Restrictions: Participants in the Team Relay must be at least 14 years old.
HOW IT WORKS
Each relay team will be issued four bibs with an identical number and ONE D-Tag and a velco strap. Runners are to pass the velcro strap to their teammates at the exchange points. Runners may carry the velcro band in their hand but DO NOT crush or bend the orange D-Tag as this may damage the timing responder.
The first runner (Leg #1) will start marathon field. There is not a separate start for the Relay Teams. The other three team members will need to be at their exchange zone well before the fastest runners pass by, as area roads will close. (DETAILS ON TRANSPORTATION ARE BELOW).
On the course, signs will designate the location of the upcoming exchange point. Upon entering the exchange area, incoming runners should make sure their bib number is visible. A volunteer will announce the incoming runner’s bib number to the waiting runners via megaphone and signs will mark the bib number ranges.
Each relay runner will pass the Velcro band to the next relay runner at the relay exchange point. Depending on the exchange location, timing mats may be located before or after the exchange area.
- Know your teammate’s pace, keep track of the race time, and know when to expect him/her.
- Wear or carry something easily identifiable by the incoming runner at the exchange.
- Assist your fellow runners by shouting all incoming bib numbers.
Packet Pick Up
All runners are required to pick up their packets at the Health & Fitness Expo on Thursday or Friday prior to race day. The expo is located in The Baltimore Convention Center Hall G. for more details, click here. THERE WILL BE NO RACE DAY PACKET PICK UP.
Transportation and Exchange Points
PLEASE NOTE EXCHANGE POINTS.
The first exchange point location is on Art Museum Drive near the campus of Johns Hopkins University. The second exchange point is on Key Highway at Rash Field (near Maryland Science Center) and the third exchange point is at Lake Clifton High School.
|Relay||Start||Finish||Bus Departs at|
|Leg 1 (5.7 mi)||Russell & Camden||Art Museum Dr.||NO BUS|
|Leg 2 (7 mi)||Art Museum Dr.||MD Science Ctr||7:30 AM for Art Museum|
|Leg 3 (6.3 mi)||MD Science Ctr||Lake Clifton H.S||NO BUS|
|Leg 4 (7 mi)||Lake Clifton H.S.||M&T Bank Stadium||8:30 AM for Lake Clifton H.S.|
All buses leave from the west side of M&T Bank Stadium (Russell St.). Runners may provide their own transportation/car pool to their exchange points but be aware there will be limited parking and access at each site and throughout the course. THERE IS NOT TRANSPORTATION FOR THE RELAY EXCHANGE AT RASH FIELD. RUNNERS FINISHING LEG 2 AND RUNNERS STARTING LEG 3 FROM THIS LOCATION MUST WALK TO AND FROM THE STADIUM.
BUSES WILL LEAVE PROMPTLY AT POSTED TIMES. ALL BUSES LEAVE AT ONCE AT THE POSTED TIME. IF YOU MISS THIS BUS, YOU WILL HAVE TO FIND YOUR OWN MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO THE EXCHANGE. DO NOT MISS THESE BUSES!!!
Buses will bring runners back from the Art Museum Drive and Lake Clifton High School locations.
Runners participating in the 4-Person Team Relay will receive the following:
Under Armour performance shirt (men’s and women’s styles available), and post-race food & beverage. A medal will be given to all finishers.
For an Under Armour Size Chart, click here.
Course Amenities include:
- Baggage check at M&T Bank Stadium,
- Free parking in select stadium lots
- Mile Marker sign at each mile,
- Clocks at various splits on the course
- Fluid stations on the course (water and Gatorade),
- Fruit, pretzels, potato chips, energy gel and other snacks (1 location on course),
- Toilets at start/finish and various points on the course.
2016 Team Relay Race Premium
Corporate Cup: A race within a race, the Corporate Cup is a great opportunity for the Baltimore business community to be a part of the event. The Corporate Cup is open to any 4-person relay team with at least two teammates that are employed by the same company, or members of the same organization. The Corporate Cup, a large perpetual trophy (one trophy), will be awarded to the winning team (male, female or mixed) and can be displayed at your place of business for one year.
This year MedStar Sports Health will provide medical support on the course and in the finish line area. The MedStar staff will include certified doctors, registered nurses, physician assistants and EMTs and will provide the necessary medical attention to any patient in need. We are grateful to have MedStar Sports Health associated with the event.
Gatorade Endurance Formula (Lemon-Lime flavor) will be served at each aid station along the course of this year’s race. Gatorade Endurance Formula is a specialized sports drink that contains approximately twice the amount of sodium (200 mg per 8 ounces) of Gatorade Thirst Quencher, along with chloride, potassium, magnesium and calcium to help sustain hydration by more fully replacing what is lost in sweat. Gatorade Endurance Formula also contains a 6% carbohydrate solution (14 grams per 8 ounces), just like Gatorade Thirst Quencher, which research shows is optimal to help speed fluid back into the body and fuel working muscles. Gatorade Endurance Formula is available in 34 ounce and 24 ounce sport bottles at major grocery and convenience stores nationwide, and Gatorade Endurance Formula powder is available at specialty athletic stores and at www.gatorade.com/endurance. For more information about Gatorade Endurance Formula, please visit www.itsonthecourse.com.