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Friday, September 13, 2019
Limited to 350 entrants – Hares and Tortoises
Tortoises: 8:00 AM start (36 hr cutoff/8 PM)
Hares: Noon start (30 hr cutoff/6 PM)
13th Annual Run Rabbit Run 50 Mile Race
Saturday, September 14, 2019
6:00 AM start
Limited to 200 entrants.
(15 hour cutoff/9 PM).
2019 Entry List
Registration Information - OUR RACES ARE NOW FULL! THANKS EVERYONE! WE'VE STARTED WAITLISTS.
Race entry fees are:
100 Miler: $240, before January 5, 2019;
$305, Jan. 5 to April 29, 2018; $345 April 30 and after.
50 Miler: $135, before January 5, 2019;
$175, Jan. 5 to April 29; $205 April 30 and after.
No refunds or transfers. We will offer a partial deferred entry into the 2020 race if you withdraw prior to September 7, 2019 and if your place is taken by someone from our waitlist. Please see the registration page for details.
If you have a credit for 2019, please see the registration page for details.2019 Results
Prize Money & Awards
Our Bunny Money Meter is now at $75,000 – $15,000 guaranteed for the 100 mile winners! We’re looking to go higher. Much higher! We offer the highest purse of any trail ultra marathon in the world!
Predict Top Male/Female Hare and Top Male/Female 50 Miler and win $500!
Look here for details.
- The 50 miler has a 15 hour time limit, so some runners should be prepared to run in the dark and you will need to carry a flashlight. The 100 miler has a 36 hour time limit (30 hours if you’re a Hare).
- You're a Hare if you are running for the 100 Mile prize money, can run without pacers and can finish in the 30 hour time limit. Otherwise you're a Tortoise.
- These are not beginner’s runs. The uphills and downhills are fairly steep. You'll spend a lot of time at an altitude of nearly two miles. There may be snow, rain, sleet, wind, or then again, it may be hot. Please do not try to run this course if you’re not completely prepared.
- The average high in Steamboat on September 13th is 70 degrees. The average low is 34. Temps will be lower at higher elevations. Sunrise is approximately 6:45 AM and sunset is 7:19 PM. Civil twilight begins 6:18 AM and ends at 7:47 PM. There will be a full moon September 13 (day of the 100 start)!
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