_ The 2022 Cupcake Road Race 15k/5k:
Run, walk, or stroll the 10th Annual Cupcake Road Race 15k/5k on SUNDAY, May 15, 2022!!
We are racing in-person or you have the option to participate virtually.
Race Start Times-
15K - 7:30 am
5K - 8:00 am
Virtual - whenever, wherever
Runners and walkers have the option to participate IN-PERSON or VIRTUALLY. Race packets for virtual participants will be mailed out by USPS. In-person race packet pick up will be offered on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at Totally Running and Walking, 405 Peachtree Pkwy, Ste 105, Cumming, GA 30041 from 10-6 and at Totally Running and Walking on Race Day starting at 6:30 am.
Race Location - 405 Peachtree Pkwy, Cumming, GA 30041
Parking on Race Day -
The Cupcake Road Race course utilizes a portion of the Brannon Crossing parking lot. For runner safety we ask that you park across the street at The Collection of Forsyth. If you park in Brannon Crossing you may get stuck until the race is over. Races start on time so be sure to allow plenty of time to park, pick up your packets, and get to the start line!!
Overall male/female 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
Overall Masters male/female 1st, 2nd, 3rd place
Age Group Awards
Male/female 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place 10 and under - 75+ in five year increments
In- Person Race Registration Includes:
Virtual Race Includes:
This year, the race proceeds and donations will benefit the Federation of Fire Chaplains, an organization that supports and ministers to public safety officials of all races and creeds. This organization was founded in 1978 and is a non-profit, professional organization whose mission is to unite chaplains interested in providing professional chaplaincies to public safety organizations. This is accomplished by the sharing of ideas and concerns with each other that will ultimately benefit our noble public safety officials. They serve those who serve the public as firefighters/EMTs and police officers. And for the first time in 21 years, the FFC annual conference will be held in Atlanta. With the rise in the need for EMS, Fire, and Police services, there are many that have become over encumbered with stressors. This has caused many individuals to leave their respective professions. Even more alarming is the fact that public safety officials are 5 times more likely to take their own lives. This year’s race is holding a two-pronged approach; for runners/walkers of all types to come together and compete, and to raise awareness of the alarming facts presented in the previous sentences. For more information on about the FFC, please visit https://ffc.wildapricot.org.