About Skyway 10k
REACH NEW HEIGHTS
The iconic Sunshine Skyway Bridge covering three Florida counties serves as a breathtaking 6.2-mile setting for an incredible race experience for runners and walkers alike.
why we run
Behind the race is a reason. From its inception, the Skyway 10K has raised more than $2.6 million for the Armed Forces Families Foundation, contributing 100% of its profits to the mission of funding infrastructure projects that support military families throughout the nation. To date, the AFFF overall has contributed more than $4.2 million into infrastructure projects for communities across the United States.
The views are unforgettable, the racers are eager, and the atmosphere is one you don’t want to miss.Learn More
Live music, vendors, food and drink, and more for the whole family all weekend long.Learn More
Want to participate in another way?
Support the Skyway 10K runners from the Tropicana Field parking lot, where you can watch the racers on our livestream video and greet them when they return after the race.Learn More
This race needs volunteers like you to ensure a fun and safe experience all weekend long.See How You Can Help
When you sponsor the Skyway 10K, you have a hand in helping us support infrastructure projects for military families across the nation.Learn More
MORE ABOUT THE BOB GRAHAM SUNSHINE SKYWAY BRIDGE
Amassing 18 awards since its opening in 1987, the Sunshine Skyway was the longest segmental cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere when it opened. As a cable-stayed bridge with single pylons and single planes of stays, the Skyway was also the first of its kind in the United States.Built with immense strength to withstand ship collisions and hurricane-force winds, the Skyway’s 1,200-foot-long main span is made of precast, 95-foot-wide and 220-ton concrete segments, both record-breaking sizes at the time of construction.
Bob Graham Sunshine Skyway Bridge Fun Facts
The elevation of the PGL (Profile Grade Line) for the flat trestle spans is 26 feet above mean sea level.
The top of the barrier wall at the center of the main span is 200 feet above mean sea level.
The slope of either side of the main span of the bridge is a 4% grade.
The distance between the two towers is 1,200 feet.