Unleash Your Inner Trash Panda: Registration Open for the 2024 Visit Beaver County Rabid Raccoon 100!

2023 Visit Beaver County Rabid Raccoon 100 Women’s Champion, Sarah Wallace.

Get ready for an adrenaline-fueled adventure through the rugged trails of Brady’s Run County Park in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania! The 2024 edition of the Visit Beaver County Rabid Raccoon 100 is here and promises an experience like no other. This year, we’re introducing exciting new additions to the already exhilarating event, making it a must for runners of all levels.

Race Details and Distances

The Visit Beaver County Rabid Raccoon 100 offers a range of distances to challenge and inspire participants:

  • 100 Mile Ultra
  • 100k Ultra
  • 100 Mile Relay
  • Friday Evening 5k
  • Morning Half Marathon
  • Midnight Half Marathon

But that’s not all! Introducing the Trashy Triple challenge, where participants can conquer the 5k, the morning and midnight half marathons, showcasing their determination and endurance.

Venue: Brady’s Run County Park

Located in the picturesque Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, Brady’s Run County Park provides the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable trail race. The park boasts well-maintained, adventurous trails, offering runners scenic views and a true taste of nature’s beauty. With ample parking, showers, restrooms, and fully-equipped aid stations, participants can focus on the challenge that lies ahead.

Meet the Pros and Champions

The event is graced by the presence of elite athletes, including 2016 U.S. Olympian in the 1500m run, Ben Blankenship, making his 100 mile debut. Joining him is professional ultrarunner, Jared Hazen, the second-fastest 100 mile runner in Western States history, ready to tackle the half marathon. Alongside these stars, we welcome last year’s 20-mile champion, Matt Lipsey, and 100 mile event record holder Trevor Fye, who will attempt to defend his crown. In addition, Heath Goshorn, a Wolf Creek Track Club athlete, who currently ranks as one of the ten fastest 100 milers in North America, will be making his Visit Beaver County Rabid Raccoon 100 debut!

Race Course and Aid Stations

The 100-mile course comprises eight challenging 12.5-mile loops, offering breathtaking scenery and a test of endurance. With four aid stations per loop, conveniently located in modern park buildings, runners will find the support they need to push through and conquer the race.

Post-Race Celebrations

As you cross the finish line, a local brewery will be there to celebrate your accomplishments, allowing you to relax and savor the moments of triumph with fellow participants.

Register Now and Embrace the Challenge

Registration for the 2024 Visit Beaver County Rabid Raccoon 100 is now open at the lowest rates of the year! Don’t miss out on this thrilling opportunity to challenge yourself, meet running legends, and revel in the beauty of Brady’s Run County Park. Join us and become a part of the Rabid Raccoon legacy.

Visit RunSignUp to register and learn more about the event.