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Our goals are to secure public trust, conduct our businesses: our retail store, events and training programs in a way that includes proper sanitation, safe physical / social distance considerations and helps our employees and community maintain good health. We appreciate your acceptance and adherence to these new safety protocols.
Health and Safety Tips for Runners in the Time of Coronavirus – Updated May 19, 2020
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Bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates, scooters, and dogs will be prohibited from the race course. The use of headphones is discouraged.
Keeping Central Florida Fit is our mission. Walkers are encouraged to participate in all Track Shack races. Municipalities require that roadways are clear of participants and opened as soon as the race is complete. That is why a maximum pace of 15 minutes per mile is set. If the pace isn't maintained, race officials will ask you to move to the sidewalk to re-open the roadways.
Track Shack Events (TSE) may cancel, shorten, or alter any event or course due to weather or for any other reasons within or not within the control of TSE. All entry fees are non-refundable, and may not be deferred toward a future event.
The race will be held rain, sleet, heat, or shine.
A color-coded Event Alert System (EAS) will communicate the status of course conditions to participants leading up to and on race day. The levels range from Low (green) to Moderate (yellow) to High (red) to Extreme (black) based primarily on the weather, as well as other conditions.
All participants should familiarize themselves with the Event Alert System prior to the race, remain alert for directions from race officials and announcers and take precautions to prepare properly for varying weather conditions on race day.
Event Alert System table:
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