10 Mile Lottery Opens December 1

   

Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10 Mile Run & 5K Walk/Run

Switch Races

Switch from Ten Mile to 5K

We understand that sometimes injury or time pressures can sideline your training for a 10 Mile race. If your training doesn’t go as planned, you will be able to change from the 10 Mile race to the 5K race, as long as the entry limit of 5,000 registrants for the 5K has not been reached. The cutoff date for any race switches is Sunday, March 26; there will be a $10 fee for race switches after February 28.

After the 10 Mile Lottery is over, if you have been accepted into the 10 Mile but want to switch to the 5K, we will post a form here for you to use to change your registration.

If we have not reached the 5,000 runner entry limit for the 5K and you fill out the form by February 28, there will be no fee for the change. Your registration information and name will be pre-printed on your 5K bib number, which you can pick up at the Expo on Friday, March 31 from 3:00 P.M. – 7:45 P.M., or at the race site on Saturday April 1 starting at 7:00 A.M. You will receive a 5K t-shirt, and if you purchased a 10 Mile medal, you will get a 5K medal when you finish the race.

If we have not reached the 5,000 runner entry limit for the 5K and you fill out the form after February 28, there will be a $10 switch fee. Your registration information will appear on your 5K bib, but your name will not. You can pick up your 5K bib number at the Expo on Friday, March 31 from 3:00 P.M. – 7:45 P.M., or at the race site on Saturday April 1 starting at 7:00 A.M. You will receive a 5K t-shirt at packet pickup as long as we still have one in your size. If you purchased a medal when you registered for the 10 Mile, you will receive a 5K medal as long as we still have medals in stock.

No race switches will be allowed after Sunday March 26! You must wear a 5K bib to be allowed to run in the 5K. Anyone who runs the 5K race with a 10 Mile bib will be disqualified from both races.

No switches are permitted from the 5K to the Ten Mile race.