Wave Start FAQs
How is my wave assigned?
placed in waves by their estimated finish time and run/racewalk/walk status
submitted at the time of registration. Those participants who sent in seeding
proof verifying that they can finish within a certain time will be lined up
toward the front of the field.
When will I find out
what wave I have been placed in?
Each participant will receive an email in mid-April
containing their bib number, corral, wave and wave start time.
What are the start
times of each wave?
Wheelchair – 7:30 am
Wave 1 – 7:33 am
Wave 2 – 7:40 am
Wave 3 – 7:50 am
Wave 4 – 8:00 am
Wave 5 – 8:10 am
Can I switch to a different wave?
Participants are welcome to move backwards to a higher corral
and wave (Example: Corral J to Corral R) but will not be allowed to move
forward to a lower corral and wave (Example: Corral L to Corral G).
How many people are in each wave?
Each wave will feature approximately 6500 participants.
How long will the gap be between each wave?
Each wave will start in 10 minute increments. With an
average of 900 – 1000 participants crossing the start line per
minute, there will be a 7- to 8-minute gap between the clearing of the previous
wave and the start of the next wave.