The Big Cross Frozen Tundra - 2.5mile Trail Run

Sat January 30, 2021 Pasco, WA 99301 US Directions
Events

Female Level B Run (Est. Finish time of 20 to 27 min for 2.5 miles)

$10 9:00AM PST - 9:40AM PST
26 spots left. Registration ends January 28, 2021 at 11:59pm PST

Male Level B Run (Est. Finish time of 18 to 25 min for 2.5 miles)

$10 9:50AM PST - 10:20AM PST
25 spots left. Registration ends January 28, 2021 at 11:59pm PST

Female Level A Run (Est. Finish time of 15 to 20 min for 2.5 miles)

$10 10:30AM PST - 11:10AM PST
24 spots left. Registration ends January 28, 2021 at 11:59pm PST

Male Level A Run (Est. Finish time of 13 to 18 min for 2.5 miles)

$10 11:20AM PST - 11:50AM PST
22 spots left. Registration ends January 28, 2021 at 11:59pm PST
Place
3700 Rd 36
Big Cross
Pasco, WA US 99301
Description

1/8/2020 IMPORTANT NOTE: Details and Date of this race have changed! It is now open to participants 13 year of age an older and will now take place on the new date of January 30. 

At a time when Cross Country seasons have been postponed or canceled, State Championship competitions would have already taken place, and opportunities for in-person races for all have been minimal, here is an opportunity for teens and others to participate in an in-person cross country trail run. This target audience for this run is High School and other Cross Country runners  

FORMAT: According to state guidelines for timed races, participants will start in waves of 10 people and waves will be one minute apart. There will be two groups each for male and female, Level A and Level B, each limited to 40 participants. The course will be 2.5 miles in length on the woodchip/dirt/gravel trails at Big Cross in Pasco. Participants will be the only ones allowed within the start/finish area. They must arrive no more than 15 minutes before their race start time and must leave the start/finish area upon completing their race. They must also wear a mask before starting and after finishing their race and take care to give space when passing or being passed on the trail.

SPECTATORS: According to state guidelines NO SPECTATORS ARE ALLOWED. The guidelines do allow however for, "A member of the same household of a participant or a coach may provide support for a participant along the activity area...The support person must always remain at least 6 feet away from all people aside from their athlete and may not visit the start or finish to avoid congestion or crowding in these areas. Only one parent allowed per participant. Spectators are not allowed in the start/finish area and must social distance from others when watching." (See WA State Phase 2 & 3 Running Race COVID19 Opening Requirements)

VOLUNTEERS: Volunteers are needed, if interested in helping as a volunteer for set-up, course monitoring, and at the start/finish line please contact kubalekb@pasco-wa.gov. This is a way to have a second family member/friend at the event but volunteer space is limited. All Volunteers will be required to arrive at 7:30am for a safety briefing and will be required to wear a mask, social distance, stay home if sick and follow other COVID safety protocols.

GAITER: All race participants will receive a neck gaiter face-cover scarf.

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Start Waves & Race Bibs

Participants will be placed in start waves of 10 participants, each wave starting 1 minute apart. As participants arrive they will be given their start wave and number, which will be marked in the starting area, each socially distanced from the others. Participants should proceed to their assigned start wave and number, where they will find their race packet including bib, safety pins, and commemorative gaiter. The race bib must be secured in front, on the middle of the chest, so that it is completely visible. Masks must be worn in the start area at all times until your race begins. You may not remove your facemask until the wave proceeding yours has left and your wave is brought up to the starting line. 

Race Course

This course is run on wood chip & gravel trails and incorporates 3 good hill climbs.

COVID 19 Considerations

Hopefully this will answer any questions you may have regarding COVID 19 safety

Masks: are required in the venue area before and after the race.

Start times for the race: Per government guidelines runners will start in waves of ten runners. Each race group will include 4 start waves each spaced 1 minute apart. Runners will be assigned to a start wave based on their estimated finish time. Please arrive at the start area approximately 15 minutes before the start time of your Groups first wave.

At the Start/Finish: No congregation allowed at the activity start or finish area. Participants must leave the activity area when finished. There will be no awards ceremonies, or after party activities in the activity start or finish area. Upon finishing, participants should proceed through the finish chute, grab a prepackaged refreshment bag and then leave the finish area. Masks must be worn before and after the race and social distancing maintained.

Course maps: There will be no printed maps available, so please take a good look at the map above. 

Safety: While running, as much as possible, give people space when running, passing or being passed.

Spectators: No spectators are allowed in the Start and Finish areas. Only one family member or coach allowed as support along the course in other viewing areas and must wear a mask and maintain social distancing from all others. 

Participation: NOTE: If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 (have not recovered or are still within the required 10-day isolation period), had symptoms of COVID-19 (within the last 24 hours), or had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 (within the last 14 days), you must stay home. 

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