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Each event truly could not be successful without the hard work and dedication of the volunteers. Many future racers first volunteer at one of our events to get a true understanding of what it takes to do something so extreme. We treat our volunteers as family members and truly appreciate every hour they are out on the course. 


Volunteering is fun, rewarding and you’ll have the satisfaction of helping runners meet their goal on race day. All volunteers receive a complimentary race day t-shirt, participation in our pre-race events, meals, hotel rooms for rest,  and discounts towards future ARGEORGIA events. Come be a part of the experience!

Races like Sea to Sea and Endurance Hunter 100 has over 10 on-course aid stations, which means we will need tons of support and help from volunteers. Volunteers to sign-up by emailing us at

Areas We Will Need Support

• Flagging the Course: Help flagging and marking the course before the day of the race. (Full day)

• Check-in and Packet Pickup: Helping check-in racers the day before and race morning. (During check-in times)

• Aid Station Volunteers: Helping set-up, work, and breakdown aid stations. (Half and full days)

• Aid Station Captains: Managing the entire aid station (Full days)

• Aid Station Runner: Driving supplies between aid stations and if required to the store. (Half and full days)

• Cooks: Cooking simple meals for racers during the event. (Half and full days)

• Communications: Working at the race headquarters with team data. (Full days)

• Medical: Mobile EMT to be available throughout the race. (Full days)

• Shuttle Drivers: Driving a passenger van from the parking area to start location. (Half and full days)

• Penske Truck Drivers: Driving a 26ft Penske truck moving supply from one TA or aid station to another. (Full days)

• Course Sweepers: This person will hike behind the last runner with a backpack collecting the flagging and to make sure the last runner is safe. (Full days)

• Post Race Clean-up: Breaking down the start/finish location after the race is over. ( Half-day)


Aid Stations Logistics​

• Aid Station volunteers will be provided with a detailed guide including directions and GPS coordinates to help get you to your respective locations.

• You will need a good understanding of the area and the course flow.

• Have a reliable vehicle (no 4x4 required) and use the gas card to fill up. 

• Parking at some of the aid stations is limited so we will ask that you arrange to carpool with your aid station team members.

• All of the aid stations on the course are easily accessible to most types of vehicles.

• There will be a communications team member and/or device present at all aid station locations.


Always a big thanks again for all the volunteers!!

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