|RUN'OPOLY BOARD :: TRAILS|
| Running League // RUN'OPOLY
Draft-Based: Registrants may choose up to 1 friend to be on his/her team, and the rest of each roster will be drafted based on skill level and experience. *The friend you choose MUST choose you back during registration.
May 29th, 2012
Tuesday/Saturday (you may receive bonus pts. for running on both days, but only 1 day is required)
Runs will be determined each week by captains of each team working together to determine the best location for each team. Each row on the board will have a group of 8 different runs associated with that run. Tuesday run will be picked from the row that the home team is located on and Saturday runs will be picked from the row that the visiting team is located on.
The running season is 12 weeks long
Team runs may take place at anytime during Tuesday or Saturday
LOVE ACTIVISM EVENT:
The charge will be $35 per player.
Payments can be made online during registration or by mailing cash/check to Red Rocks Church (18301 W. Colfax Ave. Bldg P. Golden, CO 80401)
*FULL PAYMENT MUST BE MADE 7 DAYS PRIOR TO THE LEAGUE START DATE. IF NO PAYMENT IS RECEIVED BY THIS TIME, YOUR SPOT WILL OPEN UP TO OTHER PLAYERS. REFUNDS WILL NOT BE GIVEN AFTER 7 DAYS PRIOR TO THE LEAGUE START DATE.
The league fee include Red Rocks league dry-fit running t-shirt.
Click Here to register for the draft.
Registration ends on Friday May 18th, 2012.
Must be 18 years or older to participate.
PLAYER WAIVER & RELEASE FORM
Before any player can participate in any Red Rocks Sports league or activity, he must submit a liability waiver during online registration.
Each team is comprised of beginner, intermediate, and experienced runners. Therefore, points are determined by running level and distance completed. We will be using a multiplier system (see below).
Experienced Runner: 2 miles = 1 multiplier
Intermediate Runner: 1.5 miles = 1 multiplier
Beginner Runner: 1 mile = 1 multiplier
Each space on the Run'opoly board has a 'mileage point value' associated with it. Please take the number of your multiplier and use that to determined the total point value for each run. For example, if you are an intermediate runner and your team is on a space with a mileage value of 10 points, you would need to complete 1.5 miles to receive 10 points. You may complete more than 1.5 miles, and for each multiplier up to 3 you can receive credit for. As an intermediate runner, if you complete 4.5 miles, you will ultimately receive 30 points in the above example.
**A runner may only receive up to a multiplier of 3, even if running more mileage. (E.g. if an experienced runners completes 8 miles, they WOULD NOT receive 4 for their multiplier, they would only receive 3)