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What better way to celebrate the start of summer than with a great evening run across the iconic Crescent City Connection! At four miles and rising to a height of more than three-hundred feet over the river, the Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent Connection Bridge Run gives participants a breathtaking view of the city's skyline at sunset.
Join us to run or walk the most unique course in the South. Participants start on New Orleans' "West Bank" and cross the Mississippi River via the Crescent City Connection Bridge. Ending along the river in the Warehouse District on the "East Bank", the Bridge Run is a favorite among both serious runners, young professionals, and partiers alike! Experience the skyline and enjoy an evening at a post-race party only the folks from the Crescent City Classic can throw!
Same Epic Venue, Brand New Course
Were bringing the mud back to Mardi Gras. Less than a half hour from the French Quarter at New Orleans Motorsports Park youll find the biggest, baddest, boldest weekend of your 2019. Tough Mudder New Orleans is going to be an all go, no stop, wild weekend run around the track, through the Louisiana mud, and back to Bourbon Street for a celebration like The Big Easys never seen.
10 Miles, 20 Obstacles
This is probably the toughest event on the planet. Tough Mudder New Orleans is 10 miles jam packed full of 20 epic obstacles specifically designed by our crew of expert engineers to require intense teamwork, get you out of your comfort zone, and test your limits. Make no mistake, this is not a race. Theres no clock, no official times, no podium - just you and your crew forging a bond in the mud that will last a lifetime out of it. Tough Mudder shows you what it means to conquer any task, find your mental edge, and be truly Tougher Together.
the Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic 10k road race is held in New Orleans on the Saturday before Easter Sunday each year. The Classic is locally produced by a not-for-profit 5013c entity, the Crescent City Fitness Foundation, and is a great way to get in shape while having fun! Both runners and walkers of all abilities are invited to participate in the race.
The Classic is both physically challenging and a great New Orleans tradition! The 10-kilometer course (6.2 miles) begins in Downtown New Orleans in front of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, runs participants through the French Quarter, and then all the way up beautiful Esplanade Avenue to New Orleans City Park.
During Easter weekend, the events surrounding the Crescent City Classic promise a jam-packed weekend. We host a two-day Health & Fitness Expo, which is free and open to the public, as well as throw one of the best post-race parties in road racing hosted by Michelob Ultra, and complete with live music and local creole cuisine!
Run down Metairie Road before the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, and don't miss your ONLY chance to qualify for the 2018 Crescent City Classic 10k at the 2-mile distance.
The race begins at 10:00 am outside Gennaro's bar on Metairie Rd. at N. Causeway. The 2-mile course will proceed down the parade route on Metairie Rd. finishing at Frisco, just before the train tracks and Winston's Pub & Patio, where the post-race party will take place!