10 Biggest 10Ks
Want to run longer than a 5K but not ready for a half marathon? Now's the time to tackle a 10K. Here are the biggest 10Ks in the U.S., according to Running USA.
For 40 years and counting, this largest 10K in the country has been recognized as a cherished tradition. Read More »
Pay tribute on Memorial Day by running in one of the largest 10Ks in the country. Stick around after the race for the BolderBoulder Tribute. Read More »
Charleston, South Carolina
Getting its start in 1978, this 10K has become one of the best organized races in the country. Experience the views as you run through Mt. Pleasant and over the historic Cooper River bridge. Read More »
With bands playing throughout the course and people dressed in costumes, this race feels like a party as you run down historic Monument Ave. Read More »
Whether you are a serious runner, or just out to enjoy the crowd, this race has something for everyone as you run through the heart of Austin. Read More »
New Orleans, Louisiana
With its flat, fast course this race attracts some of today’s elite runners. Come enjoy New Orleans and run in this Easter weekend tradition. Read More »
Green Bay, Wisconsin
This race is known for its returning elite runners. Join the “Bellin Run Legends” in this fast course and see what it is that keeps them coming back for more. Read More»
Santa Cruz, California
Dubbed “The best little road race in California,” this 6-miler has a lot to offer any runner, with its seaside setting, perfect weather and beach party atmosphere. Read More »
For more than a century, this race takes runners through the heart of downtown and is a great way to get the holiday started.
Mark your calendar for this storied race in Iron City. Start at picturesque Point State Park and wind your way through scenic university row. Read More »