Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to our most common questions regarding your race weekend experience.

All changes will be completed in person, pending availability, at the Solutions desk during Packet Pick-Up hours only.

Don’t worry! Bib numbers will be given out at Packet Pick up. Remember to bring a valid I.D. to receive your goodie bag.

No. Each participant must have his/her own registration. In the event of an emergency, race officials must have emergency contact information on hand, therefore you are NOT allowed to participate using another person’s registration. There are NO exceptions. You may follow the Bib Transfer policy found on our website under Changes/Deferral. Failure to follow this policy will result in disqualification and from this and future Life Time events.

Deferrals allow a participant unable to attend this year’s event to transfer their registration to the following year. The deferral is applied only to the event in question, in this case the 2022 Life Time Chicago Spring Half Marathon & 10K. Should you need to defer or decide to change your registration for any reason, please visit our Changes in Registration page via the link below.

We recommend riding public transit, ride sharing, or Divvy. The closest parking option is the Millennium Park Garage. Enter the Millennium Garage from Michigan Avenue.

In order to to ensure that all athletes receive the size that they ordered exchanges will not be made at Packet Pick Up. On race day, we will host a shirt exchange at the Results Tent after the race and exchange while sizes remain. Race staff cannot guarantee availability of all sizes other than those ordered at the time of registration.

Yes, they will need to provide us with a copy of your photo ID (a mobile copy will suffice) and confirmation email. No exceptions.