Current 2021 Event Safety Guidelines

The 2021 Faxon Law Fairfield Road Races will exceed all state and local safety guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our participants, volunteers, race staff and community members. Please review our 2021 event safety guidelines below. Guidelines subject to change, please review all guidelines prior to race day.

  • The half marathon is limited to 2,500 participants.

  • The 5K is limited to 1,500 participants.

  • Participants will line up, socially distanced, based on their estimated pace time for a rolling start.

  • NO race day registration is available.

  • Masks required at all times. Participants may remove their masks while running but must wear them when passing others on the course and in the start and finish areas.

  • NO baggage claim.

  • NO shuttle transportation to Jennings Beach.

  • Numerous hand sanitizer and washing stations.

  • On-course water stations with single-use bottles.

  • Pre-packaged grab-and-go food bags & bottled water at finish line.

  • Socially distanced portable toilets.

  • Results not available on site.¬† Will be posted online on race day by mid-afternoon.

  • Awards will be mailed to participants. Awards will not be presented on site.

  • If you are sick or have flu-like symptoms, please stay home! Participants have until 6:00am on race morning to emails jody@jbsports.com to defer to our 2022 race if they are feeling ill or uncomfortable joining us at our live event.