Hot Chocolate 15K/5K Columbus
The Hot Chocolate 15k/5k series is a national series of chocolate themed races that happen in major cities across the United States. These are big city races with courses to match.
Established in 2008, the inaugural Hot Chocolate 15k/5k ran through the streets of Chicago, Illinois. Since its inception, over 200,000 participants have run for chocolate, making it the fastest growing race series in the nation.
Each Hot Chocolate 15k/5k race features both a 15k (9.3miles) and 5k (3.1miles). Participants receive an award winning goodie bag, which they collect at the expo along with their race packet. The chocolate really begins to flow at the post race party where runners enjoy music, and a finishers mugs filled with hot chocolate, chocolate fondue and tasty dippable treats!
Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following Hot Chocolate 15k/5k events.
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