Are race shirts unisex or men/women?
The shirts are gender specific. Please choose the applicable option when registering.
Can I exchange my race shirt?
Shirt Exchange is not available for the race so please be as specific as possible when ordering.
What are the start times for each race?
Click here for the Road Race schedule.
What are the awards times?
The awards will be given out immediately following the end of the 10Miler.
When is Package Pick-up?
Details will be released leading up to the Road Race.
TRANSFERS AND REFUNDS
If I can’t make the race can I get a refund?
No, there are no refunds for the race.
Can I transfer my bib to another person?
No, unfortunately we cannot permit transferring your bib to another person.
How frequent are the markers?
For the 10Miler, they will be on the course at each mile. For the 10km and 3km race, there will be markers at each kilometre.
Will there be water stations? What will be offered at the water stations?
Yes, there will be water stations on the course. Water will be offered to all racers.
Where are the washrooms located?
Washrooms will be located at the venue (St. Albert Curling Club).
Are there restrictions on how I can participate?
No roller blades allowed on the course.
Can I bring my dog?
Animals are not allowed out the race course.
Will roads be impacted?
On Sunday, April 23, the streets of St. Albert will be closed intermittently surrounding the Grandin, Lacombe Park and Mission areas.
1KM FUN RUN/WALK
What is the Kids 1km fun Run/Walk? How long does it take?
The Kids 1km fun Run/Walk is designed for kids of all ages. The run is a mass start and should take approximately 10-15 minutes.
May I run with my child during the Kids Run?
Is there a minimum age for the 1km kids fun run?
No minimum age for the race. The youngest division for awards is U6 (age 5 and under).
Which events are timed?
The 5km, 10km, and 10Miler are timed. The 1km fun Run/Walk is NOT timed.
When and where will results be posted?
Results will be posted on our website following the race.
Could there be a discrepancy between the chip time and my GPS?
Yes, there could be; a distance discrepancy could be the results of a number of things: Runners may add distance by starting back of the start line, tend to take longer turns, water stops, inexperience of the course, softer side on the roadway or not consistently running a straight line.
Consumer grade GPS units take readings which can be plotted on a graph, the readings can be every 1 to 20 seconds. The readings are affected by satellite position, signal noise, natural barriers or where/how your GPS unit is held (e.g. on your arm). GPS units are listed as accurate within 3-10m, this applies throughout the course of readings. Road race courses are measured using a calibrated mechanical counter measuring the ‘shortest possible route’ (SPR). Multiple measures are compared to ensure accuracy. Over the total distance it is common to have a GPS register a distance longer than the measured distance.
How long do I have to complete my race?
The roads will be completely open to traffic by 12pm noon.