Full Marathon Relay Information:
You may choose to compete in the 2017 Altra Top of Utah Marathon as part of a relay team. Relay teams follow the same course and run with the solo marathon runners. See below for information specific to running on a relay team.
Date/Time: Saturday, September 16, 2017 at 7:00 a.m.
Teams: 2 to 4 runners per team, competing in one of four divisions: all female, all male, mixed (with at least one male and one female), or youth (all team members under 18).
Team Captain: The Team Captain registers all members of the team and gives the team a name.
Teams Receive: For each team member, a long-sleeve race t-shirt, a finisher’s medallion, aid and transportation on the course, and one of the most scenic marathons in the country.
Each relay team member will receive a moose medallion at the finish. Trophies will be given at the awards ceremony to the top 5 teams in each division: all-female, all-male, mixed, and youth. One trophy per team.
- $225 per 4 runner team for entries from February 1, 2017 through July 31, 2017 ($205 per 3 runner team, $185 per 2 runner team, $180 per youth team).
- $250 per 4 runner team for entries from August 1, 2017 through August 31, 2017 ($230 per 3 runner team, $210 per 2 runner team, $200 per youth team).
- $275 per 4 runner team for entries on or after September 1, 2017 ($255 per 3 runner team, $235 per 2 runner team, or $220 per youth team).
The last chance to register is the day before the marathon at packet pick-up.
There is no race-day registration.
+ Race Legs
7.3 miles: from start to mile 7.3, at the Hyrum Electrical Plant, in Blacksmith Fork Canyon.
6.7 miles: from mile 7.3 to mile 14, at the mouth of Blacksmith Fork Canyon.
7.0 miles: from mile 14 to mile 21, Zollinger Park, in Providence.
5.2 miles: from mile 21 to the finish, mile 26.2, at Merlin Olsen Park in Logan.
Each relay exchange station will have a tent canopy, water, and nearby aid.
+ Relay Bibs
Relay team members will have a race bib of a different color to distinguish them from solo runners.
+ Transportation Relay
Runners will have their own buses to take them from Merlin Olsen Park to their start point and from their exchange station to the finish. When a relay runner finishes a leg, he or she may choose to stay there and wait for a bus to the finish or continue running with the next member of the team.