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  • VOLUNTEER INFO | klondikeroadrelay

    Volunteer Information If you are interested in volunteering, please email krrvolunteer@gmail.com so we can ensure that you are placed in the right position. Yukon Built has provided swag for our volunteers! Volunteers have the choice between a toque, ball cap, water bottle, or t-shirt if they sign up before July 1, 2022. After July 1, 2022, volunteers will receive a water bottle. Volunteer Positions Checkpoint Positions ​ 300 metres out - use radio to report​ bib numbers of each runner back to the checkpoint Bib Caller/Checker - records bib numbers in order they arrive Radio Person - radios bib numbers to waiting area Start of Chute - announce bib numbers as they enter the checkpoint End of Chute - ensure no interference with runners leaving the chute Checkpoint Waiting Area Positions ​ Bib Recorder - records bib numbers reported by out station and tells the person with the megaphone Megaphone Person - announce runners, so teammates can prepare for tag off Participant Checker - Ensure the runners in the waiting area are ready for the hand off. Ensures the runners bib numbers are visible on the front and back. Checkpoint Manager - floater, incidents, outhouse detail, fun director, communicator, fill in for breaks Pedestrian Management - Crossing in ensure pedestrians do not come to checkpoint. Runners cross road safely in designated area. Support teams stay away from runners entering/leaving the checkpoint Parking - Direct traffic to designated parking areas. Keep start and end of runners chute clear or vehicles. Do not allow parking or stopping in no parking areas. Record team BIB# for those not following your direction Timing Lead - Scott & Laura Williamson First Aid Lead - Kristie Simpson YARA-Lead - Ray Fugard Race Marshals and Sweeps Party in the Park - Cathy Hoehn Volunteer Committee Race Packs/Registration - Ken Sylvestre Extra Helpers Click here to view the latest 2022 KRR Volunteer Guide 2022 Volunteer Guide Updated June 30, 2022

  • VOLUNTEERS | klondikeroadrelay

    Volunteer Information If you are interested in volunteering, please email krrvolunteer@gmail.com so we can ensure that you are placed in the right position. Yukon Built has provided swag for our volunteers! Volunteers have the choice between a toque, ball cap, water bottle, or t-shirt if they sign up before July 1, 2022. After July 1, 2022, volunteers will receive a water bottle. Click here to view the latest 2022 KRR Volunteer Guide 2022 Volunteer Guide Updated June 30, 2022 Volunteer Positions Checkpoint Positions ​ 300 metres out - use radio to report​ bib numbers of each runner back to the checkpoint Bib Caller/Checker - records bib numbers in order they arrive Radio Person - radios bib numbers to waiting area Start of Chute - announce bib numbers as they enter the checkpoint End of Chute - ensure no interference with runners leaving the chute Checkpoint Waiting Area Positions ​ Bib Recorder - records bib numbers reported by out station and tells the person with the megaphone Megaphone Person - announce runners, so teammates can prepare for tag off Participant Checker - Ensure the runners in the waiting area are ready for the hand off. Ensures the runners bib numbers are visible on the front and back. Checkpoint Manager - floater, incidents, outhouse detail, fun director, communicator, fill in for breaks Pedestrian Management - Crossing in ensure pedestrians do not come to checkpoint. Runners cross road safely in designated area. Support teams stay away from runners entering/leaving the checkpoint Parking - Direct traffic to designated parking areas. Keep start and end of runners chute clear or vehicles. Do not allow parking or stopping in no parking areas. Record team BIB# for those not following your direction Timing Lead - Scott & Laura Williamson First Aid Lead - Kristie Simpson YARA-Lead - Ray Fugard Race Marshals and Sweeps Party in the Park - Cathy Hoehn Volunteer Committee Race Packs/Registration - Ken Sylvestre Extra Helpers

