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We will have port-o-potties lined up outside the tent, accessible before the race. During the race, each water station will have at least one a port-o-potty.


Course roads will be closed race morning. To avoid being re-routed, participants and volunteers should check map below carefully. Racers can park in the upper and lower lots at NYMEO field at Harry Grove Stadium. The intersection at Stadium Drive and New Design Road WILL BE CLOSED and access will not be allowed.


Race day registration for both the 10 Miler and the 1 Miler will be available during packet pickup from 6:30am to 7:45 am at Harry Grove Stadium in the tent. We are unable to transfer registration/bibs to another runner if you are unable to participate, because of the effect on our age group winners. We are unable to provide refunds due to cancellations.

Online registration for the race closes at 6 pm on Saturday evening. Race day registration will be available from 6:30 am to 7:45 am at Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium. Race day price will increase to $65.00.


Pacers will be available during the Mission 10 Miler in the following groups: 7:00 min/mile, 1:10:00 goal time 7:30 min/mile, 1:15:00 goal time 8:00 min/mile, 1:20:00 goal time 8:30 min/mile, 1:25:00 goal time 9:00 min/mile, 1:30:00 goal time 9:30 min/mile, 1:35:00 goal time 10:00 min/mile, 1:40:00 goal time The race will begin with a wave start, with the fastest runners in front taking off first. Waves will be broken into groups and will begin the race in about two minute intervals.

COURSE SWEEP – The course sweep will begin at the 5 mile (halfway) point at 10 am. City streets, police officers and support are contracted for specific times and cannot be extended. All participants must adhere to a 18:00 minute/mile pace. If you cannot adhere to the scheduled pace, you will be asked to move to a sidewalk so traffic can resume. If you choose to continue after the course has reopened to traffic, there will be no medical support, fluid stations or course marshals at intersections, and the course will no longer be marked. Participants must complete the course within three hours or medal, finish line and timing cannot be guaranteed.


Timing chips on bibs are not activated until runners cross the starting line. Runners will automatically be disqualified if they do not hit checkpoints in the course before finishing.

Taking these easy steps will ensure your tag will read correctly and give you an accurate result.

1) Make sure you wear the bib assigned to you.

2) Make sure there is a timing tag on the back of your bib (see photo below).

3) Wear the bib on the front of your body and ensure it is visible at all times).

4) Do not cover the bib with jackets, blankets or another item when crossing over each timing mat.

5) Do not alter the bib or tag in any way.

6) Make sure the number is upright


Medals will be given to the first 1,000 finishers who complete the course. Disqualified runners will not receive a medal. Overall male and female award winners will be recognized and awarded. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place male and female winners in their respective age groups will be announced and awards will be available for pick up. Podium will be available for those who would like to have photographs with medals or awards.

Mission 1 Miler

Following the race, runners can choose from an assortment of snacks. Bottled water will also be available.