This is an UTMB qualifying race. For 2019 edition, 100 mi has 5 points and 100K has 4 points. According to their new system 50 mi now has 3 points. If you ran it in 2018 you have 4 points for 50 mi and 2 points for marathon
cutoff time is 24hrs for 100 miles (10hrs for 50 miler, 13hrs for 100K). limit to 25 runners This year will be counter-clockwise loop. This is a fat ass event. There will be no awards, shirts or buckle. I will collect $10 of fee just to cover water and some food. I will setup some basic Aid Stations (most likely just me and my Subaru) to provide water, food and cheers, runners usually like my station though :-) . You do need to bring your own food, supplies and gear to carry with you throughout the race (you can leave a small drop bag in my car). This year's course is a hybrid, by day you are touring the city, jogging along the beach, at night you run the trail and climb the mountains. The course is a 100 miles epic loop around beautiful San Diego with no repeat section. If you can not finish the 100 miles loop or running 50 miler or 100K, you will need to plan/arrange your own transportation back to starting point. There will be no shuttle. There will be no course mark. You will need to navigate and stay on course based on the route maps below.
This is not a race for everyone, definitely not a race you can just sign up and run, you will not finish it if you do that. It's a 100 mile with around 10K ft of ups and downs. Don't let that mellow elevation gain fool you, trust me it's not easy to run 100 mile in one day by yourself. To sign up, you'll need to be a good runner and also be willing to train hard for it, read on.
#1 run fast, no hikers, can run 100 miles in one day
#2 self-reliance, no cry babies, aid stations are 10-30 miles away
#3 know the ways to run, literally and figuratively
No refund, no transfer.
Timelines & Aid Stations
12/12 12:12PM Registration open
11/11 11:11PM Registration close
11/23 4:30AM Start line check in and waiver
11/23 5:00AM Race start
11/24 5:00AM Race end
Start line(5AM Saturday) location
2099 Carmel Valley Rd, Del Mar, CA 92014
AS#1 Talbot St 20mi, Cutoff 4hrs(9AM)
3798 Talbot St, San Diego, CA 92106
AS#2 Fanita Pkwy 51mi, Cutoff 10hrs(3PM), 50 miler finish
9398 Fanita Parkway, Santee, CA 92071
AS#3 Garden Road Park 62mi, Cutoff 13hrs(6PM), 100K finish
14828 Garden Rd, Poway, CA 92064
AS#4 Sunset Dr 76mi, Cutoff 17hrs(10PM)
3600 Sunset Dr, Escondido, CA 92025
AS#5 San Dieguito Rd 90mi, Cutoff 21hrs(2AM Sunday)
17520 San Dieguito Rd San Diego, CA 92127
Finish line 100.5mi, Cutoff 24hrs(5AM Sunday)
2299 Del Mar Scenic Pkwy, Del Mar, CA 92014
Course Maps and Files
You don't need all of maps and files below, just the one(s) you know how to use, but it's always a good idea to have back up plan for navigation.
Local time: 3:08 AM
Google Course Map Load it to your phone. If your phone doesn't support google map, throw it away (maybe to me) and get one does.
Caltopo Course Map Many advanced features, used by professional rescue agents.
Garmin Connect Course. Login and click Send To Device
Ridewithgps Map. The original course I created on, all others files/maps based on this one, see below for the embed map.
GPX file With Aid Stations and other POIs
KML file Used by some app like Mapme, Google Earth.
TCX file Used by some Garmin devices
FIT file, full course. Garmin course file, with turn-by-turn direction, put it under Garmin, Garmin, Course folder
FIT file, from 37.6 to finish
FIT file, from 70.8 to finish
garmin fenix 5x only support 50 course points, and above full course FIT has 130+ course points, add above two files to Garmin Course folder too, switch to it when you need it.
TURN BY TURN (TBT) DIRECTIONS
Full TBT with detailed maps A 23 page of PDF file have everything you'll need to navigate the course.
TBT cue sheets only See the embed below.
Cue sheet in CSV format You can open it on your spreadsheet and do something about it.
Below just a Embed map and a TBT direction for your visual pleasure, you can find the urls of map and file above.