SMU Cox School of Business

5-Person Marathon Relay

The concept is simple and a lot of fun: a marathon relay, run by teams of runners. This race is perfect for team building or for those wishing to participate in race weekend at a shorter distance ! SMU Cox School of Business relay teams, consisting of five individuals, collectively run the full marathon course (26.2 miles total).

Sunday, 12/15/2019

8:30 am

Course Maps

RaceName reserves the right to change the course as needed prior to race date.

Relay Info

The relay exchange points are located at the listed places on the marathon course.
Each relay team consists of 5 members who each run 3.75-7 miles.
Complimentary bus service is available to and from each relay exchange point for relay participants.

Participant Benefits

  • Soft tri-blend participant t-shirt
  • Long-sleeve performance blend finisher shirt
  • Finisher’s medallion
  • 26.2 miles of entertainment
  • Admission to the Post-Race Party featuring music by and complimentary Samuel Adams (21+)

 

*All members of finishing relay teams receive commemorative medals. Relay finisher medals will be provided at each exchange point once a team member finishers his/her leg. Finisher items will be distributed together in the finisher walk-off area and any one team member may pick them up after completing his/her leg.

Rules and Time Limit

In accordance with the guidelines issued by USA Track & Field and Wheelchair Sports USA, only runners, walkers and wheelchair participants will be allowed on the course. See the official rules for a complete list of course guidelines. The time limit for marathon participants is 6.5 hours. Runners must be 16 years or older to participate in the marathon.

Pricing

Check back for 2019 pricing. Registration opens May 1st.

*Packet pick-up for the SMU Cox School of Business Relay will take place at the
Health & Fitness Expo on Friday, December 13th (11am to 7pm) and Saturday, December 14th (9am to 6pm).
There is no race morning packet pick-up.
Only one person will need to pick up the relay team packet. It can either be the team captain or any other member of the team.
Be sure to know your team name when you come to packet pick-up.