Team Relay Rules
Each team is composed of 2-4 runners
Each runner must complete at least one segment of the relay.
Members of teams of fewer than 4 runners can complete more than one segment.
Teams must compete in one of the following divisions:
- Men, any age
- Women, any age
- Mixed gender, any age
- Masters men, all team members age 40
- Masters women, all team members age 40+
- Masters mixed gender, all team members age 40+
Registering for the Team Relay
The first member of the team to register is the Team Captain. The Team Captain must create the team, including the team name and a team password, when they register.
Other team members must select their team name from the menu during registration and enter the team password to join the team.
Once a team is full (4 participants), other participants will not be able to join the team.
If a team member withdraws from the event, another runner may register and join the team.
Completing the Relay as a Team
Results are recorded segment-by-segment, so teams MUST keep track of elapsed time for each individual segment. Teams will report times as in hours-minutes-seconds format (H:MM:SS). Teams can use any timing method they want—a Garmin running watch, the time on a mobile phone, or even a good old fashioned stopwatch.
Traditional relay format: Teams may complete the relay segments consecutively on the same day, if they choose. Team Captain MUST keep track of elapsed time for each individual segment.
Socially Distant Format: Teams may prefer that each team member run their segment(s) on their own. Results are reported segment-by-segment, so individual team members MUST keep track of the elapsed time on their segment and report it to the Team Captain for submission.
Registering as a Solo Runner
Want to run the whole thing solo? Register as a solo runner! You can choose to run the entire course in one go, or complete the course one segment at a time.
Solo runners compete with each other for overall time on the relay course, and compete with all runners—Team Relay and Solo—on individual segments. Once again, results are reported segment-by-segment in in hours-minutes-seconds format (H:MM:SS). Solo Runners can use any timing method they want—a Garmin running watch, the time on a mobile phone, or even a good old fashioned stopwatch.