Crewing is providing on-course support for a runner during a race at designated, crew-allowed aid stations. As a crew member, you become a first-aid provider, counselor, cook, motivational speaker, and pedicurist for a person who is exhausted, dirty, smelly, dehydrated, hungry, sleepy, blistered, and sunburned. Sounds fun, right?
Crewing is allowed for the 50K/100K at the Timber Ridge Aid Station ONLY (mile 15.5 of each 25K Loop).
- There will be a designated section where crew members can setup shop. Crewing is not allowed outside of this zone and will results in a DNF for the runner if caught doing so.
- Pacers are allowed but ONLY for the 4th loop of the 100K (miles 46.5-62) and must follow all rules of the race.
- Pacers are not allowed to carry support for participants and must only PACE. All support must be in the Crew Zone at the Timber Ridge Aid Station.