Frequently Asked Questions
- When is the registration deadline?
- How do I confirm my entry to the Brewers Mini-Marathon?
- What time do the races start?
- Where can I get my results for the Brewers Mini-Marathon?
- Where do I get my race number?
- Where are the aid stations?
- Are there misting stations?
- What if I can’t finish the race?
- When does the race officially end?
- Where can I check my gear during the race?
- How can I get seeded?
- Can I defer until next year?
- Can I switch races?
- Can someone else pick up my packet for me?
- Can I take my friend’s place?
- Can I get a refund?
- What type of shirt will I receive in my registration packet? Is it gender specific?
- Are the courses certfied?
- Will participants receive a finisher medal?
- Will awards be given out?
- Is there an age minimum or maximum to participate?
When is the registration deadline?
Registration for the 2020 Brewers Mini-Marathon will close at midnight on August 28, 2020. Due to a great turnout for this year’s races, we unfortunately will not be offering on-site registration at packet pick-up or on race day.
How do I confirm my entry to the Brewers Mini-Marathon?
All online registrations will be confirmed via email once registration is complete. To confirmation your entry email, log in to your Race Roster account. If you need assistance in confirming that you are registered, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I get my results for the Brewers Mini-Marathon?
Results will be posted on the Brewers Mini-Marathon website as soon as they are available on race day. A printout of your results can be obtained in the Results Tent which is located in the Post-Race Party Area. Archived results will be available on the website following the race.
Where do I get my race number?
You will get your race number at Packet Pick-Up at Miller Park on the Thursday and Friday before the race. All participants must attend Packet Pick-Up to receive their race bib and shirt unless they purchase VIP Will Call for $25 before August 26, 2020.
Where are the Aid Stations?
Please refer to the course map to see exact Aid Station locations. There will also water, Gatorade, Port-O-Lets and medical assistance at the start/finish line.
What if I can’t finish the race?
There will be a bus following the last participants of the race. Any runner who cannot finish or cannot keep up with the minimum pace can ride the bus to the Post-Race Tailgate Party.
Where can I check my gear during the race?
Gear Check will be available near the start line on the Miller Park Home Plate Plaza and will be available for pick up after you finish. Free parking will be available at Miller Park. We ask that you leave any personal items and articles of warm-up clothing in your vehicle.
If you are able to run a half-marathon distance (13.1 miles) in 1:48:00 or faster, you can be seeded toward the front of the start chute. You may request seeding after registration with proper proof. Proof must be provided in the form of results from a road race that has occurred between October 1, 2019 and August 1, 2020 and is at least 5K in distance. All submissions of seeding proof must be post-marked by August 1, 2020, with no exceptions! Please Click Here to see additional seeding information and for details on how to submit proof.
I sprained my ankle and can no longer participate this year! Can I defer until next year?
Up until August 1, 2020 you may request to defer your registration until 2021 with a doctor’s note to prove medical need. There are no refunds for the Brewers Mini-Marathon.
I would like to switch to a longer or shorter race than the one I am registered for!
Race switches will only be available at packet pick-up on August 27 and 28. During Packet Pick-Up, visit the Help Desk. Please note that there are no refunds when switching to a less expensive race and you will be required to pay the difference in price when switching to a more expensive race.
Can someone else pick up my packet for me?
Yes. If someone else is picking up your race packet, please make sure they have your photo ID or a photocopy of your ID. The best way to do this is to text a photo of your ID to whoever is picking up your packet.
My friend sprained his/her ankle and can no longer participate! Can I take his/her place?
Each participant must have his/her own registration. In the event of an emergency, race officials must have emergency contact information on hand, therefore you are NOT allowed to participate using someone else’s registration and you are not allowed to transfer your registration to another runner. For the safety of all participants, there are NO exceptions to this policy.
What type of shirt will I receive in my registration packet? Is it gender-specific?
All registered participants will receive a gender specific commemorative race technical t-shirt, in the size they requested upon registration. These shirts are for participants only and will not be sold to the general public before race day. Please note that the shirts for the half marathon and 10K will be a different material than the shirts given to 5K participants.
If you would like to trade t-shirt sizes, you can try to do so if there are extra shirts on race morning. The Brewers Mini-Marathon can only guarantee a shirt in the size runners request when registering. If you are in doubt about what size to order, we suggest you pick the larger size as the technical t-shirts tend to be more fitted.
What awards will be given out?
Awards will be awarded to the top three finishers of the half marathon and 10K races n in each of the following male and female age groups: 14-15; 16-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34; 35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; 70+. The top three male and female overall finishers of each of the 3 races will be recognized at approximately 9:30 am on stage at the Post-Race Tailgate Party. All other age group awards will be mailed no sooner than a month after race day.
Is there an age minimum or maximum to participate?
Participants must be 14 years or older to participate in the half marathon, 12 years or older to participate in the 10K and 8 years or older to participate in the 5K. There are no strollers allowed in any of the 3 race distances.