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2 ways to get into Washington, D.C.’s sold-out Army 10-Miler in October

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Still need an entry to the sold-out Army 10-miler in Washington, D.C.?

You can snag a bib to the Oct. 20 race through the service member lottery or official transfer program.

500 bibs will be distributed during the lottery, which runs from Aug. 1 to Aug. 15 and is only open to service members with a .mil email address. You must provide your credit card number when registering, but it will only be charged if you are selected for a spot. The drawing will be Aug. 16. Get more information here.

The transfer program — open now through Aug. 30 — allows registered runners to transfer their bib to someone else.

It’s up to both parties to decide on registration cost reimbursement, but the “buyer” will have to pay a $25 processing fee.

Click here for the complete process, also available in power point form.

Sara Davidson

Sara Davidson is an ultrarunner and contributor to PT365. She's run 7 marathons and 32 ultramarathons -- including her first 100-miler. This fall she is training for the Marine Corps Marathon using our PT365 Run Plan. Reach her at sdavidson@gannett.com .