A premier 100 mile and 100-furlong running event. Great for first-timers and veterans alike! Come run our race and see beautiful, wild Florida! The Long Haul course has a little of everything FL has to offer... double track, single track, sand, and wildlife! The 2020 Winner, Harvey Lewis, stated "The course is flat but goes through beautiful tropical plants and early in the morning you can see many deer; in the evening you hear quite a lot of activity, perhaps an armadillo or maybe an elusive Florida cougar. The course sneaks up on you because of the sand areas; a few root areas and the heat, but overall it’s one of the best 100-mile courses in America. It’s truly a gem!" The Long Haul 100 is also a WSER Qualifier! ALL 100 Mile finishers will receive a belt buckle and those who finish in under 30 hours will also earn a ticket into the lottery.
Local time: 3:02 AM
Course Description: 10 x 10 Mile Loops
Starter “Loop” – Approx. 1 mile down Pump Station Road timing mat.
Begin 10 Mile Loop – (10 Loops total)
Spur 1 = Right turn onto trail one. Go out approx. 1.5 miles. Check-in with volunteers then turn around and head back.
Spur 2 = Right turn onto Pump Station Road .6 miles. Left onto trail two approx. 2 miles to A.S. #2. (You will be running alongside the pavement and then dip back to the left into the woods. Follow the trail until you reach AS2) Turn around and go back the same way!
Spur 3 = Right turn onto trail three. Go out approx. 1 mile. Be sure to cross the timing mat! Turn around and go back to Pump Station Road. Turn Right on Pump Station Road towards A.S. #1 and continue straight to cross the timing mat.
The course is 10 x 10-mile loops and pacers may join their runner at mile 60. One "loop" is made up of three spurs that stem from the main hub/crew area. There are 2 fully manned Aid Stations and access to your drop bags 3 times per loop. Course cut-off is 32 hours (To qualify for WSER - 30-hour cut-off)