2013 Coke 10K results are now posted on the results page!
COKE 10k IS AN OVERNIGHT SUCCESS
In only took 32 short years for us to fill the race with 1500 runners. We THANK YOU for your support!!!!
In an attempt to provide the best possible experience for
our runners, Coke 10k has made the decision to cap our race should we get to
1500 runners. We have 1500 bibs, with
chips. We are currently at 1412
registered. When we reach 1500
registered, online and on-premise registration will cease.
We ask for your understanding and support in this
issue. It is very important to us that
the first person registered--even if the slowest runner--has the best possible
experience at Coke 10k. While we may be able
to accommodate more than 1500 in the future, we think that is our limit for
2013. Please remember that registration has been open more than 6 months.
One of the best road races in the South!
Listed in Running Times as
"One of the 100 Great short races."
32nd Annual Coke 10k
May 4, 2013 at 8:30 a.m.
Downtown Corinth, MS
Setting the Gold Standard
Coke 10k will be honoring ordinary runners who have done extraordinary things by recognizing them as Coke 10k Gold Standard Bearers. Be sure to join us at the Post Race festivities to recognize these inspirational people!!!
And the Winners Are:
Jody Ballard - Corinth, MS
Gerald Holbrook - Memphis, TN
Rod Simmons - Byram, MS
See their stories on the Gold Standard tab of our website!
Click here for a race day video and preview of the course.
Guess who's coming to Coke 10k??
Photo courtesy of PalmerTree Productions, Inc and Corinth Area CVB
RRCA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 10K DESIGNATION FOR COKE 10K - 2013
We are extremely pleased to announce that The Corinth Coca-Cola Classic 10k has been designated again this year as the 10k championship for the State of Mississippi by Roadrunners Club of America. RRCA is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to distance running. It has 1000 member clubs and events representing over 200,000 running club members throughout the country. Read more about RRCA at www.rrca.org
Anyone interested in registering to walk the course is highly encouraged to participate. Walkers will receive all the freebies and benefits that runners do — including free merchandise, medallion, food, and a prize drawing. The finish line will remain open for two hours after the start. This equates to a 20 minute per mile pace. Only registered participants with an official race number will be allowed on the course.