St. Patricks Day Shamrock 'n Roll Beach 5k AND Paws 2K

Sat March 13, 2021 New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 US Directions
Events

Shamrock & Roll 5k

$25 8:00AM EST Registration ends March 12, 2021 at 2:01pm EST

St. Patty Paws 2k (with your dog)

$25 7:55AM EST Registration ends March 12, 2021 at 2:01pm EST
Place
101 Buenos Aires Street
New Smyrna Beach, FL US 32169
Description

**NEW Health & Safety Protocols in place. Participants must review all information listed and agree to all terms prior to completing registration. There will be NO Refunds for this race. Race is opening with permit approval for In-Person race options. Flagler Avenue Business Association, The County of Volusia, and all organizing parties have the rights to adjust race as needed for health and safety for all involved. **

St. Patricks Day Shamrock 'n Roll Beach 5K and Paws 2K

When: Saturday, March, 13th 2021 at 8:00am (Run/Walk 5K) and 7:55am (Dog/Owner 2k)

Where:

Flagler Ave Boardwalk – Beach

101 Buenos Aires St

New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169


 
Schedule of Events

7am    Packet Pickup & Day of Registration Opens

7:55am St Patty's Paws 2K walk, Leashed-Dogs and Owners, start north

8am    5K Run/Walk (no animals allowed, south route) Begins

** St. Patty PAWS 2K Walk -- Restrictions - Dogs MUST be Leashed at all times. This activity is restricted to well-behaved dogs only. A vet will be on site, and each pup will get a poop bag. There will be a dog water station, however bringing your own is recommended. This is a fun run/walk (bib required, 2k is not chip timed). Prizes given to best dressed/themed.

 

Course

This is a BEACH run/walk in the sand. Sand may be soft, wet, or hard packed.

The race will Start and Finish on the beach; in front of the Flagler Ave Boardwalk in New Smyrna Beach.


Entry Fees - 5K Run/Walk
Present- March 12th  –       $25.00
 March 13th, at Race Start -  $30.00

Entry Fees for PAWS 2K Run/Walk –   Pre-Registration – until March 12th : $25.00 & March 13th, Day of Event : $30.00

*Online Registration will close Friday, March 12th @ 2pm 

There is no early packet pickup. There WILL be day of registration and packet pickup near race start. $30 Cash or check only.

**Registration is non-refundable.

 

Amenities:

5K & 2K -- Race Specific Shirt (sizes not guaranteed for registrations made after 3/2/21)

2K Only - Costume Prizes

5K & 2K - Finisher Medal

5K Only - Chip-Timed Bib          2K Only - Race Bib

5K & 2K - Water Stop on route (pass twice); Water Refill Station at Start/Finish Line

5K & 2K - Free, Professional Race Photos – Available for free download after the event
 

 
 

 

For More Information about events produced by the Flagler Avenue Business Association, please visit their website at: FlaglerAve.com

Race Timing/ Scoring
The race will be professionally timed and scored.  Disposable, electronic chips will be attached to the bib number.  In order to get the best read possible, you need to wear your bib number unaltered on the front of your shirt pinned at all four corners. Do not have any clothing covering your bib number.

Results will be posted online concluding the event.

 

Rules & Frequently Asked Questions:

Where does the race take place?
This is a Beach Run/Walk in the sand. The race course begins on the beach near the boardwalk at the Flagler Avenue Beach Approach in New Smyrna Beach. 

When is Packet Pickup?
All packets (race bib number, event shirt, and finisher medal) can be picked up on Saturday, March 13th between 7am-8am. Please have your registration number (email confirmation) with you for easy pickup. 

Will there be results posted at the race?
No. After all corrals have finished, results will be posted on this site on the RESULTS tab.

Will there be a Finisher Medal?
YES, there is a finisher medal for this race! Registration includes an finisher medal, event shirt, chip-timed bib, free professional photographs, and a beautiful route along the beach.

Who gets the event T-shirt?
Only pre-registered runners that successfully complete the online registration and payment processes ten weekdays before the race are guaranteed a race t-shirt with registration. Pre-registered runners in the ten days leading to the race are first to receive their shirt and preferred size. The remaining shirts for walk-up registrations are available until they run out. Quantities and sizes are not guaranteed for day-of registrations.

Are dogs/animals allowed to participate in this event?
Dogs are only allowed on the beach when registered for the 2k. No dogs are allowed on the 5k route. 

What do I do with my personal items while I’m running?
There is NO bag drop available, per covid safety protocol. Please plan to carry any items you bring or leave them in your vehicle.

Should I bring my own water?
YES!! Please plan to carry your own water or hydration. While on the beach, we try to limit our waste and pollution that may blow into the ocean. We encourage renewable and sustainable methods of water distribution at events to reduce our litter impact. We will have water bottles available.

