double chubb

2017 Race will be held on Saturday April 15

In 2017 we are going back to open registration.

Registration will open January 2, 2016 at 12:00PM on Ultrasignup.com

 

Fee – $80 for the 50K and $65 for the 25K.

When – Saturday, April 15, 2017 – 7:30 AM Start

Where – Chubb Trail – West Tyson

Distances – 25k and 50k

Surface – mostly single track and a little pavement

Time Limits- 9 hours for both

 

Current Course Records

50K

Open (2010) Ben Creehan (34) MO 03:37:15

Master (2009) David Pokorny (41) MO 03:51:07

Senior (2013) Joel Lammers (50) WI 4:05:57

Grand Master (2012) Gary Fuerst (60) MO 5:12:26

Golden Master (2012) Tom Reich (71) MO 06:59:09

Open Female (2012) Christine Crawford (42) WI 04:28:58

Master Female (2012) Christine Crawford (42) MO 04:28:58

Senior Female  (2011) Carol Izadi (51) 07:07:54

 

25K

Open (2009) Andy Koziatek (27) MO 01:43:13

Master (2010) Scott Fader (41) IL 01:49:52

Senior (2011) Robert Fuerst (50) MO 01:58:43

Grand Master (2015) Dan  Kuhlman (61) MO 02:06:16

Golden Master (2010) George Powell (70)MO 02:50:14

Open Female (2009) Mary White (41) MO 02:07:42

Master (2009) (2009) Mary White (41) MO 02:07:42

Senior Female (2014) Teresa Telford (55) MO 2:58:33

Grand Master Female (2009) Joyce Yarger (65) IL 05:07:01

 

Details

Location:

West Tyson County Park 131 N. Outer Rd East, Eureka, Missouri 63025 from I- 270, take I-44 west for 7 miles to the Lewis Road exit. At the Lewis Road exit, make a right turn (north). The park entrance is on your right immediately after the exit. Start area is the near the entry gate to the park.

 

Course:

The 50K run is two out-and-backs on the popular Chubb trail. The trail itself varies from a gravel service road, to a mostly dirt trail along the Meramec river, to a mile-long series of climbs, to finally a rolling trail that winds through the hills of the Meramec River. There are no stream crossings. If the Meramec River is well above flood stage then the race will be rerouted. There are two railroad crossings and extreme caution must be taken because the trains come through this area at a high rate of speed. Runners may see deer, turkey and other wildlife throughout this trail run.

All entrants will receive a tee-shirt or other cool schwag. Belt Buckles for the 50K finishers, medals to 25K. Age group awards 18-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+

 

Refunds – None

 

Waitlist – we do not run a wait list for this event. We overbook up front just like an airline does knowing that there will be runners that will be unable to make it for various reasons. Bib Transfers: Bib Transfers are not allowed. If for some reason you are unable to run no one else can run with your bib #. We have already overbooked the race so your bib # is really not keeping someone else from running.

 

Additional Details -

 

Toilets: There will be a portable toilet at the turnaround, middle aid station and a county park restroom with showers at the Start / Finish

 

Aid Stations: Aid stations will be approximately every 4 miles. Runners will be provided with an adequate supply of Gatorade, water, pretzels, bananas, potato chips, cookies and boiled potato’s.

 

Weather: Race day conditions are: average high temperature is 65 F and average low temperature is 45 F, extremes are 93F and 26F.

 

Lodging: Pear Tree Inn (636) 343-8820 @I-44/Bowles Ave. or (800)325-0720 Drury Inn (636) 343-7822 @ I-44/ Bowles Ave. Holiday Inn Express (636) 349-4444 848 Bowles Ave. All of the above lodging is located off of the Bowles Ave. exit in Fenton Missouri. This is two exits east of the race location exit (approximately 7 miles). There are several restaurants at this exit: Cracker Barrel, Denny’s White Castle, Sonic and McDonalds.

 

Information: Contact John Sheppard email: shepponis@gmail.com

 

*Running with a bib number that is not assigned to you will get you removed from future SLUG events.*

Volunteer: Volunteers are always welcome! We can always use more volunteers. Please contact the Race Director at shepponis@gmail.com if you would like to volunteer.

 

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