Check your final race results HERE!
Now that you have registered for the Kaiser Permanente Running of the Elk, following is some information you may find useful:
Final Information Email:
All participants (who provided a valid email) should expect to receive a final e-mail confirmation / event reminder approximately four days before the event.
FINAL EVENT INSTRUCTIONS
Running of the Elk Half Marathon, 10K: 7:30 am sharp!
THRIVE 5K: 7:45 am sharp!
KIDS FUN RUN: 10:30 a.m.
Please allow enough time prior to the race start times to get to the starting line.
(Packet pickup is available on race morning starting at 6:30 am)
On course photography provided by Facchino Photography – Click Here
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A sweat check will be set up at the site area for you to leave your warmer layers of clothing, and retrieve after you finish. Please, no valuables, as we cannot be responsible for them. The sweat check will be secure until 12:30 pm.
On Site Registration & Packet Pickup
You can pick up your race packet Friday, March 31st (3 p.m. to 7 p.m.) or Saturday, April 1st (10 am- 6 pm) at the Running Zone (8470 Elk Grove Boulevard, Elk Grove).
NOTE: You may also pick up your race packets on Race Day as well starting at 6:30 am.
Their is plenty of parking a the event site: 8260 Longleaf Dr. – You will only be able to enter with a vehicle from Longleaf Dr. & Big Horn Blvd.
Registered Participant List:
A registered participant list is posted online here for your convenience. You can search your first or your last name in the white search box in the upper right hand corner of the grid.
Note: Please allow 3 business days for online entries to appear on this list; 10 days from date of entries for Running Zone entries to appear on this list.
Results, Awards & Half Marathon Finisher’s Medal
The Half Marathon, and Thrive 5k/10k will be timed using disposable chip timing. Two label-thin timing chips will be adhered to the back of your race bib. There’s nothing to put on your shoe or remove – simply wear your bib on the front of your body. Make sure it is not obscured by clothing or race belts.
At the start line, line up according to pace. 6:00/mile runners and faster should be at the front, and so on, with walkers and baby strollers/joggers in the back. No rush on getting to the start line right after the gun goes off – remember your time does not start until you cross the start mats.
At the race finish line, Half Marathoners will be awarded their beautiful, Running of the Elk Half Marathon finisher’s medal.