Race Bib Numbers
All participants MUST wear their race bib number on the front in order to cross the Coronado Bridge. The number is required to record your time and place (If the timing option is chosen during registration), and to pick up your event T-shirt and Finisher’s Medal. Numbers are non-transferable so no one else may wear a number assigned to you.
You may check in your warm-ups at the start line near registration. All items turned in by 7:30 am will be available for pick up at the finish line by 8 am. All items turned in after 7:30 am will be available after 9 am. All bags subject to search. Do not leave any bags unattended at any time during the event. Do NOT pack valuables. MWR is not responsible for lost items. Bags may be claimed at the finish line when you present your race number.
Each participant who crosses the finish line receives a commemorative finisher’s medal. Simply redeem the tear-away tag from your race bib number at the FINISHER’S MEDAL BOOTH, AFTER the finish line to collect your medal.
Commemorative high-quality 100% pre-shrunk cotton T-shirts are distributed to all registered participants at the Pre-Race Packet Pick-Up event at Road Runner Sports and AFTER the finish line booth in Tidelands Park. You must present your race bib to claim your T-shirt. Sizes are available while supplies last.
Awards are presented to the TOP THREE (3) finishers in each AGE division at the awards table next to the stage. Age divisions are as follows: 12 & under, 13-17, 18-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, and 80+. Awards handout will begin around 9:15 am.
Invite your friends to cheer for you at the finish line and celebrate at the post-race party at Tidelands Park in Coronado. Enjoy refreshments, live music, and sponsor booths. Make plans to stick around for the awards presentation and terrific drawing prizes from approximately 9:15 am-10:30 am. You must be present to win drawing prizes.
Water & Restrooms
Water and restrooms are available at the start and finish line and before the bridge at the Chicano Park water station. It is your responsibility to remain sufficiently hydrated throughout the race. Please keep in mind, all participants must be on the bridge by 8:45 am, approximately 1 mile, to allow for the reopening of traffic lanes.
As always, we ask that participants take personal responsibility for your safety. If you have a temperature and/or are not feeling well, do not attend the event. Your safety is of utmost importance to us. Below are some guidelines to help keep everyone safe:
Anyone who is sick, feeling any symptoms of fever, cough or trouble breathing should stay home. If you are a participant, remember that a friend/family member can pickup your bib number and t-shirt, provided they have a copy of your ID and registration confirmation.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then dispose of it. We will have tissues, wipes and trash cans readily available to assist you. Be sure to wash your hands often with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds.