The inaugural Life Hike will raise funds for Children's Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University and take participants through some of the state's best trails.
Longtime Richmond resident and bike enthusiast Michael Delano talks about his work as a bike advocate and salesman and how he makes cycling a part of his everyday life.
Army Colonel Ed Barrett and his wife Kristin vowed to run the Ukrop's Monument Avenue 10k together for as long as they were physically capable, and he wasn't going to let a deployment to Afghanistan get in the way of that vow.
Recess Coaching program helps area schools create an all-inclusive environment at recess and encourages children to spend their time playing and being physically active.
Sports Backers Stadium is many things to many people - but most of all, it's one of the bright spots in RVA's sports tourism efforts.
YMCA 10k Training Team Head Coach Dan Blankenship knows what you'll encounter at the 10k - and how to best prepare for the big day.
A serious health scare motivated Kevin Nicholson to take up running to lead a healthier lifestyle - and to make sure he didn't miss out on major family milestones.
The Healthy School Challenge, presented by the Virginia 529 College Savings Plan and part of the Ukrop's Monument Avenue 10k, encourages area students to get active and healthy, and Swift Creek Middle School's Chris Calfee is one of its leading advocates.
Black Girls RUN!, a nationwide running group, is bringing its 'Preserve the Sexy' Tour to Richmond for a conference focused on women's health and fitness.
Mechanicsville resident Ute Goldkuhle has made running the Ukrop's Monument Avenue 10k a family affair, with the goal of being a fun, fit, healthy example to her grandchildren.