The 3nd annual Tuscazoar 100 will be held at Camp Tuscazoar in the beautiful hills of Tuscarawas county on Sept 4th 2021. In addition to our traditional 100 mile, 50 mile and 25 mile races we have added the option for you to do an a.m. or a p.m. start for the 50 and the 25 mile distances!! That's right if you are looking for a chance to do a night run this is it! 50 milers can choose an 8am or 7pm start and 25 milers can choose to start at 9am or 8pm!
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CONDUCT SYMPTOMS ASSESSMENT PRIOR TO TRAVELING TO THE RACE, THE NIGHT BEFORE AND THE MORNING OF THE RACE
The State of Ohio mandates that participants in outdoor activities in a shared social space conduct symptom assessments prior to engaging in outdoor recreational activities. Symptoms include the following
Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fever, Chills, Muscle pain, Sore throat, Nwe loss of taste or smell.
Symptomatic individuals should stay at home and perform daily symptom assessments before interacting with others.
SYMPTOMS THAT DEVELOP DURING THE RACE
If you develop COVID-19 symptoms, immediately return home, isolate and/or seek medical care if you develop symptoms during the event. We will have local EMS available if you’re in need.
PACKET PICKUP & THE STARTING LINE: At packet pickup please be mindful of others and maintain social distance. Your packet will include a runners mask that we encourage you to wear before and after the race when in the start/finish area and for any interactions at aid stations or elsewhere along the course. Runners will start in 1 minute waves with three runners per minute. There will be lines every 6 feet behind the start line for runners to line up on and progressively move forward to start. Faster runners toward the front slower runners towards the back.
PRERACE DINNER: This year's pasta dinner on Friday will be served takeout style. You will be able to pick up your free meal (and any others you wish to purchase) and take them wherever you wish to eat. (campsite, hotel, picnic table outside, home, wherever)
AID STATIONS: Limited contact aid stations , call out from the proper, marked distance what you want and workers will fill your requests. Volunteers may pour hydration (water, electrolyte, soda) into a runner’s bottle, cup or bladder that a runner holds or sets down for filling. Aid station volunteers will be a max two per shift, and will be wearing protective gear. Runners and crew please maintain a 6 foot distance from aid station and course marshall volunteers Expect the same awesome aid stations you have had in the past from our races.
.DROP BAGS AND CREW: We will be having drop bags for 100 and 50 mile runners. There will be extra space this year for drop bags so runners can maintain a safe social distance. Metal folding chairs will be in the drop bag area for runners to use and will be cleaned by volunteers after they are used. Drop bag locations will be at the start/finish aid station and the route 800 aid station. Please remind your pacer, crew, friends and family to maintain safe social distance at the start/finish area.
The course will be a 25 mile loop (4 loops for 100 mile 2 loops for 50 mile) consisting of single track trail, old railroad beds and towpath trail. Along the course you will see beautiful woodlands, overlooks, old iron mine, Dover dam, Tuscawaras river and the historic town of Zoar. Total course elevation of approximately 2500 feet per loop. (10,000 feet for the 100 mile and 5.000 for the 50 mile.)
