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Additional race information can be found at https://www.elevateeventcompany.com/oceans-50-relay.
Please visit the website for a full description and race info: https://www.elevateeventcompany.com/oceans-50-relay
Event Description: A 50 mile running relay winding through scenic trails, along the ocean on A1A, over bridges….all with 5 of your best running buddies. Finish it off with a beachside celebration with food and drinks.
How does a relay race work? Create your team of 3-6 runners, assign each runner to what legs they will be running (each person runs twice), pile in a van/truck/wherever you can fit and start running. One person from each team runs at a time, the rest of you hang out in the van cheering them on, giving them water and getting to know each other real well. Then comes the hand off to the next runner. Repeat cheering, support, good times. Keep up this relay style running for 50 miles until your adventure concludes at the finish line party. Collect your hard earned hardware, have a drink, eat some food.
NEW 25 MILE OPTION! Teams of 3 running half of the course. Teams will start at Waterfront Park and run legs 6 through 12, ending at the same finish line. Mileage is around 26.6 miles over 7 legs for the "HALF" option. The start time for the half option will be around 9:30-10:30a, once we have the 50 mile team paces we'll schedule all the start times.
Start times will be assigned to teams based on average team pace. Teams must have all runners added to their team page online before their start time can be assigned.
Where: Betty Steflik Park-815 Moody Lane, Flagler Beach.
• Male – If everyone on your team is male OR if you have less than half women. (i.e. 4 men, 2 women).
• Female – If everyone on your team is female
• Coed – If your team has at least half women but not all women (i.e. 3 men, 3 women OR 4 women, 2 men, 5 women, 1 man).
• Ultra – 2 person team-Men's, Women's, Coed
Each team must have a designated team captain. The team captain must first register and pay the entire team registration.
The team captain will then invite team members to register. Standard teams are required to have a minimum of 3 team members but may have as many as 6. Ultra teams will have 2 runners, plus a designated driver.
Visit https://www.elevateeventcompany.com/oceans-50-relay for full event details.
Start times will be assigned 2-3 weeks prior to race date based on team average pace.
• Shirts to all runners
• Finisher medals to all finishers
• After party with food and drinks
• Professionally timing
• Complimentary chiropractic adjustments, stretching and taping at Waterfront Park & at the finish line provided by Palmer Chiropractic
• Awards ceremony
• Free Captain's Gift
Awards: Benefiting: The Sheltering Tree homeless shelter
• Top 3 Overall
• Top 3 men's, women's and co-ed regular teams
• Top 3 men's, women's and co-ed ultra teams
• Most creative team vehicle
• Best team costumes
If any person on your team lives within Flagler County, your team will be required to provide one volunteer for the race. Sign up your volunteer online by October 26th. You also have the option to pay $50 and we'll provide a volunteer for you from our charity. If no one on your team lives in Flagler County you are exempt from providing a volunteer. Volunteers will be stationed at the start line, finish line and exchange points. Must be 18 years of age or older to volunteer (or with someone 18 years old or older). Assignments are first come first serve.
Benefiting Charity: The Sheltering Tree
Any questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
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