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CLICK HERE FOR MAP OF THE PRE & POST RACE ACTIVITIES including the meet & greet, spirit tent, bathrooms, expo, food truck, etc.



  • Girls on the Run Program Participant bibs are with their coaches, they DO NOT need to go to bib pick-up

  • All Community Registered Runners need to pick up their bib at bib pick-up.

  • Runners must have a bib to be on the course

  • If you would like to run, please go register at the registration tents! Price is $30 - cash or card accepted

  • A child in a stroller does not need their own bib, but if they are on their own two feet, they need to be registered.

Girls on the Run Program Participant Materials:

  • Medals will be distributed to girls at their team’s end of season celebration. There are no medals being distributed today!

  • Participant bibs are with their coaches at their team sign!

Where is my GOTR girl supposed to meet her team?

All Girls on the Run program participants will meet their team in the Meet & Greet area. Site names are alphabetical and organized in color pods. Sites beginning with A - K on the east side of the meet and greet and sites beginning with L - Z on the west side. CLICK HERE for a detailed map.

  • Participants with Disabilities: ORANGE POD 

  •  Schools A - D : PINK POD 

  •  Schools E - K : PURPLE POD 

  •  Schools L - R : GREEN POD 

  •  Schools S - Z : BLUE POD  

Do I have to wait in line to pick up my GOTR girl’s bib?

No! All GOTR participants’ bibs will be with their coach at their team sign in the Meet & Greet area. CLICK HERE for a map that shows the Meet & Greet. If any non-GOTR girl or coach participants are running in the race, they must pick up their own bib at the Bib Pick Up tents located near Registration.

Can I register on race day?

Yes! Visit the Race Day registration tents to register on race day. Cash or card is accepted and race day registration costs $30 per runner.  Race Day registration is in Lot D.  You will see tents, look for the sign that says Race Day Registration.

I am a community runner (any non GOTR participant/coach), how do I know what wave I am supposed to run in?

You can run in any wave you like. If you are here to support a GOTR girl or team, please find their team in the start chute. If you are running on your own, feel free to join any wave you like.

I’m here really early. What can I do?

We have Happy Hair and Cheer Cards available for participants that would like to add some more color to their outfit and for families that would like to make signs to encourage their participant! The Happy Hair and Cheer Card Station is in Lot D (CLICK HERE for a map).

I’m here really late and don’t think I’ll be able to find my team!

Your participants bib will be at their team sign. Please pin it to their belly before beginning the race (you can start with any wave). If your participant does not have someone to run with, please stop by the Running Buddies tent, the pink tent located by all the line of teal blue tents in Lot D.

Where are the bathrooms?

Port-a-Potties are located north of the Meet & Greet area in Lot D. CLICK HERE for a map.

Where can I get water?

Water is provided for all race participants after Mile 1 on the course and in the finish chute. We ask that spectators please provide their own water. Water is available to purchase at food trucks in the expo in Lot G, east of the Finish Line.

Where can I watch my girl run? Where is the best place to see my girl on the race route?

CLICK HERE to view a map of the course. Spectators are welcome to cheer participants on at any point but they MUST stay off the actual course for the safety of everyone involved.

Where do I meet my participant after the race?

Plan to meet your runner(s) back at their team sign and then visit the post-race expo together. DO NOT cross into or through the finish line chute.

What can I do at the expo?

There are a ton of cool vendors and Girls on the Run has an activity and 2 photobooths! Be sure to check it out after the race!

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