10km Run Through History Course Map

This year, the 10 km Run Through History will actually include a lot more history. The course will use the road through the Spotsylvania Battlefield. If you want to stop and read the signs, I need all the help I can get.

See the map at http://www.racetimingunlimited.org/R/B10/Map14.pdf

Re: Deuce Braswell 5km Run Against Teen Violence almost full

We have about 200 numbers available for the Deuce Braswell 5km and normally register about 200 runners on race day. To guarantee a spot in the race, please arrive early. You don't want to miss out on those Grand Prix points.

Deuce Braswell 5km Run Against Teen Violence almost full

The Deuce Braswell 5km Run Against Teen Violence is almost at capacity. You should get to VA Runner today between 10am and 6pm before it fills up.

Register for the VA Runner Blue & Gray 1/2 Marathon and 5km before they fill up

Registrations for the VA Runner Blue and Gray 1/2 Marathon and 5km are ahead of last year's pace. Last year's races filled up. We expect the races to fill by November 1.

To register for the half marathon go to http://www.racetimingunlimited.org/R/BG/Info.aspx

To register for the 5km go to

Races are at 7:30am on Sunday December 7, 2014 starting and finishing at VA Runner in Central Park.

New for 2014: Finisher Medal and ChronoTrack bib tag timing. Also, you can your Finisher Medal personalized

Packet Pickup Volunteers needed for Deuce Braswell 5km Run against Teen Violence.

The race directors are looking for volunteer assistance at packet pickup on Friday September 19 from 10am to 6pm for the Baron "Deuce" Braswell 5km Run Against Teen Violence. A 2 hour block is desired. The packet pickup is at VA Runner in Central Park.

If you want to help, contact Lisa at jlweiss4@verizon.net


FUN RUN ALERT! Come help VA Runner support the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank and fellow runner and marathoner, Amos Desjardins, who is running 500 miles here in VA in just five days to bring awareness to hunger in Virginia. Tuesday, Septe...mber 2nd from 4-7 p.m., VA Runner will be collecting non-perishable food and will also be hosting a water/aid station for Amos as he makes his way through Fredericksburg. In partnership with the Federation of Virginia Food Banks, Amos will take 1,000,000 steps over five days to represent an individual in VA currently struggling with hunger. Along the way he will stop at water/aid stations at local running stores, where food donations for the local food banks will be collected. His next water/aid station will be on September 2nd at VA Runner.
Let's support Amos Desjardins, our local food bank AND VA Runner by participating in the event this Tuesday at 4:00! Visit www.facebook.com/500in5va as well as www.crowdrise.com/500in5 for more information.