Course Map / FAQ / Weather & Cancellation Policy
Noah’s Bandage Run FAQs
Yes, there will be food and drinks for participants donated by some of our generous sponsors. If you are interested in being a sponsor, please check out the opportunities here: http://noahsbandagerun.com/sponsors/
The race will start and end in front of building 40 at Corporate Woods. The exact address is 9401 Indian Creek Pkwy, Overland Park, KS 66210
The green flag will drop at 8:00am. However, onsite registration/packet-pick up begins at 6:30am. Pre-race ceremonies start around 7:30am.
The course takes you on a scenic route through Corporate Woods. The course map can be found here. http://noahsbandagerun.com/course-map/
See weather policy below.
There will be no refunds for registration fees for any reason.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us of these changes.
Yes, you may pick it up at packet pickup. Shirts will not be mailed.
No, you do not have to be 18 to volunteer. We just need to know where we can place you for specific volunteer tasks.
Yes, please! We challenge every racer to collect 20 boxes to bring with them the day of the race. On race day, you can take your cool and fun bandages to the bandage tent near registration.
We will closely monitor forecasted weather leading up to the day of Noah’s Bandage Run. We will provide all important updates regarding inclement weather for participants via our website, and social media accounts.
On race day, the Race Director will have the final decision if any actions will need to be made in regard to delaying start time, changing or shortening the route, or canceling the race altogether.
Visible lightning seen by or reported to the Race Director that the Race Director reasonably determines is a threat to race participants will, at the Race Director’s discretion, cause the start time to be postponed for at least 30 minutes after the most recent flash of lightning.
If lightning strikes at or near the course after the race begins, the Noah’s Bandage Run Team will do their best to inform runners/walkers on the course of the inclement weather. At that point, it will be up to the participant to decide if they would like to continue on the course or take shelter.
We are a nonprofit organization whose mission is to raise money to fund pediatric cancer research grants. Refunds will not be provided if the race is canceled or you are unable to finish the course due to inclement weather, natural disaster, or any other global, regional, or state-wide crisis/pandemic outside of our control.