To all past, present, and future runners of the Fodderstack 10K,
A quick update on our race
We are continuing to work towards conducting this wonderful event again in 2021. However, with cases increasing, current CDC and Virginia guidelines, and the safety of our volunteers, runners, and spectators in mind, we are working to determine if the race will occur on April 17th or if it will be rescheduled for the Fall.
The RCRFA will continue to monitor the situation and update everyone again in early 2021.
Thank you for your understanding,
Hosted in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the tradition of the 42nd Annual Fodderstack 10K race begins again in the Spring of 2020. Located in beautiful Rappahannock County the 10K course follows the historic hills and valleys between the towns of Flint Hill and Washington, Virginia. Whether you’re looking for a serious race against other accomplished and proven runners, or simply challenging yourself for a morning, The Fodderstack 10K is sure to leave a lasting impression. Sign up today!
During the Awards Ceremony we’ll be giving out door prizes from from local businesses such as Rappahannock Cellars, Washington Wellness & Spa, and the Washington Theatre.
AVAILABLE AGAIN THIS YEAR:
Groups or organizations with teams of 10 or more participants please contact us prior to registering to receive a $5 discount per runner. We will provide you with a custom discount code for your team members to use when completing online registration. Discount is not available retroactively. Only applicable for pre-registrants (not available on race day).
In beautiful Rappahannock County, Virginia, the Fodderstack10k is a point-to-point race that begins at the north end of Flint Hill on Route 522 at the Packing Shed and ends at the court house in Washington, VA, via the Fodderstack Road. Click here for directions.
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION:
Parking is available either in Washington or Flint Hill. Bus service will be provided from Washington to the starting point of the race throughout the morning. The bus will leave promptly at 7:15 a.m., again at 7:45 and at 8:20 a.m. at the corner of Mount Salem and Gay Streets by the Washington Baptist Church.
Ample parking is available at the Flint Hill Fire Department (registration area) as well as in Washington.
A bus is available to take runners back to Flint Hill after the awards ceremony at 11:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.
|Age Group||#Scoring in|
|14 & Under||3|
|Any||1||First Rappahannock resident, M & F. Duplicating.|
Three deep in each gender.
Ike & Quita Parrish Family Memorial Award
Mervyn Jeffries Memorial Award–award for “Most Senior” runner
Eva Smith Memorial – 1st Rappahannock Male & Female
1st, 2nd, and 3rd overall Male and Female, non-duplicating
REGISTRATION AND FEES:
Race Day Registration:
Flint Hill Volunteer Fire Dept., Rt. 641 on Fodderstack Rd. in Flint Hill. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. There is a 1/2 mile walk/jog from the registration area to the start of the race.
Please allow enough time to register and meet the 9:00am starting gun.
NEW THIS YEAR: Register now to avoid the fee increase to $30.00 on February 28th!
On April 1, the fee increases to $35.00. If you wait until race day, the fee will be $40.00.
$25 – thru Feb 29th
$30 – March 31st
$35 – until online registration closes
$40 – Race Day (cash or check only)
When you register 3 or more family members in a single transaction online, save $5 per runner.
All award winners receive trophies crafted by noted artist Merrill Strange.
During the award ceremony we’ll also be giving out door prizes from local businesses.
Men – Steve Pinard – 31:26
Women – Julie Culley – 36:20
Email: email@example.com or write the Recreation Authority at: PO Box 172 Washington, VA 22747.
OTHER THINGS OF NOTE:
Other activities scheduled in Rappahannock on April 18th
Numerous gallerys and shops will be open in Historic Washington.
The race proceeds benefit the Rappahannock County Park and its programs.