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ohio`s running road trip - Market to Market ® Relay Ohio
OHIO’S RUNNING ROAD TRIP
SPONSORS
GOLD LEVEL
SILVER LEVEL
PARTNERS
THE Running Spot
Fleet Feet Sports
Up and Running DaytoN
HOUSE OF RUN AND TRI
Interested in sponsoring next year's race? Email [email protected] for Info.
THANK YOU!
WELCOME RUNNERS
LETTER FROM THE RACE DIRECTOR
We are thrilled to welcome you to the 2nd annual Market to Market Relay Ohio and
want to wish your team the best of luck on your journey from Milford to downtown
Dayton. Prepare for a day filled with scenic running, good natured competition and
hilarious inside-joke-antics! The event promises to be a running road trip that your
team will talk about for years to come. We hope that your team makes the Market to
Market Relay an annual tradition.
Safety is always the top priority for the Market to Market Relay. Please read this guide
carefully. It is the key to a successful event. Please also download and print a copy of
the full Market to Market Relay rules for your vehicle from m2mrelay.com. Take care
of yourself, your teammates and other participants.
We would like to thank a few special groups of people that make this race possible.
First, it is safe to say that Ohio has one of the finest trail systems of anywhere in the
country. We owe appreciation to all of the groups and individuals who have helped
make this network possible. Special thanks to the Ohio State Parks, Friends of Little
Miami State Park, Greene County Parks & Trails, and Five Rivers MetroParks. Second,
we want thank all sponsors and for helping to create such a great event. Last, but not
least, please join us in thanking the 250+ volunteers who have given their time to help
make a unique and special day for Ohio runners. A complete list of volunteer groups is
located on page 3.
We hope many of you are taking part in the team costume contest and best decorated
team vehicle contest. Be sure to checkout the rules for entry and voting on page 10.
Be safe, enjoy the day and we’ll see you in Dayton at RiverScape MetroPark after the
race at the Post-Race Shindig & Expo! Save me a pint!
Matt McBride | Race Director
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WHAT'S GOING ON
Advanced Packet pickup
FRIDAY
Dayton | 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Up and Running Dayton
6123 Far Hills Ave, Dayton, OH 45459
Cincinnati | 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Roads Rivers and Trails
118 Main St, Milford, OH 45150
START LINE / HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MILFORD
SATURDAY 5: 00 AM TO 9:00 AM
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Timing baton pick-up (first runner)
Last minute race day packet pick-up
Constume Contest photos
M2M Relay merch available
Free team water from Clermont County CVB
Snack items from Whole Foods Market Cincinnati
Historic Downtown Businesses of Interest
• Road Rivers and Trails (Opens at 5:30 am)
• The Main Cup (Coffee & Muffins) (Opens at 5:15 am)
• Ms. Cheri’s Donuts & More (Opens at 7:00 am)
• Big Poppa’s Café (Opens at 7:30 am)
FINISH LINE / RIVERSCAPE METROPARK
SATURDAY 3:30 PM TO 8:45 PM
• Team Finish
• Finisher medals
• Post-Race Shindig
POST-RACE SHINDIG
SATURDAY 3:30 PM TO 10:00 PM AND BEYOND!
• M2M Headquarters, lost & found & turn in ONE Team Time Card with completed contest votes
• One free beer per runner with more available for purchase. 100% of beer sales benefit A Special
Wish Foundation
• Food Trucks
• Award ceremony
• FREE photo booth
• Team results
• Music provided by Joyful Noise Entertainment
• M2M Relay merch available
• Exhibitors
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THANKS VOLUNTEERS
YOU ARE THE BEST!
Over 250 volunteers pull together the Market to Market Relay Ohio. Please join us in thanking
these individuals throughout the day and know that you are supporting these local organization
through your participation in the race. The Market to Market Relay Ohio is a great community
fundraiser. In 2014 the race donated $11,000 to local community groups and non-profit
organizations and we expect to exceed that donation this year!
Kings Food Pantry
Trail Life USA
St.Vicent de Paul – St. Philips Catholic Church
Friends of the Warren County Park District
Buckeye Trail Association
New Homeowner Initiative
Alter High School Marching Band
Friends of Deeds Point Dog Park
Waynesville High School Marching Band
Spring Valley Lions Club
New Thought Unity Center
Tabithia’s Closet
Leukemia & Lyphoma Society
Harrison’s Heros
American Cancer Society
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
HAM Radio Communication | Queen City Emergency Net & Dayton Amateur Radio Association
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RACE COURSE SAFETY
Safety is the first and foremost priority. It is important that all runners and drivers realize that
the race course occasionally crosses traffic and follows roadways. Please error on the side of
caution, drive slowly, be alert, read the following safety tips and have a great race!
RUNNER SAFETY
Please read and understand all race rules and seek clarification as needed. Beware of vehicles,
THE COURSE IS OPEN TO VEHICLE TRAFFIC. A significant portion of the race course
crosses “live” roads. Obey all traffic and pedestrian laws, unless instructed differently by a
police officer.
Course Signage: Follow all M2M Relay signs and read the stage directions in this guide
carefully. It is your job to know the running route — the signs are only there to assist you.
We recommend carrying water and a cell phone while running.
RUN AGAINST TRAFFIC:
Runners must run against traffic if running on city or county roads unless instructed otherwise.
VISIBILITY GEAR:
All teams are REQUIRED to have at least 2 reflective safety vests, 2 head lamps or flashlights
and 2 blinking LED taillights. One of each MUST be worn by all runners beginning a new stage
during Official Nighttime Hours, before 7:00 am and after 7:30 pm.
NO HEADPHONES:
Runners may not use earphones or any other equipment that interferes with their hearing.
Music devices with speakers below the head are allowed if it does not interfere with your
hearing. YOU NEED TO HEAR APPROACHING VEHICLES AND OTHER TRAIL USERS.
WATER & RESTROOMS:
Runners are in charge of their own water on the course. There will not be water areas
between Exchange Points. Teams should bring enough water to last the duration of the
race. Water refills areas
(hoses/faucets) are located at Exchange Points 4, 11 and 19. As
a way to reduce race day waste, plastic cups will not be provided. Please bring your own
reusable, refillable water bottles and team water jugs. Portable toilets are located at the
start line, finish line, and every Exchange Point unless otherwise noted.
RUNNER VISUAL CUES
ON-COURSE MEDICAL
DIRECTIONAL ARROWS
EXCHANGE POINT
MARKERS
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VEHICLE AND DRIVER SAFETY
Beware of runners on the driving course. A significant portion of the race course crosses
roads. Please refer to the Rules Concerning Vehicles section on page 8.
TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL AND SAFE DRIVING:
• Focus on driving!
• Have your co-pilot read driving directions and give you instructions.
• Know where you are going and look at the map before you start driving.
• Do not arrive at Exchange Points significantly early. (Note: The driving directions are not
always the most direct route. They were created to avoid crossing the runner path and
to lower congestion at Exchange Points. Please follow the driving directions printed in this
booklet.)
WATER, FOOD AND TEAM EMERGENCY GEAR
It is your team’s responsibility to carry adequate team water, food, blankets, first aid supplies,
cell phones, clothing layers and rain gear in your vehicle.
EMERGENCY INFORMATION
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, DIAL 911.
ON-COURSE MEDICAL:
Basic first aid kits are available at all Exchange Points. On-Course Non-Emergency Medical
support will provide rolling ambulance coverage throughout the course. Notify the nearest
volunteer or call the Event Command Center number below to request On Course NonEmergency Medical support. Dial 911 in an emergency.
EVENT COMMAND CENTER: (402) 890-2123 (mobile)
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RACE COURSE SAFETY
POLICE ASSISTANCE AND TRAFFIC LAWS
Runners will be provided with police assistance at stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. Runners MUST obey all
traffic laws unless instructed otherwise by a police officer.
NOTE: If for some reason during the day your team is delayed either because of heavy traffic
when crossing a street or because of a train — these situations are considered part of the course.
