You will need to complete the 10K in your own time and submit your results/proof of completion to [email protected]. Once confirmation of completion has been received, medals will be mailed out.

Yes. People of all athletic abilities are encouraged to participate. There is, however, a time limit of 2.5 hours in which to complete the 6.2 mile course. For those that cannot complete the event in this timeframe, we will send a shuttle to pick you up along the course.

If you are not able to run, you have several options:

  1. Deferrals – you may defer your registration to the 2020 event for a fee of $25. Deferral period ends 1 week prior to the event date (TBD) when online registration closes. Absolutely no deferrals allowed past this point.
  2. Cancel Your Entry – you may cancel your entry by emailing us at [email protected]. When you cancel, all fees are non-refundable and your decision is final – you cannot be reinstated into the 2019 Across the Bay 10K without going through the registration process again from the beginning.
  3. Charity Bibs – If you purchase a charity bib through an official charity partner, please contact that charity directly for cancellation or transfer options.
In the case of extreme weather, the State of Maryland, through the MDTA, has the right to cancel the event if they feel that our participants are in danger. If this happens, there will be no refunds for registrations or other expenses incurred by race participants. We’ll do everything possible to make sure that the RACE GOES ON! Any change will be posted on our website and Facebook page.

Yes. Elite runners are invited to join us and will start with the first wave. There is no prize purse at this time.

No. All participants must catch a shuttle to the starting area. Shuttles depart from all official event parking and shuttle lots. A complete list of shuttle and parking locations will be published at a date closer to the race and can be found on the Parking and Shuttle page.

Runners have the option of purchasing a parking pass for a fee of $10-$20 which grants access to parking in a predetermined official event satellite parking and/or shuttle lot. Runners are not required to purchase a parking pass and may be dropped off at a parking and/or shuttle lot by a friend or family member. Everyone must be shuttled to the Start Area. Specific parking details will be published on our website as they become available and all participants will get detailed information in their race packets prior to November 5th. Please note – participants MUST ride a shuttle to the start.

Additional information can be found on the Parking and Shuttle page.

Yes. The parking pass guarantees you a parking spot in one of the predetermined official race lots that the participant chooses during their parking pass purchase. Please go the Parking and Shuttle page to learn more about the NEW parking procedures and your pass.

Unfortunately, we cannot provide refunds. However you can defer your entry to 2019.

This race will support several Official Charity Partners as well as many other great causes that will raise funds and awareness through the event. Information about our charity partners can be found here.

Absolutely. We encourage all participants to set up a pledge or make a donation to a cause you care about.

Our photography team works incredibly hard to capture photos of all participants. Not only will our photo team be stationed on the bridge, but you will find them along the course and at the finish line as well.

Additionally, race Cameos are set up at the finish area where you can get your picture taken alone or with friends and family. Getting a group shot is a great way to celebrate your race and remember the moment!

If you are interested in sponsorship, please email [email protected].

Yes! If you represent a media organization, please contact [email protected] for updates and invitations to media-only events taking place before and during the event.

Please see the Parking and Shuttle Page for spectator parking details.

Yes. We are always working to improve our planning so we may need to change a few details along the way. We’ll make sure that you have all of the information you need well before race day on our website, through our monthly newsletters and on Facebook,

There will be onsite registration race week in the Navy Stadium Expo.

There is NO race day bib pick up. Due to the field size, transportation logistics, multiple parking locations and general coordination required on race day, you are required to pick up your bib at the race expo or you can have it mailed to you. Details about bib pick up and mailing are available on the registration page.

Yes! Please have the first and last name of the participant plus their bib number. The folks at bib pickup will then assist you in getting their bib. YOU MUST HAVE A COPY OF THEIR ID.  Bib numbers will be assigned approximately two to four weeks prior to the race.

Strollers and push chairs for children will NOT be permitted on the 10K course. All participants must be at least 10 years old as of Race Day in order to be on the course.

No. Costumes are not permitted.

No. The 2018 Virtual Run will open after the 2018 Race takes place.

No, we do not allow athletes to give or transfer their bib to another athlete to race.

The minimum age requirement to participate in the Across the Bay 10k is 10 years old.