Frequently Asked Questions
HOW CAN I VOLUNTEER?
We welcome your participation as a volunteer! The event will need hundreds of volunteers to staff the aid stations and offer support to the runners at the start and finish. To volunteer, email email@example.com.
WHAT IF I REGISTER AND THEN BECOME INJURED OR AM UNABLE TO ATTEND THE RACE?
Your race entry is non-refundable. Your registration may be transferred to another runner before October 1st.
IS THERE AN OPTION TO PARTICIPATE VIRTUALLY?
Yes, there is the option to participate virtually. Simply visit the Registration Page and select the Virtual Sign-Up Option.
CAN I TRANSFER MY REGISTRATION TO ANOTHER RUNNER?
Your registration may be transferred to another runner before October 1st. After October 1st your registration is non-transferrable.
CAN SOMEONE ELSE PICK UP MY RACE PACKET ON MY BEHALF?
Yes, you can have someone pickup your packet.
WHAT TIME IS RACE MORNING REGISTRATION? Race morning late registration will open at 5:30 a.m.
WHAT IS THE COST OF REGISTRATION IF I REGISTER THE MORNING OF THE RACE? The cost will increase to $80 for individual; $180 for 3-person relay team. Shirts are not guaranteed.
WHERE IS RACE MORNING REGISTRATION & PACKET PICK-UP FOR RACE MORNING REGISTRATION? Race morning registration & packet pick-up for race morning registration will be at the TTU University Center on North Dixie, from 5:30 - 6:30 a.m.
WHERE DO I PARK FOR THE EVENT?
There are parking spaces within walking distance to the start/finish line. A TTU campus map shows event locations including parking.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH MY KEYS DURING THE RACE? We will have a box available at the registration table for runners to leave car keys, etc. This will be carried to the finish line and runners may claim their belongings there, at the timing tent. Please no cell phones, jewelry or other valuables.
WHERE ARE RESTROOMS LOCATED? Restrooms near the start are located inside the University Center, at south entrance near patio, and also upstairs in UC. There will be a few porta potties near start line, and porta potties at mile 2, 4, 6, 10, 12. Finish line restrooms are available inside Memorial Gym, beside the finish line.
ARE STROLLERS ALLOWED ON THE COURSE?
The race course is not a closed course, strollers are NOT allowed on the course.
ARE PETS ALLOWED ON THE COURSE?
The race course is not a closed course, pets are NOT allowed on the course.
WHERE CAN I FIND RACE RESULTS?
After the race, results will be posted at runhauntedhalf.com within a few days.
WHO CAN I CONTACT IF I HAVE FURTHER QUESTIONS?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 Illness Statement:
Due to the persistence of Covid 19 in our area, and out of gratitude for our health and our respect for our health care providers, WCTE Haunted Half marathon will be following these disease precautions:
Runners and volunteers: We ask that you please stay home and rest and isolate if you are having any symptoms of active illness on race day or if you have a known high risk exposure to Covid 19 in the week prior to our race. Runners that become exposed or ill prior to race day and cannot safely run with us are encouraged to switch to our virtual option.
- Masks are required at all times when inside a building at TTU - this includes their restrooms and University Center lobby. This is university policy.
- Runners are asked to not congregate inside the University Center before the race start - please remain outside and allow respectful distancing between you and other runners.
- Masks are encouraged at the race start line, and race start times will be staggered, with faster runners starting first. Instructions will be given on race morning - it won’t be complicated!
- After you finish your awesome run, we ask that you continue moving across the finish line and through the finish line chute. You will receive your race medal as you finish, and post race food and drinks will be available as usual. The tables will be spaced further apart and we ask that you keep moving and not congregate at the food tables.
- We want you to enjoy the post race atmosphere and share your race stories with your fellow runners and friends, but we ask that you remain aware of social distancing and stay spread apart.
We will announce overall male and female winners, masters and grandmasters winners, and relay team winners beginning at 9:15 am. Age group awards can be claimed by presenting yourself (and your race time and place printout) to the awards table in the finish area. Age group winners will not be announced.
Water station volunteers are encouraged to wear masks and gloves, and they will take extra precautions to limit contact with the cups. There will be water available at mile 2, then water and gatorade at miles 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12.