LIGHTNING RULE
Lightning at the start of the race may result in a delayed start until the lightning clears. If you
see lightning on the course after the race has started, get your runner off the running route
and into your team vehicle. Follow these procedures:
• Make a note of the time and the location where you exited the course.
• If lightning clears within 30 minutes put your runner back onto the running route where
they left and make a note of the time.
• If lightning persists longer than 30 minutes, move ahead one Exchange Point. For every 30
minutes of lightning delay, please move ahead one Exchange Point.
• Keep accurate track of where and when you left the course and where and when you
returned to the course.
• Resume running at own risk 30 min after last strike.
• Turn this information into M2M Headquarters on your Team Time Card after you finish.
We will then calculate your average pace and apply this pace to the segment of the course
that you missed and will provide you with an official adjusted race time.
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IMPORTANT CONTACTS
HOSPITALS
MERCY HOSPITAL ANDERSON
7500 STATE RD
CINCINNATI, OH 45255
513-624-4500
GREENE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
1141 N. MONROE DR.
XENIA, OH 45385
937-352-2000
TRIHEALTH BETHESDA ARROW SPRINGS
100 ARROW SPRINGS BLVD
LEBANON, OH 45036
513-282-7000
GRANDVIEW MEDICAL CENTER
405 W. GRAND AVE
DAYTON, OH 45404
937-723-3200
KETTERING MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
3535 SOUTHERN BLVD
KETTERING, OH 45429
397-298-4331
MIAMI VALLEY HOSPITAL SOUTH
2400 MIAMI VALLEY DRIVE
CENTERVILLE, OHIO 45459
(937) 438-2400
NON-EMERGENCY COUNTY SHERIFF & POLICE
WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF
GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF
XENIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
BEAVERCREEK POLICE DEPARTMENT
DAYTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
STAGE 1 TO STAGE 12
STAGE 12 TO STAGE 15
STAGE 14
STAGE 16 TO STAGE 17
STAGE 17 TO FINISH
513-695-2525
937-376-5111
937-372-9901
937-426-1225
937-333-2677
EMERGENCY - 911
EVENT COMMAND CENTER: (402) 890-2123 (mobile)
If your team decides to drop from the race for any reason including a medical concern,
incident or emergency, please notify the Event Command Center.
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RACE RULES
GENERAL RULES
1. TEAM MATRIX:
Teams shall consist of six, seven or eight runners. Teams must run in a fixed order and
each runner shall complete multiple legs of the Relay, called Stages. Each Stage will be
approximately 3 to 5 miles. Teams must carry a “baton,” passing it from runner to runner at
each Exchange Point. There will be 19 Stages and, therefore, 19 Exchange Points and a Team
Finish (the starting line is Exchange Point 1).
2. MINIMUM TEAM SPEED: Teams arriving at the finish line after 8:45 pm will not
receive a finish time.
RULES CONCERNING VEHICLES
Please use your best judgment when driving, and please watch for runners and other pedestrians.
1. VEHICLES AND RUNNERS:
Vehicles may not stop to interact or support runners on the course unless an injury has
occurred or a runner has taken a wrong turn. Vehicles must always take the Driver’s Path.
Please remember, runners are in charge of their own water and nutrition while running
between Exchange Points and may not be supported.
2. NUMBER OF VEHICLES AND TYPES ALLOWED:
Team vehicles must be less than seven feet in width and less than 21 feet in length. Large vans, minivans and SUV’s are allowed. No RVs, mini-buses, trailers or limos are allowed. All vehicle passengers
must have access to a safety belt. Team’s violating this rule will be immediately disqualified.
3. LOCATION OF ID TAG:
Registered team vehicles must display an official identification tag in the front and rear
window. The tag must be visible to race officials at the Exchange Points. Only team vehicles
displaying the official tag will be allowed to park at the Exchange Points.
4. DRIVING DIRECTIONS:
Team vehicles MUST follow the driving directions provided in the Race Day Guide. Directions
have been designed to eliminate vehicle contact with runners and lowering congestion at
Exchange Points. If a vehicle gets lost or takes a wrong turn and does not reach the next
Exchange Point in time, the time is lost and will not be awarded back.
5. TRAFFIC LAWS:
Team vehicles MUST obey all speed limits, traffic signs, other traffic laws and instructions
from race officials.
6. RUNNER SAFETY:
Team vehicles must drive at a normal rate of speed. Vehicles may not block or interfere with
other vehicles, and must yield the right of way to runners at all times.
7. PARKING:
At the Exchange Points, team vehicles must park in designated areas only. Vehicles may not stop
within the Exchange Point area, even to discharge runners, until parked in the designated area.
THIS SECTION IS A SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT RACE RULES. ALL TEAMS ARE TO
DOWNLOAD A COPY OF THE COMPLETE RACE RULES FOR THEIR TEAM VEHICLE
FROM M2MRELAY.COM.
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RULES CONCERNING RUNNERS
1. RUNNING ORDER:
Team members will run in a fixed order. For example, on a seven-person team, Runner 1 will
complete Stages 1, 8 and 15; Runner 2 will complete stages 2, 9 and 16; and so on. On a sixperson team, Runner 1 will complete Stages 1, 7, and 13 Runner 2 will complete Stages 2, 8,
and 14; and so on. See the complete runner matrices on page 12.
2. OFFICIAL BIBS:
Runners must wear their official race bib numbers corresponding to their position on the
team. The first runner must wear a number ending in “1”, the second runner must wear a
number ending in “2” and so on. Race numbers must be visible from the front.
3. BATON EXCHANGE:
The “baton” must be passed from one runner to the next within the defined Exchange Zone
at each Exchange Point. Runners must carry the “baton” so that it is visible to race officials
while approaching and leaving the Exchange Zone. Batons will be supplied at the Start Line to
the first runner and will also serve as the timing chip.
4. WRONG TURN:
Runners who take a wrong turn must return to the course where they left it and continue on
the correct route. Runners may use the team vehicle or other transportation to return to the
correct route, provided they complete the entire correct route unaided.
5. TRAFFIC LAWS:
Unless a police officer instructs you differently, you need to obey all pedestrian traffic laws.
RULES CONCERNING ALL PARTICIPANTS
1. NO LITTERING:
Participants must leave the course litter-free. Teams are encouraged to use the trash bags given
in the race packets to leave the course better than we found it. Team Trash dumpsters will be
located at Exchange Point 10. Please plan ahead and thank you for keeping team trash contained
to your vehicle until these locations.
2. NO PUBLIC URINATION:
Participants should only use the bathroom facilities provided at each Exchange Point. No
public urination or other public relief is allowed. Please respect private property.
3. NO CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL:
Consumption of alcohol is not allowed at any time while participating in the race. Even if
you have completed your last Stage, you are still participating in the race until your team has
crossed the finish line. Do not start the party early. Alcohol may be consumed responsibly
at the finish line party when city ordinances and permits allow. Please no outside alcoholic
beverages at the finish line party.
There is zero tolerance on any of these rules. Violation of any of these rules will result
in an automatic team disqualification and you will be asked to leave the course.
TO REPORT A SAFETY CONCERN OR RULE VIOLATION, PLEASE SEND A TEXT
MESSAGE TO 402-890-2067. INCLUDE VIOLATING TEAM NUMBER, LOCATION & RULE
VIOLATION OR SAFETY CONCERN.
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AWARDS & CONTESTS
DIVISIONS & AWARDS
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OPEN (Awards to top 7): All teams may compete, generally all male.
MIXED (Awards to top 7): At least three female members must be on the team.
WOMEN (Awards to Top 3): All team members must be women.
MASTERS (Awards to Top 3): All team members must be at least 40 years old.
MIXED MASTERS (Awards to Top 3): At least three members of the team must be of
each gender and all team members must be at least 40 years old.
WOMEN MASTERS (Award to 1st Place): All team members must be at least 40 years
old and female.
CORPORATE (Awards to Top 3): All team members must be employed by the same
employer or immediate family members.
ARMED FORCES (Awards to 1st Place): Instrumental to the nation’s defense and/
or community safety (Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, private militia, FBI, Police,
Firefighters).
