E-racing the Blues

Date: 2014-10-26
Race Type: 5K/10k Run/Walk


Date: Sunday, October 26, 2014
Event held rain or shine
Location: Dravo Plaza, Wilmington Riverfront, Wilmington, Delaware
Time: Event:
7:30 am Registration
8:30 am 10k Run
9:45 am 5k Run
9:50 am 5k Competitive Walk Competitive Walk Rules (Below)
9:55 am 5k Recreational Walk
Course: 10K and 5K USATF Certified Start and Finish at Dravo Plaza

Team and individual registration and donations on event website.
All 5k Events: $25 pre-registration  •   $30 on the day of the event
10k: pre-registration $30  •  $35 day of the event

Pre-registration closes at midnight on 10/21/14

Amenities: Awards and prizes for individuals and teams, race t-shirts, food and entertainment.  10K awards to be presented immediately after the finish of the 10K race. 5K awards at the conclusion of the 5K events.
Timing: E-Racing the Blues will be timed by Mid-Atlantic Timing using the Jaguar Chip Timing System. The Jaguar Chip Timing System is the most advanced timing system available. Utilizing timing chips on the bib and overhead antennas, there is no fuss for the participants to attach chips on their shoes and no mats on the ground. Simply wear your bib as instructed, and run through the finish arch.  As you cross the finish line, look up at the large screen displays with the race clock and see your name in lights!
10K run is the statechampionship race as designated by the RRCA


What makes the 5K Competitive Walk different from the 5K Recreational Walk?

Participants in the Competitive Walk are competing for time and must comply with specific rules.  NO RUNNING OR JOGGING IS ALLOWED.  Race monitors will be on the course checking how the competitive walkers comply with the walking only rule.

How will the course monitors know who is a Competitive Walker?

Competitive walkers will have different colored race bibs to help the course monitors identify them.

What happens if a Competitive Walker does run or jog?

Running or jogging will result in the participants’ removal from prize contention. 

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