The Santa Run Team strives to keep our event fun while ensuring the safety of our runners and volunteers. This would be difficult to do without some written policies and rules. It would be impossible to do without our racers and volunteers’ participation. What does this mean?
For the organizing team it means:
Putting on a well-organized event including clear and thorough race information for our racers and volunteers, a well marked race course with marshals at key points along the course, good support at the start/finish area and along the course, available first aid, a clear registration policy and all the other hundreds of things that go into a successful event.
For you, our racers, it means:
Having fun, being well prepared, reading ALL race information and asking questions if needed, reviewing the course, carrying nutrition and water, dressing appropriately for the weather, bringing dry clothes for post race and following race rules and etiquette.
For our volunteers it means:
Having fun, being well prepared for changing weather conditions, reading ALL volunteer information and asking questions if needed, reviewing the course, bringing a snack and water, arriving at the scheduled time and understanding how much the Santa Run Team and your fellow runners appreciate your contribution.