ACADEMIC (Award to 1st Place): All team members affiliated with one school, college,
university, or other center of learning. This can be students, faculty, or both.
TEAM CONTESTS
BEST TEAM COSTUME
• To enter, teams must get their photo taken under the Start Line Arch in Milford
• The top 20 team costume photos will be uploaded to facebook.com/m2mrelay during the
afternoon of race day.
• Voting will take place on the Team Time Card. Write your team’s favorite team costume on
the scorecard. Make sure you enter the team number. One vote per team.
• Winners will be announced via facebook.com/m2mrelay
BEST DECORATED VEHICLE
• To win the Best Decorated Vehicle Contest, your team vehicle must not only be awesome,
but also be considered a legal Market to Market Relay vehicle.
• All teams are entered. Teams are encouraged to take a picture of their own van and upload
it to Instagram.
• To vote, search the #m2mrelaybestvan hashtag and vote for your favorite team vehicle.
One vote per team. Write your team’s favorite van on the Team Time Card. Make sure you
enter the team number.
• Winners will be announced via facebook.com/m2mrelay
BEST TEAM NAME
• It’s up to your peers. The wackier and more creative, the better. Just keep it awesome and appropriate.
• Voting takes place on the Team Time Card on the inside back cover of this booklet and ONE
ONLY must be turned in per team at M2M Relay Headquarters at the Post-Race Shindig
PREDICT YOUR TEAM FINISHING TIME
All teams are automatically entered into this competition when you submitted Predicted
Team Finish Time on the Team Roster Tool. Rules:
• Submit your team’s Predicted Team Finish Time via the Team Roster Tool
• Team closest to time wins
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SCORING & MISC.
BATON/CHIP TIMING
Runner #1 on each team will pick up your team’s timing “baton” at the starting line. The
timing bracelet will keep track of your team’s time through a timing chip system. Please use
this for your baton.
TEAM TIME CARD & CONTEST VOTING BALLOT
On the inside back cover of this Race Day Guide is the Team Time Card & Contest Voting
Ballot. Record your runner times throughout the day and submit ONLY one complete card to
the M2M Relay Headquarters tent located at the Post-Race Shindig.
SOCIAL MEDIA
People are talking about the Market to Market Relay Ohio! They are sharing pictures,
comparing race advice and discussing costumes and van decorating tips for race day. We
want to make it easy for you to get in on the race conversation. Check out M2M on Twitter,
Facebook and Instagram.
Want to see what runners are saying before and during the race? Follow M2M on Twitter
@M2MRelay. Search for and use the #M2MRelay hashtag to join the conversation.
Become a fan of M2M on Facebook by joining our fan page. Meet other racers and get
access to the latest M2M news facebook.com/m2mrelay.
Share your race photos with friends and family, check out other team’s photos. Search for
and use the #M2MRelay hashtag. Vote for the Best Decorated Team Vehicle searching the
#M2MRelayBestVan hashtag
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RUNNING MATRIX
8 PERSON TEAM MATRIX
Runner
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Miles/
1st Leg Rating
Stage 1 3.8/M
Stage 2 5.5/M
Stage 3 4.3/M
Stage 4 4.8/M
Stage 5 2.7/M
Stage 6 2.4/M
Stage 7 4.8/MH
Stage 8 3.8/MH
Total
Miles
10.8/EM
11.1/EM
13.5/M
8.9/MH
7.3/MH
6.6/M
9.7/M
8.5/H
Grand total 76.4
Miles/
Rating
4/M
2.8/M
5.6/M
3.9/H
4.6/H
4.2/M
4.9/E
4.7/H
Miles/
3rd Leg Rating
Stage 17
3/E
Stage 18 2.8/E
Stage 19 3.6/M
Team
0.2/E
Miles/
2nd Leg Rating
Stage 8 3.8/MH
Stage 9
4/M
Stage 10 2.8/M
Stage 11 5.6/M
Stage 12 3.9/H
Stage 13 4.6/H
Stage 14 4.2/M
Miles/
3rd Leg Rating
Stage 15 4.9/E
Stage 16 4.7/H
Stage 17
3/E
Stage 18 2.8/E
Stage 19 3.6/M
Team
0.2/E
2nd Leg
Stage 9
Stage 10
Stage 11
Stage 12
Stage 13
Stage 14
Stage 15
Stage 16
7 PERSON TEAM MATRIX
Runner
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Miles/
1st Leg Rating
Stage 1 3.8/M
Stage 2 5.5/M
Stage 3 4.3/M
Stage 4 4.8/M
Stage 5 2.7/M
Stage 6 2.4/M
Stage 7 4.8/MH
Total
Miles
12.5/M
14.2/MH
10.1/EM
13.2/EM
10.2/MH
7.2/MH
9/MH
Grand total 76.4
6 PERSON TEAM MATRIX
Runner
1
2
3
4
5
6
1st Leg
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4
Stage 5
Stage 6
Miles/
Rating
3.8/M
5.5/M
4.3/M
4.8/M
2.7/M
2.4/M
Miles/
2nd Leg Rating
Stage 7 4.8/MH
Stage 8 3.8/MH
Stage 9
4/M
Stage 10 2.8/M
Stage 11 5.6/M
Stage 12 3.9/H
Miles/
3rd Leg Rating
Stage 13 4.6/H
Stage 14 4.2/M
Stage 15 4.9/E
Stage 16 4.7/H
Stage 17
3/E
Stage 18 2.8/E
Miles/
Total
Rating Miles
3.6/M 16.8/MH
0.2/E 13.7/MH
13.2/EM
12.3/MH
11.3/EM
9.1/M
Grand total 76.4
4th Leg
Stage 19
Team
Stage Difficulty Ratings: E= Easy, EM= Easy Moderate, M= Moderate, MH= Moderate Hard, H= Hard
Ratings are 90% based on elevation and surface. 10% is based on distance.
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THE COURSE
A SLICE OF OHIO...
The M2M Relay Ohio course is a unique and scenic section of Ohio. Everyone
will have their opinion on their favorite section of the course, but we can all
appreciate the trails that make this event possible. Nearly 95 percent of the race
course takes place on trails making the route not only scenic, but almost entirely
traffic free! Market to Market Relay hopes you’ll join us in thanking the groups
that create and maintain this exciting and expanding trail network.
19. Fountain of Lights
RiverScape Pavilion
FINISH
18. Eastwood Metropark
17. Riverside
17. BeaverCreek
16. EJ Nutter Park
15. Greene County
Fairgrounds
14. Xenia
13. Spring Valley
12. Roxanna
11. Corwin
10. Hisey Park
9. Oregonia
6. Mount Station Park
5. South Lebanon
8. Fort Ancient
7. Morrow
4. Fosters
3. Loveland
Exchange Point
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Team Trash
2. Miamiville
Water Refill Station
Milford
Start
Whole Foods Oasis
Halfway Split Available at
www.m2mrelay.com/halfwaysplit
Timing Chips & Start Line
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We’d like to thank the City of Milford and the local business owners for rallying behind the Market
to Market Relay. Advanced and race-day packet pickup will be held at Roads Rivers and Trails, the
area’s premiere locally-owned outdoor store. There is plenty of parking so please use designated
lots and do not park in unspecified areas.
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2 CHAPPY'S BOURBON
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3 MS. CHERI'S
DONUTS & MORE
4 THE MAIN CUP
5 TIMING CHIP
PICKUP SATURDAY
6 PACKET PICKUP
ROADS RIVERS & TRAILS
7 PADRINOS
8 20 BRIX
9 MJ'S ON MAIN
PARKING AREAS
START LINE
DINNER, BREAKFAST, RACE HQ
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Alll team members should plan to remain at the start line and cheer
on your first runner. There will be plenty of time to get to the next
Exchange Point. After your first leg runner is off to the races, hop in
the team van and follow the driving directions for Stage 1.
