Permitted Course Runners
Only registered racers, credentialed media and event staff may run on the designated racecourse during the event. Spectators are allowed throughout the venue but must stay clear of the course. This also means no dogs on course.
Race Number Display
Racers must display their number on their front throughout the entire race.
Only the Start/Finish area has lighting. Half Marathon runners are REQUIRED to have 1 (preferably 2) light source(s). All runners are encouraged to have at least one light source in case of emergency. It gets dark early under the canopy at Nine Mile where we are also away from city lights.
The pre-race meeting will be on Friday at 6:40pm near the Start. All participants must attend the pre-race meeting.
Starting runners must be at the starting line PRIOR to 7:00 pm.
Finishing the race
Each participant must cross the finish line to have their time and successful finish recorded. Failure to cross the finish line will result in a DNF (did not finish).
Awards to be given to 1st-3rd place, male and female in each race for age categories as follows:
17& under, 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Water and Food
There will be water and nutrition available at Red Bud Road and Checkpoint Charlie. The 5k & 10K courses will only pass Red Bud Road at mile 1. Checkpoint Charlie is located at approximately mile 8 of the Half Marathon. Please do not throw nutrition wrappers on the ground. Remember: Leave No Trace.
No listening devices with either earphones/ear buds or speakers are permitted on the course for safety reasons. Personal cell phones and GPS devices may be carried for navigational or emergency purposes.
Shortcutting the course by any racer shall result in a disqualification of that racer.
Federal, state and county laws and ordinances will be abided by at all times.