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.
Click here for more detailed information about submitting results.
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.