Relay


2017 Participant Information

Join us for one of the world’s most beautiful races! Run America’s Riviera on Saturday, November 11, 2017! Get to know the Goodlands and finish alongside the Pacific Ocean with it's magnificent views and breeze. This course starts in Goleta's Calle Real Center and ends at Leadbetter Beach, traversing one of Santa Barbara's most active neighborhoods, following scenic bike paths and unique communities. We invite you to an unforgettable 3 day weekend in Santa Barbara.

The new course is perfect for highly competitive and casual runners and walkers alike to enjoy.

The race begins on Saturday, November 11 at 7:00am. Starts at the Calle Real Center, 5660 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117 and Finishes at Leadbetter Beach at the intersection of Shoreline Drive and Loma Alta.

Relay legs must provide their own transportation.

The cut off time for this course is 4 hours or 18:18/mi pace.

All registered Relays will be chip timed with an anklet that must be passed and is shared with the team members.


RELAY CATEGORIES

  • Corporate Relay Teams
  • Female / Male / Co-Ed Teams
  • Military and Veterans Teams 
  • Wounded Warrior Teams


REGISTRATION

  • A Team Captain will create a team and pay the team registration fee. Team captains will automatically be registered as a team member when they register and do not have to register again as a team member.
  • Team members will sign-up under the “Team Member” category and select their team name to join the Team Capt.

    AWARDS

  • Top 3 All-Male Teams
  • Top 3 All-Female Teams
  • Top 3 Co-Ed Teams
  • Top 3 Corporate Teams
  • Top 3 Military / Veterans Teams
  • Top 3 Wounded Warrior Teams

Teams may double dip with other award categories. Example: finish in the top 3 Military / Veterans as well as the Co-Ed team.

  

HALF MARATHON RELAY COURSE

The relay will begin at the same time as the Half Marathon (7:00am at Leadbetter Beach) and will start and follow the 1/2 Marathon course and consist of up to 4 teammates.

The registered teams in the Relay will pass and share one timing anklet that must be passed within the transition zones. The anklet must be worn around the ankle.

Relay teams must run the entire half marathon course. Transitions from one relay team member to another may occur only by passing the timing anklet to the next teammate within the relay transition zones.

The team member running anchor Leg 4 ONLY will be permitted to cross the timing mat at the finish line. The entire team may not cross the finish line together because of recording issues with the timing mats, and also out of consideration to other runners attempting to finish. The Leg 4 runner may collect the finishers medals for the team.


RELAY TRANSITION ZONES

At the relay transition zone, a spotter will be positioned in advance of the transition zone and will look for black relay bibs. Bib numbers of approaching runners will be radioed to a volunteer at the transition zone who will call out the numbers and have an estimate of when to expect the approaching runner for your team. Only runners whose team member has been spotted will be permitted into the relay transition zone — which will be positioned along the side of the course. Handoffs must occur within the relay transition zone. One timing anklet will be provided for each team, which must be handed off within the transition zone to your team member.