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Race Distances:
  • 2 miles
  • 5k (3.1 miles)
  • 10k (6.2 miles)
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Run Brevard - Race Volunteers

The following volunteer opportunities are available to assist with Brevard county sponsored races.

For more information, email southarea@brevardparks.com.


Registration
  • Handing out race packets to registered runners

Water Stops
  • Set up / clean up tables and filling water cups.
  • Quickly handing runners cups of water as they run by their station. This is a fast pace volunteering area.

Course Monitors
  • Volunteers stand on course at specific areas throughout the course to direct runners in the right direction to run.

Split Timers
  • Volunteers will stand at mile marker (1 or 2 mile marks) with a provided stop watch and shout out split times as runners pass.

Finish Line
  • Helping runners, awarding medals, and water.
  • Set up / clean up of finish line area.

Refreshments
  • Set up / clean up for fruit, food, and water/drinks after the race.

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Helpful Racing Tips

  • Get quality sleep for 2 nights before the race
  • Eat a light breakfast about 2 hours before the race
  • Get to the race at least 60 minutes prior, allowing time for parking, packet pick up, and warming up
  • Warm up properly before the race and stretch any tight muscles after warming up
  • Pace yourself, aiming to finish the second half of the race faster than the first
  • Have a positive attitude and focus on giving your best effort
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