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View/Sign the Race Waiver

How to view and/or sign the race waiver after registration.

VIEW/SIGN THE RACE WAIVER

If the race has this feature enabled, then you can find it by following these steps:

  1. Sign In to RunSignUp
  2. Go to your Profile
  3. Click My Registered Races
  4. Click Manage next to the registration that you would like to sign the waiver for
  5. Click the Sign Waiver menu item
  6. Read the waiver agreement, enter any requested information and click Sign Waiver

Why do I not see this option? +

This Race does not have this feature enabled for Participants.
Please contact the race directly with any further questions by using the "Contact This Race" link at the bottom of the Registration Management page.
This Race does not currently allow Participants to edit this portion of their Registration
Please contact the race directly with any further questions by using the "Contact This Race" link at the bottom of the Registration Management page.

Why is my registration not showing in my profile? +


Don't worry! Most of the time you are registered, but your registration is just associated with a different account.
Your registration is associated with a sub-account of another user
Someone registered you for a race using their account, so you were created as a sub-account. See here to learn how to transfer the registration to your existing account.
Your registration was imported
A lot of races will process entries manually. You just need to claim your uploaded account as described here
You used a different email address to register
You can merge accounts with different email addresses by following the guide here
You did not complete your registration
First look to see if you are registered on this race's "Find a Participant" page. If you still do not see yourself and have a charge on your credit card that has posted, please contact info@runsignup.com. If you do not see yourself here, and you also have no charge on your account, then you are not yet registered.
You registered under a typo
If you find your registration on the race's "Find a Participant" page, but you don't see it under your account (and you have claimed ALL possible accounts as explained above), then you may have registered under a typo. Please contact info@runsignup.com.

My Registered Races

At the bottom of your Profile, go to the Runner Links” section, and click on My Registered Races.

My Registered Races

This page will list out any upcoming and past registrations that you have completed using the RunSignUp account that you are currently logged into.

Manage the Registration

Click Manage next to the registration that you would like to manage

Manage Registrations

Click on the tab to “Sign Waiver”, and you can then scroll through, and read the waiver.

Sign the Waiver

Sign Waiver

If it is not already signed, then you can do so here, by filling out the necessary information and then clicking “Sign Waiver”.

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