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June is the month of Western States (Statemas) and we are excited to bring you a virtual event to celebrate it. You can run up to 100.2 miles in the month of June to complete this challenge. You can do it in a single run, or break it up in as many run/walk as you need.
The idea of allowing people to have the whole month of June to complete it is so we can allow everyone to join in, not only runners that can run 100 miles in a single day, but everyone in your family too. Sign up children, teenagers, and everyone at home.
Because we know that not everyone is physically able to complete 100 miles, we have some cool medal awards within this challenge.
Medals will be handed to every registered runner that complete at least 30.3 or 62 miles, and buckles will be given to ALL runners that complete the full 100.2 miles in June.
30.3 miles = Robinson Flat Medal
62 miles = Foresthill Medal
100.2 miles = 100 miles to Auburn wood buckle.
Awards will only be given to those that complete the full 100.2 miles. There are no categories for runners that only make partial distance of the full challenge. Runners who achieved at least 30.3 or 62 miles will receive a medal with the corresponding distance.
Given the popularity of the event we are adding a few award categories. Awards will not be announced until July 1st since runners can still register while the event is happening during the month of June and submit a faster time than one already posted.
See below for the new added categories:
The fastest accumulative time - Break the full 100.2 mile distance in as many runs as you want. This award will be given to the Male and Female that has the fastest 100.2 mile in accumulative time.
The fastest 100 mile in one single run - This award will be given to the fastest Male and Female runner to complete 100.2 mile in a single run, that means that your gps cannot be stopped from begging to the end. We will only count the total time of your gps run, so if you ran 127 miles in 22 hrs, we are counting the 22 hrs as your total time. If you want to run 127 miles, stop your watch at 100.2 > save your run > start a new run.
Youngster Award - Given to the Youngest Male and Female to complete the full 100.2 miles.
Wisest Award - Given to the Oldest Male and Female to complete the full 100.2 miles.
The most Creative run - Maybe you build yourself a hamster wheel and measure the distance of the wheel and can add a wheel counter to know when you get to the 100 miles, or perhaps you run 100 miles inside a grocery store during business hours, or maybe, just maybe, you decide to run 100 miles while wearing a Ninja suit and running backwards (The last one has been completed separately, but not both things combined. By the same runner, indoors, on a treadmill! Yikes! Good Job Michael).... Be creative. Submit your creative run via email, or tag us on Instagram #100milestoauburncreativerun
Age groups (Male & Female): 1-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+
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