New Site, New Features

Welcome to the new St. Louis Ultrarunners Group or more affectionately known SLUGs website!  We decided it was time to get some more features and content out to our members, potential member, and those coming to visit and run our race.  You’ll find some great information on the site for; our races, results, how to join, and here on the Making Tracks section.. whats going on with the group.  Everything from Fat Ass runs, trail maintenance, pictures from our races, and even some things that our members are doing outside of the area.

Check back as often as you’d like by visiting directly, subscribing to the RSS feed, and even following our twitter account.

Comments section is open so let us know what you think!

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14 Responses to “New Site, New Features”

  1. Julie Williamson says:

    Good morning,

    When can I register for next year’s Berryman marathon?
    I want to mark my calendar.

    Thank you!
    Julie

    • slugmin says:

      Hello Julie,

      We do not have an preregistration for the 2014 event. The 2014 registration will open on January 1st. It fills up fast but we will make sure the know time is set so you can be ready. In the past it has been noon but I cannot say for certain if we will do that same time again. We also have added another 50 this year on the Berryman trail in September which is the Mark Twain 50. It still has spots available. http://www.stlouisultrarunnersgroup.net/wp/?page_id=199 Thanks!

  2. Barb says:

    Who can I contact in regards to joining your group?

    • slugmin says:

      Hey Barb, thanks for contacting us. please see the “Want to Join?” link under our People section of the site navigation. You can sign up via active.com or mail in the PDF.

  3. Mike Gallagher says:

    Hey Slugmin, I must be looking in all the wrong places for the results for the Berryman 50. Can you point me in the right direction.

  4. Richard Hengst says:

    To whom concerned:

    Trying to join your organization but can’t find how to. Please let me know how. Your PDF and Active does not work.

    Thanks!

    Richard W. Hengst
    1309 Kenwood
    Cape Girardeau, MO. 63701
    cell: 573-450-2433
    Hm: 573-334-7442

    • slugmin says:

      Hello Richard. I have fixed the link for the PDF but could not find anything wrong with the Active.com link. When I check it, it went to the page on Active.com to pay dues. Either way, you should be able to use one of the ways on the site to join. Thanks for pointing it out and we look forward to having you as a member!

  5. Nicole says:

    Hi, I am trying to contact the director for the Flatlanders race on 1 Sept. but the link isn’t working, and I am having trouble finding a “contact us” link. I got injured (stress fracture in the hip) a couple months ago and I am needed to see if I can transfer my bib? If so, who do I contact and where do I get it done? I hate missing this but even if I am healed by then I wouldn’t be properly trained and don’t want to risk another injury right before Boston next year.
    Thank you,
    Nicole

    • slugmin says:

      Hey Nicole, thanks for pointing that out. The “contact us” tab has been updated with the RD’s information. I connected you to the Flatlanders RD’s over email. I hope you heal up quickly!

  6. Elliot says:

    Good morning, Is there a waiting list for the Berryman 26.2? I’m currently trying to fill in the 50 states and The Berryman looks like a lot of fun but I see that it is all booked. Do you have any charitable spots left?
    Thanks

    • slugmin says:

      hello, thanks for your question. You should email the race directors of the race. David and Victoria White can be contacted at

  7. Barb says:

    I’m going to be participating in the Berryman Marathon in May and the Mark Twain in September. I have a question about camping in the area. I understand that campsites are primitive. Is there a procedure for reserving a site? Thank you

    • slugmin says:

      Barb,

      Primitive camping is available for both races at no charge. There is not a procedure to reserve a spot. First come first serve. There is usually plenty of space to go around.

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