2020 AK Salmon Runs
Healthy and active fun for the whole family!
Registration for the Alaska Salmon Runs on July 18 for the Coho 10K, the Humpy 5K, and the Smolt 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk is now open! You may also participate by running one of those distances earlier in the week and posting your time online.
This year, we’re inviting runners – either participating virtually or in town – to “get your salmon on” and jazz up your running togs a little with salmon-themed attire. We will have prizes for the best outfits! Running results will be posted online, and runners can use digital photo frames for posting race photos on social media. Race certificates will also be available online, and as always, we’ll give out top finishers’ results, making the announcements virtually this year.
We are keeping the event simple and affordable this year, offering vintage t-shirts. Come out and run with us, it’s a great way to stay healthy, get outside, and fill your lungs with clean air!
Run start times, from the CCMC:
- Coho 10K: 10:30 a.m.
- Humpy 5K: 11 a.m.
- Smolt 1 mile Fun Run/Walk: 11:15 a.m.
- We will be staggering start times to maintain space between runners
- All runs will start at the Cordova Community Medical Center (no bus ride to the start)
- Please register online if you can: https://raceroster.com/
- Wear a mask for meeting up at race HQ in the CCMC parking lot
- Please aintain a safe psychical distance from race volunteers
- Runners may participate by running their own 10K or 5K and posting their time on-line — register in the virtual 10K or 5K events
- finish timers (6) (2 hours)
- water station managers (fill individual cups for runners to pick up) (2), this can be done at a distance from runners
- course set up (2)
- course clean up (2)
- Race HQ set up (6, takes one hour)
- Registration and t-shirts, 4 people (1.5 hours) (1 person to a table, 1 runner registering at a time, 6’ apart)
We will be following physical distancing guidelines for this event. It’s not necessary to run with a mask, but please bring one for the registration part of the day, for the safety of other runners and our volunteers.
Irene Webber, race founder, is cheering you on through the pandemic with her rally cry, “See you on the road!”