FAQS You've got questions.Here are some answers. Truist Time Trials Registration Race Weekend Course Awards Truist Time Trials What are the ATC10K Truist Time Trials ATC10K Truist Time Trials are a week long race from Sunday, December 6th through Saturday, December 12th that welcomes competition back into our sport with alternative, in-person events as well as virtual! Is there a pace requirement for this race? There is not a pace requirement for the ATC10K Truist Time Trials. Walkers, dogs, and all ages are welcome! As always, we ask that you be aware of other runners and walkers on the sidewalk and greenways and shift to the right when necessary. What precautions are you taking during the COVID pandemic? We have worked with local health officials to make the ATC10K Truist Time Trials as safe as possible. Please reference our race info page (https://aroundthecrown10k.com/race/truist-time-trials/) to learn more about what we're doing and how you can help. What is an open/live course? An open, or live, course means that this event is operated similar to a run club in that we do no have the assistance of local police and traffic will be operating as normal. We have designed our course to have minimal crossings and more than 60% of the course is on greenways or shared streets with the rest on sidewalks. Please abide by local laws and always use cross walks when you must cross the street. How can I enter the Second Chance? All runners will receive an email once you've completed your first go at our 10K course. From there, you will be able to register for our Second Chance for $10 and select your new date and time! How does the 50K Challenge work? The 50K Challenge is completed once you run the course 5 times. This can be done in one day or in six. Once you select this option in registration, we will email you a link to select your dates and times!