Along the course there will be 5 aid stations all will be over stocked with both cold and hot food and snacks as well as water, soda, and electrolyte drinks. Aid # Milage Access
Route 800 5 Runner only
Zoar Zoar 9.5 Crew/ spectator
Route 800 13 Runner only
Dover Dam 15 Water only Runner only
Roost 17.5 Runner only
Iron Mine 19 water only Runner only
Roost 2 22 Runner only
Start/Finish 25 Crew/spectator
Schedule of Events
Friday September 3rd. 4pm-8pm pre race packet pick up
5pm-8pm pre Race dinner
Saturday September 4th 5:00am-5:45am 100 mile race day packet pick up
5:45 pre race instructions/ national anthem
6am 100 mile RACE START
6:15-7:45 50 mile race day packet pick up
6:15-8:45 25 mile race day packet pickup
7:45 50 pre race instructions/ national anthem
8am 50 mile RACE START
8:45 25 mile pre race instructions/ national anthem
9am 25 mile START
6:00pm-6:45pm Night 50 mile packet pickup
6:45pm Night 50 mile pre race instruction/ national anthem
7:00pm Night 50 mile START
7:00pm- 7:45pm Night 25 mile packet pickup
7:45pm Night 25 mile pre race instructions/ national anthem
8:00pm Night 25 mile START
Sunday September 5th 2pm Race finish closes
Pre Race Dinner
Pre race dinner for all runners is included in race entry fee. Dinner will be served from 5-8 at the camp Tuscazoar Dining Hall. Additional meals may be purchased at the door for family and crew for an additional cost. ($8)
There will be a drop bag area by the main aid station at the start/finish that runners will have access to at miles 25, 50, 75 and and at the Rt. 800 aid station (miles 5, 13, 25, 33, 55, 63, 80,and 88) Start/finish area also will provide plenty of area for your crew to set up during the race, with music, restrooms, campfire and lots of camaraderie as they await your passing and then your finish!
Pacers will only be allowed for the 100 mile distance.
No pacers allowed before mile 50.
Only one pacer at a time per entrant.
Pacers may not mule/carry supplies for their runner.
All pacers must sign a liability waiver.
All pacers must wear a “pacer” bib while with their runner.
Pacers are allowed to help themselves to any food and beverages at aid stations while they are pacing. Pacer bibs and waivers will be at the crew access aid stations.
All races will start and finish in front of the Camp Tuscazoar dining hall (Kimble Hall). This will also serve as the main hub of the race. The Main aid station will be located here where you can see your runner at miles 25,50,75, and Finish! This will be a great area for your crew to hang out. We will have music playing and a fire going all night. There are also restrooms located in this area.
Cut Off Time
There is a 32 hour time limit for the 100 mile race.
30 hours for the 8am 50 mile
29 hours for the 9am 25 mile
19 hours for the 7pm 50 mile
18 hours for the 8pm 25 mile
All runners must start their last loop by 7am on Sunday morning.
course closes at 2pm Sunday
Anyone wanting to volunteer please contact us at email@example.com and we will work with you to figure out how you can best help make this race experience even better for the runners.
All finishers will receive an award.
100 mile finishers Tuscazoar 100 Belt Buckle
50 mile finishers Tuscazoar 50 Medal
25 mile finishers Tuscazoar 25 Medal
Individual awards will be various size containers of maple syrup tapped and made from maple trees right on Camp Tuscazoar property! And will have customized Tuscazoar 100 labels!
100 mile overall winner male and female
100 mile age group by decade 1st and 2nd place male and female
50 mile overall winner male and female
50 mile age group by decade 1st and 2nd place male and female
25 mile overall winner male and female
25 mile age group by decade 1st and 2nd place male and female
Cash prizes will be awarded for 100 mile distance only. Pay out for the top 3 finisher for men and women ages 18-49 and NEW THIS YEAR GRAND MASTERS 50 AND OVER!!! .
All primitive tent camping will only be $25 for the whole weekend and you will be able to camp in any designated area. You will still need to register for camping though the Camp Tuscazoar.
Camp Tuscazoar is a nearly 100 year old Boy Scout camp. They have many accommodations to fit your needs. Plenty of primitive camping is located throughout the camp in different form from tent, adirondack shelters, and campers/RV,s both with and without hookups. They also offer bunkhouse style cabins with beds that can be purchased per bed and a few cabins that could fit your whole crew. Please contact Camp Tuscazoar directly to make reservations.http://www.tuscazoar.org/ We encourage entrants to stay at the camp but understand it may not fit everyone's needs, there are also several nice B&Bs located right on the course. Also there are several hotels located within a short drive from the race.
With your registration you will receive.
Local time: 9:57 PM
Tuscazoar 100 race shirt
Trucker hat (100 mile only)
Pre race Dinner
Abundantly stocked aid stations
An amazing race experience
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