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Reebok Ragnar Michigan Road

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Route description

The total course is approx. 200 miles. For full details, please visit: https://www.runragnar.com/event-detail/relay/michigan#course

Logistics and schedule

Please refer to the Trail Guide for up-to-date and detailed information, available at: https://www.runragnar.com/event-detail/relay/michigan#getready

Schedule:

Race Start Date: September 27 2019
Race End Date: September 28 2019
Volunteer Start Date: August 30 2019
Volunteer End Date: September 13 2019
Registration Opens: January 01 2019
Registration Closes: August 20 2019
Start Times Posted: September 02 2019
Online Runner Invite Deadline: September 22 2019
Late Runner Change Fee: September 22 2019
Team Name Change Deadline: August 23 2019
Pay For Volunteers Deadline: September 13 2019

To-Do List:

- Start recruiting teammates, volunteers, and van drivers. (Van drivers are optional.) Note that Volunteer requirements vary by race. Reference your race’s webpage for specific volunteer requirements at www.runragnar.com.
- Register and pay for the team online at www.runragnar.com before the registration deadline.
- Invite runners to join the team roster through the team captain’s online Ragnar account before the deadline.
- Invite volunteers to the team and sign up for volunteer shifts through the team captain’s online Ragnar account before the deadline. Note that Volunteer requirements vary by race. Reference your race’s webpage for specific volunteer requirements at www.runragnar.com.

Start Times:

Each team’s start time is based on their TEAM’S AVERAGE 10K Road Race Pace. Therefore, it is critical that each runner’s 10K Road Race Pace is accurate in their Ragnar profile. This is the speed you could maintain for an entire 10K. Format your pace as a minute per mile pace (i.e. 10:00 min/mile). Please do not misrepresent your paces. Inaccurate paces will impact Ragnar’s ability to organize the flow of the race and could also result in your team being held or cut from the course. Accurate paces allow us to place teams in starting waves that create the least amount of congestion on the course (i.e. exchange parking lots, lines for port-o-potties, etc.). Misrepresenting your time will result in violations if you are falling outside of course timing.

How to get there

Pere Marquette Park, 3510 Channel Dr, Muskegon, MI 49441, USA

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200 Mile Relay
Fri 27th Sep 2019
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