THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED!
Winners will be announced tonight, 3/15.
A Virtual Run? Yes!
Virtual runs are just like traditional races with community and fun, but you can run, walk or hike your race wherever you want with whomever you want. You can even finish on a treadmill! The 811 Virtual Run is a 5K. Participants report their time online! It's free to enter. What have you got to lose? Try us out - Register now!
How it Works
Register online using the form below.
You can start your 5K any time between now until March 15 at 3 p.m. Do it all at once, or in a few sessions. It’s all about getting out there and challenging yourself to reach your goal
Screen shot the app or take a photo of your tracking device showing the distance, total time and average pace for your 5K. Post it and a fun pic of you "running" to our Facebook page using the run's exclusive hash tag #811VirtualRun. And, while you're at it, give us a Like.
Not on Facebook?
Click here to submit your photos and name.
After the Virtual Run check out the race recap on this page and enjoy the photos and feedback from our community of runners.
Two Ways to Race
CONFERENCE ATTENDEE - For attendees of the CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo
VIRTUAL PARTICIPANT - For those who participate from wherever you are located
Of Course There are Prizes
- Commemorative socks and whistles will be given to all conference attendees who register, while supplies last.
- 50 virtual participants will be selected at random to receive commemorative socks and whistles.
- Everyone who registers will be entered into a drawing for one of two $811 gift cards. One will be awarded to attendees of the CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo. One will be awarded to a Virtual Participant. Prize drawings will take place at the 811 10th anniversary celebration, Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Winners do not need to be present to win.
Deadline - THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED
March 15 @ 3 p.m. deadline to submit your results.
Thank you to the CGA 10th Anniversary 811 Virtual Run Sponsors
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