RELAY TEAMS! New for M10M 2020!
at the M10M in 2020!
Registration for the 2020 Mission 10 Miler Relay is open!
A Team Captain may register their team, prepay the combined team entry fee, and return later to complete their team information. Registering early is a great way to ensure your team gets the best pricing as well as in tip top shape for the race!
Not ready to run a full 10 miles? Then we have exciting news! The Mission 10 Miler is offering a 2-person relay for 2020! Challenge your co-workers, family, friends, neighborhood, church group or school team to run with you on Sunday, March 29, 2020 and together you’ll have twice the fun!
Relays are one of the hottest trends on the race scene today! The 2-person relay is the perfect answer for those who prefer not to run 10 miles alone, are new to running or just prefer to run as a team! Split the course and you’ll conquer the 10-mile course together!
Compete with your teammate against other relay teams for the fastest male, female and co-ed relay teams in the 10 Miler.
Relays must have 2 participants to qualify for awards. The first teammate to register and create the relay team will pay the registration fee.
The Mission 10 Miler 2-person relay splits the course into two relay legs, five miles each.
Packets including race numbers, timing chips and runner swag bags can be picked up by one relay team member or runners can pick them up individually.
All relay participants will receive a relay race number that must be worn on the front of the runner’s shirt.
Leg From To Relay Exchange Location Distance 5 miles (turn around point for individual 10-milers).
Relay team members who are running the first leg of the relay will line up at the start line with the 10 Miler participants (in front of Harry Grove Stadium).
Relay Shuttles - Getting to and from the relay exchange area.
Details coming soon
Exchange Zone location - Directions
Details coming soon
Each team’s total elapsed time will be used to determine the winners. In the event of a tie for first place (details coming soon).
Award (details coming soon). All results released on race day are unofficial until verified through Racine. Decisions of the race director are final.
The course sweep (details coming soon). City streets, police officers and support are contracted for specific times and cannot be extended. All participants must adhere to a (details coming soon) minute/mile pace. If you cannot adhere to the scheduled pace, you will be asked to move to a sidewalk so traffic can resume. If you choose to continue after the course has reopened to traffic, there will be no medical support, fluid stations or course marshals at intersections, and the course will no longer be marked. Participants must complete the course before the course sweep or medal, finish line and timing cannot be guaranteed.
Finish Line Team Reunion
Team members waiting at the finish line for a team member will not be allowed to enter the finish line chute. Reunion location will need to be predetermined with partner somewhere inside or outside tent at Harry Grove Stadium.