Aug 25, 2017

Five Reasons to Run the Clarendon Day Run | Friday Five | BibRavePro

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I'm pretty excited for an upcoming race on my schedule. It's got a bit of fun with a dash of challenge. I thought I'd take this chance to join in on the Friday Five 2.0 linkup to give you five reasons you should join me at the Clarendon Day Run.

1. Choice of distance πŸ‘Ÿ

The Clarendon Day Run consists of the choice of distances. They offer a 10K, a 5K, and even a Kids Dash for the little ones. There are medals for all finishers, but it's unclear on their site if that includes the kids or not.

2. Take on a Challenge πŸ…

You also have the option to take on the popular Double Challenge. This involves running the 5K first then making your way back to the start line for the 10K. This is the option I'm going for, but I'm hoping to be fast enough as part of the challenge is you also need to get back to the start line before the 10K starts. There is even a special double challenge medal, though looks like its limited to the first 500 registrants, so sign up now! (but see #5 before you do)

3. Part of day of festivities πŸŽ‰

The Clarendon Day Run is part of a larger Clarendon Day festival. So come enjoy the festival the day before, and then race on Sunday. Of course, even if you can make the festival on Saturday, they're still throwing their own post-race party and an (adult) beverage ticket is included with your registration.

4. Downhill courses πŸ“‰

Both of the courses are known for being fast and thats because they're downhill. I've included the elevation below from the Pacers Running site. As you can see, that's a graph we always love to see. I must warn you of one thing, if you want to do the challenge the end of the 5K is about a mile back to the start line, back up hill, so thats a part of the challenge.

5. Save Money πŸ’°

Who doesn't like to save money? Want to run the 5K, the 10K, or the double? Register now and use the code 17cdrBibRave to save $5 on your entry.


There's my five reasons. If you're in the DMV, I hope you consider coming out to run with me. I'd love the company. I plan to try and run the challenge, but I'm mostly running for my enjoyment.

Now that you've read my five, go check out Fairytales and Fitness "My 5 Races" and Running on Happy "Training is Tough Runfessions" since they host the linkup, and then you can see all the other great bloggers participating!

10 comments:

  1. This must be a great race. I was just reading on another blog they were running this one again for the second year straight!

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    1. This will be my first time but looks really nice. Looks like a good course and have heard they put on some good races.

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  2. It's crazy that I've never done this race since I spend so much time in Clarendon, but it never fits my schedule. I've heard great things about it though.

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    1. That is kind of funny. My first time but excited for it.

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  3. Sounds like a really good race! I wished I lived closer so I could participate.

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    1. I'll be sure to write up all about how it is.

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  4. I love events like this! if I was in the area (and, ahem, able to run), I'd be there in a heart beat...and I'd be attempting the double challenge as well. Go big or stay home LOL

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    1. That's my thought exactly. Might as well go for it!

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  5. If I lived there, I'd be all over this race! Downhill? Yes, sir!

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