While we hoped to host everyone this year, our highest priority will always be the health and safety of our participants, volunteers, spectators, community, and staff. The decision to shift our October events to home editions was made after working tirelessly with our state and local government, health officials, and race partners to explore all possibilities to host a safe event that includes the celebration we love.
Introducing the J&A Racing Referral Program for the Crawlin’ Crab Half Marathon Weekend, Old Point National Bank Wicked 10K Weekend, Chartway Norfolk Harbor Half Marathon Weekend, and Surf-n-Santa 5 Miler. Invite your friends and family to join you on race day, and you’ll get rewarded. All you have to do is share your unique referral link via email & social media.
As we prepare for our Fall events, we are committed to ensuring that our participants feel safe and secure when making a choice for their race schedule.
“All of the races listed on The BibRave 100 are shining examples of how to put on a great event, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the list,” said Tim Murphy, Co-Founder of BibRave. “Runners put a lot of time and research into planning their race calendars, and we hope The BibRave 100 is a helpful tool highlighting some truly wonderful races.”
There are two ways you can run the Wicked 10K. You can run it like every other race, in a tank and shorts and try to be a fast as you can be. Or, you can truly make it a fun run, and dress up in a costume. Personally, my favorite costumes to see are the group costumes, where their full range of mobility is prohibited. Not because I think I’ll be able to beat them (that is a bonus!), but because that is when creativity shines.
Still undecided about your costume for the Wicked 10K? Ambassador, Molly Gray, shares all her tips for created the perfect Halloween costume.