Coda Run 2017
5K Fun Run & 10K Timed Race
Saturday, April 1, 2017 @ 8am

The Brazos Valley Chorale is happy to announce the second annual Coda Run to be held at Tiffany Park in Bryan, Texas on Saturday, April 1, 2017!  This event consists of two races, a 5K and a 10K. The course begins near the entrance to Tiffany Park on Copperfield Drive, continuing through the park and along Boonville Road and Pendleton Drive, then back to the start line on Copperfield Drive. There will be upwards of 50 volunteers and numerous spectators at this event. All Sports Timing will provide course management, start/finish line markers and race timing.

Restrooms will be available in and around the small pavilion at Tiffany Park. Water and refreshments will be free to runners and walkers!

The 10K race begins at 8am, with the 5K beginning shortly (15-20 minutes) thereafter. Bryan Police Department and N-Line will provide traffic control.


Online registration is available through The Driven Race and Club Solutions

  • 5K Fun Run (ages 13 & higher):  $20 until Feb 15; then $30
  • 10K Timed Race (ages 13 & higher): $40 until Feb 15; then $50
  • Children, Ages 6-12:  $10
  • Children, Ages Under 6: FREE! (t-shirts not guaranteed)

(Note:  T-shirts are guaranteed for pick up only for those who registered prior to March 18. We will do what we can to have t-shirts for later registrants in time for pick up at the race.) 

Packet Pick Up

  • Friday, March 31, 2017, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm, Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Dr., Bryan, TX
  • Saturday, April 1, 2017, 6:00-7:30 a.m., Tiffany Park, 3890 Copperfield Drive, Bryan

Race Day Registration

Saturday, April 1, 2017, 6:00-7:30 a.m., Tiffany Park, 3890 Copperfield Drive, Bryan, TX


Race will run, rain or shine.  In case of extreme weather, race will be delayed until the course is deemed safe.  No refunds. For safety and insurance purposes, no dogs on course, please.  Strollers welcome.

*In music, “dc al Coda” denotes a particular section of music to be reviewed and repeated; hence, our race (on its out-and-back course) is called the Coda Run.

Questions? Contact Jesse Latimer at