Are you ready to put together your winning team? Here’s a quick checklist of everything you’ll need to get signed up:

Initial Registration

  1. $600.00 deposit to hold your spot (before November 15) or the full registration fee. (Here’s more information about how much it costs.) Yes, you can pay with a credit card, but we do not have a way for each individual team member to pay their portion of the fee. We recommend setting up a spreadsheet to track team members and payments. Some teams will even create a separate bank account just to manage relay team expenses.
  2. A team captain. This person will be our primary contact for race communications. This is the person who should do the initial registration for your team. If you need to change your team captain, please email info @ smokymountainrelay.com for assistance.
  3. A team name. Please, keep it relatively clean as there will be families in attendance along the course and at the finish line. You may change your team name until March 1st; team names are set at that point.

Post Registration

  1. Once you have secured your spot, you will need to recruit five to eleven friends to run with you. If you are stuck, we do have the option to view a list of runners who are looking for teams on regtorace. You may also post to our Facebook page. Your team members will need to register by March 1st in order to guarantee their shirt size. We will accept registrations after this date, and we will do our best to accommodate shirt size requests. Prompt registration of your team members will also help us assign the most accurate start times.
  2. If you elect to secure your spot with a down payment, final payment will be due January 15th. Your prompt attention to final payment is much appreciated. We do reserve the right to release your team spot to the waitlist if your final payment is not received in a timely fashion.
  3. As the team captain, you may edit your runners’ paces. Please review their paces as your start time will be based on these estimates, and folks will sometimes enter a 10k total time instead of a 10k pace, throwing our calculations way off. The more accurate your paces are, the better the start time will be for your race experience.