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Start Schedule
Wave 1: 6:00 AM
Wave 2: 6:30 AM
Wave 3: 7:00 AM
Wave 4: 7:20 AM
Wave 5: 7:40 AM
Wave 6: 8:00 AM
Wave 7: 8:30 AM
Wave 8: 9:00 AM
STAGE 1
Miamiville
Runners’ Path
Exchange Point 2
Miamiville
W
126
OH-
600
500
400
300
200
0.5
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1.5
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2.5
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3.5
3.8 miles • Moderate
Paved Road & Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
The driving directions have been made with the
runner safety in mind.. Follow these maps and
directions ONLY and avoid using the same roads
as runners. Important turns will be signed for
runners ONLY. The driving route is not signed.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Teams should plan to remain at the start line for
their wave’s start to cheer on their first runner.
You will have plenty of time to drive to Exchange
Point 2. Hop into your team vehicle after the start
of your wave and follow these driving directions.
Head south on Water St toward State Rte 50.
2 – 4 blocks depending on your parking location
Turn right onto State Rte 50 CAUTION: Police
and/or a volunteer will wave you once the last
runner is off the road.
1 block
Turn right after crossing the river onto OH-126
W/Glendale Milford Rd. (No Sign)
OH-126 W/Glen
dale Milford Rd.
Wate
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Branch Hill
Miamiville Rd.
Wards
Corner Rd.
E Poplar St.
Drivers’ Path
700
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Milford | Start
50
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3.1 mi
Turn left at stop sign onto OH-126 W
0.1 mi
Turn right onto Wards Corner Rd.
0.1 mi
Turn left onto E Poplar St.
1 block
Take the 1st left onto Branch Hill Miamiville Rd.
Immediately
Turn right into Exchange Point 2
Start Line
Milford
RUNNER NOTES
• A lead cyclist will guide runners from the
start line to the trail.
• The race clock is set to time of day.Your wave
will leave exactly at your start time on the clock.
• Use caution when approaching intersections.
Police will assist runners out of Milford and
the first intersection in Miamiville. There are
several intersections in Miamiville where
traffic does not stop.
• Visibility gear is REQUIRED if beginning before
15
7:00 am.
Miamiville
STAGE 2
Loveland
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Turn left (north) out of parking lot on Branch Hill
Miamiville Rd. toward E Poplar St.
1 block
Turn right onto E Poplar St.
1 block
Turn left at road end onto Wards Corner Rd.
3.5 mi
Becomes Loveland-Miamiville Rd. Continue straight
Ele v a tion (f t)
700
600
500
400
300
1
2
3
4
5
5.5 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
RUNNER NOTES
• Stay on Little Miami Scenic bike trail
(do not turn on any of the various
spur trails).
• Runner will cross over several roads
where traffic does not stop. Use
caution and always yield to vehicles.
• Visibility gear is REQUIRED if
beginning this stage before 7:00 am.
0.6 mi
Becomes Paxton Ave.
EB
roa
0.3 mi
Continue straight onto E Broadway St.
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ay
S
0.3 mi
ton
Volunteers will direct you to the parking area
Exchange Point 3
Loveland
Drivers’ Path
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Exchange Point 2
Miamiville
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RELAY TIP: Bike traffic is often
heavy in this area. Run on the
right side of the trail.
STAGE 3
Fosters
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Your vehicle will likely be at one of three
city parking areas. Navigate your way
to Loveland Ave (street just north of
exchange point). Then head west (over
river) on W Loveland Ave.
700
Ele v a tion (f t)
Loveland
600
500
400
300
1
2
3
4
4.3 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
Exchange Point 4
Fosters
Use extra caution for bike
traffic. Runners stay right.
Spectators stay off trail.
0.7 mi
Turn right onto Rich Rd. at stoplight
H
w
y.
2.0 mi
O
ld
3C
At road end turn right onto Davis Rd.
CAUTION: There is no sign.
1.5 mi
At road end, take a slight right onto Old
3C Hwy. CAUTION: There is no sign.
0.3 mi
Take the 1st right at stop sign over bridge
to stay on Old 3C Hwy
0.1 mi
Davis Rd.
RUNNER NOTES
• Yield to police officer directions when
crossing at the intersection right before
Foster’s Exchange Point.
• Runner will cross over several roads
where traffic does not stop.
• Use caution when approaching
intersections and yield to vehicles at all
times.
• Visibility gear is REQUIRED if beginning
this stage before 7:00 am.
RELAY TIP: When driving make sure you
have a co-pilot reading directions to the
driver and keeping track of each road you
pass, so you don’t miss a turn.
Rich
Rd.
The Exchange Point will be on your left.
Exchange Point 3
Loveland
W Love
land Ave
.
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Fosters
STAGE 4
South Lebanon
RUNNER NOTES
• Use extra caution when crossing Grandin Rd.
• The last 0.2 miles, the runner will turn off trail onto
city roads. Use caution.
• Runner will cross over several roads where traffic
does not stop.
• Use caution when approaching intersections and
yield to vehicles at all times.
Runners’ Path
Ele v a tion (f t)
700
600
500
400
300
1
2
3
4
4.8 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail & Paved Road
Little Miami Scenic Trail
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Exit exchange parking and head left
(east) on Old 3C Highway
0.3 mi
At road end (stop sign) turn left onto Hwy 3 N
1.6 mi
Turn left onto OH-48 N at traffic light
with Walgreens & CVS on corners.
2.5 mi
Immediately after going over river, turn at
first right onto Co Rd 38 at traffic light
with Marathon Gas Station.
Drivers’ Path
0.4 mi
Exchange Point 5
South Lebanon
N Main St.
Co Rd 38
Becomes W Pike St
0.1 mi
At Stop sign turn right onto N Main St
0.3 mi
Turn left onto Hobart St by Rogers Park.
1 block
OH-48 N
Follow volunteers to parking area.
Exchange Point 4
Fosters
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Use extra caution for bike
traffic. Runners stay right.
Spectators stay off trail.
STAGE 5
Mount Station Park
Ele v a tion (f t)
South Lebanon
700
600
500
400
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
2.7 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Head straight out of Exchange Point on S High St.
toward Hobart St.
0.2 mi
Turn right onto Broadway St.
0.2 mi
Turn left at road end on Mary Ellen St.
1 Block
At road end take first right onto Morrow Rd.
1.9 mi
Turn right onto Stubbs Mills Rd. CAUTION: Stubbs
Mills Rd. crosses running route.
0.1 mi
Turn right immediately at the CTC Fields after you cross
the trail and follow volunteers instruction to parking.
RUNNER NOTES
• Runner will start on city roads, use caution.
• Turn left back onto Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail
• Runner will cross over several roads where traffic
does not stop.
• Use Caution when approaching intersections and
yield to vehicles at all times.
RELAY TIP:The driving directions are not
always the most direct route.They were
created to avoid crossing the runner path
and to lower vehicle congestion at Exchange
Points. Following the directions makes your
day easier and keeps runners safe.Thanks!
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
S High St.
Exchange Point 5
South Lebanon
Broadway St.
Morrow
Rd.
Stubb
s Mills
Rd.
Exchange Point 6
Mount Station Park
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YOU EARNED IT.
WEAR THE GEAR.
Get your Market to Market Relay gear at the Post-Race Shindig.
Pullovers, hats, jerseys, t-shirts, stickers and more.
Also available at
markettomarketrelay.com.
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STAGE 6
Morrow
Runners’ Path
800
Ele v a tion (f t)
Mount Station Park
700
600
500
400
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.4 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
Drivers’ Path
22 E
OH-3 E/US-
Exchange Point 7
Morrow
Par
k
St.
Stubbs Mills Rd.
Exchange Point 6
Mount Station Park
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Turn right out of Exchange Point toward Stubbs
Mills Rd.
0.4 mi
At road end turn left onto OH-3 E/US-22 E
RUNNER NOTES
• Runner will cross over several roads
where traffic does not stop. Use caution
when and yield to vehicles.
2.0 mi
Turn left onto Park St. at Morrow Lumber Priced
Right Everyday and follow volunteers to Exchange
Point parking
RELAY TIP: With the short distance of this leg, it could
be possible for Stage 6 runners to beat their vehicles
to Morrow. Consider sending your Stage 7 runner
ahead early to Morrow in another team’s vehicle.
