All New Posts and Updates Now on New Website

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Trying to migrate to the new website.  Sorry for the hassle.  We wanted to wait until after the race to go to the new website.  Please visit the new website http://wildduluthraces.blogspot.com for updated race results, reports, photos, information about next years race and more!  Thanks!

2011 Wild Duluth Race Results Posted!

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The 2011 Wild Duluth race results have been posted.  Check them out on the Results page.  100K and 50K results are official.  Half Marathon results are posted but unofficial.  We are still trying to sort out a missing runner who finished just under 3 hours in around 2:55:44.

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Wild Duluth Races Moving to New Website

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We wanted to wait until this years races was over, but we’re moving our website to a new Google blogsite.  The new website is http://wildduluthraces.blogspot.com/  This site makes it easier to post and has some better features for our race.  We’ll post this years results on both sites.  Thanks!

Another Great Day at Wild Duluth!

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WOW! Another absolutely spectacular day at Wild Duluth yesterday! THANK YOU runners and volunteers for making all of the work so worth it! Seeing you all on your journey and your smiling faces at the finish line is amazing!
I’ll try to get the results posted tonight…if I can stay awake. Old school…

Fall Colors at Their Peak

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The Fall colors are about at their peak right now.  They should still be beautiful next weekend.  Be aware that there will be a lot of leaves down on the trail as well covering up rocks and roots.  Just be careful out there.

More updates to come…

Pacers are Allowed in the 100K

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It has never specifically been addressed for the Wild Duluth 100K before now, but runners may be accompanied by a pacer in the 100K beginning at Munger Trail Aid Station at mile 42 to the finish.  We do not track pacers and they are responsible for their own transportation.  Parking space is limited at Munger Trail Aid Station.  Please consider this and also consider starting your pacing duties at Magney-Snively Aid Station where there is more parking space available.  Pacers may take food and fluids at the aid stations as available.  Pacing is intended to be for the safety of the runner through the night portions of the race.

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