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Get credit for your run! Virtual results can be uploaded between March 18 through midnight March 25. Bib numbers are assigned as you complete your virtual entry, and you'll use that bib to connect to your results upload. Registered virtual participants will receive a reminder email just before the start of the event that contains a direct link to post results.
HOW TO UPLOAD YOUR RESULTS:
These instructions describe two of the easiest ways to upload your results.
>> From the RunSignup Race Page -- Navigate to the RunSignup race page > select the Results tab > select Submit Virtual Result. Search for your registration, select Submit Virtual Results > select your activity>enter in your miles > select Submit/Update Results.
>> From your RunSignup Profile -- Navigate to your RunSignup profile by selecting the Profile Icon at the top right hand corner. Under your Upcoming Events > select Submit Virtual Results > enter in your time > select Submit/Update Results.
When you are in the RESULTS page, search for / click on your name. Once you load your 5K run time and get a Success message, you can see yourself in the roster, edit or update with a new time, all for yourself. And sending results can be completed quickly without a full log-in by entering your E-mail or last 4 digits of your phone number!
For convenience, RunSignup also supports the ability for participants to submit virtual results manually, or by uploading their GPS activity recorded while using third party types of tracking tools. Two very common formats of data are GPX and FIT, which services like Garmin and Strava use to store activity data. Personalized data will automatically fill in, including the Distance, Date, Elevation Gain, and Time fields from the activity file being submitted. More details HERE.
AND -- All results can always be manually posted without the fancy electronics!