How much does it cost?
Early registration is $25 per person. There is an online processing fee of $2.75.

In person registration on March 13, 2021 is $30, cash or check only. (If race has not reached capacity)

Registration fees are non-refundable. We have a strict No Transfer policy.

Will the race be held if it's raining?
The race is a "rain or shine" event. All participants are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather.

Will there be an awards ceremony?
NO, there will not be Age Group Awards or any after party gatherings. Results will be available online.

Where is parking?
The boardwalk parking at Flagler Ave Boardwalk has times and fees posted. If you park in the Flagler Ave Boardwalk parking lot at race start, you will need to pay daily fee or get a pass. However, there is free parking along Flagler Ave. There are a few free parking lots off of Flagler Ave as well. Obey all parking signs for locations for free and day-fee parking rules.

 

 Health and Safety Plan:

Flagler Avenue Business Association – Beach 5K  COVID-19 Safety Procedures and Protocols

New race protocols will be implemented for Flagler Avenue Business Association’s Beach 5k. These will be updated on a regular basis prior to the event to adjust to the guidelines from the CDC and federal, state and local requirements.  The purpose of implementing these new procedures and protocols is to provide safe events that include proper sanitation, safe physical / social distancing and help our participants, community and staff maintain good health and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.  We appreciate your support and adherence to these new procedures and protocols as we all adapt to changing environment.

The information below is subject to change and update.

Current procedures updated on 10/5/2020

HEALTH AND WELLNESS CHECKS AND GENERAL POLICIES

- All participants are required to wear a mask pre and post event.  Each participant will wear a mask until race start, while running a mask is not required.  Carry the mask with them and put it on post-race. 

- Social distancing should always be maintained during the event.  Please stay at least 6 feet away from other participants.

- Staff and volunteers will be required to wear masks during the event.

- Spectators are not allowed at the event, until further notice.   Spectators who must accompany a minor or a runner needing assistance must stay a safe distance from the event activity and are required to wear a mask.

- Public restrooms at Flagler Ave will be available. Lines will be managed to maintain social distance and minimize gathering in proximity. 

- Hand sanitizing stations will be easily accessible and spread throughout the event areas.

- The staff reserves the right to ask anyone to leave the event that is not adhering to these COVID policies.

- Medical staff will be available on site for any health questions or issues.

- Anyone exhibiting symptoms will be quarantined by medical staff and asked to leave the event.

HYDRATION AND REFRESHMENTS

- Participants are encouraged to bring their own water bottle or hydration device. 

- Water will be provided in single serve water bottles distributed by staff or volunteers wearing PPE.

- Post-race will consist of individually bottled waters. Refreshments will be handed out by staff or volunteers wearing PPE with masks and gloves.

- All staff, volunteers, sponsors and vendors will wear masks, and anyone handling water bottles will also wear gloves. 

SIGNAGE

-Advance communication and extensive signage will be used to support safe and proper physical and social distancing.


PHYSICAL DISTANCING / EVENT CAPACITIES 

- Physical distancing will be maximized in runner-only areas, including but not limited to packet pick-up, restroom lines, race start, aid stations, finish and post-race. 6 foot social distancing standards will be followed.

- There will be a limit to participant capacities and prohibit spectators to assure local event size restrictions are not exceeded.  Capacity information is indicated on each event web page and subject to change based on local guidelines.

- Please note that spectators are not allowed at our events until further notice.   Spectators who must accompany a minor or a runner needing assistance must stay a safe distance from the event activity and are required to wear a mask.

- This event will temporarily suspend the bag drop / gear check to minimize the contact and exchange of personal items. This includes on the course as well as at the pre and post-race area.

START LINE

- The Running Elements and Runner’s High Management teams will implement multiple wave starts with chip timing – leaving the start line open for 5 minutes allowing physical distancing along running courses.  Waves may start every 5 minutes or additional time as needed.

- Participants will line up socially distanced by standing on one of the marked start line spots.  Spots may be marked by orange cones or other marking on the ground.

- At the designated start time the lined-up participants will cross the start line and begin their run. The next wave of participants will be allowed to start lining up once all the previous participants have started.


FINISH LINE

- Finish line will be physically separate from the start line to allow for wave starts and encourage social distancing.

- Participants will be required to put their masks back on once they cross the finish line and leave the finish line chute. 

EDUCATION

-Participants will be educated about what to expect and their responsibilities to prepare for a safe event and given the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.

- Participants must review and agree to follow the COVID policies prior to participating in the event.

-Volunteers will be educated about what to expect and their responsibilities and will be required to review and agree to follow the COVID policies prior to supporting the event.

 

For More Information about events produced by the Flagler Avenue Business Association, please visit their website at: FlaglerAve.com

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