Not Yo Momma's 100 is an awesome ultra trail race at Great Seal State Park in Chillicothe, OH. It includes a 25k, 50k, 50 Mile, 100k and the most bad-ass 100 miler in Ohio.
Our course is a 25k loop. Well, actually it is sort of a loop/out-n-back hybrid a little over 16 miles. It is a loop with about 2600' of climbing. This translates to roughly 16,000 feet of climbing for the 100 milers :) The trail can be pretty gnarly with roots and rocks and has lots of beautiful single-track. The course is 99% trail with only two very short road sections (less than 1/2 a mile total per loop).
25k = 1 loop
50k = 2 loops
50 Mile = 3 loops + a 2 mile section. The 2 mile section will be ran first.
100k = 4 loops
100 Mile = 6 loops + a four mile section that includes Sugarloaf (our toughest climb)
100 milers will run their extra 4 mile section first, and then begin the full 25k loops.
There are three aid stations along the loop. The first is at the start/finish area. The second is located at 4.6 miles going out, and 13.3 miles coming back. The third is situated at 10.4 miles.
Aid Stations will be stocked with Hammer Nutrition products, PB&J's, chips, pop, pretzels, candies, cookies and more. We will also have hot foods available like grilled cheese, pizza, soups and broth.
We have really tried to include options for our vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and paleo runners. Make sure you ask our awesome volunteers what options they have for your dietary needs. Keep in mind that you should bring any specific items you can't live without :)
Aid Stations will be stocked with First Aid supplies.
Please bring a water bottle or other hydration container. We have joined many of our trail racing friends in an effort to produce less waste at our events. We will have cups available but appreciate your help in cutting down on trash.
Drop bags are permitted in the start/finish area for all runners.
Drop bags are permitted at aid station #3 for runners in the 50 Mile, 100k and 100 mile only. You may drop off your bags the evening before or on race morning. We will have a designated area for bags going out to AS #3.
Please make sure drop bags are water proof! Those bags going out to AS #3 may not be under cover.
We are not responsible for any loss or damage to items in drop bags.
Drop bags will not come back to the start/finish until the conclusion of the race on Sunday morning. We do our best to get drop bags back early for individuals who have dropped or need to leave earlier, but please plan accordingly. There will be a return area at AS#3. If you would like to have your bag come back sooner, please move it over to the return area.
Park rest rooms are available in the start/finish area and the day-use area. Port-a-johns will also be available in all aid station areas.
You MUST report to the RDs (Rob or Angie Carroll) or an aid station volunteer if you decide to drop from the race. This is for your safety!
If you need to drop at AS#2 or AS#3, we will provide a ride back to the start. Please be aware that you may have to wait a few minutes for that ride.
All races begin in the campgrounds at Great Seal State Park.
The 100k and 100 mile races step off at 5:30am.
The 25k and 50k begin at 7:30am.
This year we are offering an early start for those doing the 100 that feel they need a little extra time. For those stating at 4:30 previous arrangements must be made with the RD and please note that your first loop will be un-aided. Aid stations will not be open until after the official start. Runners will need to plan accordingly for their first loop.
Primitive camping is available in the State Park campgrounds- which also happens to be the start/finish area! We typically sell-out of camping spots so make sure to get yours early. We think this is the best way to experience the event because you get to mingle with lots of other runners before, during and after your race!
If you would like to reserve a camping spot you can do that through us. Simply add camping when you register, check out our website for camping only links or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tent spots are $10/night and you will be sharing your space with up to three others. There are four RV spots available for $40 for the weekend. There are no hook ups or electric within the campgrounds. Rv spots insure that you will have the parking strip for the RV .
A runner may switch races anytime PRIOR TO THE START OF THE FIRST RACE at 5:30am. You may NOT switch distances anytime after the start. This is the only rule I am hardcore about people! Please make sure to sign up for the distance you really want! No credit will be give for shorter distances completed.
There will be a $7 fee to switch distances after September 15
Headlamps and/or flashlights are required for any running in the dark. This is for your safety and is at the RDs' discretion.
PLEASE NOTE: Sunrise is estimated for 7:30am, which means it will most likely be dark in the woods at the start of all races. Please plan accordingly.
32-Hour cut-off for the 100 mile
24-Hour cut-off for the 100k
20-Hour cut-off for the 25k, 50k and 75k
3-Hour cut-off for the Sugarloaf Challenge 4 Miler
* Our goal is to get everyone to the finish line. If you need more time to get it done, please come and talk to us. As long as you are in before the last 100 miler we will work with you to get your finish!
