Saturday, Aug 8, 2015

The Mighty Mosquito Trail Race & Relay

Douglas Rd.

Honeoye Falls, NY 99 Miler, 6 Person Relay

This Event Took Place Sat. Aug 8, 2015

Mighty Mosquito Trail Race & Relay

The Mighty Mosquito Trail Race and Relay is Western NY’s only 100-mile solo trail race and also features a 50K distance and a 99-mile relay race.

All proceeds from this race benefit the Blue Foundation, a charity organization in Canandaigua, NY. For more information visit https://bluefoundationny.org

Details

SCHEDULE:

100-mile Solo runners begin at 6:00am on Saturday, with a 30 hour time cap.
50K solo runners begin at 9:00am on Saturday with a 10 hour time cap.
Relay teams begin at 12:00pm with a 24 hour time cap.

WHERE:

All loops begin and end at the Canfield Woods Shelter at Mendon Ponds park.

AMENITIES:

plenty of parking at the Beach Lot
-park bathrooms available for the duration of the event
-camping allowed in the area surrounding the shelter

100 Mile Solo Runners

This challenging event will put ultrarunners to the test! Solo runners begin at 6am with a 30-hour time cap. Runners will complete 6 laps of the pink course, followed by 6 laps of the blue course and then 6 laps of orange course. One final mile awaits you at the end of this race to complete the course. Those runners finishing under the 30-hour time cap will be awarded with a beautiful Mighty Mosquito belt buckle. A fully stocked aid station will be provided at the start/finish line.

Solo Cutoffs: start lap 6 by 7:00pm, start lap 12 by 5:00am, final cut off at 12:00pm.

50K Solo Runners

This race will challenge runners to take on 2 laps of each course for a total of 33-ish awesome miles! Starting at 9:00am, runners will have 10 hours to complete 2 laps of the pink course, followed by 2 laps on the blue course, and finish with 2 laps on the orange course. All runners must be off course by 7:00pm. A fully stocked aid station will be provided at the start/finish line.

99-mile Relay Teams

Looking for a fun way to challenge yourself with friends? Relay teams, consisting of up to 6 team members, will complete 6 laps of the pink course, followed by 6 laps of the blue course and finishing with 6 laps of the orange course. The course is run relay-style, with one runner on course at a time while the other members relax, camp and enjoy the festivities at the start/finish line.

All relay teams are required to provide a volunteer! (see below)

Relay Cutoffs: start lap 6 by 7:00pm, start lap 12 by 5:00am, finish by noon.

Course

The course consists of 3 loops (pink, blue, orange) in beautiful Mendon Ponds Park. All loops begin and end at the start/finish line. Each loop is about 5.5 miles long and offers its own unique beauty and challenge! 100-mile solo runners get an special 1-mile loop to complete their 100 miles and earn their belt buckle!

*Courses are subject to change at any time.

Volunteers

This is a large event that spans more than 30 hours. As a result, volunteers are critical to keep all runners safe and on course and to help the event run as smoothly as possible.

All relay teams, regardless of size, are required to bring 1 volunteer who is available for the duration of the event. Volunteers will be on a schedule, and that schedule will be published in advance so everyone is on the same page. Number of shifts and length of shifts will vary depending on the number of teams we get. Duties include but are not limited to: road crossing marshals, directing runners on course, solo aid station & more.

Thank you in advance for your understanding!

Refunds

This event is to raise funds for the Blue Foundation, thus there are no refunds. We apologize for the inconvenience but keep in mind you're helping a great cause!

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