B-rrry Scurry

B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run
Saturday, February 3, 2024

Clinton Community College's (CCC) B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run has been a beloved tradition in the Clinton community for more than four decades. Each year, hundreds of runners flock to the college to participate in our 'flat and fast' road race. It has earned a reputation of being one of the "best little races in the Midwest."

Register for 2024 B-rrry Scurry

Proceeds from the race benefit CCC students through Paul B. Sharar Foundation B-rrry Scurry scholarships. Every stride you take fuels their future. Since 1981, we've awarded over $115,000 in scholarships, empowering students to pursue their dreams and reach new heights.

  Mark your calendars

  • 43rd Annual Clinton Community College B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run is Saturday, February 3, 2024 starting 12 p.m. at Clinton Community College.
  • The BATTY Special rate of just $25 plus tax (no fees) is available all day on October 31. The rate increases to $35, plus tax and fees on November 1.

Frequently Asked Questions


There are two registration options for the B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run:

  1. Online Registration: register.chronotrack.com/r/76662.

  2. In-Person Registration: Visit our CCC Main Campus, located at 1000 Lincoln Blvd. in Clinton, Iowa. Simply drop by our front desk to pick up a registration form and complete the process in person.

When you register for the B-rrry Scurry, you can look forward to a range of goodies included with your registration fee. This includes an official, long-sleeve TECH shirt, your name and race results listed in our local newspaper, door prizes, and free refreshments. 

The B-rrry Scurry is known for embracing the unique winter weather conditions of Iowa. Over the years, we've experienced a wide range of temperatures on race day, from lows of 35 degrees below zero to highs of 60 degrees above zero.

While we strive to ensure the safety and comfort of all participants, the race will generally proceed as scheduled, even in the event of inclement weather. In extreme circumstances, such as dangerous conditions or severe storms, the race organizers may need to make adjustments or cancellations for the safety of participants.

In colder temperatures, we highly recommend dressing in layers to keep warm during the race. Your safety and enjoyment are our top priorities, and we appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we navigate the winter elements together.

Yes, the B-rrry Scurry race offers age divisions to provide fair competition and recognition for participants of different age groups. We celebrate the accomplishments of runners in 15 age categories, both for men and women, including a special division for participants aged 80 and above.

In each age division, participants have the opportunity to receive a special medallion featuring the image of our beloved race mascot, B-rrry Bear. These medallions are awarded to individuals who excel within their respective age groups.

For participants seeking an extra challenge, we offer the Mississippi River Challenge. By completing three races in Clinton — the CCC B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run (Feb.), the Pam Pray Memorial 4-Mile Run (April), and one of the three Clinton Half Marathon Races (Sept.) — participants will earn the prestigious Mississippi River Challenge medal. This commemorative medal serves as a symbol of dedication and achievement. Participation in the Mississippi River Challenge is free; however, only runners and walkers who successfully complete all three races will receive this exclusive medal.

The B-rrry Scurry race volunteers number more than 100. These dedicated folks are so appreciated for their commitment to the B-rrry Scurry, CCC, and the community. 

Anyone interested in volunteering for the B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run is encouraged to contact CCC's Main Campus at 563-244-7001. 

Race Results

2023 Winners

  • Women's Race: Brooke Sweeney-Adrian of Bettendorf, Iowa (27:39)
  • Men's Race: Devin Allbaugh of Bettendorf, Iowa (19:18, new course record)
  • Large Group B-rrry Challenge: EICC, Scott Community College Urban Campus
  • Small Group B-rrry Challenge: Riverfront Running Gang 
Ann Eisenman

Ann Eisenman, Executive Director Sharar Foundation