You may run the Marathon Relay as a team member, and run another individual, international event (Marathon or International Half Marathon) concurrently, as long as you register for and pay the entry fee for both events. You must run Leg #1 of the Marathon Relay to avoid difficult timing issues. For this reason, you may not run the Marathon Relay and the U.S.-Only Half-Marathon together.
Your steps to success:
- You will be given two separate bib numbers – one for the Marathon Relay and one for your individual event. You must wear both. You will also be given a timing chip for your shoe for the Marathon Relay. You may pin your Relay bib above your other bib.
- You will run the 1st leg of the Relay, and will cross the timing mat at the start of Relay Leg 2. Once you have crossed the mat and Relay Leg 2 Runner has started, your Relay participation is over.
- You must remove your Relay timing chip and discard it to avoid timing mat confusion. Remove the Relay bib from the front of your shirt and display your individual event bib.