Race Starts at 5:00 p.m. Registration is closed. There is no race day registration at the event.
Registration after March 17 means no shirt unless there are no shows.
Unclaimed awards from no-shows and dnf's will be awarded to late registrants first come/first served at the finish line. Go to my website and see an update about awards..
This is a hilly event and the weather March 30 is unpredictable. The difficulty of finishing either race is quite often underestimated by participants. It's not an event to expect a new PR but it is one that you will get great satisfaction from finishing. Please go to the event website and read before registering.
Marathoners Be Warned
This is not your normal marathon. This is all rural, not a city marathon. You will be in the middle of nowhere all the time with no porta-potties, no splits, no mile markers, no spectators, and late in the run possibly even no other runners. There are only 6 houses on the course and they have dogs. Aid stops are over 5 miles apart, so you will need to carry a water bottle. If you decide to quit, there are no pick-up vans, so you will either have to walk to the aid station or hitch a ride with somebody. Darkness comes early and there are no street lights. You will need a light for the reasons cited in the waiver. If you need to be catered to every couple of miles along the course or worry running in the dark, perhaps you should not come. We really have seen everything listed in the waiver except the polecats and they are there too. The drop out rate among veteran 50-milers is usually 40% or so. Think long and hard before you enter this event. Ask yourself "Am I ready for this. Or would I be better off doing an event where I still have somebody to look after me." If you're not ready to step up and be responsible for yourself all the way, stay away. Find an easier event.
Both courses are now certified. Five repeats of a 6-mile loop and a 4-mile out-and-back for the fifty miler. All rural and all paved. There are several long hills and some smaller ones too. This is not mountainous but is definitely not flat. The marathon course is the same as the 50 but with less repeats. Marathoners and 50 milers start together. Shortly after the start marathoners will make a left turn and do an out-and-back that is necessary to get the distance correct. The out-and-back just after the start is only done once and is not repeated on later laps. 50 milers will not do the early out-and-back.
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$50 September 1 through December 31
Local time: 7:56 PM
$60 January 1 through February 15
$75 February 16 through March 27
Register before March 17 to be guaranteed a shirt and finisher award
There will be no registration at the event race day.