iDaph Events Podcast

Frostbite Race Guide Podcast

February 03, 2021 Host Allison Capps, Creative Marketing Coordinator at iDaph events and Daphne Kirkwood, owner and Race Director at iDaph Events Season 2 Episode 2
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Frostbite Race Guide Podcast
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iDaph Events Podcast
Frostbite Race Guide Podcast
Feb 03, 2021 Season 2 Episode 2
Host Allison Capps, Creative Marketing Coordinator at iDaph events and Daphne Kirkwood, owner and Race Director at iDaph Events

Let's talk Frostbite Races! The 29th Annual Frostbite Races presented by Hunter Subaru are set for Sunday, February 21, 2021 at the Lelia Patterson Center in Fletcher, North Carolina. The Frostbite races offers a 1 mile, 5K, 10K, and Challenge (15K) distance for those who love to run and be festive and all races take place in the afternoon!

Our Pre Event Guide is where we discuss what to expect on Race Day. Daphne Kirkwood and Allison Capps from the iDaph Team talk about the course, packet pickup, parking, socially distancing, and more - along with many other important details.

New for 2021: COVID and social distance measures will be put in place.  This year we are offering a safe racing, in-person event with staggered, rolling starts over an extended period of time. We also have a new virtual race if you want to join in but aren't ready to do an in person event yet or you want to participate anywhere at any time!

We look forward to seeing you at this annual tradition in February!  For more info about the race and Course Turn-by-Turn directions and maps, please visit our website here - https://idaph.net/frostbite/

Show Notes

Let's talk Frostbite Races! The 29th Annual Frostbite Races presented by Hunter Subaru are set for Sunday, February 21, 2021 at the Lelia Patterson Center in Fletcher, North Carolina. The Frostbite races offers a 1 mile, 5K, 10K, and Challenge (15K) distance for those who love to run and be festive and all races take place in the afternoon!

Our Pre Event Guide is where we discuss what to expect on Race Day. Daphne Kirkwood and Allison Capps from the iDaph Team talk about the course, packet pickup, parking, socially distancing, and more - along with many other important details.

New for 2021: COVID and social distance measures will be put in place.  This year we are offering a safe racing, in-person event with staggered, rolling starts over an extended period of time. We also have a new virtual race if you want to join in but aren't ready to do an in person event yet or you want to participate anywhere at any time!

We look forward to seeing you at this annual tradition in February!  For more info about the race and Course Turn-by-Turn directions and maps, please visit our website here - https://idaph.net/frostbite/