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We will make every effort to conduct this race in accordance with CDC, state, and local guidelines. CDC Guidelines on how to protect yourself: CDC Guidelines for Outdoor Activities
We will rely on each runner to conduct themselves with best practices during the global pandemic, including practical physical distancing, avoiding handshakes and high-fives, and wearing facemasks, etc.
Runners will be called to lined up 6 feet a part in small wave groups.
Runners will be launched based on estimated finish time.
Everyone is expected to wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart.
All volunteers and spectators will be required to wear face masks.
All participants will be required to wear a mask until the race begins (a single-use mask will be provided by our organization).
Once race begins, participants may remove their masks while running. Our volunteers will ensure that masks are disposed of properly in trash cans placed just beyond the start line.
Yes, individuals may register up to 7:30am on race day.
You may pick up your race packet at RMHCA on 4/22 and 4/23 11am-6pm. It is highly encouraged that you pick up your race packet in advance to help minimize race day congestion.
Individual water bottles and fruit will be pre-packaged, and all volunteers will be wearing gloves and masks.
Water stops will provide small individual bottles of water ensuring a contactless experience.
No family/individual tents will be allowed.
No Bounce Equipment or other organized kid’s events will be allowed.
The awards ceremony will be virtual to help minimize congestion on race day.