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Overall Rating (2 Reviews)
5
(2 Ratings)(2 Reviews)
DIFFICULTY
5
SCENERY
5
PRODUCTION
5
SWAG
5
Held at Wooster Memorial Park in March, you will experience all this park has to offer in a 7.75 mile loop. There are 3 different chip timed events happening and registration is only good for the first 200 people for all events combined – a 50k, 25k and 12.5k. The … MORE
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    Lorelei REPEAT RUNNER '18

    The scenery is absolutely beautiful. The course is challenging: hills, creek-crossings, mud, snow. While this is a trail championship, it is a great course for runners of all levels. The … MORE

    The scenery is absolutely beautiful. The course is challenging: hills, creek-crossings, mud, snow. While this is a trail championship, it is a great course for runners of all levels.

    The organization is fantastic, seriously top-notch. They really take care of you. Lots of great food and beverage. The swag included a hoodie, a knit beanie, and a medal. Since I ran this race from the very beginning (last year-lol), I was given a hoodie with “Founder” on it.

    The friendships and comraderie are really what makes this race even more special. Even if you knew no one coming in, you’ll have lots of friends walking out. The energy and support is fantastic.

    The course is a 7.75 mile loop with a big aid station at the start and a small water stop in the middle. It is cup-free so you have to have a hydration system.

    The proceeds benefit the Wooster Park system. The great thing about running it every year is that you get to see your money in action.

    DIFFICULTY
    5
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    5
    SWAG
    5
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    Lorelei FIRST-TIMER '17

    This is all on trail and it's very hilly. The elevation chart they gave us said to expect about 2000' elevation gain for the 25K. My watch said it was … MORE

    This is all on trail and it’s very hilly. The elevation chart they gave us said to expect about 2000′ elevation gain for the 25K. My watch said it was a little less. It is a 7.75 mile loop with 8 water crossings each time you did the loop. That meant 16 water crossings for the 25K. It was also 20 degrees which meant the wet pant legs froze, water that splashed onto my jacket froze, guys with beards had icicle faces, and hydration backpacks are useless (though the bottles were fine). Much of the course was single-track, but there were plenty of places where it widened out. The single-track ridges had incredible views. There was one water-only stop on the lap, but it was to refill your hydration kit as this was a no-cups race.

    The post-food choices were outstanding. Hot noodles and pulled pork, if you wanted something substantial. Chips, cookies, candies etc for snacking. Lots of good beverage choices. This was in a park, though, so no beer. That was okay by me.

    The race director and all the staff and volunteers are super friendly, helpful, contagiously funny.

    The swag was awesome. It included a thick and warm hoodie with the fierce growling Red Bull that is their logo on the front. I didn’t even know bulls growled. Hooda thunk? And the medal with the same growling bull was good quality and worthy of showing off.

    I did not finish as well as I wanted because I am nursing a shin splint. But even a seasoned athlete will find this challenging. LOVED IT! I WILL BE BACK!

    DIFFICULTY
    5
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    5
    SWAG
    5
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