Safety and security is our top priority.  Together with the help and support of numerous local, state and federal public safety agencies, we have comprehensive plans in place to ensure the safety of our participants, volunteers and spectators.  We would like to share some of the changes you will see this year and ask for your cooperation and support.  

Increased Law Enforcement: There will be an increased law enforcement presence at the Start, along the course and at the Finish.  

Increased Number of Restricted Areas: There will be an increased number of restricted areas at the Start and Finish line areas.  Additional fencing with designated entry and exit points will be in place around the finish line area.  Anyone entering a restricted area with a backpack, bag, purse, etc. will be subject to search.  This year a clear backpack will be distributed along with your race packet material included with you entry fee.  

Leave backpacks or any other unnecessary items at home; please pack light.  Remember, if you don't need it -don't bring it!

See Something, Say Something: Be vigilant.  If you see something suspicious, contact the nearest police office or dial 911 immediately.  



FREE to runners & walkers
You MUST wear your bib number to board buses!

Saturday 5 AM - 6:45 AM must be in line by 6 AM

Mt Pleasant Startline

Downtown: Calhoun & Anson Street 
(click for a map)


Convention Center

North Charleston: Charleston Area Convention Center
(click for a map)

Towne Center

Mt. Pleasant: Mount Pleasant Towne Centre 

Daniel Island

Mount Pleasant - Whitesides School: Rifle Range Road 




Mount Pleasant - Laing School 




Return buses will leave from downtown Charleston from 10am-1pm, to return participants to their parking areas. 
Buses will be marked according to the four different parking areas. (as shown in the images above)
Make sure to board the correct bus.






If preregistered, your name will be on a printout at the Boat Dock- have your race number with your name ready!
Tickets are $8, and can be purchased with registration (check box on entry form), tickets sell out quickly.Spiritlineboat
Boats to Start leave the IMAX Dock, (on Concord Street, just North of the Aquarium, which is at the end of Calhoun Street) at 6AM.
Return Boats ($8 cash, no tickets required - Charleston to Mt. Pleasant) run from 10 am to 1 pm.
Shuttle buses will transport participants to the starting area.
(NOTE: dock is about 2 miles from the Start)






Cost: $15.
Date/time: Friday March 27, 2015 5-8pm
Downtown: Charleston Maritime Center, 10 Wharfside St., Charleston, SC 29401
Mt. Pleasant: HarborSide East, 28 Bridgeside Blvd., Mt. PleasantCupcake, SC 29464
N Charleston: Coliseum, 5001 Coliseum Dr, N. Charleston, 29418

You came here to run, but first, you need the fuel to keep you moving!   How do you choose the nights dining pleasures, when there are SO many culinary gems to choose from?   This year’s Taste of the Bridge Run will have your taste buds cheering.   With over 25 participating restaurants, this is a good way for locals and visitors alike to ‘taste’ what Charleston has to offer.  For $15, you can keep it simple with a dish from your favorite restaurant, OR load up with a sample of everything.   This is the perfect way to try new places, without breaking the bank.  Figure out which restaurant you like best, so the next time that pesky question arises “what’s for dinner” you know just the answer.

At Jim ‘N' Nick’s Bar-B-Q we believe the trick to serving up great bar-b-q is to avoid the tricks altogether. No freezers. No short-cuts. Just slow-smoked Southern goodness, the way it ought to be done. Our bar-B-Q is slow-smoked for up to 20 hours over low-heat hickory coals to coax out that original smoky flavor. And everything is made from scratch. Yes, everything.

pig in the garden


From our hand-pattied, fresh-ground burgers to the croutons that top our salads, even the pie crusts are flour and rolling pin fresh, because we know that delicious is in the details. And at Jim ‘N Nick’s the Southern goodness is always served with genuine and gracious hospitality, built on a sincere appreciation for our guests and our community. Join us for dine-In, drive-thru, take-home, private dining or let our catering team bring the goodness to you. 





eatthis Halls Chophouse   elis table    AI    Sticky Fingers tazikis    CupCake   JimN Nicks OutBakc     



Trucks will be at the Start taking bags (which must be pre-labeled with your name & phone number) until 7:30AM.
Trucks will be parked at the Finish Festival for bag retrieval. (Click the Map below to see startline sweat shuttle locations)

