November 4, 2017
50K, 25K and 12.5K Trail Run Distances
Lowes Creek County Park; Eau Claire, WI
Get ready to earn that extra hour of sleep! Join us for the fourth annual Fall Back Blast Trail Run presented by Mayo Clinic Health System. We offer up a fun yet challenging course with a healthy mix of single track and ski trail. You’ll find short, punchy climbs, roots, rocks and plenty of pine trees. Your distance choices include a 50K, 25K and 12.5K. The race is limited to the first 300 registrants, so sign up before it’s too late! Follow our Facebook Event Page
All pre-registered runners will receive a wicking t-shirt, post race refreshments and a finisher’s “medal*”. Overall Male and Female winners in each race distance will receive a embroidered drop bag.
New for 2016 is a relay option for the 50K. Team up with friends to enjoy the 50K Fall Back Blast as a Two Person or Four Person Relay! VOLUNTEER SIGN UP!
November 1, 2017: Pre-Registration Closes (earlier if limit is reached) November 3, 2017: Packet Pickup 4pm – 7pm Eau Claire County Expo Grounds MAIN BUILDING and late registration IS AVAILABLE ON FRIDAY
November 4, 2017: RACE DAY Race Day Details – All events are staged out of the EC County Expo at 5530 Fairview Drive. Directions. 6:30 am – Racer Check-in Opens / Packet Pickup – Eau Claire County Expo Grounds MAIN BUILDING
7:30 am – Racer Check-in Closes
7:45 am – Pre-Race Meeting
8:00 am – RACE STARTS
5:00 pm – RACE COURSE CLOSES Chip timing, friendly volunteers, post race refreshments, portable toilets and aid stations are available. Key drop and self-support drop bag area also available. 2016 Event Sponsors Include:
We reserve the right to make changes to the event or cancel it entirely if weather conditions pose a risk to racers or volunteers. All entry fees are non-refundable. The race course will close at 5pm for the safety of all participants and volunteers.* We use the word “Medal” to indicate the finisher recognition item – from the beginning this race has chosen to provide finishers with something with a purpose rather than a standard medal. The meaning behind this is to give participants something that they can use rather than something that hangs on a hook or sits in a drawer. Past items have included a Nite Ize carabiner/bottle opener, a printed cowbell and an aluminum water bottle with sticker.
Race Winner Bags for Overall M/F each distance division:
|12.5k||Thomas Meyer 58.06 Tania Riske 1:04||Adam Loomis 51:24
Melissa Zajec 1:01
|25k||Ben Olson 2:04 Peggy Becker 2:28|| Jason Finch 1:36
Jamie Riley 2:07
|50K||Tyler Heinz 4:04 Jennifer Rees 5:54|| Kevin Johnson 4:36
Michell Wilson 4:52