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GOOD LUCK TEAMS
OPEN DIVISION
#afraidtostop - Cincinnati, OH
1 Man Running with Crabs - Westerville, OH
2 Slow 2 Win 2 Dumb 2 Quit - London, OH
4 Seasons 2 - Open - Beavercreek, OH
4 women with 2 headaches - Beavercreek, OH
5:00 Somewhere - Cincinnati, OH
Any given Tuesday - Miamisburg, OH
Bob Roncker’s Running Spot - Cincinnati, OH
BRC Beast - Morrow, OH
BRC Beastie - Wilmington, OH
Carpal Bosses - Cincinnati, OH
Code Blue - Mason, OH
Edwin’s Angels - Florence, KY
Fleet Feet Sports - Oakley, OH
Flying Gems - Franklin, OH
Formerly Awesome Relay Team - We Used to be Cool! - New Albany, OH
I Thought They Said Rum - Dayton - Dayton, OH
I thought they said rum - Springboro - Springboro, OH
Ice Cream Truck Chasers - Kettering, OH
Inspiring Soles to Run 2 - Joesph - Lancaster, OH
Jiggety Jog - Centerville, OH
Josh Made Us Do It ... Again - West Chester, OH
Listen, we’re athletes - Cincinnati, OH
Monkees - Cincinnati, OH
Princesses and the Peas - Delaware, OH
Rancid Runners - Columbus, OH
Sexy Mother Runners - Eckenfels - West Salem, OH
Show Us Your Splits - Kettering, OH
TAG! YOU’RE IT! - Fort Thomas, KY
Team Body In Training - Noblesville, IN
Team DNF (Donuts Never Fail) - Centerville, OH
Team G(race) 5 - Dayton, OH
Team Integrity - Centerville, Oh
Team Walquist - Fairborn, OH
The Coffin Dodgers - Troy, OH
The Fresh Marketeers - Hilliard, OH
The Running Harem - Cincinnati, OH
Twisted Blisters - Liberty Two, OH
Up and Stunning - Dayton, Oh
Up and Stunning 2 - Dayton, OH
Valley View Fit Club - Germantown, OH
Vineyard Vanguard - Lexington, KY
We are RUN! - Dayton, OH
WODzilla on the Loose! - Somerset, OH
Wrecking Ballers - Cincinnati, OH
WV Whiskey Runners Club - Washington, WV
X-Terra - Dayton, OH
You said we’re running to where? - Loveland, OH
CURIOUS WHAT WAVE AND DIVISION YOUR ARCH RIVAL TEAM IS IN? LOOK UP
TEAM BIB NUMBERS, DIVISIONS AND STARTING WAVES AT
HTTP://OHIO.MARKETTOMARKETRELAY.COM/RACEDAY/#WAVES
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ACADEMIC DIVISION
Ascension - Kettering, OH
David T Wilson - Brandenburg, KY
Musketeers - Cincinnati, OH
Team Brett - Beavercreek, OH
They Might Be Giants - Beavercreek, OH
MASTERS DIVISION
Knot So Fast - Liberty Township, OH
Mojo Road Hogs - West Chester, OH
The Heights Running Group 1 - Web - Huber Heights, OH
The Heights Running Group Men - Huber Heights, OH
MIXED MASTERS DIVISION
Barley and Hops - Milford, OH
Bunnies and Bows - Cincinnati, Oh
GGG - Beavercreek, OH
Glutes R Tight and the Splints - Grove City, OH
M2M2: Electric Boogaloo - Lima, OH
Masters of Our Domain - Cincinnati, OH
Negative Splits - Beavercreek, OH
No Wo/Man Left Behind (THIS year) - Cincinnati, OH
Not Dead Yet - Cincinnati, OH
Old Glory - Dayton, OH
Pack of Madeira - Madeira, OH
Team Benfield - Indianapolis, IN
ARMED FORCES DIVISION
Wonders of the World - Burlington, KY
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GOOD LUCK TEAMS
MIXED DIVISION
5 Rivers Running Team - Beavercreek, OH
Aaron’s Army - Dublin, OH
AdvoCare Champions - Harrison, OH
Ariel Corp Fightin’ Conrods - Granville, OH
Baby got track - Cincinnati, OH
Big Blue Runnin’ Crüe - Lawrenceburg, KY
Biggest Boozers - Bellefontaine, OH
Cbus for Jesus - Columbus, OH
Chuck Norris can sprint while walking - Centerville, OH
Coming out of the Closet: A Pixar Production - Cincinnati, OH
Drinkers With A Running Problem - Terrace Park, OH
Dtown Express - Dayton, OH
East End 8 - Cincinnati, OH
Endorphin-Induced Runners - Cincinnati, OH
Fit Happens - Mason, OH
Freedom Road Warriors - Cincinnati, OH
From the ‘Nati to the Natty - Cincinnati, OH
Getting The Band Back Together - Carterville, IL
Gordon Ramsay’s Dartin Donkeys - Dayton, OH
Gubes and Boobs - Westerville, OH
GV running club - Columbus, OH
Here for Beer - Cincinnati, OH
HPW - TIPP CITY, OH
keepin it 80’s - West Chester, OH
Miles to Margaritas - Pleasantville, OH
Miles to mojitos - Pleasantville , OH
Paul Long’s Traveling All Stars - Cincinnati, OH
Preble County Runners - eaton, OH
Red Brick Runners - Oxford, OH
RRT Racing Team - Cinti, OH
Running for beer - Cincinnati, OH
Scooby Doo Where Are you?! - Mason, OH
Sister Wives - Pickerington, OH
Son of BRC Beast - Mason, OH
Tarsal Bosses--Orthopedic Associates of SW Ohio - Greenville, OH
Team #1 RWB Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH
Team Grace 1 - Bogan - Troy, OH
Team Grace 2 - Slater - Troy, OH
Team Grace 3 - Sroufe - Troy, OH
Tenacity - Springboro, OH
That’s a lot of work for a banana. - Leesburg, OH
The Exceler8ors - Troy, OH
The First Wives Club - Waynesville, OH
The Heights Running Group 3 - Mixed - Dayton, OH
The Lost Toenails - Erlanger, KY
The Runs - Fort Loramie, OH
The Scrambled Legs - Albany, OH
The Young and the Rest of Us - New Vienna, OH
These Flying Piggies Went To The Market - Pelfrey - Cincinnati, OH
These Little Piggies Went to Market - Wieg - Rockbridge, OH
This Van’s A-Rockin’ - Cincinnati, OH
TUNEBELT - Loveland, OH
Turtles and Hares - Springfield, OH
wave riders - Maineville, OH
Wood Stock - West Chester, OH
Your Pace Or Mine - Dayton, OH
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WOMEN DIVISION
A Touch of Lightning by KTO FitChicks - Miamaisburg, OH
BGR! Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH
C U @ MY PACE - Spring Valley, OH
Celtic Warriors - Dayton, OH
Classy, Sassy and a Bit Smartassy - Westerville, OH
Desperately Seeking Dayton - West Chester, OH
Hustlin’ Honies - Beavercreek, OH
Inspiring Soles to Run 1 - Michelle - Lancaster, OH
Inspiring Soles to Run 3 - Vicky - Grive City, OH
Jiggily Jog - Bexley, OH
Keep Calm We are Moms on the Run - Troy, OH
Ladies on the Loose! - Lewis Center, OH
Legs for Days - Toledo, OH
Longroad ladies - Urbana, OH
Madeira Moms - Cincinnati, OH
Mama’s on the Run - Union, KY
Marga-relay-ville - Mason, OH
Mason Hot Mamas - Mason, OH
Mixed Nuts - Englewood, OH
Mojo Buns on the Run - Liberty Twp, OH
Moms Run This Town #1 - Hawkins - Miamisburg, OH
Moms Run This Town 2 - Meta - Dayton, OH
N.U.T.S. (Never Underestimate Team Spirit) - London, KY
Running Moms - Eaton, OH
Running Queens - Beavercreek, OH
Sexy Mother Runners - Glaser - Dayton, KY
Sole Sisters - Springboro, OH
Team Grace 4 - Monnin - Troy, OH
Team Mess - Wilmington, OH
Team Turtle! - Kettering, OH
Toenails Are For Sissies - Oakwood, OH
WTF: Where’s the Finish? - Hilliard, OH
Yellow Springs Running Grrls - Yellow Springs, OH
CORPORATE DIVISION
6 MT - London, OH
ARGI Financial Group - Louisville, KY
Christmas Tree Avengers - Columbus, OH
Five Seasons Family Sports Club - Miamisburg, OH
High Energy Harriers - Loveland, OH
The Ah-maize-ing Race - Cincinnati, OH
The Crunchy Granolas - Centerville, OH
WES Express! - Vandalia, OH
WOMEN MASTERS DIVISION
Ohio Crow’s Feet - Dayton, OH
4 Seasons 1 - Women Masters - Beavercreek, OH
Chicks Ahoy - Richmond, IN
CrazEE EightEEs LadiEEs - Columbus, OH
Flower Power - Erlanger, KY
Team Grace 6-Gag me with a Gu - Springboro, OH
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1,000
900
Fort Ancient
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Head east back towards OH-3 E/
US-22 E (Pike St.).
