August 3 - 4, 2024

Night Train

1104 NW Lake Road

Garnett, KS 12 Hours, 6 Hours, 3 Hours

Registration closes: Wed, Jul 31 @ 11:59PM CT

Description

The perfect summer training experience! Finally, a rails-to-trails summer night race. No tripping and no hills here! A 2.5 mile out and back in a safe area surrounded by your friends. Opportunities to share miles together or pass and wave all night for a great community atmosphere.

Details

3/6/12 hour races on a 2.5 mile out and back (5 miles each lap)
All races start at 8 pm. A cone will also be placed at 0.5 miles out (1 mile out/back) for the last hour of your race. If you start a lap during the last hour, you may add distance by doing 1-mile laps and crossing the 1-mile timing mat. 



Lake Garnett Park.


Lake Garnett Park
NW Lake Road
On the west side of the lake next to the trail.

Packet Pickup begins at 5 pm.




Deferal / Transfer Credit (to a different race)

If you can no longer run the event you registered for, we offer the below-sliding scale prior to the originally schedule race date for receiving credit to a different Outlaw event. We do not offer refunds, deferrals, or transfers - only future race credit. The credit will only be useable by the original registered participant and only for Outlaw events. Unless otherwise stated, credits will be valid for two years from the original event date. Credit will be the amount paid minus taxes and fees. Transfers are a one-time opportunity. You cannot re-transfer a previously transferred race. Once credits have been issued, they are gone. This includes any credits used from volunteering, race credits, previous credits, or credits transferred. The submission date will be used to calculate the credit amount.



90-days out (or more): 100% credit

30-89 days out: 75% credit

Less than 30 days: No credit

Dropdowns/DNFs?DQs

Runners starting a race but not finishing the intended distance will be listed as a DNF at the bottom of the results for their registered distance. Runners may not be “dropped down” to a shorter distance once they start a race, and will not appear as finishers of the shorter distance. This ensures a fair event where runners know their competition and cannot be lowered in place by a runner dropping down in distance. Runners may switch distances before the start of their race and will be eligible as a finisher in that event

DNF: Runners starting a race but not finishing the intended distance, in the intended order as marked, and under the official cutoffs,will be listed as a DNF at the bottom of the results for their registered distance.

DQ: Runners must complete the course in its intended order, as marked by race officials. Any deviation from or cutting of the course may result in a timing penalty or even disqualification. Additionally, runners who are found to be excessively rude to race personnel, volunteers, or others may also be considered for disqualification. We believe in fostering a respectful and supportive race environment, and these rules are in place to uphold that.

Dropdowns: Runners may not be “dropped down” to a shorter distance once they have started a race and will not appear as finishers of the shorter distance. Runners may switch distances before the start of their race and will be eligible as a finisher in the updated race distance.

Event's current local time: 4:28 AM CT

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