MN RUN RELAY
Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park
Race is not currently scheduled for 2022
Round up your friends and take on the new course for the MN Run Relay! This 26.2 mile relay run takes place at Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park which is just a 20 minute drive from Minneapolis. Team sizes can be 2 to 5 people. Each leg will be 5.24 miles and will cross over the Coon Rapids Dam with a certified marathon distance.
For the endurance runners out there there is also the option to take on the certified 20 mile and 26.2 mile routes.
Race village will include a food truck, music, fun games, socializing with other runners and a beautiful park.
BEAUTIFUL RACE COURSE
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The race is run on paved and turf trails within the Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park.
Runners do not have exclusive use of the trail and are required to obey all pedestrian right-of-way laws.
Teams are responsible for transporting themselves to the park. Any team or individual vehicle will need an Anoka County Parks pass - or will need to purchase the parking voucher for race day. See Race Day Info for more details on parking at the race.
All teams must run faster than an average of 13:30 minute per mile pace in order to finish the race within the allotted time. The first wave starts at approximately 7:30am; the finish area will close at 2:00pm.
Team Races (total distance 26.2 miles)
2 person team
3 person team
4 person team
5 person team
For more information on organizing a team click here
20 Mile Solo
26.2 Mile Solo
All runners receive
Aid stations on course
Race village food and entertainment
* Solo runners receive a high quality lapel pin to add to their finisher medal
EASY Bib & Shirt PiCK UP
Bib pick up will be race morning beginning at 6:30 a.m.
Visit the Race Day Info page for more details
Performance T-Shirt & Medal Coming Soon!
- benefiting -
HOPE 4 Youth is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides innovative programming aimed at ending youth homelessness for those who are already homeless and those who are risk of becoming homeless. In 2018, 887 youth received some of the tools they needed to leave their status of homeless in the past.