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Volunteer

Welcome to the DC Road Runners Club volunteer page.

We always need additional help in putting on races and conducting training runs. 

Please update your profile information by clicking here so we know where we can contact you for help!

 

Volunteer Opportunities  

 Steve Thompson 8k, August 7nd – Belle Haven Park, Alexandria, VA, 6am

 

We really need a few more volunteers this Sunday to ensure this race is a success. The course is an out and back on the Mt. Vernon trail, starting and finishing at Belle Haven Park, turning around at Alexandria Avenue. If you (or a friend or family member accompanying you) would like to volunteer, please sign-up here. If the volunteer link doesn’t work, email the race director Ian Clements here to let him know you are available to volunteer.

 

 

Paul Thurston 4.5 Miler, August 16th, Burke Lake, VA 5:30pm

This race would not be possible without volunteers.  Your time and energy is greatly appreciated, and we need lots of volunteers for this race. Please sign-up here to volunteer.

 

Cross Country 3 Miler, August 20th, Lake Accotink Park, Springfield, VA, 4pm

This race also includes a kids’ race and the DCRR annual picnic.  We need a lot of volunteers to ensure every event is successful.  Race-day Information: Kids’ race starts at 5:30pm. Adults’ race starts at 5:40pm. Dinner begins at 6:15pm. For directions to Lake Accontink Park (Large Shelter) click here! Please sign-up here to volunteer.

 

Marine Corps Marathon Water Stop, October 30, Washington, DC

DCRR will again support Marine Corps Marathon at a water and food stop at the intersection of Canal Rd and Foxhall Rd, just past Georgetown University. This is a new location for us and is a stop for the 50K runners, a smaller group than the full marathon.

To sign up, go to:  https://xactllc.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/?id=63687 and enter the passcode “WP50KDCRRC”. This will take you to the registration page for our group. Enter your information and your all set.

Contact ted.cochrane@verizon.net if you have questions.

 

Race Timing and Co-Directing Race

We are looking for club members interested in gaining experience in timing races as well as co-directing club races or becoming race directors. If interested, please contact Ben.

 

Saturday Long Run Group (SLR)

Receive volunteer credit by supporting the The Saturday Long Run group. The SLR is in need of volunteers to provide mid-run/post-run drinks and route map printing. For more info and to sign up to volunteer contact Megan Curtin, megan@dcroadrunners.org 

  

 

 

 

Marine Corps Marathon/50K Volunteers

On October 30, 2022, DC Road Runners will again be supporting the Marine Corps Marathon & 50K at a water and food stop at the intersection of Canal Rd. and Foxhall Rd., just past Georgetown University. This is a new location for us and is a stop for the 50K runners, so a lot smaller group than the full marathon.
To sign up, go to https://xactllc.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/?id=63687 and enter the secret passcode “WP50KDCRRC”. This will take you to the registration page for our group. Enter your personal information and you're all set! Any questions, contact Ted Cochrane.
Volunteering for this event will count for the 2022-23 Snowball Series.
 

Constant Needs:

We are always looking for Saturday Long Run refreshment volunteers. If you plan to attend SLR for at least 2 consecutive weeks, and haven't volunteered in a while (or at all), please consider helping to support the group (and yourself)! This is a fairly easy job, all you have to do is bring gatorade, water, and cups to SLR on Saturday morning, and the club will reimburse the expenses (think of all the rewards points you can get!)  Please (read: please, please, pretty please) check the SLR Page for dates needed, and e-mail slr@dcroadrunners.org if you are able to help out!

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To advertise a volunteer activity, contact Delna Clark.

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The DC Road Runners Club is a member of the Road Runners Club of America and is also affiliated with USA Track & Field. We provide a year-round schedule of running events that offer everyone a chance to participate regardless of age, gender, or athletic ability.