They say you can pick your race, but you can’t pick your weather. Well, this year’s race was held in the middle of Hurricane Florence’s visit to the Triad. For the good part of 12 hours, runners pushed themselves through rain, wind, and muck. It was great to have each and every one of you out on the farm. It was truly an inspiring day for all of us. And, for those of you who couldn’t make it, Eddie Wooten of the Greensboro News and Record captured the spirit of the race in a short little vid he put together for the N&R Running Shorts blog. Check it out!
The pant and hat orders go in today so if you’re hoping to don some sweet Doggettville 12 gear you need to get registered by 11:59PM tonight (9/5). If you have questions let me know. If you need to find out more about your registration options visit the registration page or click the big blue button below to register!
BTW, this year’s pants are red.
Great news! Starting this Friday (7/21) at 12:01 AM until Sunday (7/23) at 11:59 PM the cost of registration will drop to $85 for individual runners and $65 for relay participants.
These prices won’t last so be sure to take advantage of ’em and get registered!
Find out more about your registration options by visiting the registration page or click the big blue button below to skip all that jazz and register!
As we near race day a couple of time-sensitive reminders:
I’m ordering race pants on Saturday, September 3. To ensure you get a pair of sweet Doggettville pants get yourself registered by Friday, September 2.
I will open the race course for 2 hours on Saturday, September 3 from 7AM – 9AM. If you want to check ’em out that is your only pre-race opportunity. Please note, the trails are not 100% ready but they are runable.
One mile relatively flat loop