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AS OF 2-20-14 THE 50K INDIVIDUAL RACE IS SOLD OUT. WE WILL ACCEPT ANY APPLICATIONS THAT ARE POSTMARKED
2-20-14 OR EARLIER. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY APPLICATIONS THAT ARE MAILED OR SENT VIA COURIER
(I.E. UPS, FEDEX, PRIOIRTY MAIL, ETC.) THAT ARE DATED LATER THAN 2-20-14.
WE WILL KEEP A SMALL WAITING LIST. IF SLOTS BECOME AVAILABLE, WE WILL NOTIFY THE NEXT PERSON ON THE WAITING LIST. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ON THE WAITING LIST, PLEASE SEND ME A NOTE, OR E-MAIL INDICATING THAT YOU WOULD LIKE INCLUDED. THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE RACE, SORRY THAT WE HAD TO LIMIT THE NUMBER OF ENTRIES. WE WILL SEE ALL OF YOU THAT ARE REGISTERED IN JUNE.
Prior to 2013 there was no field limit on the race. Due to the increased interest, we now have to limit the race to a maximum of 100 entrants. Once the limit of 100 entrants is reached, registration will close and no additional entries will be accepted.
Once an application is accepted, there will be no refunds, deferrals or transfers for any reason.
The 50k race has a ten (10) hour time limit for completion, with a time cut-off of six (6) hours at the mile 19 aid station. Runners will be required to be out of the mile 19 aid station within six (6) hours in order to be allowed to continue in the race.
The ninth annual 50 kilometer race will begin at 7:30 a.m. on June 14th, 2014. The start line is on Garret Rd. in Ohiopyle, PA near the start of the 70.5 mile race. The course will follow the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail, terminating at the Trailhead near Route 31. This is a point-to-point race. We will have bus transportation available prior to the race. The bus will pick up runners near the 50K finish area and transport them to the start line, before the race. There will be no transportation after the race. Since it is a point-to-point race, runners are welcome to bring a crew. There are designated parking areas at each of the checkpoint/aid stations, which must be utilized. The Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail is a state park, and we are fortunate to receive a permit to run the race. Failure to use the designated parking areas could result in a revocation of our race permit.
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