Thank you to all the runners, walkers, donors, sponsors and fundraisers who helped make this year's CDR Superhero 5K a success

Race results for the CDR Superhero 5K, held on August 8, 2015 are below. 

The 5K Run by Age Group -- Click Here  
The 5K Walk, All Finishers -- Click Here  
The 5K Run, All Finishers -- Click Here


Saturday, August 8, 2015

Location: The Vineyards of Williamsburg Clubhouse, 2659 Jockeys Neck Trail, Williamsburg, VA

This scenic 5K through The Vineyards of Williamsburg boasts 800-plus attendees, including 5K walkers and runners of all ages, fun runners, volunteers, and enthusiastic families and has become one of the most important races around. Download a map of the race course.

7:00 AM -- Packet pickup. Race day fun and games for children.
8:00 AM --  One Mile Fun Run/Walk -- children receive medals!
8:30 AM -- 5K Run and Walk
Post Race -- Raffle, Food, Ben & Jerry's ice cream!
9:45 AM -- Awards 

Registration: Fee includes T-shirt, snack, ice cream, children's activities, and chip timing.  (No refunds for registration)

Contact Information: CDR main phone 757-566-3300. Email Race Day: cell phone number and critical updates will be posted here, on CDR’s website and on the CDR Facebook page.

Race Packet Pickup: Race packets may be picked up prior to race day at Child Development Resources, 150 Point O'Woods Road, Williamsburg, VA  23188 on the following days: Thursday, August 6th and Friday, August 7th from 9 AM to 4 PM.


Why We Run -- Meet Team Adam


Why do hundreds of runners, walkers, volunteers, and friends of CDR gather together every year in the heat of August to run a 5K? The CDR Superhero 5K helps to fund the programs that many families in the Historic Triangle couldn't imagine going without.

The Marcerons are one such family. When Adam Marceron was born with special needs and developmental challenges his parents, Katie and Aaron, turned to CDR for help and support.

 "CDR has become an extension of our family," said Katie Marceron. "When you have a child with special needs, you don't always know what to do. But we had a local organization that helped us, offered support, services, therapy, and a shoulder to lean on."

The Marceron family decided to form a team for the 5K.  It didn't take long for  family members and friends from across the country to jump in to donate and support Team Adam.

 "We put information out on Facebook and through email asking for support," said Katie. "And we got it!"

 Team Adam quickly became one of CDR’s top fundraising teams and Adam, and his family and friends, are also enthusiastic participants in the race! Go Team Adam!