Packet Pick-Up
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Marathon Relay Entry Fee:

Early - (January 11 - October 1)
Regular - (October 2 - October 13)
Late - (October 14 - October 16)

Age Groups: (age groups are based on the average age of all participants)
0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85-89, 90+

- Male
- Female
- Co-Ed - Requires that at least two members are of the opposite sex from the other three.
- Military
- Law Enforcement
- Pueblo

Fee Includes:
New Dri-Release Moisture-Wicking Long Sleeve Shirt;
Finishers Pin;
Race Bib;
Race Packet;
Post Race Festival;
Post Race Refreshments

There are NO refunds and it is not possible to transfer your registration to someone else. There is a $15 event transfer fee.

Marathon Relay
The Course
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Start Time:
7:00 a.m.

Starting Line:

3rd St. and Tijeras

Marathon Relay Awards Ceremony:
Awards for all events will be announced as soon as results are verified.

Transition Points:

First leg is 4.8 miles long, from the Starting Line at Third & Tijeras Avenue to Transition #1, on the Paseo del Bosque Trail at Gabaldon Place. Access to the transition point is from Rio Grande Blvd., turn west on Mountain Rd. to Gabaldon Rd. Turn on Gabaldon Rd., under I-40 to Gabaldon Pl. with parking lot at the end of the road.

Second leg is 6.2 miles long, from Transition #1 at Gabaldon Pl to Transition #2 at mile 11, on the trail parallel to Paseo del Norte Blvd. Access the transition point by driving north on Rio Grande Blvd. Before crossing over Paseo del Norte Blvd., turn left on the gravel road to enter the parking lot.

Third leg is 4.2 miles long, from Transition #2 to the turnaround at mile 13.1 and returning to Transition #3 (same place and access as Transition #2)

Fourth leg is 6.2 miles long, from Transition #3 to Transition #4 at Paseo del Bosque Trail at Gabaldon Pl. (same as Transition #1).

Fifth leg is 4.8 miles long, from Transition #4 at Gabaldon Pl. to the Finish Line at Third & Tijeras Ave.

Water Station, portable toilets, and official observer at each transition point. Runners responsible for own transportation to transition points.


Overall Winners – Award Medals will be given to the winning team in each category (Co-Ed, Female and Male, as well as Law Enforcement, Military and Pueblo). Medals will be distributed at the Awards Table as soon as team results have been verified. There are no age group medals for the Marathon Relay.