Date/Time: Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 6:45 AM
Race Distance: 100 Miles
Location(Start/Finish): Russell Crossroads, Alexander City, AL
Race Day Temperature at Start (High/ Low Avg.): 69 / 43 F
Sunrise/Sunset: 6:45 AM / 6:58 PM
Race Cutoff (Hrs.): 32
Course Layout(Map): 4 x Clover Style Loop
Terrain: Mostly single track with a mix of carriage paths and gravel roads
Elevation Change (Ascent/Decent): 26,000 ft. (13,000 ft. / 13,000 ft.)
Altitude Above Sea Level(Min./Max.): 500 ft. / 750 ft.
Number of Aid Stations (Max. distance in miles between A.S.): 2 (7.6 mi.)
Course Record (M/F): 16:56:57 Karl Meltzer (2016) / 23:33:10 Amy Macintire (2018)
Prerequisites/Lottery/Trail Work Req.: No / No / No
Qualifying Race for: N/A
Race Series: N/A
Race Director: Southeastern Trail Runs
Year Established: 2013
Other Race Distances: 27 mi. / 50 mi.
Fun Fact: Lake Martin was formed in 1926 after the construction of Martin Dam. At the time, it was the largest man-made body of water in the world.
Nearest Airports (HRs): Birmingham, AL (1.75), Atlanta, GA (2.5)