Race may refer to:


* Racing competitions
** The Race (yachting race), or "La course du millénaire", a no-rules round-the-world sailing event
* Race (biology), classification of flora and fauna
* Race (classification of human beings)
* Race and ethnicity in the United States Census, official definitions of "race" used by the US Census Bureau
* Race and genetics, notion of racial classifications based on genetics.
* Historical definitions of race
* Race (bearing), the inner and outer rings of a rolling-element bearing.
* RACE in molecular biology "Rapid Amplification of cDNA Ends"
* Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
* A channel directing water to a mill or other hydraulic power conversion facility.


*Eleanor Race, a field hockey player from the United States
*Harley Race, an American wrestler
*Hugo Race, an Australian rock musician and record producer
*John Abner Race, an American politician
*John Burton Race, a chef
*Reg Race, a British Labour party politician


* "The Race" (Seinfeld episode), an episode of the TV series "Seinfeld"
* "The Race" (Joe 90 episode), the 19th episode of "Joe 90"
* "The Race" (TV series), a Sky One TV series
* "Race" (film), a 2008 Bollywood film


* The Race (band), a UK-based indie rock band
* The Race (Yello song), a song by Yello


* Race (fantasy), types of sentient creatures in fantasy
* The Race (Worldwar), a fictional alien race of invaders in the "Worldwar" and "Colonization" novels of Harry Turtledove
* Colonel Race, a character in several novels by Agatha Christie

Video games

* "Race - The Official WTCC Game", PC simulation of "World Touring Cars Championship"

ee also

*RACE, disambiguation

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