The biggest 10k in the Lowcountry, and you can do it while social distancing!

The Cooper River Bridge Run is one of the most anticipated 10Ks of the Lowcountry. At first, the plan was to race this Saturday, April 4th. It moved due to the pandemic, but a new start date has been chosen!

On August 1st 2020, the Bridge Run is back on. Starting early in the morning at 7am, runners will meet up once again for the 10K. But if you can’t wait that long, try out the virtual Bridge Run instead!


Map your own course from now through May 13 and complete a 10K (6.2 miles) run or walk anywhere you would like!


Use any tracking method (GPS device/watch, tracking website or app, or treadmill reading), track your race and record proof for submission.


Beginning April 10, official virtual transfers open. Follow this LINK to transfer to the Virtual Cooper River Bridge Run. 

NOTE: You may need your registration ID number. This is the r-number found on your confirmation email.


Results accepted April 10 through May 13. The link is in the email you receive upon transferring to the virtual event. 

It’s that easy! Not to mention a good way to get some exercise while all the gyms aren’t open. Give it a shot if you can!

And if you want to register before the deadline for the August 1st race, go here!