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ROSE BOWL TRUKEY TROT

ABOUT

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About The 
Rose Bowl Turkey Trot

We can't wait for you to join us in person or virtually for the 5th Annual Turkey Trot. Racers, walkers, skippers and jumpers alike will find the fun in continuing their holiday tradition wherever in the world brings them joy! 

 

IN PERSON RACE INFORMATION:

Q: What does my registration include? 

A: Your registration includes access to the onsite race, a race bib, and finishers medal. 100% of your ticket registration is tax deductible and goes towards the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation's America's Stadium Needs America Campaign. 

Q: How old do I need to be to participate?

A: Trotters can participate in all ages! 

Q: Where will the start line and registration table be?

A: On the corner of West Dr. and Seco St. 

Q: Where do I park, and do I have to pay?

A: Parking will be free and in Lot K.

Q: What time does the race start?

A: The Turkey Trot will begin at 9am. 

Q: Can I bring pets to the race?

A: Yes! You may bring dogs as long as they are on a leash.

Q: Will there be water stations?

A: Yes, a water station will be set-up halfway around the route, but we suggest you bring your own water as well.

Q: Will the event be rain or shine?

A: Yes, it will be rain or shine but hopefully shine 😊

Q: Should I wear a costume? 

A: Yes, costumes are highly encouraged to get into the Thanksgiving spirit!

Q: I have a small child. Can I race with a stroller? 

A: Yes! In the spirit of family involvement strollers are encouraged! We kindly ask participants with strollers to allow other racers to pass safely. 

Q: Do I need to wear a mask to the race?

A: No, because this is an outdoor event, a face mask is not required. 

Q: Do I need to be vaccinated to participate in the race?

A: No, proof of vaccination is not required for the Turkey Trot. 

 

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