  • SPONSORS | klondikeroadrelay

    WE COULDN'T DO THIS RACE WITHOUT OUR WONDERFUL SPONSORS Sponsors Thank you Northwestel for your financial contribution to the Klondike Road Relay. Without your support we would not be able to hold this iconic event enjoyed by so many people. Northwestel Thank you Mammoth Agency for your marketing expertise and ensuring that the epic-ness of the Klondike Road Relay is seen by many. Mammoth Agency Thank you Northland Beverages for supporting our youth race category and sponsoring our checkpoints. Your generous support is appreciated by everyone. Northland Beverages Thank you to Coast Mountain Sports/Sports Experts for ensuring that all of our participants have the most stylish race gear, co-hosting our volunteer night and giving us space for our digital display. Coast Mountain Sports Thank you Yukon Built for sponsoring our volunteers and providing them with awesome gear. You certainly have us covered. We appreciate you supporting our volunteers, as this event would not be the same without them. Yukon Built Thank you Yukon Brewing for sponsoring our volunteer night and contributing to our after race "Party in the Park". Your contributions will help make this event epic. Yukon Brewing Sports Experts Thank you CKRW for publicly advertising the Klondike Road Relay and bringing awareness to this iconic event. You have helped spread the word and will contribute to a successful race. CKRW Thank you New Balance for donating eight pairs of running shoes that will be given to lucky participants at the Party in the Park. New Balance Thank you to our friends across the border for hosting the start of this iconic race. The first leg runners will surely enjoy everything that Skagway has to offer! Municipality of Skagway Explore Skagway Thank you Yukon Energy for contributing to the success of the post race Party in the Park! Your donated umbrellas will be greatly appreciated! Yukon Energy Through the donation of the Giver Truck, Driving Force helps move the organizing teams down the race course. Thank you for alleviating that travel stress. Driving Force Thank you Panago for feeding our volunteers and donating pizzas to our Volunteer Appreciation Night! Panago Friends Supersave Propane Yukon Co

  • ALL THINGS RELAY | klondikeroadrelay

    ALL THINGS RELAY Click the links on this page to learn about our great race! 2022 KRR RACE GUIDE Updated June 28, 2022 DEADLINES FOMO! Don't miss out by forgetting an important dates. IMPORTANT REGISTRATION Buy a Team and Register Team Members by clicking link below REGISTRATION CAPTAIN'S TOOLS Team Captain's need a checklist to keep their team organized! CAPTAIN CHECKLIST PARTY IN THE PARK! We are going to have a post-race party in the park! Find out details by clicking below. AFTER PARTY COURSE MAPS Find your course description and map by clicking below. MAPS RACE RULES We have a few key rules to keep the race running smoothly and safely. RACE RULES WHAT'S UP We will update this list as questions come in UPDATES NEED A RUNNER? Need a runner? Need a team? Check back here closer to registration to add your name NEED A TEAM / RUNNER ? CATEGORIES Learn more about KRR divisions and categories CATEGORIES RESULTS Check out race results from previous years. RESULTS RESOURCES We are excited to have new runners become part of the KRR family. ​ RUNNING RESOURCES KRR EVOLUTION Check out the changes between the historic KRR and the 2022 KRR 39.5 ​ KRR CHANGES The Klondike Road Relay takes place on the open highways. To ensure the safety of over 2000 runners, support persons, and checkpoint volunteers, we take SAFETY seriously. Our Safety committee is working on some race adaptations to ensure your safety. When ready they will be posted on the link below. If some of the SAFETY rules are broken it will result in a teams disqualification. SAFETY RULES COMING SOON!

  • RACE INFO | klondikeroadrelay

    ALL THINGS RELAY Click the links on this page to learn about our great race! 2022 KRR RACE GUIDE Updated June 28, 2022 DEADLINES FOMO! Don't miss out by forgetting an important dates. IMPORTANT REGISTRATION Buy a Team and Register Team Members by clicking link below REGISTRATION CAPTAIN'S TOOLS Team Captain's need a checklist to keep their team organized! CAPTAIN CHECKLIST PARTY IN THE PARK! We are going to have a post-race party in the park! Find out details by clicking below. AFTER PARTY COURSE MAPS Find your course description and map by clicking below. MAPS RACE RULES We have a few key rules to keep the race running smoothly and safely. RACE RULES WHAT'S UP We will update this list as questions come in UPDATES NEED A RUNNER? Need a runner? Need a team? Check back here closer to registration to add your name NEED A TEAM / RUNNER ? CATEGORIES Learn more about KRR divisions and categories CATEGORIES RESULTS Check out race results from previous years. RESULTS RESOURCES We are excited to have new runners become part of the KRR family. ​ RUNNING RESOURCES KRR EVOLUTION Check out the changes between the historic KRR and the 2022 KRR 39.5 ​ KRR CHANGES 2022 SAFETY RULES T he Klondike Road Relay takes place on the open highways. To ensure the safety of over 2000 runners, support persons, and checkpoint volunteers, we take SAFETY seriously. Stay tuned for a Safety Video coming within the next couple of weeks ​ 2022 Safety Changes ​ LED lit vest or headlamp and taillamp for anyone running or walking during the hours of 8:30 pm - 7:00 am (YST) NO ear buds Support vehicles cannot shadow rider; pull ahead to safe pull out and get out of vehicle to cheer, then leapfrog up the highway Support team members who are out of their vehicle must wear something that has high vis reflective on it ​ See all safety rules in our 2022 race guide ​

