- Start, finish and post race festivities take place at The Sullivan at Rock Hill – 283 Rock Hill Drive, Rock Hill, NY. Google Map
Bib and Packet Pick Up
- Hoping this virus is behind us! We will adhere to all State and CDC regulations regarding COVID-19. Check website regularly for updates.
- Pick up bib/packet either Saturday or on race day at the Sullivan.
- Saturday March 13th from 3:00 p.m. (don’t be showing up at 2:45 and tell me you were just in the area and dropped by) to 6:00 p.m. at the Sullivan or Race Day Registration/packet pickup starting at 7:00 am at The Ramada Sullivan.
- 10:00 a.m. March 14th, 2021. Official Start. We will follow all CDC and state regulations regarding gatherings.
- 9:30 a.m. Early Start option is available only to those who expect to finish in more than 2 hours 30 minutes. Subject to Race Director’s discretion. Early Start is meant to allow walkers and slower runners to finish with the pack and join the post race festivities, food & awards ceremony. If you plan on finishing faster than 2 1/2 hours, do not take the early start option or you may be DQ and not be eligible for awards and piss off the race director. She is mean.
- Switching to a different start on race day without notifying us creates a timing scoring chaos! Don’t.
- Walker Start is 8:45 a.m. Walkers must have one foot on the ground at all times (two off the ground you’re running or flying!) Walkers who are seen running (or flying) by spotters will be scored as runners.
- Course and finish line closes at 1:30 PM. That gives you 5 hours to finish the race.
- New design Jackets to first 500 registered participants. Prior year SWAG and very beautiful available to those who come after the 500 #.
- Unpicked SWAG is not mailed.
- Personalized bibs when registered by February 20.
- Medals to all finishers
Lucia Rein Two Person Relay
Lucia walked CLHM years before being diagnosed with cancer. She continued to walk the race while fighting. When it became difficult for her to breath and still wanted to participate, the Two Person Relay was created for her. Ideal for those who want to be part of the race and its cause, but are unable to do the entire distance. 1st leg 7.5 miles, 2nd leg 5.6.
First leg starts with 10:00 am participants. Buses transport partners to the exchange and pick up the ones already done. We encourage you to take the buses.
During The Race
- Water and Gatorade available every two miles
- Gels handed out at approximately mile 5.5
- On Course Porta potties available at miles 3, and 10. One more at relay exchange mile 7.5, and if you spot one somewhere along the way, use it. If on our course, it’s game.
- Main portions of The course will be closed to traffic.
- Finisher’s Medal to all who cross the finish line
- Professional Photography by Steve Kiel Photography on course and finish line.
After The Race
- Lunch by The Outback of Middletown if gatherings allowed by CDC guidelines – offered to Participants ONLY while quantities last. We try to feed everyone, but if we run out, please be understanding. If you have special dietary needs or preferences, please plan accordingly.
- Massage offered by Tony Trujillo.
Post Race Awards presented to
- Top 3 overall male and female
- Top 3 overall cancer survivors male and female (may place in other categories)
- Top 3 overall in the Walkers category
- Top 3 overall in the Relay category
- Top 3 male and female in the following age groups of the Run category: 16 and under, 17-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 – 79 and 80 and over because 80 and up are awesome!
Certification & Timing
- Professionally electronically timed by Super Race Systems.
- USATF Course Certification by Race Consultant, Brian Cavanagh. USATF CERTIFICATION #NY10002JG
C3 – The Celebrate Club Cup
- The C3 will be presented to the Club with the most PRE-registered members. Must have over 15 members pre-registered to qualify.
- The Fast C3 will be awarded to the Club with the fastest times of their top 5 runners.
- Carpooling is advisable. You may park at Crystal Run Health Care. Please refrain from parking in the church parking lot and on the road near the start/finish area.
- We regret there are no refunds.
The Motivational Mile –
A display of names honoring a loved one who has faced cancer and/or encouraging one of the participants. The names stretch along mile one and 11 reminding you with each step you take of the contribution you are making in the fight against cancer. To include the name of someone you would like to honor and remember in your run, submit a donation of $40 per sign. You may take the sign with you on your second round (mile 11.)
Pay by PayPal or send check with name of Honoree to PO Box 965 Rock Hill, NY 12775. Expect email from Race Director Myriam Loor verifying the information before the race. If you do not get an email directly from Race Director at some point, yell at her preferably before the race. Remember she observes Lent and is not drinking at that time.
All Motivational Mile signs are confirmed before printing. If you didn’t hear from me…I don’t have it and you won’t see it.