2014 saw the addition of the Dublin Dash Mile.
2013 had the largest field of finishers, peaking at 9250.
The 30th anniversary addition offered commemorative medals to all finisher for the first time in its history. Runners also were part of the first new wave system.
The Downtown Runners and Walkers became the host club in 2005. It was also the first year that all the runners were chip-timed.
In 2010 the run and walk was combined to a 5km which enabled the race to stay almost completely on the Parade route.
In 2009, after years of starting at Tiger Stadium and finishing at the Gaelic League the course was moved to the Michigan Central Train Depot for a common start/finish.
Corktown Race made its debut in 1983 and is still owned and operated by the Fraternal Order of United Irishmen.