Registration for Cape Elizabeth summer 10K scheduled for mid-March with later lottery
Online registration for the TD Beach to Beacon 10K road race will be held March 13 for Cape Elizabeth residents and March 14 for others interested in participating in the 17th edition of the event on Saturday, Aug. 2.
Six hundred entries are reserved for Cape Elizabeth residents, who can register at www.beach2beacon.org at 7 a.m., March 13. Registration for everyone else opens at 7 a.m. March 14, with 4,000 spots available.
The entry fee is $45.
Last year, registration for Cape Elizabeth residents closed after only nine minutes, and the 4,000 entries for the public were filled in 4 minutes, 58 seconds.
Those who don’t gain entry on March 13-14 can enter a lottery for 1,900 remaining slots. There’s a $5 fee to enter the lottery, and entries will be accepted from March 14-23. The lottery will be March 25.
Entry transfers will be allowed from May 1 through June 30 for a $5 fee. The 600 Cape Elizabeth entries can only be transferred to Cape residents.
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– From staff and news services