Dupont Endurance Challenge
18-21 Oct 2018
Start at Sellers Park, Dupont, WA.
Finish as many laps as you can in one of the races:
72 Hour ($280) - starting at noon on 18 Oct 2018
72 Hour Relay 4 Member ($320) - 6 hour a runner, up to 4 members
72 Hour Relay 2 Member ($320) - 6 hour a runner for 2 member team
48 Hour ($195) - starting at noon on 18 Oct 2018
48 Hour ($195) - starting at noon on 19 Oct 2018
24 Hour ($100) - Starting at noon on 18 Oct 2018
24 Hour ($100) - Starting at noon on 19 Oct 2018
24 Hour ($100) - Starting at noon on 20 Oct 2018
The DuPont Endurance Challenge is a multi-day event with a 24, 48, and 72 hour option, as well as a 2 and 4 person rely to challenge the athlete and see how far they're willing to go. During the event you will have opportunity to run, or walk, eat and sleep through some of DuPont's beautiful parks.
There is more information located on the event's website, such as race start times, course description, pacing, and crew support.
Race entries will be nontransferable and nonrefundable. For exceptions to this policy please contact the race director.
There will be 2 and 4 person relay in which a runner will tag in every six hours. In order to be eligible for the award for this event someone has to make the starting time within 15 minutes of their time and tag off with their teammate every six hours.
On course support.
During the race there will be an aid station that will be open 24 hours a day at Sellers Park. The aid station will be stocked with food at all times during the event there will be four meals starting at 9 o'clock to 10 for breakfast, 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock for lunch, 7 o'clock to 8 o'clock for dinner, and an early morning meal which will start at 1 o'clock to o'clock. There will also be a warming tent as well as first-aid staff.
Location of the event
The start area of the DuPont Endurance Challenge will be at Sellers Park, Dupont, Washington. The race will be run on a trail that is 2.25 miles per loop. The trail is mostly dirt (85%) with a few sections of asphalt (15%). The elevation gain per lap is approximately 65 feet, and the course is gently rolling. The race is located in the city of Dupont and I've designed the race such that you would never know you're in the middle of the city.