FAQs

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Are dogs & push strollers welcome? Yes, we are K9 friendly to all well mannered, controlled and leashed dogs.  Push strollers are also welcome. Children pushed in strollers do not need to be registered.  In both cases, we ask that you be considerate of those around you, please don't allow your leash or stroller to become a tripping hazard, or to occupy the width of the course so others can't safely pass.  Thank you!

2.

Where is advance packet pick-up?

Participants are encouraged to pickup their race materials in advance.  

LOCATION : Boulder Running Company Cherry Creek (2500 E 1st Ave, Denver, CO 80206)

  • Saturday, March 13th from 11AM - 3PM.

If you are unable to pickup in advance, there will be a pickup tent on event day starting at 7:30AM.

3.

Where should I park?  There is ample parkting at South High School and around the perimeter of the park.  If you choose to park in a surrounding neighborhood please respect the homes and property and pay attention to no parking/limited parking signage.  

4.

What time should I arrive? Please plan to arrive no more than 30-40  minutes before your start time.  About 20 minutes if you already have your race bib!  

5.

How are start waves assigned? Start waves are scheduled every 30 minutes.  The first wave will start at 8AM and the last is planned for 11:30AM.  Participants are able to select their start time during registration.  The time selected is the time they will be assigned unless wave limits are changed due to changes in COVID-19 risk levels.  If any changes occur, emails will be be sent to participants, along with updates posted on this website, and on social media.  

If you do not recall your selected start wave you can log in to your events.com dashboard to review your registration.  Start times can also be found on your confirmation email under "Attendee Items".

6.

What steps are being taken to follow COVID-19 guidelines to keep participants safe and healthy? Heatlh and safety is a top priority.  HAL Sports has been involved with more than a dozen events operating under COVID mitigation procedures.  Some of the changes are very obvious such as the small, socially distanced start lines and the requirement of masks/facial coverings.  Speaking of facial coverings, participants ARE permitted to remove their masks once the cross the start line (at their own discretion) and are asked to put the mask back on upon crossing the finish line.  Others changes include the event layouts, reduced vendors, packaged food and beverages, and fewer, if any, on course water stations.  

 

Please check out our COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols document for more details about what to expect on event weekend.  If you have further questions, please contact michelle@halsports.net.  

7.

What is the event's refund policy? Can I get a refund, defer, or transfer my registration?  Event registration fees are non-refundable.  If we are unable to hold an in-person event (for example, due to COVID-19), all participants will be converted to virtual participants.  If you are unable to attend for any reason, you can request to be converted to virtual or request to transfer your registration to another participant (that you identify).   Please contact us to see about transferring your registration to another individual for this event (please request this transfer prior to March 12th to allow time for processing).

8.

I'm interested in volunteering. How can I learn more and sign-up? We LOVE volunteers!  Please visit our volunteer sign up page.  If you have additional questions please email Michelle at info@halsports.net.