1 block
Turn left out of Exchange Point
onto OH-3 N/US-22 E.
3.7 mi
Turn left onto Middleboro Rd.
800
700
EXIT TRAIL
STAGE 7
Ele v a tion (f t)
Morrow
600
500
400
300
1
2
3
4
5
4.8 miles • Moderately Hard
Paved Trail & Dirt Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail & Connector Trail
RUNNER NOTES
• Runner will cross over several roads where
traffic does not stop. Use caution and yield to
vehicles at all times.
• After passing the baton at Fort Ancient
Exchange Point, getting to Fort Ancient parking
area requires a hike up a steep strenuous trail to
meet your team. Use CAUTION.
2.9 mi
At first stop sign turn left onto
OH-350 W (follow sign for Fort
Ancient).
0.4 mi
OH-350 W
Turn left into Fort Ancient .
0.8 mi
Follow Fort Ancient road straight
(south) past check in hut to far
south end of road.
0.8 mi
d.
R
ro
bo
Drivers’ Path
le
dd
Runners’ Path
Exchange Point 8
Fort Ancient
Mi
Volunteers will guide you to the
Exchange Point. It is recommended
that teams members not running
stay in parking lot.
Exchange Point 7
Morrow
26
.
Pike St
27
Exchange Point 8
EXCHANGE POINT DETAILs
Fort Ancient
DRIVER TIP
The parking lot is nearly a mile south of the
Hwy 350 entrance. Part of your entry fee
pays for your vehicles entrance into Fort
Ancient State Memorial. Drive to the checkin hut and follow volunteer instructions.
RUNNER TIP
With the 0.2 mile uphill walk back up to the
parking lot via the Terrace Connector Trail, it
could be possible for Stage 8 runners to beat
their vehicles to Oregonia. Consider sending
your Stage 9 runner ahead early to Oregonia
in another team’s vehicle.
Stop here at
check in hut
Vehicle route
in and out
Stage 8 running route
Exchange Point 8
Walking path
to and from
running trail
Stage 7 running route
Parking
28
One way road.
Use caution!
1,000
STAGE 8
Oregonia
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Head east out of Fort Ancient
toward OH-350 E
800
700
600
500
400
ENTER TRAIL
900
Ele v a tion (f t)
Fort Ancient
1
2
3
4
3.8 miles • Moderately Hard
Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
Exchange Point 9
Oregonia
0.8 mi
Turn right onto OH-350 E
0.6 mi
Take the 1st left onto Middleboro Rd.
1.8 mi
1.6 mi
Wilmington Rd will turn into Corwin
Rd. near Little Miami Canoe. Stay
straight onto Corwin Rd.
1.5 mi
View detailed map on next page (Keep
traffic in a counter clockwise flow.At
stop sign, turn right at fork (at Methodist
Church) to stay on Corwin Rd.
Corwin Rd.
At road end, turn left onto
Wilmington Rd (toward Interstate
71 JCT).
Wilmington Rd .
1 block
Take the 1st left to Stay on Corwin Rd.
1 block
oro
dleb
Mid
Take 1st Left in front of Little River
Café. Follow volunteers to parking
area. CAUTION driving route
crosses running route several times.
Rd.
OH-350 E
RUNNER NOTES
• Getting to Fort Ancient Exchange
Point requires a hike down a steep
strenuous trail. Use CAUTION!
• It is recommended that team
members not running stay in
parking lot
• Runner will cross over several
roads where traffic does not stop.
• Use Caution when approaching
intersections and yield to vehicles
at all times.
Exchange Point 8
Fort Ancient
RELAY TIP :With the 0.2 mile uphill walk back up to the
parking lot, it could be possible for Stage 8 runners to beat
their vehicles to Oregonia. Consider sending your Stage 9
runner ahead early to Oregonia in another team’s vehicle.
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Exchange Point 9
EXCHANGE POINT DETAILs
Oregonia
Stage 9 Runners’ Path
Exchange Point 9
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
You will approach the Oregonia
Exchange Point from the south.
Turn right at the stop sign near the
Methodist Church to stay on Corwin
Rd. Take the next left to head north
again on Corwin Rd. and then turn left
in front of Little River Cafe. Follow
volunteers to parking area.
Note that you will navigate the Exchange
Point area in a counter-clockwise circle.
You will also cross the running route
twice. Use extreme caution!
When exiting the Exchange Point, head
south from the parking area, turn left (east)
on Corwin Rd. and continue east onto Olive
Branch Rd. towards Exchange Point 10.
Parking Area
Stage 8 Runners’ Path
MAP KEY
Stage 8 Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
to Exchange
Point 10
Stage 9 Runners’ Path
To Exchange Point 9
Oregonia
Drivers’ Path to Exchange
Point 9: Oregonia
Drivers’ Path to Exchange
Point 10: Hisey Park
Parking
Drivers’ Path
to Exchange
Point 9
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To Exchange Point 10
Hisey Park
Exchange Point 9
Oregonia
STAGE 9
Hisey Park
DRIVING
DIRECTIONS
Head south on Race
St toward Little
Miami Scenic Trail.
CAUTION: Exiting
Exchange Point
Race St. crosses
running route. Slow
down and watch for
runners.
Ele v a tion (f t)
800
700
600
500
400
1
2
3
4
4.0 miles • Moderate
Paved & Grass Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail & Hisey Park Trail
RUNNER NOTES
• Follow course signs, markings, and volunteer instructions to reach
Exchange Point.
• Use extra caution when crossing Corwin Rd.
• Runner will cross over several roads where traffic does not stop.
• Use caution when approaching intersections and yield to vehicles at
all times.
• Runner will take a right onto Hisey Park grass trail. Use caution on
steep entrance trail.
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
0.1 mi
Turn left at
first stop sign
immediately after
crossing bike trail.
n Rd.
Middletow
1 block
Stay straight out
of Oregonia onto
Olive Branch Rd.
You will head uphill
and see a road
curves sign.
Exchange Point 10
Hisey Park
N
sv
ark
Cl
1.1 mi
ille
At road end, turn
left onto Murray Rd.
.
Rd
0.6 mi
At stop sign, turn
right onto Oregonia
Rd. towards Caesar
Creek Dam.
1.4 mi
Turn left onto N
Clarksville Rd., near
Spillway Supply Store.
d.
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n
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eg
Or
2.4 mi
Turn left at
Middletown Rd.
Exchange Point 9
Oregonia
0.9 mi
Turn left into Hisey
Park.
ch Rd.
Olive Bran
Murray Rd.
1.0 mi
Turn right at stop
sign to stay on
Middletown Rd.
31
32
Hisey Park
STAGE 10
Corwin
RUNNER NOTES
• Follow course signage, markings, and volunteer
instructions to exit Hisey Park via grass trail
• Use caution on steep exit right before bike trail
• Use extra caution when crossing Corwin Road
• Runner will cross over several roads where traffic
does not stop.
