It is with saddened hearts that we bring this news to you. With the current pandemic going on and current city mandates in place, we have decided to cancel this year’s race.
We originally planned on holding this event as a Virtual Race as an alternative but don’t feel that we are providing you the type of high quality event that you have been accustomed to being held by our club. We also don’t feel that our sponsors would be getting the appropriate recognition for their most gracious donations to support the Floppin’ Flounder and want to ensure they compensated for their support.
We appreciate you so much for having faith in our event by continuing to register for the event not knowing how the race would be held. Unless you state otherwise, we will automatically transfer your registration to our 2021 Floppin’ Flounder 5K. You may reach out to us if you would rather transfer to one of our other upcoming 5K events this year including the Charleston James Island Connector 5K in October or the Bohicket 5K in November or the Charlie Post Classic 5K in January. We recommend transferring your event instead of requesting a refund. If you would like a refund instead, we can refund your registration fee with the exception of any processing fees that you were charged.
President, Charleston Running Club
VP of Races, Charleston Running Club
Site of the 2020 RRCA South Carolina State 5K Championship!
The 28th Annual Floppin’ Flounder 5K
The Floppin’ Flounder 5K is the summer running event of the Charleston Running Club. Now in its 28th year, this road race raises funds for the Sullivan’s Island Fire & Rescue Department and the Charleston Running Club.
This USATF Certified course will challenge you with South Carolina summer weather and humidity that can test the best of runners.
1st Michael Banks 15:00.4 Course Record
2nd Chris bailey 16:19.9
3rd Clay Askew 16:48.5
1ST Shannon Bain 17:51.1
2nd Mary Legare Whaley 19:09.6
3rd Alison Chapman 20:37.3
Jason Alman (40) 17:14.6
Kerry Robinson (59) 21:24
GRAND MASTERS WINNERS
Brian Fancher (50) 17:21.1
Lisa Deaton (54) 22:50.4
GREAT GRAND MASTERS WINNERS
Tony Glaser (64) 19:54
Lori Pope (62) 25:52.4
About the cause
Sullivans Island Fire & Rescue Department
The Sullivan’s Island Fire Department holds the responsibility of providing fire protection and emergency first responder services to residents and visitors alike. They provide emergency first response to all areas of Sullivan’s Island and fire protection for the Fort Sumter National Park and associated structures.
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