The Chattanooga Chase is the oldest active competitive road race in the area. This year’s event will feature an 8k and 1-mile race through the scenic North Shore neighborhoods. The 8k is known for its challenging hills and breathtaking scenery. Rock Creek will be awarding a PREMIUM to the first male and female to reach the water station atop Minnekahda Avenue, the race’s most challenging climb. The 1-mile race features a fairly flat, fast course through the neighborhood adjacent to Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. The first 50 finishers of each distance will receive a special edition race t-shirt!
1M Fun Run/Walk
Come join us for some Christmas family fun time!
Hot Chocolate, Santa & his elves, and reindeer galore!
All out for a good cause.
Hosted by the Lafayette Downtown Development Authority
USATF certified course
The race will be a 3.1 Mile Run & 1 Mile Walk Family Fun Run/Walk through historic downtown LaFayette. Both routes begin and end at Joe Stock Memorial Park in LaFayette, GA where the historic antebellum mansion Marsh House and the Amazing Festival of Lights synchronized Christmas Show are also located.
Part of the Georgia Highlands Race Series
This race is meant to be a journey of all the trails within Cloudland Canyon State Park. It will be 95 miles of single track trail and 5 miles of pavement.
Up to 8 person relay team.
100 milers will get a badass buckle and the relay folks will get medals.
All proceeds after the cost of the race is covered will go to the ALS Association of Tennessee. The event is being sponsored by the Maclellan Foundation in honor of Nancy Maclellan. We will have a memory table on the Riverboat to honor people who currently are fighting ALS or have passed from it.
100M Relay Run
Event Notes: The General 100™ is a 4- or 7- member team running relay covering 100 miles of beautiful, challenging terrain beginning in Kennesaw, Georgia. The course primarily follows scenic country roads winding its way through North Georgia’s historic sites to the finish line in Ringgold, Georgia.
The race route faithfully parallels the railroad from Kennesaw to Ringgold following the route of the famous “Great Locomotive Chase.” On April 12th, 1862, Union soldiers stole “the General” locomotive and several train cars in Big Shanty (Kennesaw) and headed north for Chattanooga. They were quickly pursued with a separate locomotive, by hand-car and finally on foot by the General’s resourceful conductor.
Only 1 team member will take the road at a time. While this individual is completing his or her leg of the relay, the remaining team members will travel by vehicle to the next timing station/exchange point.
50k & 10 miler
50k starts at 7:30 am on Saturday
10 Miler starts at 8:30 am sharp on Sunday
Presented by The North Face, the Stump Jump Race is a long standing single track race that brings runners to the Tennessee Valley from all over the world to enjoy views from the Tennessee River Gorge and Cumberland Plateau. This course is atop Signal Mountain and Walden Ridge.
Running or walking enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 5K Run for the Fund to raise funds and awareness of the dangers facing the towing industry. The 3.1-mile course starts and ends at the towing museum following the nearby Tennessee Riverwalk – perfect for first-time 5K runners or walkers.
The course is a multi-loop/out-and-back type of thing where you’ll pass the “aid station” more than once. We’ve got drinks and snacks covered, and at the finish line you’ll find an all-you-can-eat cereal buffet, including cold cereals, oatmeal, and yogurt with all the toppings. Lucky for you, your medal is a giant coffee mug that can hold all of these things!
26.2, 13.1, 10k, 5k all offered
Come join us for some Patriotic fun!
June 30, 2018
7 a.m. – 5K / 10k & 1 Mile Fun Run
The course is USATF Certified
The 3rd Annual Freedom Fest Run is a 3.1 & 6.2 Mile Run/Walk & 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walkthrough
historic downtown LaFayette.
Both routes begin and end at LaFayette Recreation Department in LaFayette, GA.
You’ll absolutely fall in love with the small town atmosphere and historical sites.
At race headquarters, you can grab an American Flag or other Patriotic gear while you check your results, listen to music, and enjoy the race site festivities.
Or if spectating is more your thing, feel free to come out in your patriotic attire and encourage the runners!
On June 29th at Packet Pick-up, feel free to stay and join the City of LaFayette for their annual Freedom Festival.
Part of the Georgia Highlands Race Series