Sunday, Apr 28, 2024 @ 8:00 AM

I Double Ogg Dare You!

7460 Ogg Rd

Shawnee, KS 6hr, 3hr

Registration closes: Wed, Apr 24 @ 11:59PM CT

I Double Ogg Dare You!

One of the most challenging races in the Midwest! A race on Ogg Rd, a half mile paved road with approximately 200 feet of climb, making each trek up and down a mile. A long time hill training favorite of locals, this is your chance to challenge yourself on our favorite hill!
3hr and 6hr race distances.
Each lap gives you 1.1 mile, see how many you can fit in! 8am start, limited to 175 entrants total.
Chip timed, full aid station, medical staff on site. Plenty of swag, prizes for top 3 women, men, and non-binary finishers in each distance, any runner who runs a marathon or further will receive a lululemon shirt personalized with their mileage

Race Description


Start at the top of Ogg road off of the parking lot. Run down to the base of the road, just before Midland drive, turn around and run back up. Turn around will be marked and volunteers will direct you. Circle through the parking lot to cross over the timing mat. Each lap consists of 1.1 mile, and has approximately 200ft of gain. Runners will run as many laps as they can in a 3 or 6hr period. Only full laps count, and laps stop being counted at the 3 and 6 hour mark.

Race is held rain or shine.

Timing

The race will be chip timed by Show-Me Running Company. Chips are worn on your shoes. You must cross over both timing mats for your laps to count. If you do not cross over the timing mats, or wear your chip, laps will not count. Race Directors will have final say over any discrepancy or problems.

Aid Station


There will be one aid station in the gravel lot at the top of Ogg road. Water, tailwind, pringles, candy, sandwiches, Coke, Ginger Ale, Mountain Dew, cookies, saltines, pretzels, and other assorted snacks. Vegan and gluten free options will be available.

Pizza will be available for 6 hour runners and volunteers between 12 and 1pm.

First aid, vaseline, bug spray, sunscreen, wipes also available.

6hr runners will be allowed to set up mini aid station areas for themselves around the start finish in a designated area. We suggest bringing a chair!

This is a CUPLESS event; see rules for specifications.

Race Rules


No poles allowed, please contact RD's if medical/extenuating circumstances exist.

No pacers allowed. Crew and friends allowed at start/finish. Please be mindful of our timing people and the aid station and stay out of their way.

No alcohol (this is a park rule, please don’t get us into trouble)

Personal music devices are allowed as long as headphones are used and you maintain a volume that allows you to hear other runners. We recommend either one earbud only or bone conduction headphones. If we receive complaints, the RD’s reserve the right to ask you to turn off your music. No speakers.

No dogs allowed on the course, though they may be leashed and under control at start finish

No partial laps, only full laps will count. If you cut the course in any way you are automatically disqualified.

Official distances will be based on wheel measured course markings not personal GPS watches.

No spectators are allowed on the course, though they are allowed around the start finish area.

This is a CUPLESS event. You are responsible for providing your own water bottle or cup. Please consider bringing one for water and one for soda or tailwind. There will be a table provided if you would like to leave your cup or bottle at the aid station rather than carry it with you.

Swag

All participants will receive bomb ass swag (TBA).

Awards/Results


Each runner will receive a patch or a year patch (if you ran last year) as a finishers award upon completion of their race.

Top 3 awards for women, men, and non-binary finishers will be given.

Finishers will be based on most laps completed. In the event of a tie, the winner is whomever completed those laps faster. Anyone who can run a marathon or further during the 6hr will receive a tech shirt personalized with their mileage (mailed out after the race-they're printed to order). 24 laps makes a marathon.

Course Records

6hr
women: Skylar Allen 36.3 miles, 33 laps 2023
men: Siyan Cao 36.3 miles 33 laps 2023
3hr
women: Terri White 17.6 miles, 16 laps 2023
men: Andrew Price 19.8 miles, 18 laps 2023
non-binary: Marissa Taylor 7.7 miles, 7 laps 2023

We Are Part of the Trail Mix Fund!

Do you want to race but can’t afford the entry fee? Are you a part of the BIPOC or LGBTQ+ community? Apply to the Trail Mix Fund to have your registration fee waived. You can learn more on the website: https://trailmixfund.org/

In an effort to improve the diversity in trail racing and remove a potential barrier for the under-served and under-represented, we've partnered up with the Trail Mix Fund, a 501(3)c non-profit. While we all like to think this sport is accessible – “you just need a pair of shoes” – that just isn’t always the case. The Trail Mix Fund is available to anyone wanting to run a race who could use some assistance in paying for it and for those from the BIPOC & LGBTQ+ communities. During registration, we are accepting donations to their organization. All donations made here go directly to the Trail Mix Fund, not to this race. Please consider helping this organization by donating!

Schedule of Events


7:00am 7:45am Packet Pickup

7:50am pre-race briefing

8:00am race start

11:00 am end of 3hr race.

11:15am awards ceremony for 3hr

2:00pm end of 6hr race

2:15pm awards ceremony for 6hr

Event's current local time: 11:37 PM CT

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