Sunday, Jul 30, 2017

The Run Baby Run Baby Ultra

1 witchtrot road

Sanbornville, NH 8 Miler, 5K

This Event Took Place Sun. Jul 30, 2017

About the Run Baby Run Baby Ultra

The Run Baby Run Baby Ultra is offering an 8 mile or 5K run this year, up and around beautiful Lovell Lake, in Sanbornville, NH. There is a $250 suggested fundraising minimum for the race, with awesome awards for the top runners and fundraisers. All funds raised go directly to fund The Baby Alex Foundation's pediatric brain injury grants. We have cool t-shirts and an awesome post party at The Poor People's Pub with a raffle for Pub gear. For more information on The Baby Alex Foundation, please visit our website at To view The Run Baby Run Baby Ultra website, click on the "i" above or go to Come run with us!

Race Day Registration

Online registration ends the night before the run. We will be taking same day registrations but will end registration at 7:45am.


We have loads of great prizes! Gift certificates from our amazing sponsors plus cool give aways from The Poor People's Pub. Post-race party includes pizza and drinks, courtesy of our host, The Poor People's Pub!


The Course of The Run Baby Run Baby Ultra 8 mile run begins in the parking lot of Poor People's Pub in Sanbornville, NH.
From there, runners will make 1 loop up Witchtrot Road, then right onto Oak Hill Road, then right onto Pond Road, which becomes Brackett Road, then left back onto Witchtrot Road, with a return to the Pub. About half of the run follows meandering paved roads and the other half traverses quiet dirt roads, with exceptional views of the lake.

There is only one water stop on Pond Road, about half way through the race. Please bring water as it can get hot!

The post run party will take place at 11:30am at the Pub. The top fundraisers and first place runners will receive awesome prizes. There will also be lots of fun giveaways from our sponsors.

Finishers will receive a t-shirt and are eligible to win prizes. Join the run and join the party!

Local time: 7:46 AM


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