THE PHUNT RUNS
Phil and Hunt's favorite Winter Runs!
Choose from the 50K or 25K.
Fair Hill Natural Area, north of Elkton, MD
Come get lost with us!
Next running: Saturday, January 16, 2016
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1401554580138691/
The Traildawgs' TRIPLE CROWN
Half-Marathon, 10K, 5K or do all all 3! Or, do the Full Marathon option!
Our original three-fer, deep-fried and sanctified! Includes sections of the regional Mason-Dixon hiking trail and a visit to Mason-Dixon monuments!
Next running: Saturday, April 30, 2016
Our ole buddy Hunt developed Hunt's Ultramarathon Perimeter Run but retired it a few years ago. Seems like a dumb idea to resurrect it for 2016, so, let's do it! Maps/turnsheets only.
Watch the TrailDawg list for information.
Next running: Monday, May 30, 2016 (tentative)
Mason-Dixon Longest Day 100K
A brutal and beautiful personal challenge on the Mason Dixon trail along the Susquehanna River, from Maryland to Pennsylvania.
Can you meet the challenge of running a 100K trail between sunrise and sunset of the longest Saturday of the year?
To keep this outing small, this is an invitational non-event.
MDLD race home page
Next running: Saturday, June 18, 2016
Feast of St. Roch
TrailDawg Holy Day of Obligation. Group picnic and fun-run to honor the patron saint of dogs, knee injuries, and skin problems at Fair Hill NRMA near Elkton, MD. Chances are good for Dawgs to finish with sore knees and poison ivy rashes. A PhatPhil Concept.
Next running: July 10, 2016 is tentative next date
Feast Info Page
The one and only world famous Stump'ys marathon! No longer hosted by the one and only world famous Stumpy. Instead, his idiot friends are giving it a try.
A 2013 Trail Runner Magazine poll "Top 3" fan favorite.
Always the first Sunday after Labor Day, start this year at Middle Run County Natural Area.
Race website and registration
Next running: Sunday, September 11, 2016
The Feronia Funrunium Novum
10 miles or so
Hail Feronia! Togas not required. Founded by Phil and Pawl. Now at Middle Run County Natural Area in Newark, DE. Nullus pecunia, nullus queritor, nullus wimpus!
Next running: To be determined.