Florida Coast 2 Coast Relay
Get Ready for the Florida C2C Relay Race
The inaugural Florida Coast 2 Coast relay is a 200 mile point-to-point relay with male, female, and co-ed teams of 12 covering the distance, taking turns throughout the day and night. While each team member is running their section of the course, their teammates will shuttle ahead via their own vans to the next relay checkpoint to await the approaching team member.
The inaugural Florida Coast to Coast relay is a 200 mile point-to-point relay with male, female, and co-ed teams of 12 covering 200 miles, with racers taking turns throughout the day and night to cover the distance. While each team member is running their section of the course, their teammates will shuttle ahead via their own vans to the next relay checkpoint to await the approaching team member.
Teams will run from east to west along the Coast-to-Coast Trail System, as well as roads when necessary, finishing up on the beautiful Pinellas Trail.
Event Format: Running Race: 200 Mile Relay Race
Estimated Time on course: 24-36 hours.
*36 hours maximum time on course
|5/10/2018||Thursday||7:00pm||Mandatory team meeting (location TBD)|
|5/11/2018||Friday||5:00am||First Available Start Times – 10 teams released in per wave|
|5/11/2018||Friday||3:00pm||Last Start Time – 6 minute mile pace|
|5/12/2018||Saturday||2:00pm||First racers across the finish line|
|5/12/2018||Saturday||6:30pm||Finish line cut-off|
2018 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
*Prices listed are per runner. Each runner is responsible for completing and paying for their own registration via Athlinks Registration.
*The first 500 runners to complete their registration will receive the lowest price. Prices increase with each additional 500 registrations until the event is sold out.
*The 2018 Florida C2C Relay will be limited to 2000 competitors, so sign up now in order to guarantee your entry.
*All entry fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.
- If the event is sold out, the entry fee is NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE.
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries involving transfers.
Start Building Your Teams Now!
Team captains that are not afraid of a little organization and a ton of motivation, we’re looking for you!
Round up your friends, create your team, and stay on top of your teammates until they’re all signed up and ready to rock! If you’re a Type A runner that is always organized and always has a plan, now is the chance to show off your skills.
Looking for additional team members? RSVP on our Facebook Event Page in order to meet new friends and future teammates!
Race For Free
The first 50 team captains to complete their team (all team members registered) will have their personal race entry refunded to them. That’s a savings of at least $125, which can be shared with your teammates, used to stock up on race supplies, or saved for the finish line celebration!
Register Your Team
STEP 1: In order to create a new team, the team captain must first choose which race category to run in, at the start of the registration process.
Choose from these Race Categories:
- Co-Ed Relay Teams
- Women’s Relay Teams
- Men’s Relay Teams
Ultra Distance Relay
- Co-Ed Relay Teams
- Women’s Relay Teams
- Men’s Relay Teams
STEP 2: Once you’ve selected the correct Race Category and entered your personal information, you will be asked if you’d like to “Create a New Team” or “Join an Existing Team”. Once you’ve selected “Create a New Team”, you will be asked to choose a team name. If your team is available, you’ll be able to continue forward with your registration. If you’re team name has already been chosen, you’ll need to enter a new team name. Don’t forget! Style points matter when it comes to best team names!
Join an Existing Team
Once your team Team Captain has completed his or her registration, you’ll be able to register and join that team. The first step is to select the correct Race Category as listed above.
During the Registration process, you will be asked if you’d like to “Create a New Team” or “Join an Existing Team”. Select “Join an Existing Team” and enter the Team Name. You must know the correct spelling of the Team Name in order to correctly join that team.
Relay teams are limited to 12 runners per team. Ultra Relay Teams are limited to 6 runners per team.
You will not be able to add additional team members once you have completed your team. If you need to transfer an entry from one runner to another, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
In order to guarantee your team’s spot in the race, all team members MUST BE registered within 60 days of creating your team. If the event sells out prior to having all of your team members registered, we can not guarantee that your team will have a space.
Get your teammates to sign up ASAP so they don’t miss out!
If you would like to start a corporate team and pay for all athletes at one time, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll assist you.
Starting Location Announced!
We’ve just locked down a beautiful location for our Start Line Festival area!
Known for its amazing sunrises and view of the Max Brewer Bridge, Sand Point Park provides the perfect backdrop to get your team ready for 200+ miles of running bliss.
We’re working diligently to finalize the course route, and we’ll be announcing the epic finish line location soon. Until then, keep training!
Introducing: C2C Team Finder Service
Runners, if you’re having a trouble filling your team, or are just looking to join an already existing team, our new Team Finder Service is here to make your life easier. Simply email us with how many people you have, and we’ll match you with others to round out your team. Send emails to email@example.com and one of our reps will get you set up. One less excuse to get signed up!
Stay tuned to the Updates section this event page for more news as it’s released.
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Rules & Regs
Each team is allowed to have TWO passenger vans in order to shuttle teammates from checkpoint to checkpoint. Each checkpoint will have different parking requirements.
*No large motorhomes allowed.
Runners will be on bike paths, bike lanes, and sidewalks as necessary.
While running at night, racers are required to wear a reflective vest, a LED headlamp, as well as flashing LED lights.
Runners will cross all intersections as pedestrians. No road closures expected.
There will be a number of checkpoints along the route.
Exact locations of checkpoints to be finalized once course route is approved.
More details coming soon!