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Overall Rating (2 Reviews)
4
(2 Ratings)  (2 Reviews)
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The KUS 6/12/24 Hour Run course is a 400 meter track at Valley Center Intermediate School in Valley Center, KS. The track is located to the west/behind the school. Fast and flat! How many miles can you run? It’s up to you! The event will be chip-timed by the Timer … MORE
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    bioprofsd FIRST-TIMER '24

    For the first time, the KUS 6/12/24 Hour Run was moved to June 12, 2024 and was held on a rubberized track at the Valley Center Intermediate school. It was … MORE

    For the first time, the KUS 6/12/24 Hour Run was moved to June 12, 2024 and was held on a rubberized track at the Valley Center Intermediate school. It was a nice track with a track with a thick surface, but it can get hot in June. The Real Feel temperature rose to 98 degrees F by the afternoon with no shade and no clouds. This made for a PW (personal worst) time for my marathon split and for the 50K. You would think it would be a fast course, but I wasn’t prepared for the heat and humidity. Runners that finished at least 50K received a finisher’s award that consisted of a laser-engraved wooden oval laminated to a round piece of metal. We were also given a choice of two different traveler’s cup at check in.

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    bioprofsd FIRST-TIMER '22

    I thoroughly enjoyed my weekend at the KUS 6/12/24 hour run. The trails were wide, well-groomed, and fairly flat. It would be a good course to go for a distance … MORE

    I thoroughly enjoyed my weekend at the KUS 6/12/24 hour run. The trails were wide, well-groomed, and fairly flat. It would be a good course to go for a distance PR. The volunteers and race volunteers were very friendly and learned my name fairly quickly. The aid station was the best that I’ve seen all year, with at least six crock pots full of hot food and other real food available by request such as ham and cheese sandwiches. They also had a couple of different soups, quesidillas, and pancakes and bacon for breakfast. They also had pre-packaged danish and cookies. About half of the course was sheltered from the wind by trees, but the other half was open. Fortunately for me, the weather cooperated, although it was crisp and clear. The one main aid station was inside a large recreation complex, complete with tables and chairs where one could get out of the cold and rest. There was also a masseuse on hand the whole 24 hours of the race whose services were provided for free with a sign that said tips were appreciated. The race was chip timed and everyone who finished at least 31 miles received a heavy cast bronze belt buckle.

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    5
    SCENERY
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