Green Trails for Miles
All the laurel, pine trees, & moss one can see will result in nothing less than a green occasion. Combat those blue feelings of waiting another 11 months for the Algonquin 50k by hopping over the Pocomoke River & running its baby brother. Grab the sword by the hilt & run it!
Local time: 1:04 PM
Very Important: Due to limited parking space on Blades Road & around the race location, please plan on carpooling.
To reduce crowds & save time on race day morning, please make every effort to pick up your bib number/packet pre-race. You can have someone pick up your bib for you.
Saturday, March 11
Location: Dockside Bar & Grill, 2 Riverside Dr., Pocomoke, MD 21851
Time: 4:00 pm-7:00 pm
Sunday, March 12
Hudson-Tarr Tract, Pocomoke State Forest, Blades Road, Pocomoke City, MD 21851. Located off of Rt. 113 South, between Pocomoke & Snow Hill. Blades Road is approximately one mile south of Shad Landing Pocomoke River State Park. Turn at Hudson Auto Body.
Race Day packet pickup 7:15-7:45 (Again, please make every effort to utilize the Saturday pickup option).
Race Start 8:15 am sharp (that’s exactly per Ultrasignup timing).
Cutoff: The final cutoff time for the 10 miler is 3 hours. The final cutoff for the 20 miler is 5 hours.
There will be one aid station, approximately at 4.5 miles (the 20 miler participants will stop there twice) in addition to aid at the start/finish area. This is a cupless race. You should use your OWN cup, water bottles, hydration belt or vest for Tailwind/Water). />T/>_________________________________________________________________________
How will the course be marked? Spray painted arrows on the ground, logs or sticks may also be used as arrows to direct you or block side trails, signs, caution tape low to the ground to "block" where you should not go, and small green construction flags on that right side of the trail.
What will happen if I can't finish?
Let a volunteer know, give them your bib, & check in with a race director at the finish area.
Lost and Found? Check eBay. Actually, just notify us afterwards. Do not leave anything on the trails. Any items not claimed in 30 days will be donated or thrown into a bonfire.
What if the race is cancelled? We plan to race in rain, snow, sleet &/or very cold/hot conditions. Only a force majeure which makes EMS, aid station & support staff unable to function & making it too dangerous to drive will be cause for cancellation. In the event of a cancellation, no refunds or credits will be applied to future events.
When & Where will the results be up? We will publish the results as soon as possible both on the FB page and on ultrasignup.com.
Is it true that some of the trails might have water on them? It's possible because there are sections of the trail that cross small creeks. However Algonquin's little brother is usually dry.
Other stuff to know:
No drop bags.
No bib transfers to another person. No bandits.
Bib numbers should be visible at all times.
Runners should stay on the established course.
Transfers between race distances are permitted with advance notice to one of the race directors. The price difference is nonrefundable.
No dogs for runners.
No early or late starts.
Runners may only receive assistance (food, fuel, other needed items) at aid stations.
Everyone is asked to have fun.