Daddy, Daughter & Son 2 Mile Relay
Saturday, June 15, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM (CDT)
Baton Rouge, LA
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London, United Kingdom
JUNE 15, 2013
DOWNTOWN BATON ROUGE
The Inaugural Daddy, Daughter & Son relay will start and finish on 4th Street between Convention and North Boulevard in downtown Baton Rouge. Pre and post-race activity will be staged from City Plaza at 445 North Boulevard. See map at right for location or click here for complete map. Relay start is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. The event course will close at 10:30 a.m.
Relay Format: Each team member runs one loop of the two mile relay wearing their team “necktie”. Teams can bring their own necktie or BRASF will supply your team with a tie. Runners can complete the event in any order but each team member must complete one 2 mile loop. Strollers: Each stroller division runner (single or double) must run one, 2 mile loop only.
All relay team members must be registered at the same time. Registration for each member of your team includes race t-shirt, disposable chip timing, and post-race food and drinks. Adult and youth size t-shirts are available. Shirts are guaranteed for all registrations received by June 9, 2013. Registrations completed after June 9 are not guaranteed t-shirts.
Awards will be presented to winners in each of the following "age groups." "Age groups" are determined by adding the age of each member of your team together. For example, a parent (46 years old) with two kids (14 and 10), would total 70 and therefore will fall into the 61-80 division for the 3 person relay. Awards will be given to winners of each relay race (2 person, 3 person, 4 person) in each "age group." Age Groups: Under 40, 41-60, 61-80, 81-100, 101-120, 120+ Stroller division awards will be given to winners in the single and double stroller categories only.
Thank you to all our age group sponsors!
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Baton Rouge Area Sports Foundation
The Baton Rouge Area Sports Foundation's mission is to assist in the securing and staging of statewide, regional, national, and international sporting competitions and special events for the Greater Baton Rouge Area, thereby having a positive, significant economic impact on our community.
Over the past 17 years the Sports Foundation has used honesty, character, and integrity to assist local and national governing bodies with hosting events here in the capital city of Louisiana. These core values have driven our organization, with the support of our partners and sponsors, to genereate an Estimated Economic Impact for the Baton Rouge area in excess of $30 million dollars annually.