_ The 2021 Columbus Day Relay:
Date: October 9th, 2021
Informational Meeting: There will be a packet pickup / information meeting Thursday October 7 at 6:00pm at Big Dog Feel Feet. Please have at least one member of your team attend. Shirts, bibs and information packets will be distributed on this night.
The Columbus Day Relay will be a 60 mile loop around the outskirts of Columbus, GA, starting in Uptown Columbus, running North and circling to the east, turning south to run along the Rails to Trails and finish back in Uptown Columbus.
4 person teams
Categories: Male, Female, Coed, Masters
Teams start at between 4AM and 8 AM in front of Big Dog Fleet Feet. There will be a 12 hour time limit. Please send your team's expected pace to [email protected]. Participants will run 4 separate segments with each segment approximately 3-5 miles and will run in the same order of rotation for all 4 segments. Teams are required to establish a runner rotation and keep the same rotation/order throughout the entire race. Teams cannot substitute new runners once the race starts. Only runners on the registered team may run the race. Teams must be self supported.
Location: Broadway & 11th St.
$160 per team includes t-shirt.
There will not be registration on race day morning.
-) 2021 race registration is open • Registration Information
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