The Seneca7i (virtual race)

  1. Team captains must register for the virtual race in order to receive a webpage link for recording your team's times.

  2. Team captains log the times (elapsed time, NOT time of day) for runs completed between January 7 and April 7.

  3. Runners should complete runs of the same distance as the real Seneca7 running relay. These runs can be the same day or different days, but cannot be one long 10.8-mile run split into multiple time segments, because that's not allowed in the non-virtual Seneca7.

  4. Runners should try to find courses of similar terrain as the actual Seneca7 leg (i.e. hilly, rolling, flat, etc), but we understand that won't always be possible.

  5. In addition to the logging of times, runners can optionally link their Strava account and share their runs. These will be placed on a big interactive map. Share your Strava runs (and mark them "Seneca7i" in the name of the activity) with:

  6. Times will be aggregated and overlayed on a map of the real Seneca7 course.

  7. On April 7, results of the virtual race and a race simulation will be released for viewing. Finisher Certificates will be distributed to all teams upon completion.


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