The San Diego Track Club presents several running events throughout the year. Some of the longest-standing running events in San Diego county were started by the SDTC and are managed by them still today!
We strive to provide affordable and family friendly
events for all abilities. Awards are typically provided by age groups in 5-year increments offering many the opportunity to be recognized. These classic events have been run by tens of thousands of runners over the years. We hope to see you at an event soon.
SUMMARY OF EVENTS – Please check the club Calendar for actual dates
Ursula Rains Balboa Boogie 5K (Cross Country)
Classic Morley field cross country course run by local college and high school’s for years. This course served as the national high school Foot Locker Cross Country Championships for many years. Great for spectators you’ll face grass, dirt, horse trails over an invigorating and strategic course with a fast finish.
Balboa Park 8 Miler
Over 60 years old, this classic trail and road race goes up/down and around Balboa Park’s famous plaza, amphitheater, bridge, world famous S.D. Zoo, hills and canyons. Usually held in August this 8 miler will challenge even the fittest athletes while providing spectacular views and up-close tour of this historic crown jewel centered in the downtown area.
Balboa 4 Mile (Cross Country)
A challenging cross country race on trails, grass and sidewalks of Balboa Park that has been running for over 50 years. The Start and Finish are located just north of 6th and Laurel. This historic 4-mile cross country race is part of the Dirt Dog Cross series and hosted by San Diego Track Club.
Chuck McMahon Memorial Track & Field Meet
The only masters (30+) track meet in the area. With fully automated timing on a fast, all-weather track; a number of records have been set.
Sue Krenn 15K
Honoring dear friend and passionate running enthusiast Sue Krenn who left us far too soon but left behind a legacy of giving and sharing. Typically held in February this flat, fast course from Mission Bay and around Fiesta Island is a blast.