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12 Hour Last Man Standing: How it Works

Participants run the 4.167 loop, starting on the hour every hour, at 7 am. Time between finishing one lap and the beginning of the next can be used to rest, eat, etc. Runners must be present at the start to begin each lap at the top of the hour and will not be allowed to start any lap late. Unlike a traditional backyard ultra, this race will only go on for twelve hours, meaning there may be several winners. 

Leashed dogs are allowed and strollers are allowed. Scooters and bikes are not allowed.

Course cutoff times - the race crew and timer will remain until all participants are done. If you drop out of the race, you must notify 
Race Director Mandy at 970-213-7258

Aid Stations on the course will have water and water cups. Some aid stations will have Hoist electrolyte drinks and basic runner nutrition including gels, gummies, bananas, watermelon, etc. See the Event Maps section for more details. Most Aid Stations will also have a portable toilet at the location or nearby.

Races are all chip timed. You'll receive a text message after you finish with your results. Results will also be posted on the official race website within 24 hours of the race. 

Overall top finisher awards are given based on Gun Time. Age Group awards are given based on Chip Timing. 

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