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Cane Bay Elementary School
No Better Way to start 2023 than with a 5k! Thanks to our Friends at the Gasperic Group, Cane Bay Plantation, and many more we are excited to host an in-person 5k at 9:23 am on Sunday, January 1st, 2023. The race is being held in Cane Bay Plantation and is for all ages, skills, and speeds.
Your Run/Walk will begin at Cane Bay Elementary School parking lot and use the paved multiuse trails to loop thru 2 tunnels for the 3.1 miles course. This paved course will take you under Cane Bay Blvd twice, while running along the new Nexton Parkway Extension runners will have to turn and cross the parkway where the Sherriff's Deputies will be stationed to ensure your safety. Please join us in the beautiful Cane Bay Plantation for a fun, fast, new 5k!. Held on the community paved trail system, this flat course is perfect for beginners, experts, and even walkers, and strollers, sorry but no pets are allowed.
Start off the New Year on a "healthy step" with a 5K! We want to give back to you!!! Enjoy the spectacular river, marsh views and majestic oaks as you run. After the race, stay for soup and cornbread! (Hoppin John soup, Vegetable soup, Vegetable beef soup, Butternut squash soup and other soups to choose from) Awards are 5 year age groups and 5 deep! We will be recycling shirts and awards from various races.
Wear your PJ's!!! A Great time for everyone!
Packet pickup begins race day at 7:30 AM and gates close at 8:30AM
Come join us for a 5K run for the new year. On Race Day, 7:00 to 7:45am will be late registration and packet pickup. The Race will begin promptly at 8:00am. We will then have awards after the race on the track.
CRC will run the hotdog station at the Kids Run Festival at Stoney field.
- 4 hotdog Grillers
- 3 people to make the dogs
- 3 people to help hand them out and other hands to help keep things running.
Hilton Head SC to take Ferry to Haig Point on Daufuskie Island
Just off the coast of Hilton Head SC lies a unique place, Daufuskie Island. Experience this island by running the beautiful shore lines and witnessing the breath taking views.
Runners will experience breath taking views starting from their departure on the Daufuskie Island Ferry heading to the main area at Haig Point, the central area of this incredible race. There runners will be greeted with a morning cup of joe sponsored by PERC coffee, entertainment and restrooms to get you ready to run. After your race, a catered picnic lunch and an assortment of beverages await you…including craft beer provided you’re of legal drinking age. Additionally, each runner will receive a swag bag filled of must have items and a finishing medal to commemorate your accomplishment, which you can have engraved with your finishing time at the Haig Point’s area after party. The after party will have live entertainment for the runners and their family and friends so bring them along too. Turn this into a family weekend by renting a place and spending some time enjoying the beauty of this island and running a great race!
Packet Pickup will be 11:00 - 6:00 at Fleet Feet Mt Pleasant and we need your help greeting runners and handing out packets or helping them register.
Sullivans Island Elem SChool
Sullivan's Island Elementary School
The Charlie Post Classic 15K and 5K is the signature running event of the Charleston Running Club. Now in its 39th year, this race honors the memory of Dr. Charlie Post, a well-known Charleston runner, triathlete, and family physician who volunteered his time and medical talents to the running community. Dr. Post was a very active member of the Charleston Running Club, served as the head of the College of Charleston’s student health services, and was also the school’s team physician for varsity sports. As a memorial, the Charleston Running Club funds an annual scholarship in his memory through the athletic department of the College of Charleston.