Forgotten Florida 100 Mile / 45 Mile / 15 Mile

 

When:

100 Mile - Saturday February 5, 2022  5:00 AM

45 Mile - Saturday February 5, 2022  6:00 AM

15 Mile - Saturday February 5, 2022 7:30 AM

Where

It is a 30 minute drive east of the Orlando airport. Get directions to this address, it's the  only entrance to access the race. From the entrance it's still a five minute drive within the WMA, follow the signage.

Tosohatchee WMA

3365 Taylor Creek Rd

Christmas, FL 32709

Weekend Schedule

100 Miler Packet Pickup is 4:00 - 4:45 AM

45 Miler Packet Pickup is 5:00 - 5:45 AM

15 Miler - Packet Pickup is 6:30 - 7:15 AM

Waiver

Every runner needs to print the waiver and bring it to packet pickup filled out and signed. Thank you!!

Get Waiver Here!

Race Information Timeline

100 Miler - 36 hours

45 Miler - 13 hour cutoff and this means you will be running in the dark so you will need a headlamp!

15 Miler - 5 hours

 

Aid Stations

We will have approximately 12 aid stations on the 100 miler 8 AS's on the  45 miler and 2 on the 15 miler.

More info coming but as always with Run Bum Races we make everything EPIC! Aid Station food will consist 

of Quesadillas, PB&J, clementines, gatorade, coke, ginger ale, chips, pickles, etc.

Drop Bags

Drop bags are limited to a gallon size ziploc bag, please, no exceptions. Mark them with your name, bib # 

and the AS# they go to. Bring them race day morning and we'll have a spot for you to put them at.  We'll get

them to the proper AS where you'll need them after the race begins.

 

100 Mile Drop Bags -

TBD

 

 

45 Mile Drop Bags -

The Middle AS#3 - bag will be returned to the start/finish line an hour or so after the final cutoff there 

or you can drive to the AS and pick it up

Seminole Ranch AS#5 & AS#6 - bag will be thrown away so please do not put anything in it that is of any 

importance to you

 

15 Mile - NO DROP BAGS

 

Event Rules

* 100 Miler & 45 Miler - You must have a headlamp, as it will be dark starting the race

* No littering! Please dispose of all trash at aid stations or the finish line

* No cutting course 

* If a runners is injured, you must stop to assist that runner

* Do not remove flagging, markers, or directional signs

* Runners may leave a bag at the finish line to have after the race

Y'all, we've been super lenient due to covid but races are happening and bills need to be paid. Unless

you're active military, please don't ask - Run Bum Tours does not issue refunds, transfers, or deferments!