|Jay Glassman (YouTube)|
Read the full Canadian Running piece for context, but here's what he said in a nutshell.
I figure pictures do it all justice, so let me present to you, race advice on etiquette from Jay Glassman
LESSON 1: After the race, 'run it out'
“We had people in the chute trying to keep people moving, but we also had a lot inexperienced runners stopping. They don’t know they’re supposed to run it out.”
LESSON 2: Don't stop after races, even if you bump into a crowd (That's Jay there, bottom left)
“Some of the runners became quite rude to both myself and my marshals in the chute when we asked them to continue moving through. It wasn’t that they were being stopped or held somewhere because of us, it was because they were stopping themselves.”
LESSON 3: Keep moving, even when you're forced to wait for traffic
“We’re bringing a ton of new runners to the sport. They don’t know that there is an etiquette involved in an event like this. At the end of any race it’s important to keep moving.”