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Weld Your Mettle Running Event

Sat May 25 - Sun May 26 Eaton, CO 80615 US Directions

Q & A

How relay teams work:

Each relay member will take turns running the 4 mile loop following each other in order, for the duration of the event they signed up for. Teams are allowed to take breaks between loops to rest, eat, use the restrooms, etc. or you can keep running consistently. Upon check-in, relay teams will submit a running order roster and must remain in that order to be "competitive" but may switch it up or start in an unorganized way, and become "helter skelter", meaning you're ineligible for top finisher team awards BUT will still receive a medal, official finishing time, etc. 

The Experience

Near the Star/Finish line, teams and runners may day and/or night camp in a designated area. All camp supplies must be provided by campers and tents / awnings must be properly staked down. Near the start/finish line you'll also have access to: portable toilets, hand washing stations, barn with warm and cold food available 24/7 for runners only, music (some live music), coffee, water and electrolytes. Crew and spectators are allowed. 

How to Register a Team

The Team Captain registers, pays, creates team name/password. Each additional teammate signs up with team name and password provided by the captain.

Race/Course Details:

Leashed dogs are allowed and strollers are allowed. Scooters and bikes are not allowed.

Course cutoff times - the race crew and timer will remain until all participants are done. If you drop out of the race, you must notify 
Race Director Mandy at 970-213-7258

Aid Stations on the course will have water and water cups. Some aid stations will have Hoist electrolyte drinks and basic runner nutrition including gels, gummies, bananas, watermelon, etc. See the Event Maps section for more details. Most Aid Stations will also have a portable toilet at the location or nearby.

Races are all chip timed. You'll receive a text message after you finish with your results. Results will also be posted on the official race website within 24 hours of the race. 

Overall top finisher awards are given based on Gun Time. Age Group awards are given based on Chip Timing. 

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