October 27 - 28, 2018

DDLM Endurance Run

4590 SE Harborton St

South Beach, OR 24hrs, 12hrs, 6hrs, 4hrs, 2hrs

This Event Took Place Sun. Oct 28, 2018

About

Join us at the Oregon Coast November 2-3, 2019 for our 2nd Annual Dia De Los Muertos Endurance Run (DDLM Endurance Run).

ABOUT DIA DE LOS MUERTOS
Día de Los Muertos (DDLM) is a day in the year like no other. This deeply revered Mexican tradition provides a universal opportunity to celebrate our connection to loved ones passed on and the ancestors whose lives allowed ours to happen.

The DDLM Endurance Run celebrates the power of this tradition and each runner’s personal power and hard-earned endurance.

The start/finish line will be adorned with a special addition: an ofrenda (altar). Before starting their race, runners can visit the ofrenda to leave offerings that honor their ancestors and loved ones passed on. These offerings of photos, flowers, fruits, drinks, trinkets, and written messages provide runners the opportunity to add a unique layer of depth, gratitude, and purpose to their endurance run from start to finish.

The Course

The course is made up of two loops. Loop A is approx. 1 mile and Loop B is approx. 1.5 miles. Loops will be measured by measuring wheel and actual distances will be posted later. Runners will complete as many loops as possible within the allotted 6, 12 & 24 hour periods. Runners will run loop A first then loop B then rinse and repeat!

Belt Buckle

A custom 100 Mile and 50 Mile DDLM Endurance Run belt buckle will be presented to any runner who completes 100 or 50 miles.

Starting Time & Location

Location: Wilder Trails, Newport, OR. Race starts behind the white gate.

Starting Times:

24hr Start - 9:00AM, Saturday, November 2nd
12hr Start - 9:00AM or 9:00PM, Saturday, November 2nd
6hr Start - 9:00AM, 3:00PM, 9:00PM, Saturday, November 2nd, or 3:00AM, Sunday, November 3rd

Post Race

All participants get a beautiful custom coffee mug and delicious food catered by Bosque Cafe

Awards will be presented to the male and female winner in each race.

Music and a beautiful performance by our friends Huehca Omeyocan, an Aztec dance group, from Portland

NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS





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