T-shirts are guaranteed to anyone who registers by Sunday, February 12.
|Race Day Registration Opens||6:00am|
|4 Mile Race Starts||7:30am|
|10 Mile Race Starts||7:45am|
|Mimosa Celebration Tent Opens||8:00am|
|4 Mile Awards Ceremony||8:30am|
|10 Mile Awards Ceremony||10:00am|
|10 Mile Course Closes||10:15am|
|Mimosa Celebration Tent Closes||10:30am|
THERE IS A 2 HOUR AND 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT FOR THE 10 MILER. The course will close 2:30 after the gun for the 10 miler. All roads will be opened back up by 10:15am
Parking will be available in the parking garage behind Earth Fare and the surrounding shopping center.
Based on the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) guidelines, headphones, iPods and MP3 players are strongly discouraged during the race.
No pets are allowed on the course.
- No littering, smoking, or consumption of alcohol permitted on the course.
- Unregistered runners are not allowed. Bandits will be disqualified from this and future races.
- Numbers must be worn on the front and be clearly visible at all times.
- For safety, runners who withdraw during the race must inform a race official or aid station volunteer.
No roller blades, bicycles or skate boards.
Baby joggers will be allowed but will start behind all runners and walkers.
Additional Information Regarding Headphone Use:
The use of personal music devices is strongly discouraged at this race. To enjoy all that our race has to offer and for the safety of all participants, Start 2 Finish Charlotte encourages a headphone-free environment during the running of the Charlotte 10-Miler and 4 Mile Run.
We believe your race experience and those around you will be greatly enhanced by leaving the headphones at home or in the car. Running headphone-free allows opportunities to develop camaraderie with your fellow runners and to enjoy everything the race has to offer. Plus, volunteers and spectators will be on course cheering you on and providing directions to help get you to the finish line.
Runner safety has always been, and will continue to be, a top priority for our event. Please be mindful of the other participants and respect the race personnel to ensure a safe and enjoyable race for everyone.