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Friday, February 20, 2009

Muddy Moose Confirmed

Today I got an e-mail confirming the date of this year's Muddy Moose Trail Race (April 26th). This was the first trail race I ran in this country after moving back to Maine in 2004 and it has always been one of my favorites. I was also psyched to see that Emma is featured in one of the photos!

Xterra Xduro
Muddy Moose Trail Races

Announcement Newsletter- February 20, 2009

Goopy Goop
Dear Ian,

Mark your calendar: The 2009 edition of the Muddy Moose Trail Races, sponsored by Xterra Xduro, are scheduled for Sunday, April 26 at 10 a.m.
Online registration is now available.
Please forward this notice on to your running buddies - click the "forward email" button at the bottom.

The Crazy Things Runners Do for Fun...

DunhamThe 10th Annual Muddy Moose Trail Races are well-organized, but low frill. The races start and end at Kingswood Regional High School in Wolfeboro, NH.
We are very proud to be sponsored again by XTERRA this year and to be part of the XTERRA New England Trail Series.

Both the 4 mile and the 14 mile races start together, then two paths diverge in the woods, and which one you take makes all the difference. These are trail races, not road races. Dirt roads, logging roads, single track, and snowmobile trails. The 14 mile race involves short steep hills, logs, roots, water, and mud. The 4 mile race is on flatter (but uneven) and somewhat drier (but often still muddy) terrain. Water stops at 2, 5, 9, and 12 miles. Proceeds benefit the Kingswood Regional track and crosscountry teams. Awards (one deep in both races) in the usual age groups. Lots of baked goods following the race. Hoses and showers available after too.

Directions to Kingswood Regional HS (396 South Main Street (Rt. 28) in Wolfeboro, NH):
From Boston or Portsmouth, NH (about 1 hour from Portsmouth): Take I-95 North to Exit 4 to Rt. 16 North / Spaulding Turnpike. Continue on the Spaulding Turnpike to Exit 15 to Rt. 11 West, marked to Lake Winnipesaukee. At the Alton Traffic Circle, continue straight on Rt. 28 North to Wolfeboro.
From Concord, NH
(about 50 minutes from Concord): Take I-393 East to Rt. 4 East to the Epsom Traffic Circle, then go North on Rt. 28 through the Alton Traffic Circle and continue on Rt. 28 North to Wolfeboro. Kingswood Regional High School will be on your right as you come into Wolfeboro.

Plenty of parking on the grounds of the school.

Past Results Posted Here


Online Registration Now Available

The online, pre-entry fee is $22 (and that includes all credit card fees, so you aren't going to get dinged extra for that). While we've always been generous about shirts I can't guarantee shirts for more than the first 100 finishers. To enter now, go here.

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