The Encinitas Mile

The Encinitas Mile is a 1 Mile road race for runners in the San Diego area, Encinitas, and North County, to be held on March 16th, 2014. 

Results for the inaugural Encinitas Mile are available! See them here. To register to be notified when photos are available from Endurance Sports Photo, please go here. Check out the video highlights below from our inaugural event -- thank you to everyone who participated, cheered on,  volunteered, and of course our sponsors! We look forward to seeing you again in March 2015! 

Race Highlights from the Inaugural Encinitas Mile on March 16, 2014

We are very excited to bring a fast road mile to Encinitas, with various heats depending on your age and ability. There are opportunities virtually every weekend to run a 5K, 10K, or half marathon in the San Diego area, but you hardly ever get a chance to run a mile all-out!

Our fast, flat USATF-certified course on Vulcan Avenue in downtown Encinitas is the perfect setting for such a race: it’s flat, scenic, and spectator-friendly. The mile distance is accessible to a wide range of people and, along with the marathon, is one of the few running events that even non-runners understand. “What’s your best mile time?” is a common question asked of runners. On Sunday, March 16, 2014, the Encinitas Mile will help you answer it. All participants will receive a high-quality T-shirt produced by boom RUNNINGThe field is limited, so sign up early and register now! 

---- Our Charity Partners ----
Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of San Diego  and The MEB Foundation

The Work/Mission of the Coastal German Shepherd Rescue. 

Meb Keflezighi talks about the work of the MEB Foundation and his memories of his first (very fast) timed mile. 

Running legend Steve Scott talks about the mile. 

The Encinitas Mile would also like to thank Michael Seidel, Eileen Mullady, Lt. Colonel Albert P. Sarno, USAF Retired, Josephine L. Sarno, and Gita Gendloff, Realty Executives, for their generous contributions.