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Army Ten-Miler Service Members Lottery Opens Today

Required Competencies for CTC Success

Army News Service

August 01, 2013

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The Army Ten-Miler race will hold a special online lottery for service members today through Aug. 15. The lottery is open to all U.S. service members and they must use a .mil email address when registering.

Lottery registration will be conducted at, and 500 registrants will be randomly selected by a computer generated drawing Aug. 16.

Registrants will be required to enter a valid credit card, but will not be charged unless selected. Between Aug. 1 and Aug. 20, all registrants will receive an email notification stating whether they were selected or not. The searchable database on the “Registration/Confirm” tab of the Army Ten-Miler website will be updated with the names of the runners that were selected by 23 Aug.

Lottery winners who are unable to run may transfer their registration thru the Army Ten-Miler Transfer Program until Aug. 30, or join a team until Sept. 6. Questions? Call 202-685-4820.

About the Army Ten-Miler

The Army’s 29th annual Army Ten-Miler race is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 20 ;at the Pentagon. Produced by the U.S. Army Military District of Washington, this prestigious race attracts 35,000 military and civilian runners from around the world. It is the third-largest 10-mile race in the world, and all proceeds benefit Soldier and family MWR programs.

The Army Ten-Miler event also features a two-day Army Ten-Miler Expo on Oct. 18-19 at the D.C. Armory. The expo hosts more 75 exhibitors and attracts 40,000 attendees. Race day activities include a world-class race with elite athletes, live music, youth activities and the popular “Hooah Tent Zone,” which features interactive displays and exhibits by Army installations from around the world.

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