• Use Caution when approaching intersections and
yield to vehicles at all times.
Ele v a tion (f t)
800
700
600
500
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
2.8 miles • Moderate
Grass & Paved Trail
Hisey Park Trail & Little Miami Scenic Trail
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Exit Hisey Park Exchange.Turn left
(west) on Middletown Rd. toward
Corwin Rd.
0.1 mi
Turn right onto Corwin Rd.
1.8 mi
Take the first right after going under a
bridge onto Smith Rd. There is no street
sign. Look for M2M Relay signs.
0.1 mi
At road end, turn right onto OH-73 W
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
0.3 mi
At lights take the first right onto US-42 N
0.3 mi
Exchange Point 11
Corwin
Co
rw
N
42
S-
U
in
Take the first right at a blinking light
onto Corwin Ave.
Av
e.
0.4 mi
The Exchange Point will be on the right.
Follow volunteers to parking areas.
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O
W
ith
.
Rd
Corwin
Rd.
Sm
RELAY TIP: Many teams purchase a
team water belt to pass from one
runner to the next. This helps runners
stay hydrated on afternoon stages or
longer stages.
Middletown
Rd.
Exchange Point 10
Hisey Park
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Corwin
STAGE 11
Roxanna
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Keep parking area to a circular traffic flow
and head back to Corwin Ave.
226 ft
Ele v a tion (f t)
800
700
600
500
1
2
3
4
5
5.6 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
Exchange Point 12
Roxanna
Turn left onto Corwin Ave.
Roxanna
New Burlington Rd.
0.4 mi
Turn right onto US-42 N at the first stop sign.
4.9 mi
Turn right onto Roxanna New Burlington Rd.
by brown sign for Spring Valley Wildlife Area.
0.7 mi
2
4
S-
-4
US
RUNNER NOTES
• Use extra caution when crossing New
Burlington Rd.
• Runner will cross over several roads where
traffic does not stop. Use caution and yield
to vehicles at all times.
2N
The Exchange Point will be on the right.
Follow volunteers to parking areas.
N
U
Co
rw
30
34
in
Av
e.
Exchange Point 11
Corwin
RELAY TIP: See how your team is doing
against the rest of the field. After your
runner arrives at Corwin, your team
half-way split time is available online at
m2mrelay.com/halfwaysplit
Roxanna
Ele v a tion (f t)
1,000
STAGE 12
0.7 mi
Turn right at the road end stop sign
onto US-42 N.
1.6 mi
Turn left onto OH-725.
0.2 mi
Take first right turn onto Old US 42.
1 block
Take first right turn onto Elm St.
CAUTION: This is a one way street.
800
700
600
500
Spring Valley
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Turn left (west) out of Exchange
Point onto Roxanna New
Burlington Rd.
900
1
2
3.9 miles • Hard
Paved Road - CAUTION Traffic
Run Against Flow of Traffic
RUNNER NOTES
• Runner will be on roadways. Run against traffic (keep
left) and use caution.
• Follow course signs out of Exchange Point to
Houston Rd.
• At road end take a left on Cornstalk Rd.
• At road end take a left on W Spring Valley Paintersville Rd.
• Use caution when crossing HWY 42 at blinking light.
• Take a left on E Main St.
• Take a left on Walnut St.
• Turn left on bike trail to Exchange Point
• Use caution when approaching intersections and yield
to vehicles at all times.
2 blocks
Continue straight at stop sign to
Walton Park and Exchange Point
parking.
Drivers’ Path
St.
Look Again!
Hwy 42 Crossing Traffic Won’t Stop!
W
Spr
ing
Val
ley
P
aint
Exchange Point 13
Spring Valley
ers
ville
Rd.
US
-42
N
Cornsta
lk Rd.
OH-725
Ol
St.
2
S4
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aln
W
E
Elm
Runners’ Path
3
n
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STAGE 13
Xenia
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600
500
1
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4.6 miles • Hard
Paved Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail & Glady Run Spur Trail
Drivers’ Path
Exchange Point 14
Xenia
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Runners’ Path
RUNNER NOTES
• Runner will cross over several roads
where traffic does not stop.
• Use Caution when approaching
intersections and yield to vehicles at
all times.
• Turn left onto Glady Run Spur Trail
into Exchange Point.
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DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Head north out of Exchange Point parking
and turn right at stop sign on Walnut St.
CAUTION: Walnut St. crosses the trail.
2 blocks
d.
Turn left (north) on Vine St.
1 block
Take the first left turn onto Main St. CAUTION:
Leaving town, Main St. crosses the trail.
0.2 mi
At road end, turn right onto OH-725 W.
1.0 mi
Turn right onto Schnebly Rd.
0.7 mi
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At road end turn left onto Richland Rd.
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Immediately take the first right onto Schnebly Rd.
1.0 mi
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Exchange Point 13
Spring Valley
St.
At road end turn right onto Lower Bellbrook Rd.
2.0 mi
Turn right onto Berkshire Dr. into Exchange
Point immediately after blue Xenia sign.
Xenia
STAGE 14
Greene Co. Fairgrounds
Ele v a tion (f t)
1,000
900
800
700
600
1
3
4
4.2 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail
Glady Run Spur Trail, Little Miami Scenic Trail & Creekside Trail
Runners’ Path
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Exiting parking areas, turn northeast onto
Lower Bellbrook Rd. (towards Xenia).
2
Drivers’ Path
Exchange Point 15
Greene Co. Fairgrounds
2.1 mi
Turn right at the road end stop sign
onto W 2nd St. CAUTION: W 2nd St
immediately crosses the running route.
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At light turn left onto Detroit St.
0.2 mi
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Use middle lane to stay straight on Detroit
St/US 68N.
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0.3 mi
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Detroit S
Creeksid
0.4 mi
Turn left onto Ankeney Mill Rd. Look for
the blue fairgrounds sign on light.
At stop sign go straight and Ankeney Mill
Rd. turns into Fairground Rd.
0.3 mi
Greene County Fairground Exchange Point
will be on right hand side. (Turn right at
Fairgrounds Recreation Center sign).
Exchange Point 14
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RUNNER NOTES
• Turn left to get back on Little
Miami Bike Trail.
• Follow signs to turn left to
turn on to Creekside Trail (if
you reach Xenia Station you’ve
gone too far).
• Runner will cross over several
roads where traffic does not stop.
• Turn right on access trail (go
over bridge) into Exchange Point
• Use caution and yield to
vehicles at all times.
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STAGE 15
EJ Nutter Park
900
Ele v a tion (f t)
Greene Co. Fairgrounds
800
700
600
500
1
2
3
4
4.9 miles • Easy
Paved Trail
Creekside Trail & Access Trail
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Turn right (northwest) out of Exchange Point onto
Fairground Rd.
2.0 mi
At flashing yellow light turn left onto Hilltop Rd.
1.9 mi
At stop sign stay straight and Hilltop Rd. turns into
Dayton Xenia Rd.
2.0 mi
Turn left onto Factory Rd at the second set of lights.
0.2 mi
Turn right into EJ Nutter Park.
0.2 mi
Follow road to Exchange Point.
RUNNER NOTES
• Turn right off of access trail to stay on
Creekside Trail.
• EJ Nutter Exchange Point will be on the right
near baseball fields.
• Runner will cross over several roads where
traffic does not stop.
• Use caution when approaching intersections
and yield to vehicles at all times.
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
Exchange Point 16
EJ Nutter Park
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Exchange Point 15
Greene Co. Fairgrounds
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EJ Nutter Park
STAGE 16
Beavercreek
Ele v a tion (f t)
1,000
900
800
700
600
500
1
2
3
4
4.7 miles • Hard
Paved Trail & Paved Road
Access Trail, Creekside Trail & Road
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Exit EJ Nutter Exchange Point northwest back toward Factory Rd.
RUNNER NOTES
• Turn right out of EJ
Nutter to stay on
Creekside Trail.
• Runner will cross over
several roads where
traffic does not stop.
