The Bay Bridge Run is back! Scheduled for October 31, 2021 there’s no masking the fun in store. Under the new direction of nationally acclaimed Corrigan Sports, a familiar spirit of athletic comradery will continue to prevail, with a few added twists to keep you on your toes.
Runners make their way across the Chesapeake Bay. Image courtesy of Corrigan Sports.
Past participants will recognize the familiar flavor of the course, especially the unique vantage point from which to soak up stunning Bay vistas. (Seriously, that alone should have you rushing to register.) As in years past, designated parking areas—on both sides of the Bridge—will be the access point for all registered participants, so you can lace up and let go. Runners and walkers can also count on the relief of water/comfort stops along the way.
The course and shuttle locations will be the same as in year’s past. Image courtesy of Corrigan Sports.
What Are You Going As?
With so many possible ways to participate, it can be hard to decide just which hat to wear. Volunteer positions afford you the excitement of race day participant perks, plus a few added premiums. Or consider rounding up the kiddos and going as spectators this year. The purchase of a parking pass ensures you can be at the finish line to cheer on your favorite runners and walkers. There’s even still time to go as a sponsor, with customizable opportunities available. Even better, grab one of the remaining VIP packages.Wear a costume and stay for the party. (Please no full-face coverings on the Bridge.) Image courtesy of Corrigan Sports.
No Tricks, Just Treats
Known for their Celebration Village, Corrigan Sports promises to deliver a spook-tacular post-race party with live music, great food, refreshing drinks and family friendly activities. Don’t be surprised to see a costume contest pop up here or there. For participants 21 and older, purchase a wristband at registration for cold beer and hard seltzer at the finish line party. All proceeds benefit First Responders of the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department who work year-round to make this event safe for all of us!
Come one, come all and have a ball at Celebration Village. Image courtesy of Corrigan Sports.