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As a runner, you play a critical role in keeping everyone safe and reducing the spread of disease. Please know your responsibilities and follow them. If you are unable to follow these guidelines, please do not participate.
Race Day Quick Checklist
[ ] Check temperature before arriving. Don’t feel well? Stay home.
[ ] Plan on wearing your mask when not running. You will be required to wear your mask anytime you are out of your team vehicle.
[ ] Bring hand sanitizer, mask, water bottle or hydration vest, and nutrition for all day.
[ ] Know your starting wave and starting time.
[ ] Read and understand the below Runner Responsibilities.
Self-Screen And Stay Home IF
· You have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 21 days or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
· Have a fever or do not feel well.
Practice Social Distancing
· Maintain 6 feet distances from other teams when possible.
· Remain in or around your team vehicle whenever possible.
· Use participant tracking apps to know where your runner is on the course to reduce crowding at transition areas.
Keep Clean & Avoid Contact
· Wash your hands often and use hand sanitizer when needed. Bring your own hand sanitizer with you.
· Whenever possible, avoid physical contact with other people, surfaces and any items that are not your own.
Wear A Mask
· Bring and wear a face covering when you are not running. This includes packet pickup, starting line, any time you are not in your team vehicle during the race, and at the finish line.
· You do not need to wear a mask while running or if outdoors and stationary while maintaining social distancing to
other teams, staff, and volunteers.
· When in doubt, wear your mask.
· Review race website, guides, emails, policies and rules. Know the race course!
· Bring and carry your own hydration system or hand-held water bottle while running. Water will not be available on the course.
· Follow our packing list and bring an extra face covering.
Exact policies for our Relay Safe Commitment will be adapted as COVID-19 conditions change. Final policies will be determined at least one week prior to the event and communicated to all participants.
· Event signage will promote safe social distancing practices including maintaining 6 feet of distance between others.
· Dedicated waiting spots will be provided to aid in social distancing in areas where participants congregate such as packet pickup lines, start line, and portable restroom lines.
· Personal responsibilities will be communicated to participants, staff, volunteers,
vendors, and sponsors prior to the event.
Cleaning and Sanitation
· Touch points will be reduced to minimize physical interactions and frequent cleaning will be used to sanitize any remaining high touch areas, such as portable toilet door handles.
· Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the event including at packet pickup,
transition areas, the finish line, and in and around portable toilets. Hand washing stations will be located near all portable toilets and at each transition area.
· On course water stations will be eliminated from the course. Sealed water bottles and individually wrapped food items will be handed out by volunteers wearing gloves at the finish line or included in the team packet.
· Staff and volunteers will be required to sanitize hands regularly throughout the event.
Personal Protective Equipment
· All staff and volunteers will wear face coverings in times where social distancing cannot be maintained. In addition to social distancing measures, participants will be required to wear face coverings at the event while not an active runner.
· Mandatory Mask Zones will include packet pickup, the start corral, transition areas, the finish line, and gear/food areas.
· Face masks will be available at packet pickup and the starting line for participants and volunteers.
· Total event capacity will be limited and teams will spread out over 25 miles along the race course. Participants will be limited to 500 people per acre at the finish line at any given time. All other course locations will be limited to 250 people per acre.
· Start Corrals will be limited to a maximum of 30 runners per starting wave and will include signage to help runners maintain social distancing. Start waves will be spread over a 4-hour timespan to reduce the number of runners at each point on the course.
· Only one runner per team is required to pick up the team packet to reduce the number of individuals at packet pickup. |
· Non-active and outgoing runners will remain in their vehicles prior to their designated run other than for essential activities such using the restroom, briefly warming up or lining up to start their run. Text messaging, runner tracking, and event announcements will be used to communicate runner start times.
· Teams will be given a recommended arrival time to the starting line and will be able to track their teammate running to estimate transition arrival time to reduce congregating.
· Spectators will be discouraged from congregating on the course to cheer on runners.
· Post-race activities will be staggered and modified to meet social distancing guidelines.
· On-site registration will be eliminated. Registration will be available online only.
· Onsite sales will use contactless payment methods.
Screening and At-Risk Persons
· Participants, staff, volunteers, vendors, and sponsors will be asked to self-screen and stay home for any of the following reasons:|
· Have been in contact with someone testing positive for COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to the event.
· Have tested positive for COVID-19 in the 21 days prior to the event.
· Have a body temperature reading of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.
· All participants and especially at-risk persons are encouraged to consult a physician prior to participating.
· If staff, volunteers, vendors, sponsors, or participants become ill during the event, we will isolate them in their vehicle until medical assistance can be obtained. Medical assistance will be available at local hospitals along the race course and at on-site EMS at the finish line.