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Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019 (TENTATIVE)
Start Time: 7:00 AM
Distance: 26.2 miles
Format: Relay (baton with timing chip)
This event has a 4-hour time limit
THE EVENT IS LIMITED TO 30 TEAMS
Participants must register and select a shirt size by September 13 to guarantee a tech shirt commemorating the event.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Additional race information can be found at http://www.HarvestMarathonRelay.com.
•The Harvest Marathon Relay is a timed relay on an Olympic sized track
•Teams as small as 2 and as large as 25 will race to carry a baton the distance of a marathon (26.2 miles)
•There are no limits on how many laps or series of laps each team member can run
•A designated area is available for teams to set up tents
•Food, water and music will be available for participants
•Tech shirts available for participants registering before the deadline (September 13, 2018)
•Corporate Relay Team GOLD –$1000 sponsorship Includes 25 race registrations
•Corporate Relay Team SILVER –$500 sponsorship includes 10 race registrations
•Challenge Teams –$65/race registration up to 25 participants ($55 before August 12)
•Corporate Relay Team Captains must submit their final team roster no later than 12:00 CST on September 21
All new awards for the ...
FASTEST OVERALL TEAM - unrestricted
FASTEST LARGE and FASTEST SMALL TEAMS - cut off to be determined before the start of the race
TEAM SPIRIT - as determined by the Race Commitee
Congratulations to last year's overall winner, Shell Chemical. Also, congratulations to the large and small team winners, Japan Stand for Houston and Running for Serotonin. Finally, congratulations to Enterprise Product Partners for their exemplary team spirit.
Rice University (Wendel D. Ley Track)
6100 Main Street, Houston TX 77005
(University Blvd entrance)