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February 15, 2019

Queen of Prussia 10K is a new women-only race

The race will begin and end at the King of Prussia Town Center

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Running in Philadelphia.

This June, there will be a women-only race in King of Prussia. 

The new Queen of Prussia 10K will have a closed course that will start and end at the King of Prussia Town Center. Runners will race along the Chester Valley Trail for the majority of the 6.2-mile run. 

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Registration is now open for the Sunday, June 2 race. The cost is $45 through Thursday, Feb. 28. After that date, the price will increase to $50.

Included is a finishers medal, T-shirt and post-race party at the outdoor shopping center.

Queen of Prussia 10K

Sunday, June 2
8 a.m. | $45 early registration
155 Village Drive, King of Prussia, PA 19406

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