Apr 24, 7:00 AM CDT
Stones River Greenway
 

BECAUSE EVERYONE NEEDS A CHANCE

For those of you who have been disappointed by cancelled or postponed races, we’ve got your back!  

 

We know many of you have diligently trained for this very day, so we are excited to present another opportunity for you to chase your 13.1-mile goal in Nashville on 4/24!  This is a live, in-person  race!  

Your participation will provide hope for children aging out of orphanages in Haiti & Uganda.

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Running

RACE INFORMATION

THE COURSE

The start and finish of the race is at the Stones River Greenway Trailhead at Percy Priest Dam, Nashville, TN. GPS coordinates (36.15804 and -86.62122).  

The race course is a certified 13.1 mile course (TN16010MS ).  It follows the paved, rolling hills of the  Stones River Greenway from Percy Priest Dam to Heartland Park and back.

The course map can be found here:     

https://www.runningahead.com/maps/a0290a75617049e78a32f9b21f302526?unit=mi&map=roadmap

PACKET PICK-UP

Packet pick-up will be race day only, beginning at 6:00am.  Please bring ID.

Those registered by 4/16 will receive a technical race shirt.  Late registrants are not guaranteed a shirt.

PRICE SCHEDULE

$50 - if registered by 4/16/21 – includes a technical shirt

    $60 - 4/17 to 4/24/21.  Shirts are not guaranteed for late registrants.

PARKING

Parking is FREE.

There is a parking lot at the bottom of the dam in close proximity to the start line.  Please carpool if you are able.  (Depending on the number of entrants, additional parking instructions may be forthcoming)

TRAVEL

The race is located about 10 miles east of downtown Nashville, just off I-40.  Directions from the airport: I-40 East to exit right on Stewart Ferry Pike. Then, left on Bell Road and immediately left before the dam to the start.  

The trailhead is close to 3734 Bell Rd Nashville, TN 37214.  It shares a parking lot with the Percy Priest Dam Dog Park.

Approximately 4 miles from the Nashville airport (BNA).

AID STATIONS

Water and Gatorade will be provided about every 3 miles.

There will also be replenishment at the end of the race in accordance with COVID safety standards.

AWARDS

Awards will be provided to First Overall Male and Female finishers.

All finishers will receive a race medal.

 

SPONSORS

An extra special thank you goes out to our sponsors, without whom this race would not be possible:

We also want to thank our other running partners. 

Please check out other race opportunities here!

https://www.50stateshalfmarathonclub.com

https://www.halfmarathonsearch.com

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CONTACT

Have more questions?  Please text or leave a message.  You may reach me at:

931-801-2999

 

COVID-19 Information

Guidelines and Procedures

COVID-19 Guidelines and Procedures

In accordance with CDC, Nashville/Davidson County Guidance regarding the safety of our participants, we will adhere to the following protocols:

 

  • Signage will be posted as a reminder to practice social distancing, frequent hand sanitizing, and to wear cloth face coverings or masks.

  • Masks will be required at the start/finish line and at packet pick up, as social distancing may be difficult to maintain in these areas. 

  • Wearing of masks is not required while running/participating in the race 

  • Temperature checks will be administered by thermo scanner at packet pick up.  Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or greater will not be allowed to participate in the event and will be required to leave the premises.  

  • A staggered/wave start will be implemented to allow greater distance between runners.  Waves will be determined based on total registered participants.

  • All race staff and volunteers will be required to wear a mask at all times

  • Hand sanitizer will be provided at packet pick up, at aid stations, restrooms, and where food is provided

  • High traffic areas will be cleaned/sanitized at regular intervals

  • Any post-race food will be pre-portioned and packaged for self-serve

  • Please do not attend this event if you feel ill or have symptoms that may be related to COVID.

  • Everyone is required to take the proper safety precautions

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