Welcome to the 2017 OCMD Seaside 10 Mile Run / 5K…
2017 OCMD Seaside 10 Mile Run / 5K
|Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Hours: 10 Miler starts 9 am | 5k starts 9:15 am
Location: OC Inlet Parking Lot [Map]
Contact: OC Tri-Running Sports
Email: Contact Form
Online: Website | Facebook | Google+
Photo Albums: 2017 | 2016
About the 2017 OCMD Seaside 10 Mile Run / 5K
Welcome to this year’s running of the 2017 OCMD Seaside 10 Miler/5K. Straight out and back for 10 mile course taking advantage of the OCMD boardwalk but runners will jump off boardwalk at 27th St onto Coastal Hwy via Baltimore Ave. Head north to 68th St., around the block to 69th, then back on Coastal Hwy heading south the same way you came. 5K course will start at same location, circle boardwalk pier, down concrete portion of boardwalk to 16th/17th st, turnaround then straight back to same finish as 10 miler. This will be the 23rd consecutive year for the Seaside 10. It’s a fantastic way to gear up for the Halloween Holiday. All 10 Miler finishers will receive a finishers medal. All are welcome to come wearing the most outrageous costumes you can dream up! a wonderful family atmosphere for all to enjoy.
2017 OCMD Seaside 10 Mile Run / 5K RACE INFORMATION
10 Miler = $45.00 thru September 30, 2017 $55.00 thru October 24, 2017 $65.00 thereafter
PACKET PICKUP TIMES AND LOCATIONS
Friday October 27, 2017 4:00pm – 8:00pm Holiday Inn, 1701 Atlantic Ave., Ocean City, MD 21842, 410-289-7263
October 07, 2017 Last day for online entry refunds.
AWARDS AND AGE GROUPING
1st 2nd 3rd place overall male
BIB TAG TIMING
This years races will be timed using the IPICO Bib Tag system. There will be an orange rectangular sensor placed on the back of your race bib. Please do not bend or fold your bib and make sure you properly pin your race bib to your shirt front without piercing the sensor. These sensors do not need to be collected, when your race is finished you are free to keep the sensor along with your race bib. Your race bib is unique to you so please do not trade or give your bib to anyone else.
HOW TO GET THERE
Directions from Baltimore area: Once on I-695 (Baltimore beltway) head south to I-97 south toward Annapolis. I-97 south to US-50 east, cross bay bridge, stay on US-50 east. US-50 east will take you directly into Ocean City.
Medical assistance will be available at start/finish area and medical volunteers along the course. If you cannot finish the race please head to the nearest fluid station, police officer, or volunteer for assistance. Let them know you cannot finish the race and race staff personnel will help you get to the finish area. As soon as you arrive at the finish area you will need to report to medical tent for evaluation. To help aid our medical personnel please fill out any medical history on the online registration form. Medical staff can withdraw any participant who they feel is at risk of personal health hazard or safety.
Race photos will be available at TBA
Bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards and pets are not allowed on either course during the race(s). Baby joggers are only permitted on the 5K course. These rules are for your safety as well as others on the course with you. Anyone violating these rules will be immediately escorted off the course and out of the race.
REFUND AND TRANSFER POLICY
All refunds and transfers need to be completed through your Runsignup account.
Refunds and Transfers are only for online registrations! There is a $15.00 refund processing fee.
Register Online for the 2017 OCMD Seaside 10 Mile Run / 5K… Click Here!
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