Trent Waldron Half Marathon & 10K

Saturday May 29th, 2021
Virtual Event FAQs

 

- What is a Virtual Event? 

A virtual event is a walking/running event that you can complete anytime/anyplace! The best part of a virtual event is convenience you decide what works best for you.

Complete your distance! You can run your favorite route on the trails, in your neighborhood, or at the gym.

- How long do I have to complete my Virtual Trent Half Marathon & 10K?

The Virtual event will start on May 14th, 2021 @ 9:00 am - May 28th, 2021 by the End of the Day.

- How long do I have to upload my Results? 

You will have from May 14th, 2021 @ 9:00 am - May 28th, 2021 to upload your Virtual Results. 

- How will I pick up my event packet?

You can decide to pickup your packet at a bib pickup, or you can have your packet shipped to you. 

For Participants who choose to have their packet shipped

There will be a $5.00 shipping fee for participants who want it shipped, and you will also need to provide a shipping address. 

For Participants who choose to pickup their packet

Bib pickup is at Skinny Raven at 800 H Street on Thursday, May 27, 2021.  Registration available at bib pick up.

Bib pick up and registration is also available on the morning of the race from 7:30-8:45 am at Westchester Lagoon.

- How do I upload my Results?

You can upload your results Manually:

- Navigate to the Results Page, HERE!
- Select, SUBMIT VIRTUAL RESULTS
- Search for your registration by First & Last Name OR Email & Birth Date
- Select, SUBMIT VIRTUAL RESULTS
- Enter your time manually or by uploading a .TIF or .GPX file.

- Do I need to submit results? 

You do not have to submit a time. You can indicate that you completed the run without providing a time. 

- Virtual Run Safety Policy

Participants must abide by the Center for Disease Control (CDC)'s recommendations for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 and attest to having read the CDC's guidance at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html.  Participants must also follow local, state and federal regulations regarding preventing the spread of COVID-19 for their region. Participants must abide by all pedestrian safety ordinances including running on a sidewalk where available and not in the road.  If there is no sidewalk or multi-use trail is available participants must run against oncoming traffic and not with traffic. 

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