The Burlington to Collinsville Classic 10K is a fast course starting at Lake Garda Elementary School and following local roads into Farmington before entering the Farmington River Trail just before mile 2. The course then follows the trail along the Farmington River back into Burlington and eventually into historic downtown Collinsville to finish.

Course Map

*Modified starting line will be implemented

Social Distance Racing:
To adhere to state and federal guidelines, all participants must wear face masks/coverings at all times before and after their race. Once crossing the start line, participants may run with their mask lowered anytime they have 12 feet of separation from other runners. Masks must be carried on participants throughout the event.

Event Records:
Male: 31:03 – set by Tyler Raymond in 2021
Female: 39:57 – set by Mary-Lynn Currier in 2017

Course Suitability for Disabled Athletes:
Click here for more details.


This event is timed by Bay State Race Services and uses the B-Tag timing system (timing chip is attached to the back of the race bib). Please wear the race bib on the front of the shirt.


  • Top 3 Overall Male and Female
  • Male Age Group – 9-14, and 5-year age groups from 15-80+
  • Female Age Group – 9-14, and 5-year age groups from 15-80+
  • Clydesdale (men 200+lbs.)
  • Athena (women 150+lbs.)
  • Disabled Athletes More…


  • Commemorative Awards to the Top 3 in Each Division
  • All awards based on chipped time.
  • No “double dipping”
  • No ceremony, awards may be picked up once results have been finalized at the Awards Area
  • To collect an award after race day, click here


Start Waves:
Start waves are designed to adhere to state guidelines for public events. Registrants must submit an estimated finish time during the registration process and these times will be used to seed runners. To minimize congestion, waves will be assigned chronologically, from fastest to slowest. Start waves will be limited to 50 runners each and will start 2 minutes apart, for a total of ten (10) waves over 20 minutes. All participants are required to be at the race start area prior to the start of the first wave at 7:30 AM.

All participants will be notified by email the week of the race with their start wave time – requests to change start waves will not be accepted.

On race day, you must start your race during your selected start wave.

Social Distance Race Start:
To adhere to state and federal guidelines, all participants are required to maintain 6 feet of separation between them and another participant outside of their family/party at all times. While waiting to start, all athletes must continue to wear a face mask/covering until they cross the start line. All waves will have timing mats at the start and finish of the race, and all results (overall and divisions) will be calculated using net time, there is no gun time.


Course limit is 1 hour and 30 minutes for the Burlington To Collinsville Classic 10K. Course limit is based on the start time of the final start wave.To finish within these time limits you must maintain a pace of approximately 14:30 minutes per mileMore…


Course Markings:

  • Yellow signs with blue arrows mark all turns.
  • All mile points are marked on the road and mile signs at each mile.

Course Amenities:
Minimal on-course hydration will be provided. Please consider carrying your own fluids. Bottled water will be available in the pre-race area for those that would like to carry it, in addition bottled water will be handed out at the finish line. Additional smaller plastic bottles will be available for pickup at mile 4 on the course. Garbage receptacles will be available at every mile marker, please dispose of your trash at these designated locations and help us keep the course beautiful!

  • Medical Personnel.
  • Portalet Locations:
    • Start
    • Mile 2.5
    • Mile 4
    • Finish
  • Event alert system notifications in the pre-race area and at water stations along the course. More...


No dogs (service dogs must be identified as such at all times). No unregistered runners or walkers. Headphones discouraged. No bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards, or motorized vehicles.

While baby jogger/strollers are allowed in this event, participants must follow the stroller policy detailed HERE.