DECEMBER 3-4, 2022BRAZOS BEND STATE PARK
We are thrilled and honored to announce that starting this year in 2021 the Brazos Bend 100 (100 mile distance) will be a Western States 100 Qualifying Race . By completing the race in under the 30 hours you gain a ticket into the raffle to run the oldest and most prestigious 100 mile race in the world.
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE 26.2, 50M AND 100M RACES ARE UTMB QUALIFIERS!
2019 PATRICK REAGAN FASTEST 100M ON A REAL TRAIL 12:21:432019 CALUM NEFF FASTEST 50K ON TRAIL IN THE YEA
MARATHON starts at 8:00AM
The pre-race briefing and Packet pickup -TBD based on COVID-19 restrictions. We will communicate the specifics 30 days prior to the race based on the County guidlines. DROP BAGS need to be dropped off Race morning 15 minutes before your scheduled start time.
As always, Mile 90 will be capturing the beauty of the race day with their breathtaking pictures. Please visit their website www.mile90.com for the last several years of the Hawk Hundred pictures.
All distances 100 / 50 / 26.2 are chipped timed by Timer Guys and live updates will be available on race day.
The Superior 100 Mile Trail Race was founded in 1991 and is one of ten original 100 mile trail races in the United States – Western States (’74), Old Dominion (’79), Wasatch (’80), Leadville (’83), Angeles Crest (’86), Vermont (’89), Mohican (’90), Arkansas Traveller (’91) and Superior (’91) – currently there are about 200 one hundred mile races held each year in the US alone. Superior quickly earned it’s reputation of its namesake today – Rugged, Relentless and Remote and is known as one of the tougher 100 mile trail races in the country. Superior lives on now as one of the “legacy 100 milers” and is considered by many to be one of the most challenging, prestigious and beautiful 100 mile trail races in the country. Shortly after the inception of the 100, the Superior 50 was started a
One of the top trail 50 Mile Ultra, Marathon and Half Marathon’s in the country. Runners from 30+ states run each year in beautiful Northern Michigan.
You signed up to do this, what were ya thinkin’? Seriously, I’m proud of ya already! You are the the non wimps, those towin’ the line at DWD DEVIL’S LAKE!
We’ve been a polishin’ the course up and y’all is in for a dandy good time! Course info is up on the web site now. It might not make much sense to ya but not to worry, when we say go, just follow ribbons till ya finish!
2:30 PM – 7:30 PM we’ll be serving up fine local fare! So, you 10K, half marathon, marathon and fast 50K folks can finish, go freshen’ up, then join us for post race food and fun. 50 milers will finish right into the party!
Marathon: 7am Start time
The Marathon runs along the paved Lovell Canyon Road for roughly 11 miles twisting and turning covering rolling and gradually uphill terrain. At mile 11 marathoners will turn around and run 2.1 miles out and back along the same paved road, before returning to this same aid station. You will turn around again and return the 11 paved miles back to the finish line. The course is very easy to follow and will be well marked. 8 hour time cut
smaller communities that benefit economically from bringing in runners from around the country.
Jackpot Ultra Running FestivalFeb 18-21, 2022 - Friday to Monday100 - 500 participantsHenderson, NevadaTrail50miUltra
Bet Big, Run Long. Choose from races distances of 12hr, 24hr, 48hr, 50-mile, 100-mile. The Annual Jackpot Ultra Running Festival takes place on Presidents’ Weekend at one of Southern Nevada’s newest and largest amenity-filled park.
Cornerstone Park is nestled among desert landscape and is anchored by a 31 acre bird sanctuary lake. The regular certified Jackpot course consists of a 2.5 mile loop with 80 feet of gentle elevation ascend/descend per loop (4,000 feet for the 100 mile race). At an elevation of 1,900 feet and average mid-February high/low temperature of 61/45, the Jackpot course is extremely fast.
Running on a course that is 45% groomed crushed gravel trails, 45% wide asphalt paths, 5% grass and just 5% bridge an
We DO NOT have cups at the aid stations for water. We do our best to limit the footprint we leave at races and on the trails, so we will not have any cups for you. We encourage all of our runners to have reusable cups, bottles, and hydration packs to carry water in a bottle.
Welcome to year 11 of the DPR Trail
Half-Marathon, Marathon and 50 Mile Ultra Marathon along the beautiful and fast Des Plaines River Trail in Lake County, Illinois. This is a truly special running course. The DPR Trail is a wide, crushed gravel track, free of roots and rocks, and very flat. All of the major road crossings are managed by way of bridges or viaducts (with only 4 minor road crossings along the whole 50 Mile course, 2 on the Marathon course, and none for the Half-Marathon course). This is a great track through alternating lush forests and open wetlands. With cool temperatures expected, and given the flat terrain and ideal running surface, you’ll find these to be extremely fast courses. The Marathon is a Boston Qualifier! Come out and join us for a great run!