Awards

** Not fast enough to earn a medal? Be sure to check out the Finisher Medals we have available for a limited time! **

Beautiful Turtle Krawl medals and awesome tile plaques featuring this year’s artwork will be given to the following finishers:

  • Top 5 Overall Male
  • Top 5 Overall Female
  • Top Masters (Age 40+) Male
  • Top Masters (Age 40+) Female
  • Top Grandmasters (Age 50+) Male
  • Top Grandmasters (Age 50+) Female
  • Top Great Grandmasters (Age 60+) Male
  • Top Great Grandmasters (Age 60+) Female
  • Top Competitive Walker
The top 5 (yes, FIVE!) finishers in each of the following male and female age groups will also receive medals:
  • 8 and under
  • 9 – 11
  • 12 – 14
  • 15 – 19
  • 20 – 24
  • 25 – 29
  • 30 – 34
  • 35 – 39
  • 40 – 44
  • 45 – 49
  • 50 – 54
  • 55 – 59
  • 60 – 64
  • 65 – 69
  • 70 – 74
  • 75+

We will also award medals to the Top 10 Competitive Walkers, regardless of age and sex. Please see the Competitive Walkers page for more information.

What’s that you say? You’re not a fast runner or a competitive walker, so you have no chance of winning a medal? Not so fast (horrible pun intended)… The Turtle Krawl has one more very special award to hand out – It is the “Middle of the Nest” award, which goes to the person who finishes exactly in the middle of the field, based on overall finishing position*. The “Middle of the Nest” winner will receive a medal, a tile plaque, AND a brand new pair of adidas running shoes!

Lastly, we will be awarding tile plaques to the following finishers as well:

  • Top 5 Teams
  • Youngest Male Finisher
  • Youngest Female Finisher
  • Oldest Male Finisher
  • Oldest Female Finisher

Here is a photo of the medals from the past four years to give you an idea of how nice they are:

Turtle Krawl Medals

*The calculation we use to determine the Middle of the Nest winner is Total Number of Finishers (including Competitive Walkers) divided by 2, and we round up (ie, we would round 1622.5 to 1623) if the result is a fraction. Sometimes the official race results change for a variety of reasons (disqualifications, for example) after the race. We perform the calculation at the beginning of the Awards Ceremony and that person is declared the winner. If the official results end up changing after the fact, we do not redo the calculation. The winner determined at the Awards Ceremony is final.