2012 Stratford Hills PicturesThe Race: This is the 33rd year for this race. The course is an out and back with a mile downhill at the beginning and a mile uphill at the end. The course is on roads along the James River. Course records: Male Overall - James Coleman 31:11 (1988) Female Overall - Lynn MacDougall 35:25 (1994) Male Masters - Thom Suddeth 32:43 (1990)…See More
The RRRC Annual Banquet allows the club to recognize the accomplishments of its members. There are numerous awards including the Grand Prix winners, Club Championship winners, the Club Spirit Award and the Sports Excellence award.The evening's program includes cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, a buffet dinner, an after-dinner speaker, prizes and awards. Hors d'oeuvres begin at 6 p.m. with dinner following at 6:30 p.m. Cash bar available.This event is open to all RRRC members and their guests.…See More
The Race:This is the 33rd year for this race. The course is an out and back with a mile downhill at the beginning and a mile uphill at the end. The course is on roads along the James River. Course records: Male Overall - James Coleman 31:11 (1988) Female Overall - Lynn MacDougall 35:25 (1994) Male Masters - Thom Suddeth 32:43 (1990) Female Masters - Cecil Astrop - 39:28 (1995)Registration: The preregistration fee is $5 for RRRC members. The preregistration…See More
This 3.2 mile course starts at Holton Elementary and winds through the beautiful neighborhoodsof Ginter Park and Bellevue. Prize Money: $250 to fastest male and female. $100 to fastest City of Richmond Teachers (male and female). Open to all ages! Register online at www.raceit.com…See More
This is the 26th annual running of this race. Each year RRRC collects toys for children. Bring a toy valued at $10 or pay a race fee of $10. You can walk or run. You just have to come to have fun! Register in advance online.Onsite registration opens at 11:00 a.m. Free kids runs starting at 12:15 p.m. 5K starts at 1 p.m. The Course The race will be run at The Shoppes at Innsbrook. The 5K is an out-and-back flat course…See More
John Tyler Community College Foundation and Chesterfield County invite you to Full Moon Madness!Join us for a 4-Mile race or a family-friendly 1-Mile Moonwalk followed by the Howl for Health Festival. Under the full moon, there will be fun for everyone: live entertainment, health and wellness vendors, a trick-or-treat trail, costume contests, an interactive fun zone, good food and more!Proceeds to benefit student scholarships at John Tyler Community College.Visit…See More
Maymont provides a spectacular setting for one the premier running festivals in the country. You’ll run in the shadow of the opulent 1893 Maymont House, over tree-lined hills and fields and past wildlife areas filled with bison, deer and other animals. The beautiful estate allows spectators great visibility and easy access to multiple points along the course.The Maymont X-Country Festival is organized by the Sports Backers, who also operate the SunTrust Richmond Marathon and the Ukrop's…See More
Join in on the fun as we raise awareness and money to keep Jazz alive in Richmond for our youth. The Rhythm Section Foundation, Take Me to Happy Hour.com presents the 5K and the Music Festival featuring independent artist from all genres. This family event will feature food and merchandise vendors. We invite all to take a part in our run/walk. The top two finishers will win cash and merchandise prizes. Runners are invited to stay for the party. 5K Entry fee: $20 and includes a Jazz on the Hill…See More
The 8 Mile trail run starts and finishes on the grounds of Maymont. The unique course features the Buttermilk and North trails as the loop through the James River Park. The 8 Miler utilizes wave starts in order to control volume on the trails, so you will be asked to indicate your predicted time when you register. All 8 Miler registrants will receive a technical race shirt!
Looking to improve your 10K time? Do you want to set a P.R.? Tired of training alone? Need some motivation to help you really get in shape for the Ukrop's Monument Ave. 10K? Look no further than your local running club. Individuals who are currently running at least 25 miles a week and can run a 10K in 55 (9 minute pace) minutes or less and want to improve their time will work together in teams of similar ability with a coach to reach their goal.…See More
This is the 25th annual running of this race. Each year RRRC collects toys for children. Bring a toy valued at $10 OR pay a race fee of $10. You can walk or run. You just have to come to have fun! Regiostration opens at 11:00. Free Kid's runs starting at 12:15. 5K starts at 1 pm.Register Online (You can register online and mail in a check or bring a toy to the race)…See More
Its time to kick back and relax for a while at a post race celebration. This is your chance to come out and tell all of your friends how well you did in the race. Everyone is invited. Space is limited to 300. The party is free to RRRC members and $10 for guests. Free appetizers. $2 keg beer and $5 wine. Door Prizes. Our running chef, Ellie Basch, will cater the party at her restaurant, Savor Cafe, located at 201 West 7th Street just down the block from Legend Brewing. You must pre-register to…See More
This RRRC Grand Prix race is run every Thanksgiving morning from the University of Richmond. The race is a perennial favorite and sells out at its limit of 1500 participants. There is a free kids run at 8:30. All children must register to run.Not running? Volunteer! The Course The…See More
Have a happy birthday. I saw your name listed and thought I'd drop you a line. I'm going to run the Village 5k, McDonalds Half, and this new Capital 10 Miler. Maybe I'll see you out there somewhere.
Hello! Hope you are having a fantastic day today! You are such an amazing runner and truly wonderful person!! I am so interested what you find out about your knees. I also have what I call Rice Krispie knees--snap!Crackle! Pop! sound--it comes and goes. Take care and I wish you the best always. You are marvelous!