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Trademark & Copyright Infringement

Trademark and copyright infringement is the unauthorized use of a trademark, service mark or protected works on competing or related goods and services. As a race director, timer or event organizer please be aware that when you list a race on RunSignUp you need to be sure that the names, logos, images and other content you use to describe your event do not violate the intellectual property rights of another party.

RunSignUp takes intellectual property rights seriously. If you are an intellectual property rights owner or their agent and think that an event listed on our site is using content that violates your intellectual property rights please send an email to info@runsignup.com with "Intellectual Property Rights Infringement" in the subject line and identifying the event that you think is infringing. We will work with you to remove any infringing content from our site as soon as possible.

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From Our Blog:
Feb 13th, 2018
Feeling Obnoxious

This is Bob. I am at the Running USA conference (which has been awesome!). However, I am feeling like some people may view me as being a little obnoxious. The reason is I have been very vocal about the potential problems our industry is facing relative to races failing and the safety and longevity of... Continue Reading →

Feb 13th, 2018
Preventing Changes in Participant Management

One of the great features of RunSignUp is the ability to let participants make their own changes. However, some races want to prevent editing of certain fields – in particular people changing their names to do improper bib transfers. We now have the ability to set which fields are editable in a registration: This option... Continue Reading →

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- Josh Spiker, Vendurance