Saturday, May 13, 2023

Flower Moon

2131 Osage Hills, Park RD

Pawhuska, OK 50M, Marathon, 1/2 Marathon, 4 Miler, 5K Virtual Runner

This Event Took Place Sat. May 13, 2023

Overview

The Flower Moon Dreamcatcher-inspired medals!! Located within Osage Hills State Park (one of Oklahoma’s seven original State Parks), Flower Moon will offer distances of 4, 13.1, 26.2, and 50 (52ish) miles. Yes, the 50 mile is a bit long, but that buckle should make it worth that extra effort.

Atmosphere

This race will be a bit different from most trail runs as runners of the varying distances should finish at similar times. With staggered starting times, all the runs are scheduled for the average finisher to complete the run around 6PM. This will allow us to all eat Fry Bread Tacos together and visit/party after the race.

Outlaw Trail Series

Complete all 6 trail runs in the Outlaw Trail Series (Outlaw, Lake McMurtry, Greater Roadrunner Trail Run, Flower Moon, Dark and Dirty, and Thunderbird) in the calendar year 2024 and receive a cool plaque to recognize your achievement. Distance is not a factor (in other words, you can run the 5K or the 135mile). Virtual options do exist that allow runners to complete the series even if they are unable to attend an event in person. An Oklahoma-shaped plaque with hooks to hang the medals will make a nice Christmas arrival next year.

Course Description

The run features a great single-track course with some technical areas, but it is also very runnable. Located completely within Osage Hills State Park, which offers 1,100 acres, this is a beautiful run through the woods with gorgeous scenery around the lake and the old CCC camp. The half marathon has about 1,100 feet of gain, running it twice for the marathon and four times for the fifty-mile.

Virtual Run

Unable to attend and still want to participate? Virtual options do exist that allow runners to obtain a coveted medal or complete the series even if they are unable to attend an event in person. We realize that other life obligations come up.

Schedule of Events

Packet pick up will start at 5 am the day of the race at the dinning hall at the Start/Finish.

50 Mile start 6AM

Marathon start 12 noon

Half marathon start 2PM

4 mile start at 4pm/>
The cutoff for all distances is 12 Midnight

Photography

Pictures will be available free with your registration!!

Discounts/Benefits

Military Discount
If you are currently active duty Military or a Veteran, we'd like to give our thanks by extending a 10% discount for your entry fee. Please message us at Outlaw 100 for the coupon code.

Child Discount (In person only)
Outlaw events are meant to be for family and friends. As such, any parent entry will entitle one child (15 yo and under) to a free entry of same or lesser distance. We understand that registering all the kids gets expensive so here is a chance for the kids to get a medal and T-shirt and to be active and healthy as a family. Please message us at Outlaw 100 for the coupon code.

Volunteer Benefits
Along with a T-shirt and the normal fun of volunteering, we would like to do more. It takes a community to put on quality races, but volunteers also need to be appreciated. The program will be as follows: Shifts are in 4- 8 hour increments and you must sign up. If you volunteer for one shift at any of our races you will get 25% off registration for any of our future races. Distance is not a factor. So 4 shifts will be a free race.

Dropdowns/DNFs?DQs

Runners starting a race but not finishing the intended distance will be listed as a DNF at the bottom of the results for their registered distance. Runners may not be “dropped down” to a shorter distance once they start a race, and will not appear as finishers of the shorter distance. This ensures a fair event where runners know their competition and cannot be lowered in place by a runner dropping down in distance. Runners may switch distances before the start of their race and will be eligible as a finisher in that event

DNF: Runners starting a race but not finishing the intended distance, in the intended order as marked, and under the official cutoffs,will be listed as a DNF at the bottom of the results for their registered distance.

DQ: Runners must complete the course in its intended order, as marked by race officials. Any deviation from or cutting of the course may result in a timing penalty or even disqualification. Additionally, runners who are found to be excessively rude to race personnel, volunteers, or others may also be considered for disqualification. We believe in fostering a respectful and supportive race environment, and these rules are in place to uphold that.

Dropdowns: Runners may not be “dropped down” to a shorter distance once they have started a race and will not appear as finishers of the shorter distance. Runners may switch distances before the start of their race and will be eligible as a finisher in the updated race distance.

Camping/Lodging/Travel

Camping is available on site. Bartlesville offers a variety of hotel options. The Tulsa International Airport is the closest airport.

Deferal / Transfer Credit (to a different race)

If you can no longer run the event you registered for, we offer the below-sliding scale prior to the originally schedule race date for receiving credit to a different Outlaw event. We do not offer refunds, deferrals, or transfers - only future race credit. The credit will only be useable by the original registered participant and only for Outlaw events. Unless otherwise stated, credits will be valid for two years from the original event date. Credit will be the amount paid minus taxes and fees. Transfers are a one-time opportunity. You cannot re-transfer a previously transferred race. Once credits have been issued, they are gone. This includes any credits used from volunteering, race credits, previous credits, or credits transferred. The submission date will be used to calculate the credit amount.



90-days out (or more): 100% credit

30-89 days out: 75% credit

Less than 30 days: No credit

Miscellaneous

Medical Risks
Each runner is responsible or their own actions. It is crucial that you are physically and mentally prepared for the stresses of the race. We will utilize the local EMS services in case of a medical emergency. It is important for the runner to recognize the potential physical and mental stresses that may evolve from participation in this race. Each participant must continuously monitor his/herself and understand their limitations. Remember that you are responsible for your own well-being during this race.

Race Rules For Runners
1 Absolutely no littering!
2. You may not stash supplies along the course.
3. Any runner dropping out shall immediately notify the nearest aid station or race management at the start/finish area.
4. Runners accepting a ride for any reason are deemed out of the race and may not re-enter.
5. All runners will abide by the directions of race management.
6. Violations of any rule will be grounds for disqualification. Race Management reserves the right to bar any runner from competing in this and any future Outlaw races.
7. In the case of a tie, runners will be placed alphabetically.
8. All animals must be leashed at all times.
9. Decisions of Race Management are final.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are trekking poles allowed?
Yes.

Are dogs allowed?
Yes, all dogs must be on a leash.

Do I have to run?
No, in fact many people walk or hike the entire race no matter the distance. You do not have to be fast to participate.

Please visit our website for further details www.outlaw100.com or contact us at Outlaw 100 on messenger. Also check out our facebook page Outlaw 100 for race updates and please “like” our page.

Event's current local time: 4:24 PM CT

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