When: August 27, 2022 7:30 am - 1:00 pm
Two Roads Brewing Company is hosting its Annual Shore to The Pour 3-mile (approximate) Beach race. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Audubon Connecticut at Stratford Point. $40.00 entry fee will include a Two Roads Race T-shirt, Medal & (2) beers at the end of the race!
COURSE MAP: https://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=7394618
- Day Before Check in: August 26th 6-8PM at Two Roads Brewing
- Day Of Check In: August 27th @ 7:30AM-9:15AM
- Race Start: 9:30AM
The race registration spots are extremely limited! Don’t wait to sign up!
– There will be NO day of race registration
– Check-in begins at 7:30 am
– START TIME: 9:30AM
First 100 people to register will receive a 2022 Shore 2 Pour Race t-shirt!
– CHECK OUT THE COURSE HERE: https://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=7394618
THE “OPEN” START: TBD UPDATES SOON!
– You will have the opportunity to start on your own, or with a group of FIVE or less, anytime between 8:30 AM & 9:30 AM
– Participant’s start time will be “Chip” recorded as they cross the starting line. The start line will be on the sidewalk that leads out of the park, towards Short Beach Rd.
THE FINISH: TBD UPDATES SOON!
Each participant’s finish time will be “Chip” recorded as they cross the finish line. The finish line will be on the driveway/lot close to the pavilion.
As participants finish, they will receive a text message and/or email with their finishing time.
A list of overall finishing times for all competitors will be continually updated while the race is in progress. Shortly after 10 AM, the final race results should be posted.
Additionally, all participants must adhere to the following requirements:
*Participants are required to be completely self-sufficient. No water stop on the course! Carry your own fluids and DO NOT DROP them on the course!
*When approaching the starting line participants must immediately begin their run WHEN DIRECTED. Participants MUST approach the starting line ready to run.
*Participants will not be allowed to congregate or conduct any race preparation (warm-ups, stretching, adjusting or changing apparel, etc.) in the starting area.
*Except for passing, participants should always remain safe to the side of the road indicated by cones, signs, or volunteers.
*Participants passing one another on the course must adhere to “no drafting” rules KEEPING DISTANCE between other runners at any time.*Participants may pass only when there are not any oncoming runners approaching from the opposite direction. Before passing, participants must be sure they can safely remain six feet behind and then six feet in front of the participant being overtaken before merging back to the road/pathway.
*Participants must follow all instructions of the course marshals and may only cross the street when instructed to do so by the police or course volunteers.
*Failure to adhere to course volunteer instructions and/or crossing at any time other than when instructed will result in immediate disqualification.
*WHEN COMPLETING YOUR RUN AND CROSSING THE FINISH YOU MUST CONTINUE MOVING AS DIRECTED.
Audubon Connecticut supports programs that connect people to nature across the state. Through land stewardship, science, education and advocacy, Audubon Connecticut preserves habitat and protects bird species and other wildlife that are of state, national and global concern. Stratford Point, which is managed by Audubon Connecticut, is one of the best birding destinations in the state and provides 40 acres of habitat that is enjoyed by people, and wildlife. Visit us at- http://ct.audubon.org/
“With past support from Two Roads, Audubon Connecticut has planted hundreds of trees, shrubs, and perennials that benefit wildlife and is actively working to control invasive plant species on site. Audubon and partners are also just finishing a management plan for Stratford Point that will map out additional actions needed to restore and enhance habitats. Funding from the 2020 Shore 2 Pour will go towards implementing some of these actions, making Stratford Point an even better place for birds, butterflies, and people.” (Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe, Stratford Point Audubon Representative)
Questions? [email protected]