Peachtree Road Race results now live

The AJC Peachtree Road Race results are now live and searchable. Click here to search by name, bib number, age group and hometown.

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July 4th, 2011
1:39 pm

Anyone else not seeing their results? I checked by first name, last, bib number, etc. I walked across the sensor at the expo and my shoe tag was working.

Herman Lorenz

July 4th, 2011
1:52 pm

my chip came off somewhere after the arts center. Maybe too much water!


July 4th, 2011
2:08 pm

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July 4th, 2011
5:51 pm

yeah i can’t see my results either! please help i really liked my time :(


July 5th, 2011
10:03 am

My results also aren’t showing up and I definitely had my d tag on the entire time…


July 5th, 2011
11:14 am

For 20 consecutive years I’ve walked from Piedmont Rd. up Peachtree to the starting area of the race. I was aware of ongoing construction in front of one of the buildings along that side of the road, but knew the sidewalk was open because I run it daily. Imagine my surprise when I ran into a fence and a volunteer ushering me across Peachtree when I was only 100 yards from the starting line. At that point, a 2 minute walk into the Lenox parking lot for warm-up/stretching was replaced with a 0.67 mile hilly and humid maze behind buildings that dumped us out behind Phipps and led us up the Buckhead Loop to the corral entrances on that side of Peachtree Rd. Was the Lenox parking lot even utilized for pre-race activities this year? Where did I miss the notification that runners coming from the Piedmont/Peachtree intersection would not be able to access the starting area this year? Since I was in corral A and arrived very early, I was able to adjust and made it for the start of the race, but just barely. What did runners in later corrals do who got stuck on Peachtree south of the starting line?


July 5th, 2011
11:41 am

My husband Ron and I ran our first ever Peachtree Road Race this year! What a GREAT experience. We were inspired by our Neighbor Nancy last year on the 4th of July.She mentioned that she had ran the race. I was like how far is it, she said 6.2 miles and I said, You ran the entire way?? And she said yes. I was like hey honey, we should put that on our bucket list….we should run the Peachtree next year. We started training that week. I am 44 1/2 years young and have never run in my life. It was very intimidating. We slowly got better and better and before you know it, we were running our first 5K, then our next 5K and a 3rd. This Peachtree Race was my biggest accomplishement…. I never dreamed it was possible and I never dreamed I could do it! Wow what will I put on my bucket list next??? Thanks Nancy!!!