Q: Can I participate in the Golden Arches race with a jogging stroller?

  • A: Yes. We will ask you to start in the back of the pack, however. There is no extra fee for the stroller.

Q: Can I bring my dog?

  • A: No, unfortunately domestic pets, except for service dogs, are not permitted at this event.

Q: How do I register by mail?

  • A: All registration for this event is available online. There are no convenience fees for online registration.

Q: Can I register at a McDonalds restaurant?

  • A: No, they do not accept registration for the Golden Arches Run. However, many Sacramento area McDonalds restaurants are participating together as sponsors and will be offering $5 off coupon codes, available at the front counter.

Q: Do you permit wheelchairs?

  • A: Yes. Racing wheelchairs will be given a one or two minute head start (at Event Director’s discretion); wheelchairs which are being pushed will be asked to start towards the back with others who are walking.

Q: Do you offer complimentary entries for elite athletes? How about prize money?

  • A: We do not offer complimentary entries or prize money, in order to maximize our donation to our wonderful charities.

Q: Is there a minimum age to participate in either the 5K or the 10K?

  • A: There is not; this is at the parent/guardian discretion.

Q: How can I volunteer for this event?

 

 

Upcoming ACOP Events

 
  1. The Lucky Run

    March 23
  2. Serotonin Surge Charities | Race for the Clinics

    May 18 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  3. Positive Energy Kids Triathlon

    June 23 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
  4. Davis Moo-nlight Race

    July 13 @ 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  5. Davis Labor Day Run

    September 2 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am

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