VHSL Region 4D XC Championships 2017

Dublin, VA
Timing/Results Run Roanoke

Meet Information

VHSL Region 4D XC Championships

Hosted by Pulaski County High School


Randolph Park, 5100 Alexander Road,Dublin, VA 24084

This park is the jewel of Pulaski County parks and recreation. It has ample parking and is conveniently located less than 1 mile from Exit 98 off Interstate 81.

DATE: November 1, 2017


1:00 PM - Packet pickup begins

2:00 PM - Coaches' meeting

3:00 PM - Girls' Varsity 5,000 Meter Race (7 per team)

3:45 PM -- Boys' Varsity 5,000 Meter Race (7 per team)

4:30 PM -- Awards


Medals to 1st -- 15th place individuals in Varsity Girls' and Varsity Boys' races

Trophy to 1st place team and to 2nd place team in Girls' Varsity and Boys' Varsity races

VHSL 4A State Championship Qualifying Information:

Top 3 boys' teams and top 3 girls' teams advance to the state championship meet. Also, the top 5 individuals not in the 3 qualifying teams also advance to the state championship meet.


All registration is done online through www.milestat.com .

If you have questions, contact Scott Vest, Activities Director at Pulaski County High School at svest@pcva.us


An athletic trainer will be available on site for limited assistance. Park will be reserved for use by only this meet for the duration of the meet. Water coolers and cups will be available at the finish area.


Electronically timed by Run Roanoke. Results will be available and posted shortly after completion of each race outside the officials' office near the finish area. Results will also be posted to milestat.com later in the day after the completion of all races.

Entry Deadline:

Registration information must be received by Thursday, October 26th .


$7/vehicle for spectators. Coaches/athletes who are arriving in vehicles other than the team bus, please contact Coach Sirak at sirak1085@yahoo.com to get on the vehicle pass list.


This is a 5,000 meter course that is entirely within the bounds of scenic Randolph Park. It is not flat, but it is faster than most courses. It has a net negative elevation as the starting line is the highest elevation on the course and is about 40 feet higher than the finish. It has only a few inclines and they are mostly gradual grades with only a few sharper and shorter inclines. These are generally offset by some rather long and gradual downhill sections. Several season best and personal best times were set by runners from several teams at last year's inaugural meet.

The course is very spectator friendly. It has long views across open fields from the finish area for the beginning kilometer, the ending half kilometer, and a portion of the middle of the race. Coaches have quick and easy access to the 1 mile and 2 mile points from the starting line, from each of those points, and back to the finish. The surface is almost entirely grass or cinder gravel path except for a few road crossings.

The course consists of two loops and a two-way connector. The first loop of 1 kilometer links to the connector route to a second loop at the other end of the park. That loop ends back at the connector to take runners back to the starting point from which they repeat the first half of the opening loop before finishing on the middle of a football field.


Scott Vest Activities Director, Pulaski County High School



Coach Sirak