  • Road Relay Race | Klondikeroadrelay.com

    2022 Klondike Road Relay SEPTEMBER 9-10, 2022 KRR STORE HAS ARRIVED! Click the red box to check out the sweet KRR swag for this year KRR 39.5 POP UP STORE CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION Click to see changes for #KRR39.5 ALL THINGS RELAY DISCOVER MORE WHO WE ARE ABOUT THE RACE CELEBRATING 40 YEARS IN 2023! OUR HISTORY FOLLOW US Don't miss out on news and updates. Subscribe to get email updates and follow us at #klondikeroadrelay Enter your email address Subscribe Thanks for subscribing! KRR SOCIAL MEDIA

  • MEET THE TEAM | klondikeroadrelay

    Meet The Team The Klondike Road Relay is organized by Sport Yukon with the amazing support, collaboration, and a ton of work from this amazing advisory committee. Race Logistics- Marg White Marg will send you off in Skagway and greet you with open arms at the finish line. She has been doing race logistics (and anything else we ask) for the road relay for about 35 years. If you haven't met Marg yet, you are missing out. Can't do it without her! ​ Volunteers- Mike Draper Mike's years of experience running KRR checkpoints will help all volunteers be the best they can be. His wisdom, enthusiasm, and can do attitude helps guide us to give better support for our amazing volunteers. Volunteers rock! Hospitality-Cathy Hoehn As the fun director, Cathy brings her positive energy to make the race a place where accomplishments are celebrated and joy is spread. She creates our social media frenzy around race day and is always up for a roadside dance to help cheer on racers! Safety- Kirstie Simpson Kirstie has been quietly looking after you for years providing first aid at many KRR checkpoints. We rely on her for wisdom for all things safety related and has been instrumental in helping the KRR look at its safety protocols. Thanks for keeping us safe. Race Committee- Finish Line- Mike McCann We count on Mike's years of being KRR finish line coordinator as well as an ironman volunteer to help the keep the krr using a racer centered approach to decision making. We appreciate that he challenges the committee to use an inclusive lens. Ken Sylvester- Race Registration Ken is new to helping with the road relay, but his years of expertise hosting other races has been so crucial to us as we re-develop. Thank you Ken for your eye for detail! Timing Team- Scott and Laura Williamson You may never have seen these 2 as they are holed away on computers making all those results happen. All these years in the background, but these two really do a lot of heavy lifting for this race! MEET THE 2022 CHECKPOINT MANAGERS Checkpoint # 1 Marg White helps the town of Skagway to send off waves of runners to the sound of the historic train whistle Checkpoint #2 "True to 2" is how Mike Draper describes his team. His team loves being the first checkpoint to greet racers! Checkpoint #3 Darrell Jonhson and friends will keep you safe at the new checkpoint #3 Checkpoint #4 This could be you! Checkpoint #5 This could be you! Checkpoint # 6 Fionnhula Doran is excited to be taking on Checkpoint 6! Checkpoint #7 Scott Puskas is the team captain for leg 7, and he will start you off on your half-leg race! Checkpoint #8 Stephanie and Yukon Predators are ready to howl for you at Checkpoint #8! Checkpoint #9 Frances Taylor and her curlers will sweep you away for the home stretch! Show More

  • RUNNING RESOURCES | klondikeroadrelay

    Running Resources We are excited you are joining the KRR family! Check out the information, advice, and ideas from veteran relay runners that will help make your experience a great one! Looking for New Running Shoes? Coast Mountain Sports has created a shoe blog that will help you find the right pair for the race! ​ Click the purple box to read the shoe blog Shoe Blog Bear Safety In case you encounter a bear along the race... Jim Welsh - Hunter Education Coordinator for the Yukon will provide you with some bear safety tips. Support Vehicle Safety Please practice the DUTCH REACH when opening car doors. Use your right hand to open door.

  • PARTY IN THE PARK | klondikeroadrelay

    Page Title We are having a Party in the Park! ​ We have heard you and our hospitality crew of FUN directors are working hard. The park is the place you will want to be! ​ From 4:00-7:00 we will have music, prizes, food, and lots more to help you bask in the glory of your accomplishments. Check back here in June for updates!