Results & Race History
2016 Barb’s 5K Results Hit the “Ctrl” key AND the letter “F” key at the same time. A little pop-up window will appear. Click on the “Find Next” button once or twice: your computer will automatically locate and highlight the word you are looking for (your name).
2016 Jeff Galloway 13.1 Official Results Go here to print your finisher certificate! Questions regarding results should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, bib number, corral start color wave, and any specific questions in your inquiry. Please allow at least 48 hours to hear a response back.
2015 Barb’s 5K Results
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2014 Galloway Pacer Results
Westin & Chris 1:30- finished 1:30:00
Jenny & Carl 1:45- finished 1:44:26
Pam & Sherri 2:00- finished 2:01:07
David & Carolyn 2:10- finished 2:09:32
Kelley & Deborah 2:30- finished 2:29:25
Milagros & George 2:45- finished 2:44:57
Will & Connie 3:00- finished 2:58:26
Eric and Dennis 3:30- finished 3:29:35
Jaye and Susan 4:00- finished 3:58:21
Claudia 4:30- finished 4:15:07 (There were no runners/walkers behind her.)
The Inagural Jeff Galloway Race Weekend was successfully held on December 12-14, 2014 in midtown Atlanta. The race weekend introduced the JG 13.1 Half Marathon, Barb’s 5K and the Health and Fitness Expo.
3000+ participant registrations, including virtual participant, enjoyed Jeff Galloway’s first homecoming weekend! Runner and walkers came for 13.1 and 5K from all over the US and world.The Jeff Galloway 13.1 Half Marathon is named for Olympian Jeff Galloway, author, public speaker and “America’s Running Coach”. The 5K race is named for Barbara Galloway, Jeff Galloway’s wife of 38 years and also an avid runner.
The race weekend’s course highlights featured some of Atlanta’s historical landmarks including the Margaret Mitchell house, the Martin Luther King historical site, and the Freedom Parkway Trail. The 13.1-mile route is one of the only In-town races that incorporates the Beltline’s Eastside Trail into the course. The high point of the race is the finish line at Piedmont Park. Phidippides, the oldest specialty running store in the country is host to this exciting weekend.