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Packet pick-up will be available at the Sands History Museum on Friday. In 2022, there will be no packet pick-up on race day (Saturday). A valid U.S. State-Issued ID is required, and we suggest you know your bib number prior to arrival. For more details, visit the Packet Pick-Up page.
All registration and products fees are all non-refundable, even in the event of race cancellation. The only exception is for official military deployment (CED Orders). For more information, visit our Registration Policies page.
- All registered runners will receive a unique bib that must be worn on race day. If you are not wearing your bib during the race, you will be considered a bandit runner and will be escorted off the course.

- The bib must be visible and worn on the front outside of all clothing during the entire race.
- Do not alter the bib in any way.
- Once assigned, bib numbers are non-transferable and must be worn by the registrant to whom they have been assigned. If race organizers become aware that a runner has participated in an event with a bib that is not registered to the runner, both the runner, and the person whom the bib is originally assigned to will be prohibited from participating in future events.
- We use a race bib with the timing device built in. You will not receive a separate timing device.
- Please do not fold the bib. The Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler is not responsible for lost or damaged bibs/timing devices.
- Awards for the overall and military winners will be based on gun time; age category winners will be determined by chip time. Chip times will be used for your official running time and on your certificate of race completion.
- The timing device is disposable and does not need to be returned.
The course time limit of 3:20 hours (updated as of Nov 1) will be strictly enforced for the safety of all participants. Public roads will be re-opened and all runners should be back at the finish line by the time limit. Any runner who refuses to abide by this policy will be disqualified from running in subsequent years. After the time limit is up, no official times will be given. There will be no exceptions to this policy. This limit is based on gun time, not on chip time.
Baggage claim will be available for all registered participants. Runners must use the bags provided at packet pick-up for baggage claim. All bags and persons are subject to search. Your cooperation and patience is appreciated. The Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler is not responsible for unclaimed baggage.
All persons and carry-in items are subject to search.
All unattended bags and items will be removed from the premises.

The following items are not allowed:
- Pets
- Coolers
- Glass
- Alcohol

Your cooperation and patience are appreciated.
- For the safety and enjoyment of all event participants, the course is restricted to registered runners/walkers, wheelchair division participants and official race personnel only.
- No animals, no strollers, no baby joggers, no bicycles, no scooters, no inline skates, no roller skates, and no wheeled vehicles (other than official Bike EMS and Patrol Teams) will be allowed on the course.
- Violators will be disqualified and escorted from the course by race officials.
- For the safety of all, the use of headphones is discouraged.
- The sole responsibility of knowing and following the course rests with each athlete. No adjustments in times or results shall be made for athletes who fail to follow the proper course for any reason.
The Event Alert System (EAS) will be used to communicate the status of the course and event conditions to participants, volunteers, and staff on race day based on the weather and other conditions in and around Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Colored signage will be located throughout the event venues including all medical stations, throughout the race course, and at the start/finish line indicating the levels which range from Low (Green) to Moderate (Yellow) to High (Red) to Event Cancelled (Black). The colored signs also include short messages. Pre-race, all event staff, volunteers, and participants should familiarize themselves with the anticipated event conditions, safety procedures, and the Event Alert System. Alert updates will be communicated via email, social media, and/or mobile app.