RiMaConn Relay

Presented by WebsterBank

Saturday, August 28, 2021

Welcome to the RiMaConn Relay

#RiMaCONN Grab your best running buddies and join this epic relay adventure! Travel through 95 miles of southern New England on a network of scenic multi-use trails of the East Coast Greenway. It’s a totally unique race that will get your team from Rhode Island through Massachusetts to Connecticut by the most eco-friendly transportation method ever – running. Be part of a 6-member team or take on more miles in a 3-person ultra team.

This end-of-summer challenge will feature locally sourced food and ice cold local beer. Sweet swag for each participant includes a commemorative race shirt, a reusable water bottle, custom goodr sunglasses and a finisher’s medal worthy of your epic accomplishment.

The race starts at the Blackstone State Park, Lincoln, RI, and winds through 20 towns in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut, passing along rivers, forests and along shaded trails. You’ll begin with a wave start on Saturday morning and cross the finish line in the evening with a modified post-race party on the Connecticut River at Mortensen Riverfront Plaza in Hartford.

85% of the course runs on the Blackstone River Bikeway, Southern New England Trunkline Trail, Air Line Trail, Hop River Trail and Charter Oak Greenway. A small portion (15%) of the course travels on roads.

95 Miles /// 18 legs /// 6 or 3-person team

Run The Green Way

What you Get

Top off a great day of running, comradery and accomplishment with some really sweet swag and an epic post race party!

Fees

Register early and save!

EARTH DAY SPECIAL
(April 22 – April 25)

$660 – 6 Person Team ($110 pp)
$420 – 3 Person Team ($140 pp)

EARLY Fee
(Beginning April 26 – May 11)

$780 – 6 Person Team ($130 pp)
$495 – 3 Person Team ($165 pp)

STANDARD Fee
(Beginning May 12 – July 1)

$840 – 6 Person Team ($140 pp)
$555 – 3 Person Team ($185 pp)

LATE FEE
(Beginning July 2)

$960 – 6 Person Team ($160 pp)
$600 – 3 Person Team ($200 pp)

REGISTRATION DETAILS

The team captain must register themselves and pay for the entire team. Once the team is created, the team captain must invite other team members to register through their Team Captain Participant Account in haku. A unique URL will be sent to each team member to complete their registration.

All teams must be complete with either 3 or 6 members to compete in the event. We’ve capped registration at 130 teams.

PARTICIPANT/TEAM REQUIREMENTS

Teams must be able to average 10:30 minutes per mile pace, use the team pace calculator to determine average pace. The course must be completed within 16.5 hours, average pace of 10:30 is required to ensure finishing within limits.

Participants must be at least 14 years of age on race day to register for the Six Person Team, and 16 years of age on race day to register for the Three Person Team.

A full team refund (minus processing fees) is available until June 1, 2021. After June 1, there are no refunds or deferrals for this event.

ONLINE REGISTRATION HELP

If you are having trouble registering online and need immediate assistance, you may contact support@hakusports.com or by phone, 844-299-2087, Monday-Friday between the hours of 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. Or, you may send an email to registration@hartfordmarathon.com and a staff person will provide assistance by reply email.

Results

6-Person Team Event Records
  • Overall and Male Team: Half Steppers – 8:40:38 (2019)
  • Female Masters: Lunachicks! – 16:46:41 (2019)
  • Female Team: The Ice Cream Enthusiasts – 13:00:51 (2019)
  • Male Masters: JZ and the Sunshine Band – 12:11:50 (2019)
  • Mixed Team: Brown Running Club – 10:38:41 (2019)
3-Person Team Event Records
  • Overall and Male Team: Dads and Tatts – 12:01:22 (2019)
  • Female Masters: W.A.S. – 14:43:44 (2019)
  • Female Team: MashMahConn – 12:48:30 (2019)
  • Male Masters: The Beer Witch Project -14:05:54 (2019)
  • Mixed Team: What The Hill? – 13:52:52 (2019)
WebsterBank
East Coast Greenway Alliance
DEM Rhode Island
DRC Massachusetts
Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection