Q: Where can I find race results? A: Results are available online at www.runhigh.com at the conclusion of the races. Q: I won an award but wasn’t able to stay for the awards ceremony. How do I get my award? A: You will receive an email providing information on when and where you may pick up your award. Q: Will I be able to register the day of the race? A: THERE WILL BE NO REGISTRATION THE DAY OF THE RACE. Q: Can I register for the race during bib and chip pick up? A: No. You will need to register online by midnight Wednesday of race week. There will be no registration during bib and chip pick up. Q: How do I register for Run Around the Square? A: Click on the link on the home page for easy access to our online registration or visit our Registration page. Please note: No dogs or strollers are permitted in the 5K Race. Q: Where is a good place to stay while I am in Pittsburgh? A: www.visitpittsburgh.com has information about places to stay in Pittsburgh. Q: Where is parking for the race? A: There is plenty of street parking throughout Regent Square, but do remember that after 6 a.m. on race day no parking is permitted on the streets used for the course. In addition, no parking is permitted in the Fern Hollow section of Frick Park. The best option is to use the streets on the East side of S. Braddock Avenue. For a complete map of the Regent Square neighborhood, please go to www.rsca.com (make this a link). Q: What time do the races start? A: The 1.5 Mile Run/Walk starts at 8:15 a.m. with a delay of 5 minutes for the dogs. The 5K Race starts at 9:00 a.m. Q: Where and when do I pick up my bib and chip? A: Participants can pick their bibs and chips at the Wilkins School Community Center located on Charleston Avenue in Regent Square on Thursday and Friday of race week from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on race day morning from 7 a.m. until 15 minutes before the start of each race. Q: How do I become a volunteer for the race? A: Just go to the Volunteer page or email us at [email protected]. We are always looking for volunteers to help out before, during or after the race.