50 For Florida

Distance: 50 Miles - solo & relay

MAY 4, 2019

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PANAMA CITY BEACH    PORT ST. JOE

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ABOUT THE EVENT

On October 10, 2018, the 3rd most powerful storm in American History made landfall in Mexico Beach Florida. The devastation was horrific and spread for 50 miles from Panama City Beach to Port St. Joe.  Today these cities are on the mend yet far from being restored.

Moved by the overwhelming needs created by the storm a group of Atlanta based business leaders came together to form a 3-year strategy aimed at helping create a sense of sustainability among those in a position of caring for the masses. On October 19, 2019, hundreds will unite out of a common love for running and giving back. 

The 50-mile run will span from West to East and touch the heart of each area affected by Hurricane Michael.  Join us and help make a difference.
RUNNER REGISTRATION STEPS
  
1.                              and read the entire race packet. 

2.                               us with any questions.

3. Click to

4. Specify Solo or Team runner.
    - team captain establishes & names the team
     - team captain invites others to join by  searching
       for the team name

5. Once registered                              the RaceJoy app. 
     Click the Race-Joy link above to learn more.             Droid                           Apple

EVENT SWAG

  • dual blend race tee
  • custom finisher medal 
  • award medals for solo runners  (to be mailed following the event)

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SCHEDULE

PACKET PICKUP - OCT 11
  • 11:00 am - 2:00 pm - packet pickup
  • ​Location:

RACE DAY - OCT 12
  • 5:00 am - walk-up registration & packet pickup begins
  • ​6:00 am - walk-up registration & packet pickup closes
  • 6:15 am - pre-race celebration & warmup begins
  • 6:30 am - race begins
  • 6:30 pm - race ends (for runner safety this time is strictly enforced) 

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PACE REQUIREMENTS

14.24 MM
excessive lagging will result in being transported to the next aid station to begin again.

12 HR TIME LIMIT
runners will be pulled from the route starting at 6:31 PM - from rear to front.

RUNNER REGISTRATION

​​    SOLO RUNNER
  • commits to raising $900 in pledges
  • desires to complete the entire 50-mile course
  • is to maintain an average 14.24-minute mile pace to meet the 12-hour deadline
  • 7 aid stations are available along the route
  • a 12 hr run duration is mandatory - cutoff is 6:30 PM
  • gun start with a chip bib provided with results posted following the event
  • awards will be mailed
  • participant medals will be given at check-in / packet pickup

TEAM RUNNER
  • The goal is to secure 100 teams
  • a team consists of 2 minimum and 7 maximum members
  • establishing a team and joining established team options available - simply search for a team during registration
  • each team member commits to raising $900 each.
  • each member is to maintain an average 14.24 -minute mile pace
  • 7 aid stations are available along the route and will also serve as relay exchange locations.

PLEASE NOTE
  • For your safety, relay runners must exchange positions at an aid station, random exchange locations are forbidden. Violators are subject to being pulled from the race by law enforcement with no re-entry or refund.
  • It is recommended that teams appoint a designated driver to shuttle runners to needed locations. Parking is not available at all locations - especially aid stations. 
  • gun start with a chipped bib provided - finish times will be posted following the event.  
  • participant medals will be given at check-in / packet pickup  
     

RUNNER INFO PACKET
RESULTS

ENJOY RACEJOY

For safety purposes, all race participants are required to download the RaceJoy app on a phone and carry it throughout the run. Failure to do so will result in being pulled from the route and allowed to return once done.

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Participant & Spectator Benefits

During the Race Benefits

  • Live GPS Tracking
  • GPS Progress Alerts (typically at every mile)
  • Cheer Sending
  • NearMe Proximity Alerts
  • MeetUp Mapping
  • Interactive Course Map

  • Race Day Monitoring System
  • Race Operations Tracking
  • Communications System
  • Custom Components
  • Geo Cheer Points
  • Interactive, Custom Course Map
  • Option: Live Scored Results

HOW TO
FEATURES

Click                                      for video tutorials.

Click                                      to learn more.

VOLUNTEERS

It would be impossible to do a run like this without an army of dedicated volunteers. 
Each position has very specific locations, time slots, and duties. We will do our best to explain all the needed details to help each volunteer know what to expect so they can prepare. All we ask is that you take the time to read it. Please download the volunteer packet, read through the details carefully and contact us with any questions

VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION STEPS

1. Download and read the entire vol. packet. 

2.                               us with any questions.

3. Click to

4. Specify the desired position(s) and shift(s). 
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VOLUNTEER INFO PACKET

AID STATIONS

PURPOSE

  • each station serves both solo and team runners
  • relay transition spots for team runners
  • NOTE:
            - transitions anywhere else are prohibited
           - relay transitions should be timely - remember the 12 hr cutoff at 6:30 PM
           - relay runners should be dropped off as parking will only be available for volunteers working the aid station.

The following aid stations are noted "bag drops" for the marathon and up distance runners. (26.2+ mile runners)
Aid Stations: 2 - 4 - 6 - 8

Marathon+ runners may check up to 2 labeled 1-gallon sized ziplock support bags (total). Please note which aid station(s) you wish them to be placed.

PRINT MAP

Sample Label to include ALL of the following. Secure a label to each bag.

Boyd Evans
123 Paradise Drive
Mexico Beach, FL 33333
(850) 555-5555 (mobile)
1of 2 bags (or 2 of 2)
Aid Station #4

Note: All routes, maps, and aid station locations are subject to change without notice as the event is in the permitting phase with  7 Florida Governtmental organizations. Once all routes are approved and confirmed it will be noted here.

STATION #1 - Mile 6 area

STATION #2 - Mile 12 area

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STATION #4 - Mile 24 area (also the supply trailer location)

STATION #3 - Mile 18 area

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STATION #5 - Mile 30 area

STATION #6 - Mile 36 area

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STATION #8 - Mile 50 - Finish Line

STATION #7 - Mile 42 area

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