Packet-pickup will be on Saturday, July 2nd ONLY at the Provo Rec Center on Cougar Court. We will be open from 9:00am till 5:00pm. Fact is we have difficulty staffing additional days of packet pickup. We love our volunteers! You could be one of them!
At packet-pickup, you will receive your bib number with a timing chip attached, your race shirt, and a bag of goodies (if sponsors give us some goodies). You need to show ID to pick-up your packet. We do allow family members to pick-up packets of their relations but they must sign for the goods!
If after you pick-up your packet you do not come to the race, you are responsible for getting the timing chip back to the Freedom Festival offices. (Their address is printed on the chip, which looks like a half a credit card with holes in it.) All racers are expected to return their chip at the finish line. A $5 fee is charged for all missing chips.
Disclaimer: Shirts and other goodies are distributed at packet-pickup. They are not available to those that miss the event. You are buying admission to the event, not the bag of goodies.
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Fee increases and rates are as follows:
|Date:||1-mile fee||5K fee||10K fee|
|Through May 14||$15||$17||$22|
|July 2 (in-person registration rate):||$20||$30||$35|
*No refunds will be granted after race registration is complete.
*In-person registration: July 2nd ONLY at packet pickup location (Provo Recreation Center). NO in-person registration on day of race!
Special note for online registration: Online registration closes at 8:30pm, July 1.
Special note for packet pick-up: Packet pick up is July 2 ONLY. NO registration or packet pick up available on race day!
Timing is done via “chip” timing. Each participant will receive an RFID chip that they will zip tie to their shoe. This technology allows us to capture the time from when you cross the start line till when you cross the finish line. Make sure you don’t lose you chip. We will be using recyclable timing chips this year, so look for the chip return buckets around Kiwanis Park after you cross the finish line!
Runner positioning should coincide with your bib number. We will assign bib numbers based on your self-reported expected pace. Ultimately we really need the fast runners in the front and the slower runners toward the back at the starting line. Remember: your official chip timing does not start until you cross the start mat, so keeping an order to the speed of runners keeps the race flowing smoothly!
If you intend to push a wheeled device (stroller), we require that you start with the other wheeled devices after the runners have gone. Strollers can really jam up the works and we really don’t want any collisions between runners and strollers. Please be very attentive of all the runners and walkers around you. Give runners a wide berth if you pass them.
No bicycles, unicycles, or other wheeled devices (exception: strollers) allowed on the course.
On-course Water Stations
The 10K has two on-course water stations. One just after the 3M mark and one just after the 5M mark. We want to keep you hydrated!
Race Shirt Sizes - click image for larger scale.
Run Participant List – Click here to see
Post Race Food
We will load up on post-race refreshments. It is tough to have a full selection of everything by the end of the race. No guarantees, but we will do our best to keep everything stocked to the very end.
Close parking is a challenge. To park near the Kiwanis park, we encourage you to park in the big BYU parking lots surrounding the law school, surrounding the Taylor building on 9th East and around the elementary school. Some side street parking can be found as well. We prohibit parking on the race route. If you are running the 5K, you might want to park in the parking lots near the 5K start at 800N and 600E (approach from the south as 800 N will be closed).
Results 2016: Click here
Results 2017: Click here
We always need volunteer help to make the run happen!
Friday 7/1 – 5pm-8pm (Load trucks, organize awards, set up for packet pick up)
Saturday 7/2 – 8am-6pm (Packet pick-up)
Sunday 7/3 – 5pm-8pm (Set up at Kiwanis Park)
Monday 7/4 – 5am-1pm (Awards, finish line duties, traffic control, take down)
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