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Richmond Road Runners Club's Carytown 10K offers a flat, fast and certified (VA09019RT) course that is run mostly on Cary Street and Grove Avenue. The race will start and finish at Cary Court in Carytown. There will be a free Kids Run (1/4 mile) before the start of the 10K.
The race date and details are tentative and subject to change.
Registration for the RRRC Carytown 10K will open in January 2020.
The 10K (6.2 miles) race starts and ends at Cary Court in Carytown and is run mostly on Cary Street and Grove Avenue. The course is flat, fast and certified (VA09019RT). There will be mile markers and the race will be run on open roads. Traffic will be controlled. Water stations will be at miles 2 and 4.5.
Walkers. The Carytown 10K welcomes walkers. Enjoy a beautiful scenic walk/run through Carytown on a spring morning. You must be able to complete the 6.2 miles by 10 AM.
THERE IS A COURSE TIME LIMIT OF 2 HOURS.
This is a road race conducted under the rules of USATF and RRCA. In consideration of the safety of all participants, the following are not allowed on the course during the race: baby joggers, baby strollers, animals on leash, skateboards, inline or roller skates, or bicycles. The use of personal music devices is strongly discouraged at this race. To enjoy all that our race has to offer and for the safety of all participants, RRRC encourages a headphone-free environment during the running of the Carytown 10K.
PLEASE NOTE THAT TRAFFIC WILL BE CONTROLLED BUT YOU STILL NEED TO BE ALERT FOR TRAFFIC. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR SAFETY. BE ALERT, WATCH FOR TRAFFIC & PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR FELLOW RUNNERS, COURSE MARSHALS, AND POLICE.
Anne Zielinski Brown
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