How do you choose a race?
Hi! I'm back with a few more questions on how you choose a race, and what support systems you have along the way! Please answer the short questions, refer a friend for double the entries for FREE SHOES, and thank you in advance for your input.
Are you looking for a running race to participate in?
What are the three (3) most important things to you in choosing a race?
Race distances offered
Time of Year
A "fast" or qualifying race
Race terrain: flat or downhill or uphill
Size of the race (local, medium, huge)
A destination or experience race (e.g., Napa Valley Wine, Disney races)
Let's talk about the LOCATION of the next race you are planning for: Where you do look to run?
North Central USA
South Central USA (including TX)
Southwest USA (including CA)
Are you willing to travel to your race?
No - hometown only
Yes - 2 hours or less in the car
Yes - 5 hours or less in the car
Yes - planes, trains, automobiles - I'll do it all
Let's talk about the DISTANCE of the next race you are planning for: How far are you looking to run?
Let's talk about the TIME OF YEAR of the next race you are planning for: What time of year do you do look to run?
If a speed is key, what are your speed goals?
I want an elite-level race
I want to qualify for the Boston Marathon
I want a race with pace groups
I want to qualify for Hardrock or Western States ultras
I want to gain UTMB points
Not a priority
Let's talk TERRAIN: up/down/around?
Flat race course, please
Rolling/mixed is great
Let's talk RACE EXPERIENCE: what are you looking for in a race?
I'm here to run, and only to run.
I want a USA destination or "runcation" experience (e.g., Napa Valley, Disneyland)
Destination: International (e.g., Great Wall, Athens, Gold Coast)
Getaway with a runner friend
Let's talk RACE SIZE: for this next planned race, what size of race are you looking for?
Small & local: up to 1000 runners
Medium: 1000-10,000 runners
Large: 10,000 - 25,000 runners
Huge: over 25,000 runners
Size doesn't matter
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