When and where is the package pickup?

February 28th and 29th from 11:00am to 7:00pm.

Up & Running Store at 3233 N. Mesa, El Paso, TX 79902

What documents do I need to run the race?

A valid Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) compliant document such as a passport, passport card, enhanced drivers license (EDL), foreign passport with visa, visa, border crossing card (BCC), trusted traveler program card (SENTRI and/or Global Entry card) or U.S. lawful permanent resident card (Green Card).

For more information:
Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, click here.
Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative FAQs, click here.
U.S. Passport information, click here.
Trusted Traveler Programs (SENTRI/Global Entry), click here.
Border Crossing Card, click here.

Do I need a visa to cross into Mexico?

A U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident does not require a Mexican visa for the purpose of visiting Ciudad Juarez. But remember, that you will still need your valid U.S. document (passport, trusted traveler card, green card) to return to El Paso after the finish line.

Can someone else pick up my race package?

Yes. They’ll just need to provide your name.

Where’s the starting line?

Check map here. 333 N. Oregon, El Paso, TX 79901

Where’s the finish line?

On top of the Paso Del Norte International Bridge, right at the U.S. - Mexico international boundary line.

How much is the registration?

Through February 28, 2024: $25
March 1 and 2, 2024: $30
*No Refunds

Can I register someone else?

Yes. You’ll see an option while registering.

Where can I register?

Online, here

What’s the time limit to finish the race?

1 hour and a half (90 minutes)

How many water stations will be?

Four. Two in El Paso and two in Ciudad Juarez.

What’s the race’s route?

Do I get a T-shirt?

Yes. You’ll get a T-shirt with a unique design representing the El Paso - Ciudad Juárez border region.

Will Paso del Norte bridge be closed?

For 2024, Paso del Norte International Bridge will remain open for border crossers with the two easternmost lanes reserved for runners. Half of the race will be in El Paso and the other half in Ciudad Juárez, with a finish line at the top of Paso Del Norte Bridge.

Will Stanton bridge be closed?

For the purpose of the 6th U.S. - Mexico 10K, only the easternmost lane (next to the SENTRI lane) will be closed. On March 2, the Stanton SENTRI lane will open at 6:00am.

Do all finishers receive a medal?


What about prizes for top finishers?

The top 3 overall finishers of women and men, will receive a trophy.
Finishers of each category receive a medal. There will also be surprise prizes for random finishers!

What are the categories?

Younger than 9, 10 - 14, 15 - 19, 20 - 24, 25 - 29, 30 - 34, 35 - 39, 40 - 44, 45 - 50, 51 - 54, 55 - 59, 60 - 64, 65 - 69, 70 - 74, 75 - 79, 80 and more.

Is there an age limit?

No age limit

Where to park?

There are plenty of options to park around the starting line. We recommend viewing surrounding parking lots with Downtown El Paso here

Will there be food, music, celebration and awards ceremony after the race?

Yes. We invite you to join the Post Race Celebration with food and music and awards ceremony at the same location of the starting line at 333 N. Oregon, next to the San Jacinto Plaza. View location here.

How do I get to the celebration and awards ceremony after the finish line?

After the finish line, you will head towards the CBP pedestrian inspection. After your inspection you can get to the starting line location for the celebration either by walking back 0.6 miles or by catching a shuttle from Transborde (yellow buses) at the bus stop at Father Rahm and El Paso St. see here. Shuttle service will be looping between bus stop and San Jacinto Plaza from 9:00am to 12:00pm.

Can we register teams?

Yes. You’ll see the option when you register.

Where to stay?



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