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Beaudry Lemming Loop – October 3&4 2014

*Note: Due to the high water levels of the Assiniboine River this summer, Beaudry Park is not going to be the venue this year. The new location for 2014 will be the Living Prairie Museum on Ness avenue in the west end of Winnipeg. More updates coming shortly on this.

Friday October 3rd 2014 will be the start of the fifth running of the Beaudry Lemming Loop where you will compete against the clock to see how far you can go in the time limit. The 24 hour event starts Friday afternoon. The 3/6/12 hour races will start Saturday morning. In 2009, Janet Findlay set the bar really high, three trail marathons in 12 hours; anyone willing to try and beat that? Then in 2010, Sue Lucas set a Canadian record for her age group in the 12 hour while taking the overall victory as well.

Race Format:

The Lemming Loop can be entered as either a solo runner or in relay teams of 2, 3 or 4 runners/walkers. If you are interested in participating in a relay event, but need to find a team, e-mail us and we’ll play matchmaker.

Location:

For 2014, the location will be the Living Prairie Museum at 2795 Ness Ave in Winnipeg. We will have indoor facilities available to us, including washrooms.

The Beaudry Lemming Loop will be held at Beudry Provincial Park, west of Winnipeg on Roblin Boulevard (see this map for directions). Please note that a valid Provincial park pass is required to enter the park. There are primitive washroom facilities on site, which will be augmented by port-a-potties. We will have tents set up for weather protection and if needed, they will be heated.

Race Times:

The four events all have different start times as follows:

  • 24 Hour – 5pm on Friday 3 October
  • 12 Hour – 6am on Saturday 4 October
  • 6 Hour – 9am on Saturday 4 October
  • 3 Hour – 11 am on Saturday 4 October

NOTE: The 12 hour racers will most likely want a headlamp/flashlight for the the first 60 – 90 minutes. Of course, the 24 hour will have about 12 hours of darkness starting at about 7:30pm.

Register:

Register as a Solo Runner  or Register a Relay Team

See who is registered on the roster page.

To pay by cheque, fill in the on-line form and choose the ‘Pay by Cheque’ option.

The Loop:

The loop at the Living Prairie Museum is 1.64 miles around (official measuring to occur before race day). It is mostly single track with about 15% mowed double track and about 80 metres of asphalt.

Kit Pick Up:

Kit pick up and in person registration for the Lemming Loop will be held  at the race site Friday afternoon starting at 3:00pm. Registration and kit pick up for each event will close 30 minutes before the start of that event (ie. 5:30 am for the 12 hour, 8:30 for the 6 hour and 9:30 for the three hour).

Race Day:

In addition to the typical aid station fare you would find at an ultra (think carby smorg in the forest!) we will have a great BBQ to fill you up when your race is over.

Aid Stations:

The main aid station will be at the start/finish area and will be well stocked with water, sports drink and a variety of more solid nutrition options typical of an ultramarathon event. There will be a secondary water only station at approximately half way around the loop. There will be a variety of hot foods available overnight for the 24 hour race as well; requests are welcome!

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