wave start





Street Closures.
Friday March 27,

1. Hampton Park / Mary Murray Blvd - 2PM to 7PM {KIDS RUN}
2. George Street between Meeting and Anson Streets will be closed at 8PM until 2PM Saturday, March 28. Neighborhood traffic from Menotti Lane will have access to egress east on George Street, as well as, residents parked on this portion of George Street..
3. Meeting Street between Calhoun and Wentworth Streets will be closed at 10PM. The Northbound Lane of Meeting Street from George Street to Calhoun Street will remain open; the southbound lane of Meeting Street from George Street to Calhoun Street will be closed for traffic.
Saturday, March 28.
Ravenel Bridge closes at 7 am (in BOTH directions!)
1.Towing along the race route begins at 4AM!
2. Calhoun Street, between King and East Bay Streets, will be closed at 5AM. Calhoun Street will be closed from King Street to East Bay Street until the participants are in a manageable location and out of the roadways, streets are cleaned and bus traffic is safely able to be managed, hopefully before 1PM.
3. Meeting Street will close at 5AM from John Street to Wentworth Street; NOTE: George Street will have limited access to the parking lot between King and Meeting Streets only from King Street prior to 7AM and will not re-open until King Street is open following the race.
4. Arthur Ravenel Bridge Bike Lane will be closed at 6:30AM to clear the bridge of pedestrian traffic. This lane will re-open when the Bridge re-opens.
5. The Race Route and support street will be closed at 7AM until the participants are finished and the roadways are cleaned.
1. Both directions of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge will be closed until the participants have cleared the bridge, support staff removed, barricades removed, and the bridge cleaned of any debris.
2. Meeting Street will be closed from Romney Street to Woolfe Street and John Street to Hasell Street with early openings following the participants safely off the route and the route cleaned.Parking
3. Woolfe Street will be closed from Meeting Street to King Street.
4. King Street will be closed from Spring Street to Wentworth Street.
5. Wentworth Street will be closed from King Street to Meeting Street.
6. An alternative route will be made to allow traffic to flow north and south for traffic affected by the King Street closures via St. Philip Street to ensure traffic can move easily around town.  Traffic east of Meeting Street will have full access to East Bay Street to travel in each direction.  The Charleston Police Department has perimeter traffic control setup on entrances to the route and will be working to minimize your confusion.

Please be reminded that the Ravenel Bridge will not be open in either direction during the Race beginning at 7AM. We would ask you to inform your customers, guests, employees and neighbors to be aware of the road closures and have a plan to get to your businesses, homes or destinations. You will be able to get through the City in all directions, but it may be time consuming so please plan ahead.

Parking: Click For Map Of Garages

Runners and walkers, please be aware that you will be allowed to park your vehicle overnight Friday, March 27 until 2PM Saturday, March 28 in the following garages!

City Parking Garage Special :: Rates for Participants - $5
  • Visitor’s Center Parking Garage
  • Aquarium Garage on Calhoun Street
  • Gaillard Auditorium Parking Garage (Special Note: The fee will be collected at garages upon entering the facilities.) 




wave start

MARCH 28, 2015 - 8AM, on Coleman Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC

2015 ROUTE
10K is point to point, from Mt. Pleasant to downtown Charleston.

  • You must wear your race (bib) number to be allowed on the course and on shuttles.
  • Start 8 am Coleman Blvd about halfway between Shem Creek & Sea Island Shopping Ctr.
  • Runners must position themselves by pace & color-coded numbers. For seeding (sub 40 min), send a 10K race time verification with entry. There will be 6 seeding groups:
    • Walkers (or people walk-running)
    • Runners with an expected time of over 1 hour
    • Runners with an expected time of 45 min to 1 hour
    • Runners expecting to run under 45 min (age-group contenders) Verification Required
    • Runners sub 40 minutes Verificiation Required
    • Invited/Elite runners contact Janis Newton - (843) 670-1642







10K is point to point, from Mt. Pleasant to downtown Charleston.  Race starts at 7:25AM. You must have a verified 10K finish of under 45 minutes. 

Sign Up for the Wheelchair Event Now! 



 At the Finish, DO NOT STOP, walk promptly through the finish area. For the safety of all, and fairness to those finishing behind you, please move swiftly through the chute and into the Finish Festival area.

Finish Festival
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Note that the Finish Festival will be at Marion Square. Finish the Run & Walk and proceed directly to the Festival!
Saturday, March 28, 9 AM - 12 noon at Marion Square.
• Entertainment, Vendors, Food, Souvenirs, Refreshments and lots of Fun!!!

Will be presented at the Festival stage area.
Overall Winners; male & female (1st - $10,000) (2nd - $3,000) (3rd - $1,500) (4th - $1,000) (5th - $800) (6th - $600) (7th - $500) (8th - $400) (9th - $300) (10th - $250)
male & female (1st - $1,500) (2nd - $1,000) (3rd - $750) (4th - $500) (5th - $250)
Grandmasters (over 50yrs);
male & female (1st - $750) (2nd - $500) (3rd - $250) 
Senior Grandmasters (over 60yrs);
male & female (1st - $250)
; male & female, (1st - $3,000), (2nd - $2,000) & (3rd - $1,000)
Course Record; male & female (M27:40) (F31:19) $1,000
Dr. Marcus Newberry Top Local; perpetual trophy & $500, male & female (see below for eligibility)
Dewey Wise Oldest Runner; perpetual tropy.
Terry Hamlin Mobility Impaired; perpetual trophy, top male & female.
The results must be verified (1-10 days) before any age group awards can be given out or picked up.
1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Age Group awards will be mailed.
  The remaining top 5% (up to 25 in each age group), can be picked up at the CRBR office in Mt. Pleasant, or shipped for a nominal postage fee.
Age Groups: 5-9; 10-14; 15-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34; 35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; 70-74; 75-79; 80 and over

       Link toResidency determination for Marcus Newberry Award 


April 05, 2014