What if I am unable to attend the Expo? Will I be able to pickup a friend or family member’s race packet? Please visit How to Pickup Your Race Packet in our online Final Instructions for options.
How do I run virtually? Please visit Virtual Runner for more information about running our events virtually.
Is the SDHM a part of the Triple Crown Series? Yes! The 2022 San Diego Half Marathon is the middle race in the Triple Crown Series! Another option is to run the San Diego 5K and earn the SoCal 3×5 medal.
What time does each race start? The 5K will start at 6:55 AM, the Half Marathon will start at 7:30 AM and the 10K Start time is approximately 8:10 AM. Please note that all 10K Participants will be shuttled from the start area of the Half Marathon beginning at 7:00AM. All of our races share the same finish line and we navigate our wave starts around the trolley schedule to prevent congestion on the course.
I want to help! We would love to have you join our volunteer Race Crew by signing up online. We have volunteer shifts available all weekend long, from Friday, March 25 through Sunday, March 27.
How do I earn Legacy Perks? Our Legacy Perks Program rewards those runners who return to run with us year after year! To be eligible for Legacy Perks you must complete the San Diego Half Marathon either in-person or virtually multiple, consecutive years. Relay, 10K and 5K participants are not eligible for Legacy Perks. Your Legacy status resets if you do not complete the San Diego Half Marathon in consecutive years. You can verify your attendance and check your past results on our website.
What is the 10K course? Our 10K runners will run the last 6.2 miles of the Half Marathon course sharing the same finish line as our other distances. Before the races start, all of our 10K runners will take a complimentary shuttle from the start area of the Half Marathon to the 10K start line.
Can I bring a running stroller? Unfortunately, we are not able to allow strollers on any of our San Diego courses due to a few key sections of the course that are too narrow to accommodate wheeled vehicles, the steep descent on the Half Marathon course, and the trolley tracks that are crossed. While the trolley schedule is limited to provide minimal disruption to our runners, the trolleys actively operate during the race and are a safety concern for all wheeled vehicles. We do have a partnership with Team Hoyt so you may see some of their guided wheelchairs on the course. Thank you for your understanding.