June 24, 2014
Announcing the Marathon Club Competition Results
Announcing the Marathon Club Competition Results ...
"I came in with the attitude of only doing one marathon to get it out of my system, I now find myself planning on making the pilgrimage back to Burlington for next years marathon"
Sunday, May 25, 2014
8:03 Marathon & Marathon Relay
Runner & Guest Handbook
Download the complete handbook, including course map
Average Temperature for Race Weekend
8:00am - 48 degrees
Noon - 71 degrees
Additional weather information
Race Packet Pick-Up
Packet Pick-Up Policy
Photo ID is required for all runners picking up their bib, ChronoTrack Tag and race packet. No exceptions. Be prepared to show ID.
If you are unable to pick up your own bib, a proxy can do so by presenting a copy of the runner’s photo ID or a copy of the runner’s confirmation email. Please understand that without ONE of these documents we will not be able to release the race packet to anyone other than the registered runner.
Race Shirt sizes are not guaranteed; please arrive early for best selection.
Times and Locations
Runners are encouraged to pick-up their bibs at the EXPO on Friday or Saturday.
Pick-up Location in the Expo
First, travel upstairs and locate your bib number on the large display boards then proceed to packet pick-up. After bib pick-up is complete, continue downstairs to pick-up your race shirt.
Friday, May 23 1pm – 8pm
Saturday, May 24, 9am-7pm
Sport & Fitness EXPO
Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center
Race Headquarters/Sport & Fitness EXPO
870 Williston Road, Burlington, VT
Race Day, Sunday, May 25, 5:30am-7:00am
One Main Street, Suite 304, Burlington VT
(4 blocks downhill from the start)
Absolutely no bibs will be available at the Start Line on Race Day
Boston Marathon Qualifier
KeyBank Vermont City Marathon is a Boston Marathon Qualifying Race. We automatically provide BAA with our results after the race.
The KeyBank Vermont City Marathon is the Regional Championship Race
Any entrants in the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon who wish to compete for prize money, or RRCA and/or USATF awards, must race in compliance with RRCA/USATF/IAAF and KBVCM rules. Some rules to be aware of:
1. The use of headphones is not allowed for competitors competing for prize money and RRCA/USATF awards. If you choose to wear headphones and finish in a money-winning place, you may be subject to forfeiture of prize money and RRCA/USATF awards.
2. Competitors competing for prize money may accept nutritional aid (water, other fluids, food, gels, etc) only at one of our “official aid stations”. Accepting nutritional aid from any outside source (family member, friends, un-official front-yard stations) may subject a competitor to forfeiture of prize money and RRCA/USATF awards.
3. “Pacing” may only be done by officially entered competitors with bib numbers. You may not have a friend, family member, training partner, coach, etc who is not entered in KBVCM alongside you for an extended period of time whether on foot, on a bicycle, or in a vehicle. Non-compliance with this rule may subject a competitor to disqualification.
Any competitors who earn prize money must hold a current active USATF membership in order to receive payment. For international runners, membership in your country’s national governing body for the sport of running is required, and your payment may be subject to IRS withholding.
USATF and RRCA rulebooks can be found at their websites. If you intend to compete for prize money please familiarize yourself with the rules of competition. Contact our office via email if you have any questions.