Only solo runners are eligible for prize money. .
We will allocated $100 per finisher. The total prize purse amount will be divided equally between male and female fields. Each gender prize purse will be divided as followed.
1st Place = 50% of prize purse
2nd Place = 32.5% of total prize purse
3rd Place = 17.5%
The more runners we get, the higher the prize purse.
Everyone is entered, runners who do not reside in the US will be subject to tax initially when paid
Prize will be mailed to the runner.
43 finishers = $4,300 prize purse.
100 finishers = $10,000 prize purse.
Everyone starts at the same time, solo and relay runners. 10:00am
Folsom Lake Ultra Trail (FLUT) is the only event to run all the way around Folsom Lake, to our knowledge, this may be the only race covering this length of distance while circumnavigating a body of water in California.
Local time: 4:34 AM
FLUT has a total of 12 aid stations that are packed with all kinds of food that ultra-runners need, water, electrolyte, boiled potatoes, chips, candy, gel packets, salt pills, and the later aid stations will have whole foods such as soup, quesadillas, etc.
This race changes directions every year. 2018 will be a clockwise direction. The course is a mix of trails and some roads (82% Trail, 18% Road).
Come test your limits as a team! – You and 2 other of your friends can run all the way around Folsom Lake (2 person teams: 1 runner must cover at least 2 legs of the race). No runner or team can skip a leg, you will be considered as a DNF.
When a runner registers as a relay team, the runner will receive an email for the other team members to finish their registration.
Only one runner at a time. This event consist of three legs:
1st leg – From Beals Point to Gate 142 AS (21.5 miles**)
2nd leg – From Gate 142 to Salmon Falls AS (24.5 miles**)
3rd leg – From Salmon Falls to Beals Point (22.4 miles**)
**All distances are approximate. This course was mapped using a Garmin 920, Garmin 220, and Suunto Ambit 3, we got a different distance every time and decided to use the average.**