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Ragnar Trail Atlanta

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  1. 120M relay

    Run 120mi

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Regular Team Volunteer Requirements:
Each Regular Team Must Provide One Volunteer (Ultra teams don’t have to provide a volunteer)
Each regular team is required to fill one volunteer shift. Volunteer shifts will be 3 hours in length, so runners will be able to fulfill a volunteer shift in between running their loops, if they so desire. Teams can also have a non-runner volunteer for their team or pay $120 for a volunteer to be recruited by Ragnar through a local non-profit. The person who signs up for the volunteer shift is not the one who has to show up to work the volunteer shift, as long as someone volunteers for the shift on behalf of your team (meaning you can change volunteers right before the shift). Failure to fulfill volunteer requirements will result in disqualification. Ultra teams are not required to provide a volunteer. Volunteer shift sign-up will open up approximately one month before the race (See Section 3 for information on dates and deadlines).

The following are prerequisites for volunteers:
 Be at least 16 years old
 Sign a waiver – either online or at volunteer check-in. See section 9D for minor waiver requirements.
 Wear a reflective vest (provided by Ragnar) while at their assigned location
 Be physically able to perform their assigned duties
 Be willing to fulfill their entire shift at an assigned location
 Provide their own food and drink during shift

Ultra Team Volunteer Requirements –

Ultra teams don’t have to provide a volunteer Pay for volunteers in lieu of provide a volunteer, teams have the option of paying $120 for Ragnar to recruit volunteers through a local nonprofit. Ragnar’s partner charity(s) will receive a donation when they provide a volunteer for your team. Team captains can pay for a volunteer online on their team captain’s page before the Pay for Volunteer Deadline (see Section 3 of dates and deadlines). Team’s can pay for volunteers onsite on race day upon check-in at the HQ Tent.


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The idea to run an overnight 24+ hour running relay across the mountains of Utah was a lifelong dream of Steve Hill. The dream became a reality in 2004 when Steve, his son Dan and Dan’s college roommate, Tanner Bell, organized the first Wasatch Back Relay, spanning 188 miles from Logan to Park City, UT. Starting small, the Ragnar Relay Series has grown from a single relay in Utah to the largest overnight relay series in the nation. Some call it a movement. We call it Ragnar.



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