DFL 24 Hour Ultra
The DFL 24 Hour Ultra is a 24 hour running event offering the following time races: 3 hour, 6 hour, 12 hour, 24 hour, -12 hour relay and 24 hour relay. The running course of this event is an unpaved 2.02 miles of trails that take runners alongside marshes, through forests and pastures.
Local time: 11:03 AM
The key to this type of race is for runners to run as many miles as they can in the timed race they registered for - 3 hr, 6 hr, 12 hr, 24 hr and relays.
Race location: Roberd's dairy farm, 5000 Tennessee Ave, Savannah, Ga. 31404
Race Date: April 21, 2018 Earth Day Weekend
Packet Pick up: April 20, 2018 starting at 6:00 pm at race location. You may camp out the night before the race (April 20th).
Races offered: 3 hour, 6 hour, 12 hour, 24 hour, - 12 and 24 hour relays.
Race start: 9:00 am. 3 and 6 hour runners may start at 9am or at 6pm.
Race end: 9:00 am, April 22nd.
Relay teams are comprised of up 6 runners.
Awards ceremony:9:30 am, Sunday, all races.
Drop downs to lower races will be allowed until 9:00 pm, Thursday, April 19th!
If you choose to drop down on race day you will be allowed to run but will be counted as DNF! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Camping allowed from April 20-22.
Swag: every registered runner will get a race shirt.
Awards: Every finisher of each race will get a 4” medal, a black ribbon with the runners name, race and mileage run. All finishers will also receive a .pdf Finisher’s certificate with their race stats emailed.
Trophies are awarded to the top three males and females of each timed race (3 hr, 6 hr, 12 hr, 24 hr, 12 hr relays, 24 hr relays).
All 24 hour runners that reach the 100 mile mark will receive a 4" belt buckle.
The male and female with the highest mileage in the 24 hour period will each get a signet ring and a trophy. The ring will be fitted for the runner and engraved with their total mileage.
If no one reaches the 100 mile mark in 24 hours buckles nor signet rings will be awarded.
Weather: The average temperature for the month of July is 77* F high and 52* F for lows. Saying that, though, the temps could easily reach the upper 80s in April.
Unless there are tornadoes and severe thunderstorms, this race will go on! If rained out we will do what we can to reschedule and invite all registered runners back but there may a nominal fee for rescheduling
Amenities: One Aid station will provide: water, heed, gatorade, ice, hammer gels, pickles, chips, pretzels, almonds, olives, carrots, grilled chicken tacos with lettuce, onions.
We do NOT provide cups! Bring your own cups and handhelds! You may leave your cup at the aid station with your name on it and we’ll gladly refill it upon request.
Rules are easy: Follow the course. Stay on it. A short cut is called cheating. We are expecting all runners to be race marshals. Keep each other honest! If you are caught cheating or reported to have cheated you will be confronted and asked what's up. If proven that you cheated you will be dnf'd and asked to leave. We know that 99% of runners do not cheat because they have integrity but that bad apple, will be pointed out. Don’t be that bad apple!
No littering! If you purposely litter you will be DNF’d and asked to leave.
Rough Runners is a three man team: Brian Garvin, Jason Edenfield, Dan Hernandez.
Our goal is to give you the best running race experience we can in one of the most beautiful natural settings in Savannah. Our races are not designed to break you but they are challenging enough so that you will have to dig deep and tap into your inner-strong, harness it and bring it home.
You will make yourself proud when you cross the finish line. And, we’ll be there to celebrate your achievement!
Thanks for choosing to run with us!
See you at the race!