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Great race or The Great Race may refer to:
- Great race, a term that refers to any one of the major human races
- The race between the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads to complete the Transcontinental Railway.
- Great Race (classic rally), a vintage car club rally across the continental United States
- The Great Race (Pimlico), 1877 2½-mile horse "match" race run by a trio of champions at the Pimlico Race Course
- The Great Race (rowing), a New Zealand rowing race
- Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race, a 10k urban foot race
- Eppie's Great Race, a triathlon held in Sacramento, California
- The Great Race (relay), a three- or four-person relay race held each August in Auburn, New York
- Bathurst 1000, a motor race held in Bathurst, New South Wales, often nicknamed "The Great Race"
Media, myth, fiction
- The Great Race, 1965 comedy film by Blake Edwards
- Thomas & Friends: The Great Race, a Thomas & Friends film
- Great Race of Yith, a fictional Cthulhu Mythos species described by H.P. Lovecraft
- Great Race (Native American legend), a Native American legend explaining man's dominion over the buffalo.
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