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Celebrating Survivors at Race
All registered survivors and two registered guests are invited to stop by the Survivor Village tent where you will enjoy breakfast, live music, massage – courtesy of MRA/Novant Health – fellowship with other survivors and a free gift. Breakfast is provided by City Tavern.
Please RSVP by signing up on our online reservation page. CLICK HERE TO RSVP
Important times to note for Race Day:
6:00 a.m. Race Day registration and packet pick up
6:15 a.m. Survivor Village opens and the Survivor Breakfast begins
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Team photos are taken near the lake fountain. All team captains should sign up online to secure a time slot. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR TEAM PHOTOS
7:15 Timed 5k begins (Start Line is on 3rd Street)
7:50 a.m. Recreation 5k begins
8:30 a.m. 1 Mile run begins
915 a.m. All survivors and accompanying co-survivors line up for Survivor Parade. Line begins parallel to the white building, near water station.Please line up in the category based on years of survivorship. Look for volunteers with direction signs to assist you.
9:30 a.m. Survivor Parade, closing ceremony and survivor celebration on the stage.
10:00 a.m. Survivor group photo near the lake fountain.
Pick Up A Survivor Flag. Look for volunteers handing out survivor flags in and around Survivor Village. These flags are for you exclusively, and should be raised with pride throughout the Race and especially during the Survivor Parade and Ceremony.
Wear Your Race Bib. We want to recognize you when you cross the finish line! Please wear your Race Bib attached to the front of your shirt. The bib has a chip in it that will identify you as a survivor. Your name will be announced as you cross the finish line.
Participate in the Survivor Parade. This is the highlight of the event, when we all stand to honor and celebrate our survivors. Each survivor may be accompanied by one co-survivor to walk with your peers during the parade and participate in the Survivor Ceremony. Line begins parallel to the white building, near water station. Please line up in the category based on years of survivorship. Look for volunteers with direction signs to assist you.