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HOT CHOCOLATE 5K / 15K – 2017
Saturday, February 11th, 2017
Bicentennial Mall State Park, Nashville, Tennessee

We are proud to have Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) as the official charity partner of the Hot Chocolate 15k/5k series. The RMHC program provides a “home-away-from-home” for families and children facing a serious medical crisis so they can stay close by their hospital at little or no cost. For more information on our charity partner visit our charity page.

Hot Chocolate 15/5k Nashville

REGISTER

  • 15k
  • Start Time: 7:00am
  • Corrals open at 6:30am and close at 6:55am
  • Recommended Arrival Time – 6:00am
  • 5k
  • Start Time: 7:00am
  • Corrals open at 6:30am and close at 6:55am
  • Recommended Arrival Time – 6:00am

Corral FAQ

What do you mean by Race Pace?
Your race pace is how many minutes it takes you to run or walk one mile. Say it takes you ten minutes to run one mile. That means that your race pace is 10 minutes per mile.

How can I find my corral assignment?
You can confirm your Start Corral assignment approximately ten days prior to that event on the Your Races page in your RAM Racing account. Your Start Corral will be listed next to your name, city, state, and age division. Start corral assignments will also be sent in a Runner Info email approximately ten days prior to the event.

What is a Preferred Start Corral?
Preferred Start Corrals are the first corrals to start each race, and are open only to those participants who meet specific criteria. For more information about Preferred Start Corrals please see the section above.

How am I assigned a corral if I don’t meet the qualifications for a Preferred Corral?
Runners not meeting the Preferred Start Corral criteria, or choosing not to apply for a preferred corral, will be assigned to an Open Start Corral. Open start corral assignments are based on the anticipated pace per mile entered during the registration process. Open Start Corrals begin the race after the Preferred Start Corrals.

I want to run with a friend/family member but we were assigned different corrals. What should we do? You can move back in corrals but not forward- for example, a runner assigned to Corral A may line up in Corral C but a runner assigned to Corral C will not be allowed to line up in Corral A.

Why does RAM Racing use assigned start corrals?
Assigning start corrals based on anticipated race pace allow us to group like-paced participants together, helping to ensure a safe, fun race experience for all participants.

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