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We’re so glad you could join us! Please read through all the Participant Guide tabs so you're prepared for a great race day experience!
-The event will be held at Keller’s Farm Stand (2500 Johnson Rd. Oswego, IL 60543) on Saturday, September 14.
-Please plan to arrive by 6:30 AM. If you wait until after 6:30 AM, you will face heavy traffic heading to the farm.
-Parking will be on-site and free. Space is limited so carpooling is advised. Please note, if it rains, the lots will be muddy!
-All participants need to be lined up at the start line by 7:45AM. We will be sending off Corral A at exactly 8AM, with other corrals leaving every few minutes after. Nobody will be permitted to start once the final corral begins.
-The number one question we receive is 'When should we arrive?' We advise arriving up to 2 hours prior to the race start in order to avoid lines. The closer to race time you arrive, the likelihood of lines for packet pick-up, parking, restrooms, etc. increases. If you wait until after 6:30 AM to arrive, expect heavy traffic and longer lines at packet pick-up.
-Not a runner, but still want to be part of the event? Try volunteering! For more information CLICK HERE!
-For the safety of all participants, strollers and/or wagons are not permitted on the course. They are welcome at the farm as spectators!
-If you are a participant who wants to use a backpack during the race - please take note that we only allow CLEAR backpacks, all others are prohibited.
Use the drop-down menu at the top of this page for the 'Participant Guide' or click these links to navigate the guide: