Frequently asked questions about the
Run, Walk & Roll...

• How do I register? 

Click on the big
RED ' Register Now ' box on Ultra Accessible Run, Walk & Roll 1K page.

• Is there a limit to the number of entries accepted into this event?

YES, the 2019 event is limited to the first 1,000 entrants to register, after which the event will be closed to additional entries.  

• Will the start of the run be loud?

We will be using visual and auditory cues to start the 1K. The auditory cueing will include someone on a microphone saying “Ready…Set…GO!” keeping the noise level to a minimum. Our visual cues will include volunteers waving flags indicating the race has begun.

• How long is the race?

1K = .62 miles

• What is the age limit?

All ages 2 and above are welcome!  Kids 14 & under will be started in various 'waves' based on ages, from oldest (age 14) to youngest in age brackets.  Anyone over 15 will be starting in several waves of older kids and adults,after the youngest kids have had adequate time to get close to the Finish Line inside the Alamodome
• What is the fee for individuals with special needs?

Individuals with a special need will be free, but as they need to be accompanied by an parent, chaperone or guardian, the “buddy runner” will be $25. The event shirt and finisher medal will be awarded to the person who registered as a runner.

• Is it required to have a “Buddy Runner” with me during the race?

Yes, all individuals with special needs must be accompanied by a parent or
guardian to participate.  The 'Buddy Runner' will be issued a 'Buddy
Bib' that they will need to attach to the front of their clothing to be
allowed to participate and enter the Alamodome in the running pathway. 
The 'participant' will need to have their Official Race bib number attached.  

• Can I carry a backpack?

Buddy Runners are not allowed to carry backpacks of their own.  If they need to carry one for their registered runner, it will need to be pre-checked and security 'Cleared' sticker attached prior to the race in the packet pick-up area.

• Can a participant participate in a wheelchair or with the assistance of another mobility device?

Yes, but the wheelchair will need to be checked by our security folks and a special security 'Cleared' sticker applied to it for entry to the Alamdome on the runner pathway.
• What time is the race?

Saturday March 16, 2019 - 
Start time is 10:30 am

• Where do I check in?

Packet pick-up will open at 9 am Saturday morning and will be located in the South parking lot of the Alamodome (Lot A). 

• Parking accommodations?

There will be accessible parking in the South Lot of the Alamodome.  The
vehicle must have an "Accessible Parking" tag and will be Free. 
However, please be sure to indicate on your registration form if you
will be needing an accessible space available so we can plan
accordingly. Anyone not needing 'accessible parking' will be allowed to
parking Lot C of the Alamodome, off of Cherry Street.  Parking in Lot C
will be Free.

• Will there be food and drinks available at the race?

Yes, and a water station will be available at the beginning and end of the race. The race finishes in the Alamodome where participants will also be provided an assortment of fruit, snacks and refreshments.