This Event Took Place Sat. Apr 22, 2006

41 YEARS of HISTORY and TRADITION

2015 will be the 41st running. Let the tradition continue. The Jack Bristol Lake Waramaug Ultra Races are the oldest ultras in Connecticut and many other places. It is the oldest 100K in the United States. Come join us for the fun and celebration of another banner year.
........................................ 2015 USATF SANCTIONED...........................................

Course

The course is rolling loops on paved roads around scenic Lake Waramaug. There is a 2.2 mile out and back at the beginning of the race for all runners. The 50K runners will then do three 7.6 mile laps around the lake followed by a 1.9 mile out and back to the finish at the State Park. The 50 mile runners will complete six laps around the lake and finish at the State Park. The 100K runners will do seven laps around the lake followed by a 2.3 mile out and back to finish at the State Park.

Aid Stations

There will be four well stocked aid stations around the Lake and there will be post race food and drinks for all runners.
From Start/Finish to First Station 1.8 miles to Second 1.9 miles to Third 1.7miles then 2.2 miles to the Start Finish.

Swag

In addition to all manner of fun running around the lake all day (and night) with many new and old friends, your entry covers a hi-tech t-shirt, a medal for the 50K and 50 M races finishers, a buckle for the 100K finishers as well as post race food. We also provide weather with no additional charge.

Buckles and Medals!

The custom designed belt buckles for all 100K, 50 Mile and 50K finishers.
Check it out by clicking on the links below to pictures of the buckle and medals.

Picture of LAKE WARAMAUG 100K Belt Buckle

Picture of LAKE WARAMAUG 50M Medal

Picture of LAKE WARAMAUG 50K Medal

Website

IF YOU ARE A RACE DIRECTOR of ANOTHER RACE PLEASE CONTACT Race Director BEFORE ENTERING this EVENT.

Please visit the website for more information by clicking on the "I" icon above.

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