Behavior of Cr-rich phase in rapid solidification Cu71Cr29 alloys was investigated by using melt spinning and splat quenching. The microstructure and solidification behavior of the Cr-rich were investigated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The results showed that the alloys generally have a microstructure consisting of a fine dispersion of a Cr-rich phase in a Cu-rich matrix. However, the morphology and size of the Cr-rich phase vary greatly with the cooling rate. On the one hand, the average size of the Cr-rich phase is reduced with increasing cooling rate. On the other hand, the Cr-rich phase show both dendrites and spheroids for lower cooling rate but only spheroids for the higher cooling rate. This means liquid phase separation occurred during rapid solidification. The results were discussed with respect to the formation of the Cr-rich spheroids during rapid solidification.