Entry fee includes
Entry to the race
Staffed course and water stations
Water bottles (upon completion)
If you are unable to continue at any point along the course, you should seek the assistance of a race marshal who will get help for you as soon as possible. Do not continue if you feel unwell.
Note: Medical points can be located on the course map. If you come across another participant that needs medical attention, please locate a member of the Resolution run team for assistance. Medical staff will be available at the starting and the finishing points of all races and roaming throughout the general area. If you start to feel unwell or are in serious difficulty please move directly towards this lane to seek attention. Please bring Band-Aids along in case you require them during the race.
Water Stations and Sun Safety
Make sure you slip, slop, slap on race day to avoid getting sunburnt and remember to reapply sunscreen every 2 hours. The Resolution run team will be on hand to help you stay sun safe at the start and at the Race recovery area.
Dehydration is one of the factors that can contribute to heat illness. During exercise, substantial amounts of water are lost through sweating, especially when exercising vigorously in the heat. This can contribute to dehydration.
Dehydration is rarely the sole cause of sports heat illness, but maintaining an adequate water intake assists body temperature control.
To avoid dehydration, Sports Medicine Australia recommends that:
- Participants drink approximately 500mls (2 glasses) of water in the 2 hours prior to exercise.
- During exercise longer than 60 minutes, 2-3 cups (500-700ml) of cool water or sports drink are sufficient for most sports.
- After exercise, replenish your fluid deficit to ensure that you are fully rehydrated, but not over-hydrated.
- You should also avoid alcohol and caffeine in the lead up to an event as these can both contribute to dehydration.
- Have a great race.