Start and finish in Salt River Fields at Talking Stick amongst Scottsdale’s biggest chocolate aficionados. This year, train, race, and celebrate with us all the way to the finish line. We’re with you through the season. The Hot Chocolate Experience starts from the minute you register. Keep an eye out for messages that will help enrich your race experience, including customizable fundraising pages and training programs tailored to your running goals. While marshmallow sweet stations are dotted along course routes and a Finisher Mug encourages the consumption of decadent fondue, don’t write the Hot Chocolate Series off as a race that’s all about the glitz. All Hot Chocolate 15k/5k events include features that cater to the seasoned runner.

Races

5k
December 13, 2020 (Sunday)
Cut off: 03:30 hours
Running
5 kilometers
Road Solo Charity/Fund raising
Anywhere Virtual Race
15k
December 13, 2020 (Sunday)
Cut off: 02:45 hours
Running
15 kilometers
Road Solo Charity/Fund raising
Anywhere Virtual Race

Weather

Dec 13 2020 : Clear throughout the day.
7.9°C - 19.4°C (46.1°F - 66.9°F)

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The information about this race is based on information provided by the organisers or found on the official website of the event. Always check the official website for up-to-date information. If you have noticed any mistake, let us know at [email protected]
Last checked on 2020-12-01

News

News Results

Results 2018: Hot Chocolate 15k/5k Scottsdale

15k Mizael Carrera got a win, finishing with a time of 00:46:31, followed by Erik Chazin who finished with a time of 00:51:42. Trent Taylor got the third place in 00:55:13. For the women, it was Brianna Troksa (00:58:11) taking the top spot, ahead of Stephanie Mundt (00:58:49). Megan Kupres got the third place in 01:01:24. Top 5 Men 1 Mizael
Hot Chocolate 15k/5k Phoenix
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 04 Dec 2018 04:03
Hot Chocolate 15k/5k Phoenix website
News Results

Results 2017: Hot Chocolate 15k/5k Scottsdale

Hot Chocolate 15k Mizael Carrera outpaced more then 3336 runners to win in 00:45:48. He bested Cj Albertson who crossed the finish line 42 seconds behind him. Garrett Kenyon (00:48:33) made notched third place. For the women, Chelsey Totten won the race with a time of 00:54:48 , followed by Paula Morrison who finished with a time of 00:57:31. The third
Hot Chocolate 15k/5k Phoenix
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 04 Dec 2017 20:27