The swag collection is nearly complete! Checkout the finisher medals, participant t-shirts, Remix Challenge medal and marathon finisher jackets below. Last but not least, the Saturday 5K medal is coming soon!
2017 Finisher Medals
It’s here! It spins (two ways), it glows, and most importantly – it’s worthy of an epic achievement, finishing 26.2 miles on the Las Vegas Strip at Night! Note, that is not your average die – it’s a marathon die, showing only three numbers: 2 – 6 – 2 (26.2).
Half marathoners are in for a treat. Prepare to rock this medal for weeks to come after you finish 13.1 miles on the Las Vegas Strip at Night! It’s here! It spins (two ways), and it glows, and we created a custom half marathon die for you showing only three numbers: 1 – 3 – 1 (13.1).
When you run 10K on the Las Vegas Strip at Night, you deserve to be rewarded handsomely. And we have done just that for you, crafting this double spinning, glowing award for your epic achievement! Like the others, we’ve created a 10K-specific die, only two numbers: 6 – 2 (6.2 miles).
This flashy gold medal will have you feeling like you hit the jackpot Saturday night after you finish the Brooks Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas 5K presented by SLS Las Vegas! The 2017 medal collection is complete, and might just be our favorite we have ever put together. Which will you be earning?!
Remix Challenge Medal
One weekend, two races, three medals. That could be your haul if you run the Saturday 5K and the marathon, half marathon, or 10K on Sunday. Do you have what it takes to run back-to-back nights in Las Vegas?!
Sunday 10K, marathon and half marathon participants can look forward to wearing this midnight black t-shirt with your playground, the Las Vegas strip, waving from under the neon glow of the guitar!
Record themed to go along with the 5,000+ participant who will be taking on the Remix Challenge, the neon look of this t-shirt will be worthy proof of your experience running 5K under the Las Vegas lights on Saturday night!
Check out the history of the Las Vegas medals to see how far the medal game has come in Las Vegas.