packet pick up
Learn about PACKETS & bib assignments
The state of teen mental health across the nation is urgent. ACCORDING TO THE CDC:
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for teens ages 15 to 19.
Every racer will receive a race bib, but gear and size selection is offered first-come, first-served to the first 500 to pick up their race packet. We encourage you to send a designated person to pick up all packets for your group. Use the below map to find us easily.
Registration will be available on race day if not sold out. Sorry, no gear size swaps are available after gear has been provided.
RACE PACKET PICK-UP
Each bib is specifically assigned to a runner's name, gender, and age group for official race timing purposes and should not be swapped or traded. Be sure to confirm you're wearing the bib assigned to you vs. someone else’s in your group.
If you wear a bib that is not assigned to you, the race results will be wrong & the award ceremony will be delayed or incorrect.
HOW TO WEAR YOUR BIB:
Bibs should be worn on your front below your rib cage and above you hips. Secure your bib with at least 3 safety pins from the holes at each corner to your outermost clothing layer. Plan your race day outfit so that if you shed clothing layers, your bib can still be seen.
Your race bib has a digital chip attached to the back that communicates with the race timer's equipment after the race starts. Do not fold your bib to avoid damaging the device. No matter the time you start your race, your time tracking will only begin when you cross the starting line and stop when you cross the finish line. Your total NET time will determine your final race performance compared to all other racers in your same age division and gender.