Trivium Racing and Crazy Running Offer Childcare at North Carolina Races

We’ve teamed up with Crazy Running Greensboro to offer childcare at select North Carolina races.

Kids ages 4-14 can have fun at Crazy Running Camp while parents and guardians enjoy the race day experience. Kids will participate in Crazy Running practice and have the opportunity to do crafts, read, play games, and more.

Group of kids having fun at a Trivium Racing event

Trivium Races Offering Childcare

These are six of the seven races that make up our NC Mega Medal Series. Complete each race, and your medals will connect to form the ultimate piece of hardware. Thanks to Crazy Running, we are now able to offer childcare to make completing the Mega Medal easier logistically for parents and guardians.

North Carolina 2020 Mega Medal with seven pieces

How It Works

Beginning February 5, you’ll be able to sign up for childcare through your race registration form. If you’re already registered for one of the races above, you’ll be able to edit your registration through your RunSignUp account.

Need help? Email info@triviumracing.com for assistance.

With every registration, you’ll receive a $5 voucher applicable toward a future Crazy Running Program. Space is limited to the first 30 kids for each Trivium event, and childcare registration will close 5 days before race day. If spots are still available, they’ll be on a first come, first serve basis on race day morning.

Associated Fees with Race Childcare

Fees will range from $7 to $10, depending on the race. This money goes toward Crazy Running’s trained coaches and related insurance costs. We are keeping fees as low as possible so Trivium athletes with children can take advantage of this service!

More About Crazy Running

Crazy Running offers running and conditioning programs for young athletes ages 8-14. They also offer a Junior Crazy Running program for ages 5-7 years old. Programs are typically 8 weeks in length and offered year-round.

The organization’s goal is to positively impact young athletes through running. Kids learn healthy habits, how to set goals, endurance, strength, speed, flexibility, good nutrition, race preparation, and so much more. Crazy Running uses games and play to hold kids’ attention and keep things fun!

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