RACE DAY INFO

Race Times

Race times for both events will be posted the week of the event. During the registration, if you selected a time slot (i.e. 11:00am) that means you will be slotted into a heat between 11:00am and 11:59am on a first-come first-serve basis until each heat is full.

Individuals and Teams are grouped into small heats to reduce congestion on the course and at obstacles and are released in short intervals.

 

Race Kits

The registration Tent will open at 9:30am. Please arrive 30-45 minutes prior to your scheduled run time to sign-in and receive your timing chip and race kit.

Parking/Admission

Muddy Grape Niagara:
On-site parking is available at Hernder Estate Wines. Please enter the property using DRIVEWAY #2 on the west side of the winery and a volunteer will be on-hand to direct you into a parking space.

Muddy Grape Guelph:
Our NEW VENUE HAS ON-SITE PARKING! Parking for participants and spectators will be available at GUELPH LAKE CONSERVATION AREA at (7743 Conservation Rd, Guelph)

Race Attire/Accessories

Participants should consider bringing:

  • running shoes – consider a pair that you’re willing to get wet but can still help you navigate your way over, under and through the obstacles!
  • towels
  • a dry change of clothes
  • waterproof sunscreen
  • water – water will be available for participants
  • money – take advantage of the post-race festivities by shopping at one of the many vendor tents or enjoying a cold drink in the beer gardens
  • Great attitude! This will be the most fun you have all year.
 No outside alcoholic beverages or glass bottles allowed.

Event Photos

Official photos from the Muddy Grape Guelph can be found here: http://prestigephoto.zenfolio.com/2018_guelph_muddy_grape

Race Prizing:

Prizes are awarded to
1st Place Male Competitive Division
2nd Place Male Competitive Division

1st Place Female Competitive Division
2nd Place Female Competitive Division

Top Fundraiser – Team
Top Fundraiser – Male
Top Fundraiser – Female

Thank you everyone for taking part and supporting the Ontario Special Olympics with the

Law Enforcement Torch Run.