Registration will open on November 25th 2017 and will have 100 places, filled on a first come, first served basis. There will be no wait list in operation, once the initial places are taken.
Entry fee is 42,19 EUR.
Cancellations will be accepted till May 31th with a refund of 50% of your entry fee. Transferring your registration to another runner is possible till June 15th with an administration fee of 5€ (and under the assumption that Legends Trails doesn’t handle the financial transaction between runners).
Registration will close on June 15th. No registrations will be accepted during the race weekend.
WHAT YOU GET
- Race number
- Checkpoints with food and drinks
- Hot meal during the race
- Post-race barbecue
- Support from Medical Teams
- Showers and Toilets at the Start/Finish Location
- Our presence
As the Another One Bites the Dust should be open for anybody with a good condition and strong willpower, we do do not ask for a qualification race. We want the Another One Bites the Dust to be accessible both for those experienced in running long distance races as for those that are looking for that ‘once in a lifetime’ adventure.
But we also want the race to last as long as possible. For this reason we have 100 places available in total from which a minimal of 50 places is reserved for those that have done at least a 100 km before to ensure the race will last long enough …
START/ FINISH LOCATION
Race HQ and Finish is in Wever (Attenrode-Wever), Belgium.
You can park close to the start.
There is a field at the startlocation to pitch your tent.
20:00 Start lap 1
21:00 Start lap 2
FOOD and DRINKS
Each participant is invited for the BBQ after DNF’ing, also the one winner can join afterwards.
Will be made available later but is 5.959km long.
You have to be at the start of the new lap each hour. Otherwise you DNF.
A trophy for the finisher. A DNF/participation medal for all people who finished 100 miles
Start and finish location of each loop is at the same time also the checkpoint.
Showers are available at the finish location.
The course is marked.
No pacers or mules are allowed.
No outside support from friends or family or any other support crew is allowed.
There will be a dedicated team of race medics available throughout the duration of the weekend. If you suffer an injury or accident that warrants direct medical attention, the medics will be on hand to provide you with exactly that. Contact numbers and full details of what to do in an emergency will be given to you in the pre race information packs and again at race registration. Due to the nature of the course ie. some off road, the medics may take some time to reach you, or potentially be out of contact tending to other runners. In those instances you should contact the emergency services on 112. If you are injured but able to walk, please make your way to the nearest aid station where there will either be a medic, or an aid station captain will immediately get in touch with medical care should you require it/ arrange for transport out. If you suffer a severe injury or encounter someone in serious difficulty please call both 112 for emergency ambulance services and the course medics.
Legends Trails and all its volunteers are fully insured during the complete period of the race.
As a participant however, please ensure you have correct insurance, especially needed if lengthy and/or costly evacuations of the course would be required, things might become very expensive otherwise.