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When does online registration close?
Online registration closes on Monday May 10, 2021 at 11:59 PM.
Is the 2021 run cancelled?
The in-person run for 2021 is cancelled but the virtual run is not.
The health and safety of our visitors, volunteers, and community are of utmost importance. Following the CDC directives and guidelines issued by the State of Michigan, which currently stipulate the event is limited to an overall total of 300 people, we must forego our in-person Tulip Time Run 5K, 10K and Kids Run this year. Government Order
What do virtual runners get for signing up?
All virtual participants will receive a participant bib, buff and medal. Run shirts and hoodies are also available for purchase HERE
We will begin shipping all runner items and swag at the end of April. Items will be shipped in the order of registration date. We will ship you your race medal, race buff and race t-shirt or hoodie if you purchased one. Your race bib is digital and you are able to print it yourself.
May I transfer events (i.e. 5K instead of 10K) if I’ve already registered? Transfer to VIRTUAL
Yes, you are able to transfer events for free. Including transferring to the virtual run. Transfers can be made to your registration by logging into your RunSignUp account. HERE are the transfer instructions. If you have any troubles doing this, please email Eddie Kline at firstname.lastname@example.org with the changes that need to be made.
May I transfer my bib number to someone else if I registered but can no longer participate?
Yes, we allow participant transfers. You are able to transfer your race entry to another individual for a $5 fee. Participant transfers can be made by logging into your RunSignUp account. HERE are the participant transfer instructions.
May I defer my 2021 registration to 2022? Sorry no, we are not allowing race deferrals this year.
When and where is packet pick-up?
See packet pick up for details.
What are the age divisions?
There are no age group awards this year.
How is the event timed?
Virtual runners can time themselves and submit their own results after they run.
When and where will race results be posted?
Results are posted as they are submitted on our registration page.
Are there awards for the races?
Yes, every 5K, 10K Virtual runner receives a finisher medal. There are no age division awards. There are no prizes for overall winners.
Will there be race day photos?
We encourage virtual runners to take photos of their run and upload them to our photos page and share on their social media. #ExperienceTulipTime #TulipTimeRun
I got directions to transfer to the virtual run, I followed all the instructions but all is the same, did I really have to transfer to the virtual run or was it done automatically?
If you signed up for the in-person 5K or 10K run and want to transfer into the virtual 5K or 10K run you must complete the transfer on your own. Runners are not automatically transferred into the virtual run. Follow these instructions to transfer.
I am confused if I am to just run and send in my time for the 10k, or do I need to use the RaceJoy app?
Virtual runners have 2 options to submit their run results. They can be submitted here on the Tulip Time Run registration page or through the RaceJoy app.
Will there be any start, finish line or arrows on the street on May 1st? I do not understand the statements about 300 people outdoors, etc?
Yes, the 5K & 10K Tulip Time Run routes will be marked with all turns on May 1. The 5K is marked with blue arrows and the 10K is marked with yellow arrows. All arrows are marked on the edge of the road as runners travel facing traffic.
The official regulations by the MDHHS states that running events cannot have more than 300 people at an event. Tulip Time Run is NOT hosting a running event this year on May 1 or any other date. We have just marked the course for anyone to use anytime they want to run or walk it.
What does the term virtual run even mean, I thought on an app the streets of Holland could be seen on a map as I run on my own designated path?
Technically a virtual run means participating in the run on your own without showing up to the actual hosted run. That is what Tulip Time Virtual Run is this year. It also means a runner can complete the running distance at any location of their choosing. In addition to our 5K and 10K race routes we have created some other running routes throughout Holland that pass by tulips for runners to have more options.
Additional Questions? Email Race Director, Eddie Kline, email@example.com