Dear Crescent City Classic family,
Our team has been working diligently over the past few weeks, exploring every option that we have to make this year’s Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic 10k a successful event. We are excited to announce that we will continue the Classic tradition by transitioning to a virtual race effective at 8:00 pm on March 13th. This unique experience will give our runners the opportunity to run/jog/walk a 10k course of their choice, get their official CCC10k swag, and be a part of something that promotes fun, health, fitness and friendly competition. In efforts to continue our standing tradition, our Top 500 men and Top 500 women will receive their iconic 2020 Crescent City Classic print. If you are already signed up, you will automatically be entered into our virtual race by March 13th at midnight. Please be patient while we continue to plan all logistics surrounding this unique event. We are staying positive and taking our role as a health and fitness leader in our community very seriously.

A Tradition

For 40+ years, it has combined world class competition, amateur participation and great fun for all participants. Starting in 1979 with 902 participants, the Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic has grown to become the preeminent fitness event in Louisiana.

A Celebration

The Classic has been praised in every major running publication as “one of America’s fastest 10k’s”, “the originator of the party race”, “an Easter Weekend tradition that should never be missed” and “a great race, on a beautiful course in America’s most unique city”.

A Non-Profit

All CCC events are produced by the Crescent City Fitness Foundation, a not-for-profit entity whose sole purpose is to promote health, fitness, and a better lifestyle for the people of the New Orleans metropolitan area.

What's New
Check out our 2020 Training Guide!
What's Next
Join us for the Allstate Sugar Bowl St. Patrick’s Day Classic