When and what time does the race begin?

Date: Saturday May 26th, 2018  (Rain or Shine – There are no rain dates for those who serve in harms’ way)
Time: 8:00 AM – 4 Mile Competitive Run (Participants must run 12 minute miles or faster)
9:00 AM – 1 Mile Fun Run – (All Are Welcome)
9:30 AM – 4 Mile Recreational Run / Walk (All Are Welcome)

Where do we meet to begin the race?

Pulaski Road School
923 9th Avenue
East Northport, NY 11731

Is there any special area to park?

Please park at the Northport High School – which is adjacent to Pulaski Road School at:
Northport High School
154 Laurel Hill Road
Northport, NY 11768

I like the “Team Chris” shirts I see in the photos. How can I get one?

Quality t-shirts are provided to all pre-registered participants so be sure to register for the race as soon as possible!Late registrants and day of race applicants will receive t-shirts while supplies last.

What kind of awards can I receive?

On this day we ask that you give up all personal awards and instead wear the names of four fallen heroes on your race bib. You will carry them through the race course and at the finish you will ring a bell one time for each of them to signify on this day that they have been remembered.We encourage you to look up their names online and write a thank you in their online guest books for this will let their families know that their hero has not been forgotten.

What are the different registration categories?

General– Pay regular admission
Gold Star Family– No Charge, if you are a grandparent, parent, sibling, spouse, or child of a fallen warrior.
Active Armed Forces– No Charge, if you are an active armed service member, spouse or child of an active armed service member.

When should I register by and how do I register online?

You can register online or register by mail. All information about the “I Did The Grid” registration and applicable fees follow. Have any questions? We would be happy to answer them, just complete our quick contact form.

What is the “I Did The Grid” race course like?

The “I Did The Grid” 4 mile course has 31 turns and you will never run another one like it. We like to call it the Fenway Park of road races. The streets will be blocked from traffic by our local police and fire department. For the safety of all runners and walkers, proceed with caution! Runners and walkers participate at their own risk.

How can I volunteer to help with this race and other functions from “IDTG”?

If you would like to be an “I Did The Grid” volunteer, please complete our quick contact form.

What should I bring with me?

Bring: Water – Smiles and friends! There will also be raffles, so bring some money and good ‘ol fashion Irish Luck!

I cannot make the race but can I do a fundraiser before the race or donate?

Can’t make the race – but would like to donate or host a fundraiser? Check out our Donation & Fundraising page for more details.

Can I order additional race T-shirts?

Additional Race Day T-Shirts are available the day of the race.  These are limited in amounts and sizes.  If you have additional questions about our race t-shirts, please complete our contact form.

Can I help Sponsor the Race?

IDTG Sponsor Information:
We are always looking for race sponsors who will help us as we honor the fallen and support the troops. Sponsorship can be in the form of money, raffle prizes (event tickets, baskets, etc), or a service to help us reduce our expenses.