2017-18 Series Information
TIME & PLACE:
8am start for long-course walkers
Forest Park Visitors Center
5595 Grand Drive, St. Louis, MO 63112
DATES, DISTANCES & ROUTES:
|Saturday, Dec 16 – Event #1:
Saturday, Dec 30 – Event #2:
Saturday, Jan 13 – Event #3:
Saturday, Jan 27 – Event #4:
Saturday, Feb 10 – Event #5:
New: The Half Marathon on Jan. 27 will now include finisher medals! The half marathon can be run as part of the Series or on its own. Registration for just the half marathon is just $30.
2016-17 Photos! Matthew Schott took some great photos at two sets of 2016-17 Frostbite runs. Just click on the dates below to view the photos from those runs: Dec. 31: 10-miler and 2-miler Feb. 11: 15K and 3K
Frostbite Series Information
There will be one bib assigned to each participant that they will use for each of the five races. After you pick up your bib, keep it and wear it for the rest of the series. If you loose or forget your bib on race morning, just head to the race day registration line in the Learning Lab at the Forest Park Visitor’s Center for a replacement.
Bib pickup will be held on race day from 7-8:20am at the Forest Park Visitor Center.
Series entrants: There will be one bib assigned to each participant that they will use for each of the five races. If you lose or forget your bib on race morning, just head to the race day registration line in the Learning Lab at the Forest Park Visitor’s Center for a replacement.
All series entrants will receive a race shirt. Individual race registrants do not receive a shirt, but shirts are available for purchase ($15 per shirt). Shirts will be available for pickup after completion of the second event and every event after.
Click here to register for individual races or for the whole five-part series. Series registration will be available through event #2. Race day registration is available for both the series and each individual event. SLTC Members can register here to receive their member discount.
- $75 per non-SLTC member participant for the whole series through 12/2 – $85 per non-SLTC member participant for the whole series after 12/2
- $55 per SLTC member participant for the whole series through 12/2 – $65 per SLTC member participant for the whole series after 12/2
- $20 per non-SLTC member participant for an individual race ($30 for half marathon) – $15 per SLTC member participant
Weather and Cancellation Policy: The safety of our participants is our highest priority. Races will be held rain, snow, or shine and will not be cancelled except for cases of severe weather or unsafe road/trail conditions. Less threatening conditions may cause alterations of the course or post event activities to ensure participant, volunteer, and community safety. We are a nonprofit organization and all net proceeds are used to further the St. Louis Track Club’s mission in the community. As such, no refunds or credits will be given in the case of cancellation due to weather.
Ribbons will be given at each individual race to the top three finishers (per gender) in the following age groups:12 & under, 13-14, 15-16, 17-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 & over.
Your age on December 17 will determine your age for the Series. You must complete at least three races to be eligible for a series award. There will be 3 to 5 awards per age group, depending on the number of entries in each age group. Your best four races will be awarded points based on your age group placement using the following scale:
1st – 50 points, 2nd – 45 points, 3rd – 40 points, 4th – 35 points, 5th – 30 points, 6th – 25 points, 7th – 20 points, 8th – 15 points, 9th – 10 points, All finishers receive 5 points
Pet Policy at SLTC Events:
The St. Louis Track Club is in agreement with the Road Runners Club of America that no dogs, except service animals, participate in running/walking events.
RRCA Guidelines for Dogs at/or in Events The Road Runners Club of America strongly recommends that group run leaders and event organizers adopt a “no dogs/pets allowed” policy for anyone participating in group training runs or organized events. Furthermore, event organizers should have a “no dogs/pets allowed” policy for volunteers, spectators, and participants in the start and finish areas of an event. Only service dogs should be allowed at an event with a participant or spectator, and an event organizer may ask if a dog is a service animal.
Thank you for abiding by these guidelines.