Two-Way Torture Test Registration
How to race the Two-Way Torture Test 2020:

0 - Start by making an honest evaluation of your readiness for a hilly 13.1-mile race on pavement. The course is now clear of ice (except certain stretches early in the day if it froze overnight - be careful!) so go run some of it!
Or all of it. Maybe a few times.

1 - Decide on a reasonable, but slightly ambitious finish time and submit your name, team division, and individual course finish time prediction using this form. You will also be asked for the direction you will run your race and the name of your teammate and team (if you have one). If you do not have a teammate, the race directors will pair you up!

2 - You run the course and document it with your favorite meter! You may start at the Chena Pump Plaza, The Pump House, or the Tanana Wayside boat launch. You and your teammate should start at the same location even if you don't complete your runs the same day. The run you submit must be recorded after you submit your goal finish time in step 1. You must complete your race in one outing between 12am on May 8 and 1pm on May 30 (inclusive).

3 - Submit your meter output to the race director by May 30th at 1pm. (Further details will be shared by May 10th soon.)

4 - At 2pm on May 30, once all results are in, scoring will be released and wining teams - those whose submitted goal times differ the least from their actual documented times - will be awarded fame, glory and prizes.

Contact with questions or to report confusing typos!
Email address *
I will run the course *
First Name *
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
Division *
Teammate's name
Your answer
Team Name
Your answer
My predicted (reasonable, but at least slightly ambitious) course finish time is (please use the format h:mm:ss) *
Your answer
By submitting this registration, I acknowledge all of the following and accept full responsibility for my health and safety while participating in the 2020 Two-Way Torture Test. This race is an event which carries the risk of personal injury, and there are natural and manmade obstacles and hazards, surface and environmental conditions and risks, which in combination with my actions can cause severe or even fatal injury. There will be traffic on the course route, and I assume the risk of running in traffic. I will wear bright colors to ensure that I am visible to vehicles, and I will run of the left shoulder of the road facing traffic when not on (or transitioning to/from) the bike path. As a participant in this event, I must take an active role in understanding and accepting the risks, conditions and hazards. In the event the race is canceled or postponed, I will be responsible for any cost incurred to attend the race, including travel expenses. I agree to accept responsibility for my safety while participating in the event, and that my safety is not the responsibility of the race director or volunteers, Running Club North, RRCA or other sponsors of the event. This waiver extends to all claims of every kind or nature whatsoever, foreseen or unforeseen, known or unknown. *
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