10.6- and 9-Milers
|ENTRY FEE FOR THE 10.6-MILER||
$100 through 8/24/13
|ENTRY FEE FOR THE 9-MILER||
$95 effective 07/15/13 through 12/31/13
|RACE DATE||April 27, 2014|
|CONFIRMATION||Online entries will be confirmed by e-mail from Active.com. If you have spam filters and/or firewalls in place we cannot guarantee you will receive this email. Entries may be confirmed online after 24 hours by going to the "Entry Confirmation" link and entering your last name only|
Per the marathon running industry policy, all entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. This policy applies to all entrants and is in effect whether you are injured, have an unexpected family/business emergency, have a medical emergency, etc. If the course has to be changed or the race cancelled due to an act of nature, there are no refunds or rollovers. There are NO exceptions.
You do have the option to purchase Registration Protector at the time of registration (available on the payment page) through Active.com. To learn more about this program, click HERE.
|ENTRIES & ELIGIBILITY||There are 2,600 combined entries available for the 10.6- and 9-Milers. You must be at least 10 years of age or older to register. The 10.6-Miler will have 1,600 slots and the 9-Miler will have 1,000. Both events fill fast so don't wait to register! Sorry, no animals, pacers, skates, skateboards, bikes, baby joggers or children/infants in backpacks allowed on the course. No bandits. No exceptions.|
|SHIRTS & SIZING||
Participant shirts are an ASICS technical fabric shirt in gender specific sizing. Please see the size chart below.
|FINISH||Both the 10.6 and the 9-Milers end at Marathon Village at Highway One and Rio Road.|
|IPODS AND AUDIO DEVICES||
USA Track & Field has amended Rule 144.3, which pertains to the use of headphones and other electronic devices, to enable race directors to choose to allow the use of headphones by runners in non-championship races. The rule now reads:
"The following shall be considered assistance and therefore not allowed:
The visible possession or use by athletes of video, audio, or communications devices in the competition area. The Games Committee for an LDR event may allow the use of portable listening devices not capable of receiving communication; however, those competing in Championships for awards, medals, or prize money may not use such devices."
We truly hope you'll opt to leave your headsets at home and instead let the incredible scenery and music we provide on the course serve as your motivation and inspiration.
|PARTICIPANT SHIRTS & MEDALLIONS||All participants receive an ASICS technical fabric shirt in gender specific sizing and a unique ceramic finisher medallion.|
|WALKING CLINIC||Presented by Jeff Galloway
Saturday, April 26th at the Monterey Conference Center in the Steinbeck Forum.
|TIMING||Bib-tag timing is provided by South Valley Endurance.
Both the 10.6 and 9-Milers are timed but NON-COMPETITVE fitness events and there are no overall or age-group awards. You may either run or walk the course or do a combination of both.
|THE ROCKY POINT 10.6 MILER|
|STARTING TIME||7:00 a.m.|
|STARTING PLACE||Rocky Point Restaurant. All 10.6-Milers are bused to the start of the event from locations in Monterey and Carmel. Departures places will be posted in the Race Weekend Instructions.|
|COURSE||A point to point course beginning at mile 15.6 of the Marathon course on Highway One and finishing at the Marathon Finish line near Rio Road. Sorry, no animals, pacers, skates, skateboards, bikes, baby joggers or children/infants in backpacks allowed on the course. No bandits. No exceptions.|
|THE PT. LOBOS 9-MILER|
Robert Louis Stevenson called Pt. Lobos "The greatest meeting of land and water in the world."
|STARTING TIME||7:45 AM|
|STARTING PLACE||Rio Road at Highway One. Participants provide their own transportation to the start of the 9-Miler. There is ample parking in the Crossroads Shopping Village adjacent to Marathon Village (finish and start area).|
|COURSE||A loop course beginning and ending at the Marathon finish. The Pt. Lobos 9-Miler follows the Big Sur 5K course south on Highway One to Pt. Lobos. Here participants do a loop of the park (3.7 miles) and then return to the Marathon finish line. (course has been changed for 2014 to be an accurate 9 mile distance). Sorry, no animals, pacers, skates, skateboards, bikes, baby joggers or children/infants in backpacks allowed on the course. No bandits. No exceptions.|
|COURSE MAP||To view the 9-Miler course map and elevation chart, click HERE.|