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Salmon Run FAQ2019-03-09T23:06:55-08:00

Frequently Asked Questions

What measures are being taken to make sure no one is exposed to COVID-19?2020-12-31T10:26:52-08:00

All runners will wear masks at the start and finish lines.

All runners will adhere to social distancing protocols at the start and finish lines.

All staff will wear masks.

All aid station volunteers and food handlers will wear masks and gloves.

Hand sanitizer will be available at the start and finish lines.

Starts will be staggered in four waves per distance to spread out runners.

Race is chip-timed, enabling runners to start at their leisure and comfortably distanced from other runners.

Volunteers will help direct finishers away from the finish line to avoid crowding.

Participants are encouraged to limit their family/spectators to one person per runner to avoid crowding at the finish.

Food will be individually wrapped and beer available in cans.

Vendors at the finish line area will wear masks and adhere to social distancing protocols.

There will be no awards ceremony this year; winners will be recognized online only.

Does Salmon Run have a beneficiary? If so, what do they get?2019-02-26T17:10:24-08:00

Yes, Salmon Run proudly sponsors The Environmental Center. You can find out more about this area nonprofit at this link.

Where and when is the packet pickup for Salmon Run?2020-11-30T16:12:48-08:00

Packet pick-up dates and times are TBD.

Can I walk?2019-02-28T13:22:44-08:00

Absolutely! We encourage all runners to participate. All we ask is that walkers start in the back to allow the faster runners to get through. The cutoff for official timing is 1 pm. All runners still on course at 1pm will be shuttled back to the finish area.

Will there be mile markers on the course?2019-02-28T12:14:32-08:00

All courses will have mile markers. Courses will be marked with directional arrows & signs.

How is the Salmon Run timed?2020-11-30T16:14:37-08:00

The race will be professionally timed and results posted online no later than the Sunday after race day. The results will also be available immediately following the race.

May I run with my dog?2019-02-28T12:18:26-08:00

No, we ask that you leave Fido at home. Service dogs are allowed, but we ask that you notify the race director prior to the event: race@layitoutevents.com.

What is the race terrain like?2020-11-30T16:17:46-08:00

All new courses for 2021! All three distances start and finish at Pronghorn Resort and include a mixture of pavement and gravel through the resort and continuing with dirt trails through BLM land.

Can someone pick up my race packet for me?2019-02-28T15:46:36-08:00

Yes. As long as you have signed the registration waiver online.  To see if you have done so, follow your registration link in your confirmation email.

What kind of awards will be presented?2019-02-28T12:26:21-08:00

Awards will be given out to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall winners as well as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall Masters (40+) winners for all distances.

Do I need to bring anything with me to packet pick-up?2019-02-28T12:29:13-08:00

If you have your email confirmation, that is helpful in case we have trouble locating your race packet.

Can I pick up my packet on race morning?2020-11-30T16:19:17-08:00

There will be late packet pick-up and registration on race day at the start area from 8 to 8:45am.

Are there finisher’s medals?2020-11-30T16:20:38-08:00

Yes! All finishers (all distances) receive a custom-designed medal.

Will medical and first aid be provided?2019-02-28T13:28:07-08:00

Adventure Medics believes in providing medical services that go beyond the status quo. Whether covering an event, supporting wildland fire operations or providing training to the public or medical professionals they like to do things a little different.

Because they have a unique advantage of being on site as a pre-positioned resource, Adventure Medics can emphasize safety and institute preventative measures to stop injuries and medical emergencies before they occur.

Should an emergency happen the staff of EMTs, paramedics and doctors are properly equipped and possess the experience to deal with the unique challenges that come with remote medical operations. Adventure Medics believes in high quality equipment and continuous training to ensure that we can field one of the most prepared medical response teams you can find.

https://www.advmedics.com | 541-639-9993

May I listen to an iPod or other MP3 player with headphones on the course?2019-02-28T13:29:34-08:00

We love to run with music too!  All we ask is that you consider only having your headphones in one ear and/or keep the volume of your music reasonable so you can be aware of your surroundings and other people on the course.

Have more questions? Email race@layitoutevents.com

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