Saturday, Oct 28, 2017

Kansas Fall Ultra Extravaganza

Celebration Hall

Ottawa, KS 100 Miler, 50 Miler, 50K

Registration closes: Thu, Oct 26 @ 11:59PM

Entry

Unique, date & event specific buckles to all finishers of all events!
Men's & Women's sized tri-blend tech shirts (50% Polyester, 25% Rayon & 25% Cotton). Guaranteed sizing only to entrants registered by October 11th, 2017.
Pre and Post-race pasta
Event specific race bibs
Complimentary race photos


 

Start & Time Limit

Kansas Rails-To-Trails 100 Mile / 6 AM start; 30-hour time limit (approx. 50 mile cutoff in 14 hours)
Prairie Spirit Trail Fall Classic 50 Mile / 7 AM start; 29-hour time limit.
Prairie Spirit Trail Fall Classic 50K / 8 AM start; 28-hour time limit.
Along with aid station cutoffs on the inbound leg of all races.

Course Description & Aid Stations

Kansas Rails-to-Trails 100 Mile: The Kansas Rails-to-Trails 100 Mile is run on the Prairie Spirit Trail and is a beautiful "rails-to-trails" course that runs through numerous quaint little towns. Starting at Celebration Hall in Ottawa, runners will do a short (appox. 2 mile) northbound out-and-back, then travel south to Iola and back north to the finish in Ottawa. The course is primarily on a crushed limestone trail, with asphalt paths as you travel through each small town. Manned and unmanned aid stations will be approximately every 5 miles (with no greater distance than approximately 6 miles) and the course is easily accessible to crew. It's a great event for first timers, as it's a flat and relatively easy course. It's also the perfect course for experienced runners wanting to set a PR. The atmosphere will be family friendly with plenty of places for your crew to hang out and relax while cheering you on. Pacers WILL BE allowed for the last 60 miles (approx.) of the event.
Aid Stations: 21 total aid stations; 11 manned aid stations fully-stocked with water, electrolyte drink & snack-type foods, including soup & sandwiches, 10 unmanned aid stations with water only. Approximate distance between aid stations is 5 miles with no distance greater than a little over 9 miles between manned aid stations. Drop bag access at 11 total locations on the course with no distance greater than approximately 9 miles between drop bags.


Prairie Spirit Trail Fall Classic 50 Mile: The Prairie Spirit Trail Fall Classic 50 Mile is an out-and-back course, beginning at Celebration Hall in Ottawa, Kansas, with a short (4 mile approx.) northbound out and back, then traveling primarily south to Garnett and back north to the finish. The course is primarily on a crushed limestone trail, with asphalt paths as you travel through each town including Ottawa and the course is easily accessible to crew a total of five times.
Aid Stations: 10 total aid stations, with 5 manned aid stations fully-stocked with water, electrolyte drink & snack-type foods, including soup & sandwiches and 5 unmanned aid stations with water only. Approximate distance between aid stations is 5 miles with no distance greater than approximately 6 miles between aid stations. Drop bag access at 5 total locations on the course with no distance greater than 10 miles between drop bags.


Prairie Spirit Trail Fall Classic 50K: The Prairie Spirit Trail Fall Classic 50K is an out-and-back course, beginning at Celebration Hall in Ottawa, Kansas, with a short (1 mile approx.) northbound out and back, then traveling primarily south to Richmond and back north to the finish. The course is primarily on a crushed limestone trail, with asphalt paths as you travel through each town including Ottawa and the course is easily accessible to crew a total of three times.
Aid Stations: 7 total aid stations, with 3 manned aid stations fully-stocked with water, electrolyte drink & snack-type foods, including soup & sandwiches and 4 unmanned aid stations with water only. Approximate distance between aid stations is 5 miles with no distance greater than approximately 6 miles between aid stations. Drop bag access at 3 total locations on the course with no distance greater than 8 miles between drop bags.

Check-In & Pre-Race Meal

Race headquarters is at Celebration Hall, located at 220 W. 17th Street in Ottawa, KS. Packet pick-up and drop-bag (drop-off) will be held from 4-8 PM on Friday evening October 27th.


Our pre-race meal will be served from 5-6 PM on Friday evening at Celebration Hall. Not-Your-Average-Race-Pasta, All-you-can-eat (Non-meat option, Gluten-Free option, or lots of meat with Italian seasonings) Served with crisp and buttery fresh garlic bread, salad, cake, ice tea, lemonade, water. This meal is included in your registration for all runners. Additional meal tickets can be purchased during registration or at the race. Meal tickets can be used for either pre or post race and are 1 for $10 or 2 for $15


Late packet pick-up Saturday morning, October 28th from 4:30-5 AM for the 100 mile entrants, 5:30-6 AM for the 50 mile entrants and 6:30-7 AM for the 50K entrants.


Map showing Celebration Hall (Start/Finish Line) can be found by clicking the link below:


Celebration Hall

Post-Race

Post-race meal will be a variety of breakfast food made-to-order, or leftover pasta! Meal tickets can be used for either pre or post race and are 1 for $10 or 2 for $15

Awards

Personalized, date specific, first overall male & female award plaques in all events events AND customized, date and event specific, belt buckles guaranteed to ALL finishers of their chosen event.

Lodging

There are several different hotels to choose from in Ottawa, KS, with none of them being any further than 10-15 minutes maximum from Celebration Hall (staging location). Please click the link below now to see all lodging options in Ottawa and the surrounding cities listed on Orbitz:


Ottawa Lodging 


The Ottawa Super 8 and Comfort Inn are offering special rates for runners. These rates can be obtained by making reservations over the phone and using code: “EPIC RATE” and calling Sunny, the owner, directly at 785-764-3408.


 

Course Map

The following link will open up a Google Map, showing the locations of the Start/Finish (Celebration Hall) and all six manned aid stations/crew access & drop bag points located in Princeton, Richmond (50K turnaround), Garnett (50 mile turnaround), Welda, Colony & Iola (100 mile turn around). Unmanned (water only) aid stations are also show on map.


Course Map(s) 


The courses are all USATF certified and record eligible.

Photos

Complimentary runners photos by Mile 90 Photography will be provided posted to the Facebook page and on Mile 90's website.

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