Run To Remember 2019

Sat October 26, 2019 Directions

FAQ- Frequently Asked Questions

Q - What is the minimum age to register for each event?
A-  Although we welcome all family members we recommend runners be at least age 15 for the 10K/ 5K. Ultimately, it is up to each parent or guardian depending upon their child’s ability to participate in our event. Only registered participants with Bibs attached will receive finisher medals.
Q - Are dogs allowed on the course?
A – While we love our fur babies we discourage bringing your pet to the event.  Our Hoffmann Hounds Pet Therapy dogs will be available for all the snuggles pre and post race. In addition, wagons, roller-blades, skateboards, scooters or bicycles of any kind are NOT allowed on the course for safety reasons.
Q - Are baby strollers allowed?
A - Yes, you are allowed to run with a jogger stroller.  All strollers are required to start at the back of the pack, regardless of your speed and stay to the right to allow for passing on the left.
Q - Will there be race day registration?
A – Race Day registration will take place at the Hoffmann Hospice Home from exactly 6:30am-7:30am.
Q - When is packet pickup available?
A - Packet Pickup is available the day before the race on Friday, October 25th at the Hoffmann Hospice Home from 4:00pm-7:00pm. Packet Pickup is also available starting at 6:30am until approximately 7:30am on race day. Packet pickup is considered "checking in" for the run. You will get your bib, participant bag with goodies, and t-shirt. 
Q - Will there be a bag drop off at the event?
A – NO. You are responsible for anything you bring to the event. We recommend you bring as little as possible.
Q - Can I run with headphones?
A – Yes, however, it is recommended that participants keep only one earbud in for safety and to be able to hear directions from race officials or emergency vehicles.
Q – Are there restrooms?
A – Yes, there are restrooms available to event participants in the Event Check-In Area at the Hoffmann Hospice Home. There are no restrooms available on the course.
Q – Are there water stations?
A – Yes, our friends from Bakersfield's favorite Country Station, KUZZ will have a water station set up along the 10K / 5K course. We recommend all event participants hydrate before the race and bring water with them if they need it.
Q – What is the Virtual Run?
A – A virtual run works exactly the same as any other type of running event but the difference is that the entered race can be run at any location, at any pace, inside on a treadmill or outside in another country! All you have to do is register and provide evidence that you have completed it.
Q – What are the age group divisions for awards?
A –
Group 1: Ages 15-19
      Group 2: Ages 20-29
      Group 3: Ages 30-39
      Group 4: Ages 40-49
      Group 5: Ages 50-59
      Group 6: Ages 60-69
      Group 7: Ages 70+

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