Participants receive a high-quality, long-sleeve, technical shirt.
Exclusive Finisher Medal
Everyone is awarded a beautifully-crafted, colorful event finisher medal!
Enjoy water and snacks at the finish line while cheering on other participants.
Twin Cities In Motion is the region's premier running event organization.
Packet pick up and registration will be available the last days before the race. Please check back for times and location.
On race day, packet pick up will move to the race site at the packet pick up tent.
Be sure to allow plenty of time (45 minutes to an hour) to locate parking, walk to the packet pick up area, and check your sweats before making your way to the start line.
- We strongly encourage carpooling, biking or public transportation.
- There are a number of area pay lots available; pay close attention to no parking signs, designated parking hours and meter details.
Friends and family are welcome to come to the race, bring a motivational sign, and watch and cheer on participants! As always, please be respectful of private property and do not enter the race course. Pedestrians are permitted to cross the course at intersections where race officials are present to direct foot traffic.
For more than 20 years, The Link has provided support to at-risk youth in the Twin Cities. Today, their programs reach out to youth and families when truancy, homelessness, or involvement in the juvenile legal system is putting youth at risk of not reaching their fullest potential. By providing case management services to youth who are truant, homeless or in trouble with the law, The Link is building assets for at-risk youth and young adults to succeed in life. The Link currently serves over 3,300 at-risk youth each year.
For more information, please click here to visit their website.
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Registrations may NOT be transferred to another distance, but race registrations for select TCM events may be transferred to another person through the automated TCM transfer process. Registrations may only be transferred within the designated transfer period for each event and within the same event and distance as the original registration. The Women Run the Cities transfer deadline is September TBD, 2018. Additional fees and restrictions may apply including ineligibility of some registrations completed using an invitation code. Once race numbers are assigned, they are never transferable. View step-by-step instructions to begin a transfer. Email [email protected] with questions.
Refunds are available within 48 hours of registration only. To request a refund, email [email protected] or call 289-7701 within 48 hours of when you submitted your registration. If accepted, you will be refunded your race entry fee; online transaction fees are non-refundable. Deferrals are not permitted.
For the safety of participants, individuals are strongly discouraged from using strollers/joggers. If a registered participant chooses to use a stroller/jogger, he/she should indicate so by checking the box in registration and begin at the back of the start corral and move through the course in a non-competitive manner, yielding to all other participants. A registered participant on the course must wear the official race number of the event in which they are participating.
For more than 75 years, Twin Cities Orthopedics has proudly provided a full spectrum of orthopedic and sports medicine care, devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of injuries and conditions that affect the body's muscles, joints and bones. TCO’s 115 physicians provide superior quality care across 39 state-of-the-art facilities in the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin. Visit TCOmn.com to learn more.