If Run Calgary cancels the in-person race due to an increase of local COVID-19 cases or on the direction of local or provincial authorities, participants will be informed as soon as possible, and everyone will be automatically registered in the virtual race. This event will not be rescheduled.
Can I receive a refund, or defer my entry to another date?
No refunds can be issued.
If you are displaying COVID-19 symptoms prior to race day or at the race location, you will be allowed to defer your registration. Please email email@example.com for directions.
Are masks required?
At this time, masks are not mandatory, however participants may choose to wear them. Should The City of Calgary, The Province of Alberta change their messaging around masking at outdoor group events, Run Calgary will require masks. In the case that masks are recommended, masks will be required to be worn in all start and finish areas on site and until you have crossed the start line. Masks would not need to be worn on course while running, but should not be discarded and must be put back on before you exit the finish chute. Masks can be removed after you finish if you are actively eating or drinking.
What post-race amenities will be available?
There will be grab and go amenities at the finish line..
Where should I park?
We advise participants to park in the Weaslehead parking lot or along the south curb lane of 66 ST SW. Participants are encouraged to carpool with their families.
Will there be a bag check?
No, please leave your personal belongings in your vehicle.
Will there be porta lets?
Are strollers permitted?
Yes are permitted but asked to stay at the back of the start chute.
Can my family/friends watch?
Only registered runners are allowed in to the pre-start, start and finish area, however North Glenmore Park will be open to the public so your friends and family can catch you on the course.
Can I run with my dog/pet?
We love four-legged friends and this is Run Calgarys dog friendly event. Please make sure your dog/ pet is comfortable in crowds with loud noises and being around other animals.
What is the start line procedure?
Run Calgary has several plans in place for our 2021 start line, ranging from a socially distanced pulse start to a pre-covid mass start. We will be looking to AHS 14 days leading into the event to establish what the safest start line procedure will be while maintaining event energy.
What are the course amenities and procedures?
We have one aid station on course that is located at the start/finish lap area.
What happens at the finish line?
Run Calgary has several plans in place for our 2021 finish line, ranging from a socially distanced flow through to a pre-covid encouraged dwell finish. We will be looking to AHS 14 days leading into the event to establish what the safest finish line procedure will be while maintaining event energy.