Toddlers and Triathlons: How to Create a Family-Friendly Race

Alright, race directors, so you know how to manage a race. But what about children? Nearly half of the adults in the U.S. are parents, giving us a whopping 46 million children. So whether you love ‘em or can’t stand ‘em, children are an important part of race day. Include them, and you’ll be able…

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Guidebook to Working with Race Sponsors

Working with race sponsors is a hot topic with a lot to understand. And there’s certainly a lot of information out there to be found. But wouldn’t it be great if someone just put all the information you need in one pretty package? We thought the same thing! So we did our research, called on…

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Get Your Gobble On: How to Plan a Turkey Trot

With the summer sun still shining, few people are thinking about their Thanksgiving Day plans. But race organizers should be! Thanksgiving is the most popular day to run a race with over 1,000 events held each year. In fact, Turkey Day races are an age-old American tradition. The first turkey trot was held in Buffalo,…

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What Race Organizers Can Learn from the Boston Marathon

It’s time for one of the endurance industry’s favorite races: the Boston Marathon! With roughly 30,000 participants and a 120-year history, the Boston Marathon is a lot like the unicorn that adorns their logo: a legendary, sought-after ideal for runners and race organizers alike. While it’s difficult to match a World Marathon Major, race organizers wondering how to…

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