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For both the 6 hour and the 10 hour events, teams can be 2-4 people for the 10 hour and 2-3 people for the 6 hour!
Only one runner per team is scored ( wearing the timing tag) however a 2nd runner can accompany the designated runner, so no one has to run alone.
How you divide up the time is up to you; however each runner must do one lap of the course which is 3.32 miles around. Runners do not have to go in any special rotation, so one runner can run more than the others.
For the half marathon relay:
The half marathon relay event is a team of 2 runners. Runners choose the order in which they run, everyone must do at least one loop, but the number of loops doesn't have to be the same for everyone, also a runner can pace with the designated runner, but only the runner with the bib that has the timing tag, gets credit for the loop. So two runners could both run a half each by running together the whole time, you're just scored as being in the half relay instead of the half individual. You'll get a 2nd pacer bib with no timing tag, to be worn while on the course, at check-in! ) The half is 4 loops at 3.32 miles each and you're done, you have a 6 hour time limit to complete 4 loops.
If you decide to do the Individual event, you don't HAVE to run for the full 6 or 10 Hours, the idea is to accumulate as many miles as possible in the given time, but when you decide to stop is up to you. Many people do run the entire time, but it's up to you or your team. Since this is a different type of event you only need one lap and you're a finisher!
Note: Something to consider, running a specific time, like 2 hours each. Since this is a loop course it will take different people a different amount of time to do a loop, so on a team of 3 one runner might run 1 hour for 2 loops and the other runner will take 1.5 hours to do the same distance and the 3rd could take 2 hours.
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