Lhotse 24-Hour Endurance Challenge

March 16, 2019
The event starts at 08:00.

​The event is a 24-hour track race with a variety of race options. Additional options include 50-mile, 12-hour, 50K, 6-hour, 26.2-mile, and 13.1-mile events. Time limits for the distance races are 24-hours for the 50-mile race and 12-hours for the 50K, 26.2-mile, and 13.1-mile races. Any 24-hour participant who reaches 100-miles will receive an official 100-mile time in addition to a 24-hour distance. Participation will be limited to 100 competitors, and registrations will be filled in the order

Official website

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Information about the event is available in : English

The information about this race is based on information provided by the organizers or found on the official website of the event. Always check the official website for up-to-date information. If you have noticed any mistake, let us know at [email protected]

Contact

Wyatt and Julia Hockmeyer

Races

26.2 Mile

March 16, 2019 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 24:00 hours
X-hour Race
26.2 miles
Track Multiple loops Flat Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 100.
 

13.1 Mile

March 16, 2019 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 24:00 hours
X-hour Race
13.1 miles
Track Multiple loops Flat Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 100.
 

6-Hour

March 16, 2019 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 24:00 hours
X-hour Race
6 hours
Track Multiple loops Flat Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 100.
 

12-Hour

March 16, 2019 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 24:00 hours
X-hour Race
12 hours
Track Multiple loops Flat Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 100.
 

50 Mile

March 16, 2019 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 24:00 hours
X-hour Race
50 miles
Track Multiple loops Flat Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 100.
 

24-Hour

March 16, 2019 (Saturday) - 08:00
Cut off: 24:00 hours
X-hour Race
24 hours
Track Multiple loops Flat Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 100.
 

The race is on the Owasso High School track in Owasso, Oklahoma. The course is a 1/4 mile rubber track, and the track is certified. The event is USATF sanctioned and intended to be a qualifier for the US team for the IAU 24-Hour World Championship.