• Use caution when
approaching intersections
and yield to vehicles at
all times.
• Follow M2M Relay signs
through neighborhood to
Exchange Point.
0.2 mi
Take the first right onto Factory Rd. CAUTION: Factory Rd.
crosses the running route. Slow down and watch for runners.
0.2 mi
At first light turn right onto US-35 W.
1.4 mi
Take the Research Blvd/N Fairfield Rd exit toward OH-835 W.
0.3 mi
At light, stay in the middle lane and go straight onto OH-835 W.
0.6 mi
Turn left at the stop sign to stay on OH-835 W.
0.7 mi
At first set of lights turn right onto Grange Hall Rd. (no street sign).
0.4 mi
At first set of lights turn left onto Dayton Xenia Rd.
0.6 mi
At second set of lights turn right onto Wildonna Dr.
1 block
At stop sign, take the second left onto Honeylocust Ln.
Exchange Point 17
Beavercreek
2 blocks
Take the first right at stop sign onto Wilene Dr.
2 blocks
Turn left into Parkwood Elementary and follow volunteers for
Exchange Point parking.
Grange Hall Rd.
Dayto
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Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
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Exchange Point 16
EJ Nutter Park
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W
Factory Rd.
US
39
Beavercreek
STAGE 17
Riverside
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Exiting Parkwood Elementary, turn right (south) on
Wilene Dr.
1 block
Take first left on Honeylocust Ln.
2 blocks
At the road end, take the second right onto
Wildonna Dr.
1 block
Ele v a tion (f t)
1,000
900
800
700
600
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3.0 miles • Easy
Paved Trail & Paved Road
Road & Creekside Trail
RUNNER NOTES
• Follow M2M Relay signage through
neighborhood; turn right onto the
Creekside Trail.
• Runner will cross over several roads
where traffic does not stop.
• Use caution when approaching
intersections and yield to vehicles at
all times.
Take the first right at lights onto Dayton Xenia Rd.
1 block
Take the ramp onto US-35 W.
1.0 mi
Take the first exit: Woodman Dr/OH-835. At exit
ramp lights, turn right onto Woodman Dr.
0.8 mi
At second set of lights, turn left onto Burkhardt Rd,
next to the BP station.
1 block
Turn left into Big Kmart for Exchange Point parking.
Runners’ Path
Exchange Point 18
Riverside
Drivers’ Path
Burkhardt Rd.
Woodman Dr.
Exchange Point 17
Beavercreek
Honeylocust Ln.
35W
40
Wildonn
a Dr.
US-
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STAGE 18
Eastwood MetroPark
Runners’ Path
900
Ele v a tion (f t)
Riverside
800
700
600
500
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
2.8 miles • Easy
Paved Trail
Creekside Trail
Drivers’ Path
Ha
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Exchange Point 19
Eastwood MetroPark
right Bros. Pkw
Woodman Dr./
W
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Leave parking lot and immediately turn right (east) on
Burkhardt Rd. At light turn left onto Woodman Dr./
Wright Bros. Pkwy which becomes Harshman Rd.
y.
2.0 mi
Immediately after the overpass, turn left at lights
into Eastwood MetroPark.
0.4 mi
Follow Eastwood MetroPark road and the
Exchange Point parking lot on the right.
RUNNER NOTES
• Follow M2M Relay signage and volunteer
instructions through Eastwood MetroPark.
• Runner will cross over several roads where traffic
does not stop.
• Use caution when approaching intersections and
yield to vehicles at all times.
Exchange Point 18
Riverside
Burkhardt Rd.
41
Eastwood MetroPark
STAGE 19
Five Rivers Fountain of Lights
DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Retrace your route out of the park.
0.4 mi
At the exit turn left onto Harshman Rd.
0.3 mi
Merge onto OH-4 S via the ramp
to I-75 S/Dayton after going under
overpass.
2.5 mi
Take the Valley St. exit (follow 5/3
Bank Stadium signs).
Ele v a tion (f t)
800
700
600
500
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
3.6 miles • Moderate
Paved Trail
Mad River Trail
RUNNER NOTES
• Follow M2M Relay signage and volunteer
instructions through Eastwood MetroPark to
Mad River Trail.
• Do not pass team baton at team finish!
• Runner will cross over several roads where traffic
does not stop. Use caution when approaching
intersections and yield to vehicles at all times.
• Visibility gear is REQUIRED if beginning this stage
after 7:30 pm.
exit ramp
Take first left at lights onto Valley St.
0.3 mi
Use right lane to turn left onto N
Keowee St.
0.1 mi
At lights turn right onto E Monument Ave.
0.2 mi
Take right at traffic lights onto
Webster St immediately after you
pass Entrepreneur Center Building.
Runners’ Path
Drivers’ Path
3 blocks
Immediately after crossing the river
turn left into Deeds Park.
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Parking for the Team Finish and PostRace Shindig will be on the right.
Exchange Point 19
Eastwood MetroPark
Five Rivers Fountain of Lights
TEAM FINISH
RiverScape Pavilion | Finish
WALKING INSTRUCTIONS TO TEAM FINISH
Free parking is available in the parking area denoted below in pink. Once you are parked, assemble
your team quickly and walk briskly to meet your last runner at the Team Finish area.You will need
to hustle in order to get to the Team Finish before your last runner.
Don’t forget your ID! You must have your ID to claim your free beer. Bring cash for additional beverages.
Use the yellow line on the map below as a guide to join your last runner at the Team Finish. Meet
your last runner here and complete the course as a team. Remember, your last runner must
maintain possession of the baton until he or she crosses the finish line. Do not pass the baton!
Runners’ Path
Path to Team Finish
Parking
Deeds Park
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Team Finish
Join Runner
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Finish Line
RiverScape Pavilion
CONGRATULATIONS!
You’ve completed the inaugural Market to Market Relay Ohio! The good times continue beyond
the finish line. Join us for a block party atmosphere on at RiverScape Pavilion. Food, drinks, music,
story swapping and the awards ceremony are just steps away. See the next page for details.
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SHINDIG & EXPO
Adjacent to the finish line you will find the Post-Race Shindig & Expo under and around
the RiverScape Pavilion. Here, everyone can relax and celebrate their accomplishment of
completing the course. The Post-Race Shindig & Expo will feature food trucks and beer from
Miller Lite.
The entire area will be a large covered and outdoor festival featuring music, exhibitors, free
team pictures and much more. Plan on enjoying the excitement once you finish the race and
have your family and friends join in the fun! Remember to bring your ID, Team Time Card and
cash for additional food, drinks and Market to Market Relay gear!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
3:30 to Close: DJ Music, Exhibitors
and Vendors Open
3:45 to 8:45: Teams Finish Race
4:00 to 8:45: Free Team Photos
8:00 to 8:30: Relay Awards Ceremony
Hosted at RiverScape Pavilion and
featuring Miller Lite.
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MUST be turned in to M2M Headquarters at Post-Race Shindig. One Scorecard ONLY per team.
TEAM NAME:
TEAM #:
STARTING TIME:
DIVISION:
TEAM CAPTAIN:
RUNNER FOR EACH STAGE
NUMBER OF RUNNERS ON TEAM:
STAGE #
STAGE TIME
ACCUMULATED TIME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
TEAM FINISH
19
TOTAL TIME
CONTEST VOTING BALLOT SEE ENTRY AND VOTING RULES ON PAGE 10.
BEST TEAM COSTUME: TEAM #:
BEST DECORATED VAN: TEAM #:
BEST TEAM NAME:TEAM #:
ONLY ONE TEAM TIME CARD & CONTEST VOTING BALLOT PER TEAM
MUST BE TURNED IN AT M2M HEADQUARTERS AT POST-RACE SHINDIG
Contest winners will be announced via the post-race email and at m2mrelay.com.
Live race results can be found at ohio.markettomarketrelay.com/results/
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YOU EARNED IT.
WEAR THE GEAR.
Get your Market to Market Relay gear at the Post-Race Shindig.
Pullovers, hats, jerseys, t-shirts, stickers and more.
Also available at
markettomarketrelay.com.

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