Start List with Bib Numbers

Attached are two versions (text and Excel) of the final start list. The list is ordered by bib number. Since the bib numbers are assigned to an alphabetically sorted list of participants the list is also ordered alphabetically.

 Remember Your Bib Number

Find yourself and your bib number on the list. Commit your bib number to memory. If you know your bib number ahead of time, it helps expedite the bib number pickup. Bib number pickup takes place up at Fairy Lake before the start. Tell your number to the volunteers who are handing out bib numbers. That way they do not have to look you up by name and can go right to your number which is easier to read in the pre-dawn light.

Chip Timing

This year, the timers plan to use chips to time the race. I do not know the details of how the chips are handed out – or how well they will survive 20 miles in the Bridgers for that matter. It could be interesting. Be patient.

The chips may or may not be attached to the bib number when handed out. Or there may be another volunteer just handing out chips. Knowing your bib number off the top of your head, will help speed up the process.

Oh, one more important detail, when you get your chip, make sure the number on the chip matches your bib number.

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About Bridger Ridge Run

The Bridger Ridge Run blog is an information portal for all those seeking to learn more about the Bridger Ridge Run event held every second Saturday of August in Bozeman Montana. This blog contains notifications about important registration dates and deadlines, history of the event, training advice and other stories and entertaining tidbits of information about the Bridger Ridge Run.
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