How long is the Santa Cruz Wharf to Wharf Race?

How long is the Santa Cruz Wharf to Wharf Race?

6 mile
WHARF TO WHARF RACE: Our iconic footrace is back, live, and in-person. The signature 6 mile event from the Santa Cruz Wharf to the Capitola Wharf on Sunday, July 24, 2022 marks the 50th annual running of the best little road race in California.

How much is the Wharf to Wharf?

COMBO REGISTRATION IS SOLD OUT Opens on Tuesday, March 29th at 10:00am PST. Participants who would like to register for both the Wharf to Wharf Race ($50) and Little Wharf 3-Miler ($36) or Virtual Little Wharf will be able to register.

What’s a 10K in miles?

6.2 miles
What Is the Average 10K Time? A 10K race, which is 6.2 miles, is ideal for experienced runners who are looking for more of a challenge. It’s the second most popular race after the half-marathon and requires a fitness level that balances strength, energy, and endurance.

Should I run the day after a race?

Walk or Run In the days after your race, you want to keep moving – but not at the same intensity as before/during your race. Depending on your level of fitness, how sore you are, and how many races you have done this can vary but we are thinking an easy, conversational pace run.

What is a good time for 5K by age?

In 2018 alone, 2.9 million people participated in 5k races. Based on all of that data, we have a pretty good idea of what a good 5k time is….Average Intermediate 5k Times: Male.

Age Group: Male Average Intermediate 5k Time
20-30 22:31
30-40 23:01
40-50 24:39
50-60 26:42

What is a good 10k time by age?

Below are the averages reported by RunRepeat in 2019 that you can use as signposts to determine roughly where you should be when starting out and what times you can strive to meet (2)….Average finish times by age.

Age Men Women
16–19 46:36 1:00:21
20–24 51:40 59:50
25–29 53:31 1:02:25
30–34 54:21 1:02:31

Can you jog 10k without training?

You will need to be careful to not get injured, given no previous training. Your muscles and ligaments will be pushed to their limits very early on in the run, especially if you go out too fast.

What happens to your body after a race?

During a race, the body goes into overdrive, uses up energy stores, breaks down muscle, and loses fluid and electrolytes. And afterward, the body needs to recover from that damage.

How long does it take to recover from a 10 mile run?

After shorter races (up to 10K): You can do your next hard run within as few as three days, if you’re a high-mileage runner. Otherwise, wait about five days. After a 10-miler or half-marathon: Fitter runners can go long or fast again after four or five days. More casual runners should wait at least a full week.