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Board Elections are around the corner (December)!!!
All Positions are available however, the positions for
VP Inventory Control, VP Membership, 
& Volunteer Coordinator (a potential new board position) need candidates!
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Welcome to the Charleston Running Club!


The Charleston Running Club, created by runners for runners, exists for the purpose of the promotion, encouragement, organization and education of running and running activities for sport, recreation, competition and health in the local community.
Since 1977 the Charleston Running Club has been promoting running in the local running community. Early on we were instrumental in starting two of the area's largest races, the Cooper River Bridge Run and the Kiawah Marathon. While we don't direct either of these races anymore, we are represented on the board of the Bridge Run and we host the Charlie Post Classic 15K/5K in January along with the Floppin’ Flounder 5K in June.
With 650+ members, we welcome all running abilities. Our diverse group includes first time runners along with some of South Carolina’s elite runners.  We all come together monthly to share our running stories, find new running partners, listen to a guest speaker or go for a group run.  
In addition to the social benefits, our members receive discounts on races, free training clinics, a great breakfast after the Cooper River Bridge Run and discounts from local retailers.
Charleston, South Carolina is the home of some of the most magnificent running routes in the country. Whether you are a lifelong resident or a short term visitor, we want you to explore the Lowcountry by running through our historic city streets, along our scenic beaches or across the Cooper River Bridge.
Please peruse the information we have gathered for you on the links to your left.  If you have any questions or comments, please contact us anytime.
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2017 Sponsors

Thank You to our sponsors who helped us throughout this year!

2018 Charlie Post Classic 15K/5K
Saturday January 27th 8:30AM
Middle Street and Station 15 Sullivans Island, SC 29482



The Charlie Post Classic 15K and 5k is the signature running event of the Charleston Running Club. Now in its 34th year, this race honors the memory of Dr. Charlie Post, a well-known Charleston runner, triathlete and family physician who volunteered his time and medical talents to the running community.

Dr. Post had been a very active member of the Charleston Running Club, served as the head of the College of Charleston’s student health services, and also was the school’s team physician for varsity sports.

As a memorial, the Charleston Running Club funds an annual scholarship in his memory through the athletic department of the College of Charleston

Age group and award breakdown:
Top 3 overall male and female
First Master (40 years and older) male and female
First Grandmaster (50 years and older) male and female
First Great Grandmaster (60 years and older) male and female
Top 3 in the following age groups(14 and under,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. )

CASH AWARDS given to the top 3 Male and Female Overall Finishers in both the 15K and 5K

Register Charlie Post Classic 15K/5K

Holiday Party/Club Meeting
December 16 2017
7:00PM- 10:00PM

159 East Bay Street Charleston SC 29401

RSVP CRC Holiday Party And Board Elections - 12/16/2017

Join us to celebrate the Holiday Season and ELECT our 2018 CRC Board Members!! ALSO there is an Amendment to the CRC By Laws that we will be voting on!

ALL Board Member Positions are available for election!!

However the following people are running for these positions:
Club President : Ray Hauck
VP Programs: Kevin Keenan
VP Equipment: 
VP Races: Dawn Kahley
VP Communication: Chad Plasters
Secretary: Nancy Curry
Treasurer: Pat Welch

The amendment we will vote on is as follows:

In accordance with ‘Article XV – Amendment’ of our existing by-laws –
The membership may amend the Constitution and Bylaws at any Membership Meeting
by an affirmative two-thirds majority of those present and voting.
Notice of all Bylaw
amendments shall be published in the Newsletter and posted on the official website of
the Club.

Below is a proposed revision for the Charleston Running Club By-Laws.



The Coordinator of Volunteers shall lead the Club’s efforts in developing a corps of volunteers for the various races, programs, events, meetings, and other activities that the Club offers.   The Coordinator will keep records of volunteers, and will work with the Membership Chairperson to keep track of those active members who have volunteered in each calendar year.  The Coordinator may organize and chair a committee to assist in the development and management of volunteers.  This committee’s purview will be to solicit volunteers from the club membership and from non-members, to hold volunteer training, and to work with the Vice President of Programs to organize recognition of the volunteers on a yearly basis.  The Coordinator may also conduct these activities independently of a committee structure.


December Travelin' Group Run
Tuesday November 12th 2017

Join us this month as we Conquer the Cooper River Bridge. You can Run 3, 4 or 6 miles!!

We will start at Bay Street Biergarten (549 East Bay Street) for an out and back Run then Apps on CRC!

2017 Charleston Running Club Grand Prix

The Grand Prix Race Series is a friendly competition among CRC members. It also promotes participation in local area races with in the tri-county area.

Grand Prix Race Qualifier:

Located in Tri-County Area and listed on the 2017 CRC Race Calendar as a Grand Prix race.

5-year age groups results

USATF Certified Course

Series Rules

1. Any active CRC member who participates in a Grand Prix race is eligible and will be scored. Pay the one-time registration fee of $15 to the Charleston Running Club. Pay your race registration, run and you are included.

2. Your best (10) race finishes will determine your final score. You can run fewer races and still accumulate enough points to place. However, you must run at least (10) races to be eligible for a season award.

3. Your age as of the first 2017 Grand Prix race will determine your age group for the year. Age group breakdowns for males and females are: 14 and under,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, 80-84, 85-89, 90 and over.

4. To be scored, you have to be an active (paid) member the day before a race.

5. After each Race you email your time and placement to Dani Girard- Grand Prix Coordinator

Results will be posted on the CRC website as promptly as possible.

Questions –email Dani Girard- Grand Prix Coordinator

Click Here for Details, to Register and Check Scoring!