Description -BLACK TOE RUN - The pursuit of Congelatio
The Black Toe Relay is a 12/24 -hour relay that occurs on a 5 mileish trail loop at Hardin Farm in Watertown, TN. The race will have teams of 2 or 4, however, individuals may endeavor to complete the challenge, though we are not responsible for frozen phalanges or lost minds. The goal is to complete as many loops as possible in the given time period, with one team member running at a time. Simple, right?!
Updates 2020 Race:
* New trail
* Discounts for team options
Hoodie add-on option that creates a reduction in price
I will offer $400 or a hand built life-size statue to the first person who can get 100 miles in 24 hours. There is also a $400 to the first female that can get 50 miles in 12 hours.
General Ticket Includes:
* 12 or 24 hour Race Entry
* Noodle soup, pizza, and snacks
Free Jackalope beer all night long
To get a hoodie please use this link - https://ultrasignup.com/shopping.aspx?dtid=32561
Included in Event
* Hot Noodles
* Free beer
* Male and Female Port O Johns
* Porch with lighting and electricity
* Camp Fire
One runner on the course at a time
Each runner must mark their time on the board when returning back from the 5 miles loop. This is the only way we an keep track of your time. This is based on the honor system.
Each team member must complete at least one lap every 12 hours - If a team member is injured then this is not required
Must be self-supporting. Runners are responsible for your own warmth, sleeping tent, and winter survival. We will provide light snacks, water and gatorade.
At the conclusion of the race, runners are given a 15 min grace period to finish their final lap, after which a mile will be deducted for every 15 min they are late (for example, at 10:15 one mile is deducted, at 10:30 two miles, and so forth).
Littering on the course will subject you to disqualification
Due to the extreme weather at this time of year we reserve the right to cancel the event at any time. Final results will be calculated based on each runner’s placement at the call time as determined by that runner’s last completed lap. This rule is intended to be a last resort
If you are struggling at any point in the run, race officials will have the right to evaluate you, and it will be their call if you will be allowed to continue. These decisions will be made with your safety and desire to finish in mind
Runners may have crew support every lap. When helping, crew must stay at designated area on Slug Fest Row. Helping outside of the runners designated area on Slug Fest Row is not allowed
When checking in you will be asked to show your required materials described below. If you do not have these items you are subject to disqualification
Hoodies are unavailable after Jan 8th - If you forgot to get one at check one out at - https://ultrasignup.com/registration_step2.aspx?did=58765&ci=3436589
What is Rucking - Rucking, or walking with a weighted pack on your back. The activity gets its name from “rucksacks,” which is military-speak for “backpack.” “Rucking” is marching or walking while wearing your rucksack (which is always loaded down with gear).
RUCK RULES - The weight standard is determined by body weight:
Over 150# - 30# dry
Under 150# - 20# dry
You may use anything you wish (steel plate, bricks, sandbags, etc) to comprise your dry weight but all food and water must be removed before weigh-in.
How to sign up - Just signup under the distance you want and be sure to answer the questions about the RUCK CATEGORY.
There will be a large engraved beer mug awarded to anyone who can do the following:
* 12 hour solo Men or Women - 50miles
* 24 Hour Men or Women 100 miles solo
10010 Statesville Road
Watertown, TN 37184Starting time for the 12 and 24:
10am, Feb 1, 2020 12 hour Race ends:
10pm Feb 1, 202024 hour Race ends:
10am February 21, 2020Race Food: Roman Noodles, light snacks, gatorade, water, and GU!Awards Ceremony:
11pm Feb 1, 2020
Local time: 9:00 PM