The Neighborhood Harvest Crawlin’ Crab Half Marathon, 5K and Craft Brew Fest registration is OPEN!
Make Hampton, Virginia one of your Fall destinations with The Neighborhood Harvest Crawlin’ Crab Half Marathon, 5K, Kids Kilometer and Craft Brew Fest presented by Bon Secours In Motion. This 2-day event offers a flat, fast and scenic course that takes you through historic downtown, into charming old neighborhoods, and along the Chesapeake Bay and Hampton Roads Harbor. As you run you will encounter live bands, cheer stops, candy stops and other course surprises. The fun doesn’t end there! Celebrate your finish at a huge outdoor Craft Brew Fest with live music, Baker’s Crust Kickin’ Corn and Crab Chowder, and ice cold brews.
• Four races available: Half Marathon, Half Marathon Relay, 5K, & 1K
• Shell Yeah! Challenge where you run in both the 5K and Half Marathon on race weekend
• Free Race Photos
• A two-day Sports & Fitness Expo at the Hampton Roads Convention Center
• Flat, fast courses through historic downtown, and Hampton Roads Harbor
• DJs, and radio stations on the courses
• Craft Brew Fest with live music, Food, and ice cold drinks
• Technical shirts for all runners (5K/Half) (men and women sizes)
• Additional Half Marathon Finisher Item
• Medal for all finishers
NEW THIS YEAR! HALF MARATHON RELAY!
Looking to take part in our Crawlin’ Crab Half Marathon, but not feeling up to the whole 13.1 miles? Grab a friend and join us for our new Half Marathon relay! You will split the distance of the same Crawlin’ Crab Half Marathon course, competed as a relay team. Awards will be given to the fastest men’s, women’s and co-ed teams (1st, 2nd and 3rd). Each participant will receive all of the same great swag. This includes a tech shirt, free race photos, a unique bottle opener medal, a finisher item, transportation to the relay exchange, and entry into the post race party with 4 free brews and post race soup!
The City of Hampton, a beautiful City rich with over 400 years of history and surrounded by miles of shoreline and breathtaking water views on the Chesapeake Bay is one of seven major cities that compose the Hampton Roads metropolitan area and is nestled on the southeastern end of the Virginia Peninsula. Home to National Monument Fort Monroe, Hampton’s central Mid-Atlantic location and easy access to Interstate 64, two international airports, and Amtrak, makes getting to the City easy for anyone. Visitors can also always expect a mild 4 –season climate that allows everyone to enjoy outdoor activities year round.
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