This 10K run is across one of our country’s most beautiful man-made landmarks, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The original span opened in 1952 and, at the time, with a length of 4.3 miles (6.9 km), it was the world’s longest continuous over-water steel structure.

November 03, 2019 Cancelled
Sandy Point State Park
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Across the Bay 10K
November 03, 2019 (Sunday)
Running
10 kilometers
Solo Bridge Road Timed

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Nov 03 2019 : Clear throughout the day.
3.2°C - 11.6°C (37.7°F - 53.0°F)

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Run the Chesapeake Bay Bridge 2014
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Results 2018: Across the Bay 10K

Eric Reitinger got a win, finishing with a time of 00:32:54. He finished 10 secondes ahead of Alex Thorpe. Adam Sachs (00:35:36) made notched third place. In the ladies race, Andrea Kruszka won the race with a time of 00:38:38 , followed by Jody Berinato who finished with a time of 00:40:48. Rounding out the top three was Anna LaVigne with
Across the Bay 10K
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 06 Nov 2018 17:46
Run the Chesapeake Bay Bridge 2014
News Results

Results 2016: Across the Bay 10K

Jordan Tropf grinded past more than 20892 runners to win in 00:31:01. Coming in second was William Jones (00:31:32). Finishing third was Zach Kaminski (00:33:01). In the ladies race, Jody Berinato got a win, finishing with a time of 00:38:07 . She finished 34 seconds ahead of Brooke Johnson. Finishing third was Allison Midei (00:39:19). Top 5 Men Top 5 Women
Across the Bay 10K
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 07 Nov 2016 17:07
Press Release

Across the Bay 10k selects fourth official charity partner for inaugural race

STEVENSVILLE, Md. – Chesapeake Bay Bridge Run, LLC today named the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) as an official charity partner of the “Across the Bay 10k – Chesapeake Bay Bridge Run.” CBF, a regional non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of the Chesapeake Bay, is the fourth charity named by race organizers to receive a beneficiary package worth $50,000 from
Across the Bay 10K
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 13 Jan 2014 23:00

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