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REGISTRATION

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FAQ

REGISTRATION

COURSE MAPS

SPECTATOR & TRAVEL INFO

VOLUNTEER

SPONSOR

RESULTS

FAQ

ATHLETE GUIDE

Thank you for your participation in The Spilt Half Marathon, 10k and 5k. To ensure a great race experience we have listed several important pieces of information below.

PACKET PICKUP:
Packet pickup will be held on multiple days the week leading up to race weekend. Accommodations will be made for out of town runners to receive packets over the weekend of the race if they cannot pick them up beforehand.

Thursday 9/24- Fleet Feet Spokane Valley 3pm-7pm (13910 E Indiana Ave, Spokane Valley, WA)
Friday 9/25- Fleet Feet North Spokane 4pm-7pm (10208 N Division St, Spokane, WA)
Saturday 9/26- UDistrict PT Parking lot 9am-1pm (730 N. Hamilton, Spokane, WA)

*Runners will receive bibs, shirts and medals at check-in.

START TIMES: 

To ensure the safety of our runners, there will be self selected start times for each racer with a first come first serve manner. The race will take place over two days: Saturday 9/26, Sunday 9/27  with start corrals in 5 minutes increments with 5 runners in each start time.

  • Saturday 9/5
    -6:30am-11:30am (10k & 5k)
  • Sunday 9/6
    -6:30am-10:30am (half marathoners)

LOCATION: Olmsted Brothers Park in Kendall Yards (Nettleton St. and W Wummit Parkway)
420 N Nettleton St, Spokane, WA

General Course and Traffic Information: 
Due to the nature of conducting this race in small wave starts over an entire weekend, we are not able to close roads for the entire weekend as we normally would. The course has been redesigned to start and finish in Olmsted brothers park in Kendall Yards and run an out and back course heading east on the Centennial Trail. ROADS ARE OPEN TO TRAFFIC. Runners should be alert and aware of vehicle traffic. Runners must obey traffic laws and stay on the sidewalks or shoulder or designated pedestrian lanes. The routes will follow the official Centennial trail detour through any areas of construction in Riverfront Park (this will be well marked!). Half Marathon runners should pay particular attention to the volunteers helping with the crosswalk crossing at Mission Ave. This arterial is still open to traffic and runners may have slight delays (roughly 30seconds during periods of higher vehicle traffic).

PARKING:

Please do not block Kendall Yard resident parking areas. Parking is available along the streets of W Bridge Ave, W Summit Parkway, Nettleton St, and Ohio St.

Nutrition:
Participants will cross aid stations about every 2-3 miles on the course. Aid Stations will be equipped with the following, water, gatorade and GU

Gear Check:
Gear check will not be available this year

Beyond on the Run:
– Download the RaceJoy app for live tracking and spectator cheers (View Tutorial)

– Watch our live facebook broadcast on race day

– Look for finisher photos and videos

 

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