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Run Fool

Sat March 28, 2020 Newport, OR 97365 US Directions


6-12 Hour Relay

8:00AM PDT - 8:00PM PDT


PO Box 2025
Newport, OR US 97365


The Run Fool is a 2, 4 & 6-person team relay on the DDLM Endurance Run course. It'll be held every year the weekend prior to April Fool's Day or same day as April Fool's day if it falls on a Saturday. Our first go is scheduled for March 28, 2020.

The course:
Figure 8 course made up of two loops. First loop is 1.05 miles and second loop is 1.55 miles.

We'll run by time not distance. Time we will run will be determined right before the gun goes off. Your team should come prepared to run anywhere from 6-12 hours.

We'll put times in a hat starting with 6 hours and increments of 15 minutes - 6:00, 6:15, 6:30, 6:45....11:45 & 12:00. We'll draw one time and that's the time we'll run!

No one but me will know the time drawn. We run until the clock stops. You or your teammate is meters from completing a loop and clock stops....that loop won't count toward your final distance!

2-person, 4-persons or 6-person teams only

Don't replace your teammate mid-race - that's it.

Teammates do not have to keep any running sequence and don't have exchange after every loop. If you feel like running multiple loops before you exchange, you may do so. You're in a 2-person team and you want to do 75% of the running, you may do so.


There'll only be one team crowned as the FOOL! 2-person team competes with 4 & 6-person teams. You think your 2-person team is fast enough to beat the 6-person team, go for it!

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