Rosaryville Veteran's Day 50k
Nov 9 2013
Upper Marlboro MD
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Rosaryville Veteran’s Day 50K
Our 4th year!
When & Where:
Saturday, November 9th, 2013, 8:00 a.m.
Rosaryville State Park
(West Marlton Avenue entrance, off of Rt. 301)
7805 West Marlton Ave.
Upper Marlboro MD 20772
The course is basically three loops around the 9.8-mile perimeter trail. The perimeter trail has two aid stations about 4 1/2 miles apart, with a porta-pot at each aid station. There will be a bag drop at the first aid station. We will transport bags from the Start to the bag drop site when the race begins and return them to the pavillion after the race--or you can pick up your bag as you leave the park.
The course is mostly in deep woods, though there is some running in meadow also. The trail is largely single track, but not very technical. The Start (also the Finish) is at the Pavilion picnic area about three quarters of a mile from where the runners enter the single-track perimeter trail.
Time limit: 8 hours.
Registration will close when 200 participants are reached.
Available online through Wednesday, November 6th at 11:59pm.
Available via mail-in application through October 29th. (no confirmation will be sent)
Available race day (if capacity not reached) from 6:30am - 7:30am.
$25 for Striders
$30 for non-Striders
$40 for all runners on race day.
Male/Female: Overall, Masters, Military, 10-year Age groups.
Hats for all finishers.
For more information or to volunteer, please contact the race directors:
Tom DeKornfeld email@example.com (410) 562-4489
Richard Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org (410) 693-3543
From Baltimore: (Travel time approx. 1 hour.)
Take Route 97 to Route 3 south. Route 3 will cross Route 50 and become Route 301 south. Follow Route 301 to Upper Marlboro. The State Park is located approximately 4 miles south of Upper Marlboro. The park entrance is on the right.
From the Washington Beltway I-495/95: (Travel time approx. 1/2 hour.)
Take exit #11, Route 4 East. Follow Route 4 to Upper Marlboro. Exit on Route 301 south for approximately 4 miles. The park entrance is on the right.