Coronavirus - Race Options and Best Practices

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What is a virtual race?

Virtual races are event (runs/walks) that can be completed by participants anywhere over a range of time.

Why offer a virtual race option?

  • Allows runners to participate in your race when they cannot physically run together
  • Offers a sense of accomplishment similar to the experience of participating in a real event
  • Makes treadmill participation an option
  • Limits waste of previously ordered medals, bibs and other swag

 

Get caught up on Virtual Race Options:

Depending on your level of experience and confidence with Virtual Races, you can pick where you want to start with virtual content. There are different routes you can take with your transition to a virtual option. The simple version will get you up and running the fastest; the more advanced version allows for easy text and email results reporting.

  1. Totally new to Virtual Races? Start with the instructions for a Simple Virtual Race
  2. Want to dive in deeper? Move onto the Advanced Virtual Race and watch the webinar on Transitioning to a Virtual Race
  3. Interested in more about Virtual Results? This webinar is all about results, and this one gives an update on some new ways to submit results
  4. Ready to take the Virtual RaceDay Experience Further? Check out this webinar on RaceJoy for Virtual Races
  5. Hoping to set your Virtual Race apart? If you have a little more time, a virtual race can be a sought-after event, not just a consolation. Check out this guide and to create an exciting virtual race - and effectively promote it to your existing participants and new runners!

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