Based on bib number, find your village exit time, corral and wave information
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- Participants will be lined up on Main Street only. Follow signs to your particular corral, which is located about .7-mile from the Athletes’ Village.
- All participants are numbered according to qualifying times, facilitating a start and pace comparable to others with similar qualifying times.
- Participants should line up in the corral they have been assigned.
- Bib numbers are color-coded. Red bibs are assigned to Wave 1. White bibs are assigned to Wave 2. Blue bibs are assigned to Wave 3. Yellow bibs are assigned to Wave 4. Please start in the corral and the Wave to which you have been assigned. Your starting corral is printed beneath your runner’s number on your bib.
- You may move from your assigned Wave to a later Wave. For example, if you are assigned to Wave 1, you may move back to Wave 2, Wave 3, or Wave 4 in any corral EXCEPT the first corral in any Wave. However, you may NOT move to an earlier Wave. For example, you may not move from Wave 4 to Wave 3, from Wave 3 to Wave 2, or from Wave 2 to Wave 1. Violators are subject to penalties and/or disqualification.
- Remain in your assigned area for the benefit of both yourself and other competitors. Please cooperate and play fair.
- Measures will be taken to disallow unauthorized participants from starting within the official seeded sections. Official participants are asked to assist the marshals by reporting unauthorized participants who may have entered a corral. Only official participants with a B.A.A.-assigned bib number may enter a corral.*
- Cooperate with the marshals at the Athletes’ Village, Start, and Finish.
- Participants will not be allowed to warm up in front of the starting line at any time.
- Clothing left at the Athletes’ Village, Start, and Finish will be donated to charity.
- For safety reasons, animals, strollers, in-line skates, skateboards and like vehicles of any kind are not permitted.
- Although the B.A.A. discourages the use of iPods and headphones, they are allowed except for those athletes who declare themselves eligible for prize money.
- Violators are subject to disqualification.
- There are additional toilets in Hopkinton at the Athletes’ Village and in the CVS Pharmacy parking lot. Please use these units and NOT private property. Trespassing is illegal, and the law will be strictly enforced. Violators are subject to immediate disqualification and possible action by local law enforcement officials.
|RULES FOR UNAUTHORIZED PARTICIPANTS ON RACE DAY|
For the safety of official participants and spectators, the B.A.A. strictly prohibits unofficial participation in the Boston Marathon, and those in violation are subject to interdiction.
- Those who are not officially registered in the Boston Marathon will not be allowed to participate.
- Official participants are asked to discourage family and friends who are not officially registered participants from entering the course in any manner.
- Many people want to participate in some way in the Boston Marathon as a display of support, but those who are not official participants are asked to refrain from entering the course for the safety of the runners and themselves.
- There are several other opportunities which enable a show of support for the Boston Marathon, including the B.A.A. 5K on April 14, attending the John Hancock Sports & Fitness Expo, volunteering, or spectating.
- Anyone on the course for any distance who has not been assigned, or is not displaying, an officially issued bib number from the B.A.A. is subject to interdiction.
- The B.A.A. reserves the right to remove any person from the course who is not displaying an official bib that has been assigned by the B.A.A.
- Similarly, units or groups such as military ruck-marchers, unless officially sanctioned, and cyclists will not be allowed to participate.
All the information above is subject to change