Denver Mother's Day 5K

Sun May 8, 2022
FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions
Denver Mother’s Day 5K
 

Can I pick up my bib and t-shirt prior to the race?

Pre-Packet pickup will be the day before the event on May 7th location TBD. You will also be able to pick up your bib and t-shirt the morning of the race between 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM.

Are strollers allowed on the course?

Yes, this is the Denver Mother's Day 5K after all. We do ask that you be considerate of other runners and start towards the back.

Are pets allowed on the course?

Yes, well-behaved pets are welcome. Please start towards the back of the race to be respectful of other runners.

I can’t make the race, can I get a refund?

Unfortunately, all registrations are final.

What if it rains on race day?

We race rain or shine!

Are walkers welcome?

Yes! Most finishers will have completed the course by 1:20 minutes.

Can I register on the day of the race?

Yes, registration will be available up until the start of the race. Participants looking to register can register at one of the registration kiosks on race morning beginning at 8:00 a.m. 

Where can I find the results?

Colorado Race Timing will be posting LIVE results! Check here for results. You can also sign up for live texting and/or emailing of results.

Will there be water stops along the course?

Yes, a water station will be located around mile 1.5 along the course and water will be provided at the start/finish line.

Will there be sufficient aid and medical assistance on the course?

We take the safety of our participants seriously. Water stations and support personnel will be positioned along the course. Plus, a first aid kit will be stationed at the start/finish line. The official race staff is trained to manage any situation that may arise. However, we ask that you help us out by being prepared for the race, so don’t forget to train!

Where do I park?

East High School parking lot, located on Josephine St., between 16th and 17th Avenue. Park between 16th and 17th Avenue on streets between Colorado Boulevard and York Street.

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