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This is our last DreamCatcher. We hope you'll come and run with us and help celebrate six amazing years!
All runners will receive a gender-specific t-shirt. However, anyone registered AFTER February 1, 2019 will not be guaranteed a shirt. *** Please note that the women's cut t-shirt runs small ***
Online registration closes 28 February 2019 at 8:00 pm (mountain). If space is available, packet pick up and race day registration will be available.
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DreamCatcher Half Marathon is USATF Certified! USATF Certificate #CO15018DCR!
Your registration includes full course support, chip timing, aid stations with water, Skratch Labs, Honey Stingers (for the Half Marathon), participant shirt in men and women's cut, unique finisher's medal, finish line snacks and hydration, and a post-race celebration meal.
Guaranteed T-Shirt size is only available for registrations received BY February 1, 2019.
The DreamCatcher 10k will start at 8:30 am.
The DreamCatcher Half Marathon utilizes a reverse-wave start system where the longer expected finishers start before the quicker finishers. You will be asked to select your start time when you register. In order to ensure accurate timing, we ask that you stick with your designated race start time.
Half Marathon Start Times:
The Half Marathon has a time limit of 5 hours and the 10k has a time limit of 3.5 hours.
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Photo Credit: Jeff Stoddart Photography