Please respect all runners, volunteers, the park, others on the trails and the RD's. If you don't, we will make fun of you mercilessly and DQ you.
If we determine a runner has cut the course for any reason, the will be disqualified and receive a DNF in the race results.
Cell Phone service is pretty good in the start/finish area. There is limited service in other areas of the park.
Breakfast will be provided for all 100 mile and 100k runners and their pacers on Sunday morning. We will have lots of yummy stuff like muffins and pastries, pancake/sausage bake, scrambled eggs, oatmeal, fruit, coffee, milk and juice.
Breakfast can be purchased on race morning for all other racers, friends, family and crews for $7 each.
Pacers & Crew
Pacers are allowed for the 100k and 100 mile only. Pacers may join their runners at the start of their fourth loop. Please note that 100k runners will be allowed a pacer for their final loop ONLY.
Pacers are not allowed in any other distance unless pre-approved by the RDs.
You may have as many pacers as you like, but only one pacer may join you at a time on the course.
Pacers must check-in to receive a bib on race day. Pacers may check-in at any time prior to joining you on race day, but please allow us at least 30 mins to get them set-up. If you have more than one pacer they will share their bib, but they all must check-in.
Awesome finisher medals will be awarded to all finishers completing their
Top 3 male and female finishers will receive a kick-ass award.
All 100k and 100 Mile finishers will receive a bad-ass buckle.
Tec Shirts for all participants who registered within the designated time frame.
Some fun new prizes this year!
Results will be posted ASAP after the race on our website and on this page.
We are all grown-ups. Please don't make us DQ you for littering. Respect our beautiful trails and put your waste in one of the many trash cans available at or near the aid stations.
Refund & Cancellation Policy
Because of the costs associated with this event, there are no refunds, transferals or deferrals of entry fees for any reason. Race will be held rain or shine. RDs reserve the right to postpone, delay, cancel or stop the race at anytime due to safety concerns.
There park does not have showers. We have made arrangements with the Ross County YMCA to use their showers on Saturday. They are open between 7:30am-7:00pm Saturday. Please check-in at the front desk and tell them you are with Not Yo Momma's 100. We will have directions available on race day. The Y is about a 15 minute drive from the park.
We have also constructed a homemade shower that was very popular in 2014. It will be available, along with a couple of kiddie pools :)
A special thanks to Hammer Nutrition, Road I.D., She Bakes the Cakes, RE Carroll & Sons Excavating and Dr. Brandon Hanes and Hanes Total Healthcare. They each help support our event and make it great!
Thanks so much to all of our amazing volunteers! We couldn't put on such an awesome event without you! It takes a crazy amount of dedicated folks to put on this event each year. You are all appreciated!
We have several stickers available for purchase. Check em' out on our website.
If you haven't done so already, give us a LIKE on Face Book. This is the best way to stay up-to-date on everything race related. We will also be having contests for stickers and other items, as well as giving some special offers to our Face Book crew.
Don't forget to check out our 50s For Yo Momma event as well. 50s hosts 25k, 50k and 50 Mile events in May. Our 50 miler is a perfect training run for those summer 100 milers! You can get more info on our website or Face Book page.
Heart of Ohio Trail Running Series- remember that when you run either of our events you are automatically entered into the Heart of Ohio Trail Running Series. We are a group of trail races dedicated to promoting and supporting the trails in central Ohio. Check us out on Face Book for more info.
The Bad Ass Slam
In 2015 Not Yo Momma's 100 miler will join three more of the toughest 100 milers on this side of the country in a brand new ultra running slam! Follow us on Face Book to get the details on THE BADASS SLAM!
The other 100 milers included in the Bad Ass Slam are:
Hell Hole Hundred
Finish all four for a pretty Bad Ass award!
In 2014 we added the Sugarloaf Challenge. A 4 mile run Sunday 9/27 at 9:00 a.m. up and over Sugarloaf mountain. Anyone who runs any of our distances on Saturday can run the Sugarloaf Challenge on Sunday for 1/2 off.
Hanging with or crewing for a friend or family member and feeling the overwhelming need for some Sugarloaf? Perfect! Take on the Sugarloaf challenge for a little taste of what our course is like!
Maps & Directions
Please visit our website for course maps and directions.
Local time: 3:12 AM