PREPARE YOUR DESTINATION AHEAD OF TIME:Drive down Bethpage State Park Picnic Polo Road. Pass the toll booth.Parking Lot: is to the left. You'll be able to walk up to the polo field from the parking lot.
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Price Increases to $33 on 2/18 and to $35 on Race Day
Price Increases to $33 on 2/18 and to $35 on 3/11
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Proceeds benefit the Never Stop Running Foundation; a 501 (c) 3 non-profit that supports athletic and charitable events as they raise awareness and foster community involvement. Never Stop Running Foundation also funds local Youth & Special Needs events as well as supports and develops elite athletes at the local, national and international level.
Registration fees are used toward race expenses and cannot be returned once you sign up.
'Informal' bag check as elitefeats cannot take responsibility for any personal belongings. There will be an informal area to leave race belongings in the staging area.
Bathrooms are located within a few minutes walk from start & finish.
Hydration will be provided at finish line.
High Quality Refreshments provided by All Round Foods!
Virtual Option: Compete virtually. You have from the first day of the event and a full week to log your time and up to 5 photos! Your items will begin shipping the first day of the event. More info at the bottom of the page.
Top 1 F/M/X: Overall
Top 1 F/M/X: 19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80-89, 90+
Proceeds benefit the Never Stop Running Foundation; a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports athletic and charitable events as they raise awareness and foster community involvement. Never Stop Running Foundation also supports and develops elite athletes at the local, national and international level.
Start out on the grassy open polo field and enter the winding, scenic soft trails of Bethpage State Park. Few small hills, mostly flat and mostly FUN trails!
If you're a newbie to trails this is beginner-friendly and as a veteran, you'll love the true cross country feel of 2018's NCAA DII NCAA East Region Championships!
Massapequas Lands / Bethpage State Park, Old Bethpage*
Virtual: Your bib will be mailed directly to you beginning the Monday prior. Please allow 3-5 days to receive after signing up late. If you don't get your bib in the mail by race day, please use the live chat at elitefeats.com to confirm your shipping address (include an apartment number if applicable)
In-Person options: Please see the event staff starting one hour before the event start time.
Have your bib mailed to you prior to the race for $10! *(must be registered 10 days in advance to get a bib mailed)
Wearing Your Bib: The mid-torso is the sweet spot for accurate results. Please be sure to wear your bib just above your belly button, right side up, for best read-rates. Do not fold, crumple or cut your bib in any way. It must be visible to onlookers and not get in the way of your arms/legs. Please use four pins, or four alternative-securing gear such as race magnets, in each corner to ensure proper placement and visibility.
LIVE Online/Email/Text Results and FREE Video & Same-day finish line picsFind Misc Photos on Facebook @elitefeats
TRACKING YOUR DISTANCE4 Laps to one Mile on a TrackTreadmillMapMyRun.comFind a Certified USATF CourseSome events display course maps at elitefeats.comMany parks have measured 'fitness' trails open to the public Download free app Strava & hit 'Record'
HOW TO POST TIMES1. Cover ground whenever & wherever you'd like!2. On Start Date visit elitefeats.com/Results - search this event.3. Search your name - click Update.4. Enter your time.5. Optional upload up to 5 photos.
WHEN TO POSTEARLY REGISTRANTS (before start day) can start posting times ON start day!LATE REGISTRANTS (after start day) allow up to 24 hours to post times.BIB MAILING begins Monday prior to start day. If you register after this, please allow 3-5 business days to receive.You don't need the bib to participate, it's a keepsake!
*Proud partners with Rising Hearts and the Running on Native Lands Initiative. As we continue to host, and work with non-profits, on endurance events to raise awareness for community projects we will, in conjunction, take this opportunity to recognize and support Indigenous Peoples and communities by staying committed to acknowledging the lands we have access and privilege to run on. To help build more inclusive spaces and communities or to learn more: Running on Native Lands Toolkit.
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