RACE DETAILS

RACE OBJECTIVE

The Cardimax-Clark Ultramarathon is an annual road ultramarathon event that aims to gather ultramarathoners in a journey to inspire each other to Harness their OWN energy: go longer, faster, go together.

RACE DETAILS AND QUALIFICATIONS

50K Challenge

Description: The 50K Challenge is open to aspiring and veteran ultramarathoners.  This will allow marathoners to test their ability to go further in an ideal race venue while veteran ultramarathoners can test their limits further or faster or treat this as a conditioning race for their longer races.

Slots: 250 slots (priority will be given to first time ultramarathoners)

Qualification: The 50K Challenge is open to runners who have finished an official marathon within the year.

50K Relay (Two-Man Team)

Description: The 50K Relay will allow ultramarathoners to work together in completing a fifty kilometer distance.  The Relay team should consist of two team members who will both complete an approximate 25 Kilometer Distance.  This allows runners who are not ready to tackle the distance to witness and share the road with ultramarathoners doing the full distance.

Qualification:  N/A

100K Championship

Description: The 100K Championship will present ultramarathoners a venue to compete against each other, beat their personal time and push themselves further in a century distance race.

Qualification:  The 100K Championship is open to runners who have finished an official marathon (road or trail) within the year.

100K Relay (Four-Man Team)

Description: The 100K Relay will allow ultramarathoners to work together in completing a one hundred kilometer distance.  The Relay team should consist of four team members who will both complete an approximate 25 Kilometer Distance.  This allows runners who are not ready to tackle the distance to witness and share the road with ultramarathoners doing the full distance.

Qualification:  N/A

Restriction: Runners should have (1) no previous official disqualification resulting from violation of race rules against cheating; (2) recent medical clearance declaring them fit to run the specific race; (3) athletes below 18 should have parental consent.

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2 thoughts

  1. I would like to inquire with regards to the 50K run category. A first timer participant made her last full marathon last quarter of 2016.In this scenario, will she be qualified to join the 50k category?

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