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FAYETTEVILLE – The Chile Pepper Festival 2023 is set to ignite the tracks at Agri Park this Friday, featuring No. 22 Arkansas among a field of 32 teams in the McDonnell Memorial 8,000m race. The event will also include the Prairie Fire Pepper 8k at 3:45 p.m., which comprises 38 teams.

Where to Watch Chile Pepper Festival 2023?

The festival will be available for free on, with the live webcast kicking off at 3:15 p.m. on Friday and resuming at 9 a.m. on Saturday. Follow live results here

Read more: How to watch World Athletics Road Running Championships Riga 23?

Teams to Watch

The men’s McDonnell Memorial race will feature other nationally ranked programs, including No. 20 Tulsa and four Division II ranked schools—No. 11 Western Colorado, No. 14 East Central (Okla.), No. 15 Nebraska-Kearney, and No. 30 Missouri Southern.

Teams from the Division I South Central Region, such as No. 5 Incarnate Word and No. 6 Arkansas State, will also be competing.

Live Results Here

Friday, September 29 Schedule

DayStartFriday EventsResult
Friday3:15 PMWomen “Prairie Fire Pepper” 5kResult
Friday3:45 PMMen “Prairie Fire Pepper” 8kResult
Friday4:30 PMWomen “Harter’s Habanero” 5kResult
Friday5:00 PMMen “McDonnell Memorial” 8kResult
Friday6:30 PMTom Lewis 1 MileResult

Saturday, September 30 Schedule

DayStartSaturday EventsResult
Saturday7:30 AMThe Godpepper 10kResult
Saturday9:00 AMGirls “El Caliente” 5k (Combined)Result
Saturday9:00 AMGirls “El Caliente” 5k (Heat 1)Result
Saturday9:45 AMGirls “El Caliente” 5k (Heat 2)Result
Saturday10:30 AMBoys “El Caliente” 5k (Combined)Result
Saturday10:30 AMBoys “El Caliente” 5k (Heat 1)Result
Saturday11:00 AMBoys “El Caliente” 5k (Heat 2)Result
Saturday11:30 AMGirls Open 5kResult
Saturday12:15 PMBoys Open 5kResult
Saturday12:45 PMGirls Junior High 2 MileResult
Saturday1:15 PMBoys Junior High 2 MileResult

Last Year’s Highlights

In the previous edition, the Razorbacks clinched the team title with 61 points, led by Patrick Kiprop, who clocked 23:24.6 and finished second.

What Coaches Say

Chris Bucknam, Arkansas men’s head coach, emphasized the team’s readiness. “Our kids are excited, and we’ve been training for over a month now without a race. It’s really going to tell me a lot of where we’re at after we race on Friday,” he said.

Athletes to Keep an Eye On

Patrick Kiprop, an All-American in both track and cross country, is expected to lead the Razorbacks. Newcomers like Kirami Yego and Lex Hilton are also anticipated to make their mark.

For those looking to catch some top-tier collegiate running action before Sunday’s World Athletics Road Running Championships Riga 23, the Chile Pepper Festival 2023 is the event to tune into this weekend!

Christopher George, reporting

Chris is a retired coach with many years of experience following track and field. Enjoys traveling with his wife, two children and grand kids.