Saturday, Aug 16, 2014

TARC Summer Classic

75 Noonhill Road

Medfield , MA 50m , 50km

Registration closes: Sat, Aug 9 @ 12:00AM

INTRO

A great course will be made even greater by lengthening the 6.5 mile loop from last year to a 10 mile loop. The extra 3.5 miles consists of some great new trails built along the Charles River and the surrounding wetlands, a new section of the Bay Circuit Trail system and all very runnable. The lengthening of the loop to an even 10 miles has inspired us to change the format of the race from a 6 and 12 hour race to a 50 mile (5 loops) and a 50K (3 loops plus a little) race. 

Description

Go here for course trail map: http://www.trailanimals.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/TARC-Summer-Classic-Course.pdf

Start time for both races distances is 7:00 am.  There will be a mandatory 6:45 am pre-race briefing. Two choices: 50K or 50M.  The course starts/finishes at Holt Pond parking lot on Noon Hill Road in Medfield, MA, winding through Noon Hill Reservation. A beautiful but challenging circuit consisting of mostly single track trail with varied terrain. With a dirt road into the starting area, no road crossings, and very few house sightings during the run, you will truly feel like you're running in the wilderness, not in a suburb about 15 miles from Boston! This race is an oasis in a month that is a virtual desert with respect to trail race options in New England and is perfectly positioned for those training for a late summer or fall trail ultra. The number of runners will be limited to 40 for both races combined so act fast if you want to take part. Of your $25 entry fee, $9 will be donated to the Trustees of the Reservation, the not-for-profit organization that owns and maintains the reservation. The total contribution from all runners will be matched by a personal donation to the Trustees from the race director! THERE ARE NO REFUNDS, NO TRANSFERS AND NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT.

Local time: 5:02 AM
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