Race packet pick up and awards
Registrants can pick up their official race packet at the Civic Center Convention Center on Saturday, April 22, 10 am to 6 pm or on race day, April 23, 8am to race time. Participants must pick up race packet before participating in their registered event.
All races are chip timed.
Please note: Participants who have athletic team eligibility in either junior high, high school or college are not eligible for the cash awards. An award equal to the maximum allowed will be presented. This will be in the form of a trophy.
Masters are eligible for overall and masters award. (See Race Awards below for more details on prize money)
Overall 1st place male and female winners will receive a cash award and specially designed trophy. Overall male and female 2nd through 10th place will receive special Ice Breaker awards. (See Race Awards below for more details on prize money)
1-Mile Run/Fitness Walk
This is not a competitive event. Official times will be posted, but no awards will be given.
Age Group Awards
Male and female 1st and 2nd place division winners will receive special medals in the following age groups:
All distances are on asphalt and are mostly flat. The 5-mile run is a certified distance RRCA/TAC Registration #MT 91002GT. The 3-mile and 1-mile runs are accurate to the distance.
Walkers are encouraged to participate in the 1-mile or 3-mile events. Participants wishing to do the 5-mile must be capable of finishing within one hour.
1 mile – 1/2 mile
3 mile – 1 mile; 2 mile
5 mile – 1 mile; 2 mile; 3 mile; 4 mile
Runners will be seeded into the starting area by their anticipated finishing time. Seeded runners (elite and invited) will start from the front. This area will be designated “seeded runners only.” All others are asked to line up according to their anticipated finishing time as identified by “time markings” along the start.
Plan to arrive early as some streets and avenues may be blocked off to traffic. Please avoid Central Avenue and Park Drive.
A $2 late fee will be assessed on all entries received April 17-23 per person. Between April 17-21 late registration will be taken at Park and Recreation 8am – 5pm. The day before and Race Day (April 22-23), registration will be taken at the Civic Center Convention Center – Saturday 10:00-6:00 and Sunday 8:00-1:00.
Runner assistance is prohibited.
Please use the side streets or the parking lots 1st Ave. N. and Park Drive, 1st Ave. S. and 2nd St., or the lots surrounding the Civic Center. The Gibson Park parking lot and Park Drive will both be closed.
Facilities at Start/Finish and Aid Stations
Facilities include rest rooms and water. There are no locker rooms or shower rooms.
1 mile (none), 3 mile (at 1 and 2 mile), 5 mile (at 1 and 4 mile)
Runners are cautioned that races are most strenuous. Liquid intake is strongly suggested prior to and at all stations. If you encounter or suspect difficulties, stop and ask for aid or advice before continuing.
The 35-year average temperature is 45 degrees F.
For safety and courtesy, please do not bring radio headsets, pets, bicycles, skateboards and rollerblades to the event.
Runners are reminded to please watch for vehicles on the road at all times.
Post Race Lunch and Awards Ceremony
The post race lunch will be served at the Civic Center Convention Center following your event. The awards ceremony will be convened at the Convention Center at approximately 4 pm.
Masters are eligible for overall and masters award.
2016 Race Results
|Male Master||Darin Wynn||30:02|
|Female Master||Nicole Hunt||30:41|
2016 Race Results