Bridge Run Training Program FAQs

Bridge Run Training Program FAQs

You have questions about how it works... And, we have answers!

Q: What does the $115 registration fee include?

A: In addition to the training program, a cool and customized Mizuno tech shirt, experienced coaching and more that we offer in each program, you will also receive a race entry to the 2019 Cooper River Bridge Run!

Q: I've already registered for the 2019 Cooper River Bridge Run but I would still like to participate in the training program. Do I have to pay the $115?

A: We would love for you to join us in the training program! Please contact our Run10K Coordinator, Sandy, at She will help you join the program!

Q: I want to participate; however, I cannot make the scheduled times.

A: At this time, these are the sessions we have scheduled. We would love your feedback as to what times best work for your busy schedule. Please email Sandy at

Q: My schedule doesn't allow me to commit to the scheduled times of one location. Can I do the evening session in one location and the Saturday session in the other location?

A: Yes, you may. However, we ask that you email our Run10K Coordinator, Sandy, at so that she can organize the information that you and our coaches will need.

Q: What paces should I expect? 

A: Each group will have a variety of paces. It is important to us to have mentors and coaches for our programs so we can facilitate as many as people as possible. Please note that the Run10K group has prerequisites for joining the program. Run10K participants must be able to complete a 5K in 45 minutes or less.

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