A big thanks to Matthew Napfel, a Case Western Reserve student who helped build our retrospective video. We appreciate this look back, through the years.

Hudson Relays

Hudson Relays 2017

The oldest programmed campus tradition

Beginning in 1910, the Hudson Relays was created to commemorate the campus move from Hudson, OH to Cleveland, OH. The Hudson Relays itself is a race amongst the classes the put each class's best runners to the test in a 26 mile relay around campus. As per tradition, if the same class wins all four years in a row, they are treated to a steak and champagne dinner, courtesy of the President and the Provost. To date, only three classes have ever achieved this goal! Will your class be next?



Congratulations to the Class of 2017 for winning Hudson Relays for the third time in a row earning them Burgers and Beer with the Provost! Their winning time this year was 1 hour, 53 minutes, and 27 seconds. The final results of the race are:

Class of 2017 1:53:27
Class of 2016 2:00:03
Class of 2019 2:01:48
Class of 2018 2:04:40
Alumni 2:12:34
Graduate & Professional 2:38:40