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December 17, 2016

Lt. Jr. Grade Graham Edward Martin Park
1500 East Fall Creek Parkway East Dr
Indianapolis Indiana, 46203

It sounds dirty, and it very well should-because it’s XC racing in the winter! December is here, and Santa is definitely coming to town, but before he brings gifts and cheer-he is stopping by the “Dirty Santa” XC race to hand out some good ole’ butt whoopins! We can only hope for sloppy grounds, cool temps, and an epic time racing our way around Indy’s “backup” Championship course at Graham Park. This race highlights a 2k-looped course that is flat with some super fun natural banked “U” turns on both ends of the loop. We expect bumping and grinding the whole race, but those banked turns will be highlight reel areas for fans to heckle athletes and keep them honest with the pace. Yea there are lots of lame Santa runs that are on the roads in December…but there is only one Dirty Santa XC. Join us December 17, 2016 to both dish out and receive a good ole’ butt whoopin’ from other competitors, mother nature, heck maybe even a crazy race director!

 

Series Finisher Medals Guaranteed to Athletes RACING ALL THREE Events & Registered by 12/19/16 @11:59 PM

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Know you Will Have to Miss one of the Series Events? We’ve got you covered!

Virtual Option: 2 Race On Site & 1 Race Virtual Package

We will offer a virtual option along the way for those individuals wanting a series medal, but not able to make all three events on site. You’ll be able to register for this option between 11/20-12/19. It will be a two race on site, and 1 race virtual entry. You will receive shirts for the 2 events you are able to actually attend, and the series finisher medal.   *Please note that if you need items shipped you will have additional fees for shipping.*

 

Event Information

Learn More about the Indy Winter XC Series

XC Course


The Dirty Santa XC course is flat, fast, and perfect grass surface for XC. This course has hosted national meets, and really is a gem for runners that live near it. The lay out has the start/finish centered, and then a 1k loop that goes north of them which you run 3 times, and a 1k loop that goes south of the finish which you run 2 times.