This Event Took Place Sat. Jan 26, 2013

Description -BLACK TOE RUN - The pursuit of Congelatio

The Black Toe Relay is a 12 hour relay that occurs on a 5 mile trail loop at Hardin Farm in Watertown, TN. The race will have teams of 2 or 4, however, individuals may endeavor to complete the challenge, though we are not responsible for frozen phalanges or lost minds. The goal is to complete as many loops as possible in the given time period, with one team member running at a time. To stay official, one lap must be done every 2 hours. Simple, right?!

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Location: Hardin Farm

10010 Statesville Road

Watertown, TN 37184

Starting time: 10am, January 31h, 2015

Race ends: 10pm January 31th, 2015

Race Food: Ramen Noodles, sandwiches will be provided at night so please bring food for the daytime.  Of course we will also provide  water.

Awards Ceremony: 11pm January 18th, 2014 - Awards will be custom made from the skillful hand of Mr. Hardin

Goodies - BTR  Signature Hoddie - Giveaways from: Swiftwick, and Fleet Feet- BEER with campout fire!

Entry fee: 12 - $70 per person and price will go up to $80 one month before. 

Team size: Individual, 2, or 4 person teams (male, female, and co-ed)

Loop size: 5 mile trail, ~1200 feet of ascent, equal descent

Aid: Starting line will serve as the aid station, with the race

intended to be  self-supported (we are running in this too!).

Male and Female Port O Johns

Heated in-closed porch for warmth



Packet Pick Up: Will be held at race location the day of the race. Please try to come early (7:30- 9:30am).

Included in Event

* Black Toe Run Cotton Hoodies
* Custom Stone Awards
* Beer
* Hot Noodles
* Burgers

HOODIES and Belt Buckles

This year we will be giving away hoodies after the race and sending them to each participant. Also we will make special belt buckles for any individual who gets 50 miles on this course. Warning getting 50 miles is very hard.

Local time: 5:26 AM


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John Hardin
Race Director

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