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The 9th Annual MLK Dream Run is on and it's Virtual this year! Martin Luther King's Dream is more important than ever, and this year you can celebrate it by participating virtually.
In the Virtual MLK Dream Run you will receive official race results, water bottle, swag, and entry in a raffle. Participating in the Virtual Race and being in the Official MLK Dream Run Results is super easy!
1. A week prior to the race you will receive an email with your Virtual Race Bib and link to submit results.
2. When the race officially starts on Saturday, October 17th you will receive an email and text message welcoming you to the race.
3. You will have between Saturday, October 17th and the end of day Saturday, October 31st to complete and submit your race result.
4.Share your experience on social media pre and post run and tag us @MLKDreamRun
5.Submission of your race results can be done via web form or text message.
6. When submitting your results, you will have the option to include a link to your Strava or Garmin Connect activity. If you do this, your results will be marked as Verified. If you don't have one of these apps, you can install Strava from your phone's app store and run with your phone.
7.When you report your results, you will be able to upload photos of your race to go into the Official MLK Dream Run Race Photo Gallery.
8.Race results will be produced online and ranked in the following categories: overall, gender, and age group.
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