Welcome to Frozen: H3! This event, is identical to the Hell Hole Hundred with the exception of the ridiculous heat and humidity. We operate on the same course and come across some of the same aid stations! Sounds easy…right?!
All participants will have a place to camp Thursday , Friday and Saturday night if they would like. You will have access to restroom facilities, but there are no shower facilities.
All races start at 7:00 AM, Saturday, January 18, 2020. Night events, the 16 mile and 50k start at 6:00 PM, Saturday, January 18, 2020
The 212 mile race starts at 1PM on Thursday, January 16, 2020
The 140.6 mile race starts at 6PM on Friday, January 17, 2020
Water and Doc Scotts Electrolytes, Recovery Water RX will be placed at locations roughly 6 miles apart
All runners are required to check in at the occupied aid stations. If someone is not present, You must check yourself in as passing through the aid station.
Time Frame, Awards and Stuff
• 212 miles in 77 hours (distance and time cut offs exist for this event)
• 140.6 miles in 43 hours
• 100 miles in 30 hours.
• 100k in 22 hours
• 50k in 10 hours (both day and night events)
• 16 miles in 5 hours (both day and night events)
If you complete your event within the time frame given, you are considered and “official” finisher and will be awarded your time and Finisher Coin. If you are running the 100 Mile event, you will be awarded the Finishers Coin along with a buckle if you complete the event in the given time frame. The top three men and women will be awarded buckles on the spot. The remaining buckles will be ordered and mailed to you. 140.6 and 212 runners will get a custom buckle with their name and time engraved on the buckle. Since this is a custom feature, these buckles will be made to order…and mailed to you.
Do not get caught littering on the trail. If you do…you are automatically DISQUALIFIED from the event. Period.
Do not argue with event staff! If they feel that you are unable to finish the event due to your physical condition, your pace per mile, you will have your bib removed and you will be pulled from the course. IF you choose to continue, you will be banned from ALL Eagle Endurance, LLC events.
• Start/Finish Line – Fully stocked and supported with bathrooms
• Irishtown Road Trail Crossing – Fully stocked and supported
• Yellow Jacket Road at Thomas Road – Fully stocked and supported
Thursday before the main event for all 212 runners from 12-12:30 noon
Friday before the main event from 5-5:30PM for all 140.6 runners
Morning of the event at the START/FINISH AREA (Jericho Horse Trail/Start/Finish area) from 6-6:30AM fr all others.
Running this distance is going to suck. The only reason I will cancel this event is if the forest is on fire, there is a hurricane and zombies are out on the trail. If for any reason the event has to be shut down due to extreme weather, natural disaster or zombies on the course (other than the runners…), you will be pulled from the course or held at an aid station until you can be removed from the course. Please, no arguing if this should happen. It is for your own safety.
The Trail and Use of the FMNF
Local time: 9:42 PM
All events take place within the Hell Hole Swamp located in the heart of the Francis Marion National Forest located outside Charleston, South Carolina.
The trail we run on is called the Jericho Horse Trail, it’s a 16.3 mile loop through the forest consisting of dirt fire roads, single track trail and double track trail. It is a flat trail that is unforgiving. Past participants found it difficult due to the fact that there are zero hills, little elevation change and when they were on the course, they didn't know when to walk.
Under no circumstance will refunds be issued, registrations be transferred to another person or transferred to a later date.
Information concerning Civil Rights and affiliation with the Francis Marion National Forest:
"In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Frozen: H3 is operated under special use permit with the Francis Marion National Forest.