Be More Than Just IN the Race - Volunteer now!    

Sometimes a race against the clock becomes a race against time. Race participants often get injured, distressed or require medical attention. Fortunately, Race Guards are there! Race Guards are dedicated, volunteer first responders who join the race and keep an eye out for athletes who need help.


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Support Race Guards Today 
Race Guards support hundreds of thousands race participants every year, every step of the way. With your support, we can grow our teams and be at your favorite events around the globe.  Your support also entitles you to great deals from our partners. Remember, Support Race Guards – They support you when you need it most.   JOIN TODAY!! >>>




Who We Are

Race Guards is an organization
that coordinates certified
in-race first-responders with
event directors and sponsors.

Get Involved

Be a part in racing for good.
Volunteer for Race Guards!
Become a Sponsor! Or, sign
up to have Race Guards at
your next event!


"Last weekend I was part
of the Race Guard Group
that did the Biggest Loser
5K/15K and have to say it
one of the most memorable
races I've seen." Tracy Kilvinger


Applicants must maintain current CPR, AED and First Aid Certifications and provide proof of certification to Race Guards upon request. Other requirements may also be applicable and Race Guards reserves the right to review and refuse acceptance into the Race Guards program at its discretion. Not all applicants will be approved, and not all approved applicants will be assigned to a race. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance onto the Race Guards team prior to race date and will be required to sign in with Race Guards on the day of the race.