? Register for the Virtual Race option and run a 10K anywhere and anytime between May 13-16. Submit results through your haku participant account.

Participants will earn all of the same great swag, which will be mailed to them after the event. Click here for more details.

Virtual race participants are urged not to run the official race course on Sunday morning (May 16); doing so will threaten capacity compliance and risk a breach of public health and safety requirements. Compliance by all will be necessary to support the safe return to in-person racing for future events.


The Hartford Marathon Foundation has always prioritized safety and security at events, and in these challenging conditions, no detail will be more important. Each participant is expected to follow directions for all modified event requirements to adhere to state and federal guidelines including, but not limited to:

  • There will be NO PARTICIPANT BUSING BETWEEN THE START & FINISH, participants are required to provide their own transportation. See RACE DAY page for suggestions
  • Masks must be worn at all times on site before and after the race
  • All participants must maintain at least 6 feet of spacing from others not in their party at all times, and 12 feet of spacing while running
  • Staff and volunteers will be wearing masks at all times during the event
  • Hand washing and sanitizing stations will be available throughout the venue
  • Event flow and setup will be laid out to direct one-way traffic and minimize participant interaction as much as possible – please pay attention and follow directions