Sunday, Jun 27, 2021 @ 8:00 AM
This Event Took Place Sun. Jun 27, 2021

Race Information

Welcome to the registration page for the first annual Taskinas Creek Marathon in York River State Park, Williamsburg, VA. Registration is limited to 100 registrants. The course will include single track trails, fire road type trails and a short road portion. Time limit for the race is 8 hours. For more information and maps of York River State park visit:

More you should know!

If you register for this event, you are registering for a MOSTLY trail surface marathon. You are registering for a SMALL, LOW KEY marathon. You are registering for a HOT WEATHER marathon, although much of the course will be shaded. You are registering for an AWESOME marathon! Your registration fee includes parking, full color shirt, nice finisher medal, aid station support and finish line refreshments. The course will be well marked and the aid stations will have marathon fueling foods, water and Heed. Please out the Happy Cat Events Facebook page for more info and course photos!

Access to Aid Stations will be located at the following mile markers: 3.1, 6.8, 9.7, 11.2, 14.5, 15.5, 18.7, 21.5, 24
Aid will include water, Heed, various salty and sweet snack foods, orange slices, uncrustables (individual PBJs) and Hammer Gels. Aid Station at mile 24 will have water only (and several pet greyhounds to enjoy).

We are happy to have Hammer Nutrition as a sponsor! We will feature their products in the packets and Aid Stations. We are also thrilled to have the volunteer help from The North Face Outlet in Williamsburg, the Fitness Academy at the WISC, the Run Junkies, the Colonial Revolution Youth Mtb team plus many other friends and runners in the community.

Thanks to Hammer Nutrition we are a cupless race! Reusable, foldable cups will be in your race packets. Please use these and/or you own personal hydration bottles and packs throughout and after the race.

Course Info

Strava incorrectly measured the course over 33 miles. I have wheel measured the course to be a marathon distance! The trail is a mixture of surfaces, over half single track mountain bike trail. About 1.2 miles of pavement and the remainder dirt fire-type road. The total elevation is about 1,900 feet. Rolling terrain and some nice flat single track too. The course features many scenic views throughout!


All finishers will receive a beautiful finishers medal. Other awards will be in the following categories:
Top 3 Male and Female Overall
Top 3 Male and Female Masters (over 40)
Top 3 Male and Female Grandmasters (over 50)

Special prizes will be given in the following categories:
Oldest Finisher
Middle of the pack
First JCC resident Male and Female

Local time: 5:17 AM


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