Salem Lakeshore Frosty Fifty 50k, 25k, and 50k Relay

City Winston-Salem
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date
21.01.2023  !
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Salem Lakeshore Frosty Fifty 50k, 25k, and 50k Relay: race description

Note: due to inclement weather in Winston-Salem on January 6-7, the Frosty Fifty has been rescheduled for January 21. Registration has been reopened until January 18 at 6:00 PM.  Please note that if you sign up, you are not guaranteed a t-shirt and will probably not receive one. Packet pickup will be held on January 20 from 4:00-7:00 PM at Fleet Feet in Winston Salem.

A well-supported 50k, 25k, or 50k relay around beautiful Salem Lake in the outskirts of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  The course begins and ends at the Salem Lake trailhead at the end of Salem Lake Road and is run on a wide rolling dirt trail around the wooded shoreline of Salem Lake with a small portion on a paved bike path along Salem Creek.  The course is a loop around Salem Lake (7 miles) with an out-and-back trail add-on so that each loop is 12.5k.  A very spectator-friendly event.  Average temperature in early January is a high of 49 and a low of 29.


Awards

Awards will be given for:


50k and 25 individual –, Top 3 overall M &, F, top 1 in age groups 19 &, Under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 &, Over –, all M &, F


Relay  9 overall awards  Top 1 Open –, Male, Female, &, Coed.  Top 1 Masters –, Male, Female, &, Coed.  Top 1 Grandmasters –, Male, Female, &, Coed.   Note: Coed teams must have at least 1 male and at least 1 female.  Each relay team must have exactly 4 runners.  No one can run team and individual races.  For masters teams –, all runners must be 40 or older.  For grandmasters teams –, all runners must be 50 or older. 


No duplication of awards.


 


Safety

For safety reasons, no wheelchairs, headphones, baby joggers, strollers, roller blades/skates, or dogs are allowed in this event.  Do not enter unless you are medically able and properly trained to complete a trail ultramarathon.


Volunteer Opportunities

As with any race, the overall runner experience is largely based upon the number volunteers that help put the event on.  The Twin City Track Club has an incredible club with hundreds of dedicated members, however if you are coming to spectate and can offer to volunteer at an aid station or turnaround spot, it would be greatly appreciated.  Please email Bill Gibbs at runthelastmile@bellsouth.net for additional details.

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