Results Are Posted
- Opens: January 1, 2014
- Closes: March 21, 2014
Foxy Trail 5K
- $40 – Early Bird through January 31, 2014
- $45 – closes 2/28/2014 at midnight
- $50 – closes 3/21/2014 at midnight
Foxy Trail Half Marathon
- $65 - Early Bird through January 31, 2014
- $70 - 2/28/2014 at midnight
- $75 - 3/21/2014 at midnight
Half Marathon Series Pricing
(includes Foxy, Wildhorse, Stairway and Raptor Ridge)
- $230 **Must Sign Up by March 21, 2014 to be eligible for the Series**
Progressive Series Pricing
(includes Foxy 5K, Wildhorse 10K, Stairway 15K, Raptor Ridge Half)
- $180 **Must Sign Up by March 21, 2014 to be eligible for the Series**
Registration closes 3/21/2014 or previously when race sells out … and it will.
18448 West Bernardo Drive
San Diego,CA 92127
Race Capacity: 400
Race Start Time: Half Marathon : 7 AM 5K: 7:45
(Mandatory Race Day Check-in: 6:00-6:45 am FOR ALL RACE DISTANCES!)
(Parking Lot opens at: 5:30pm)
Half Marathon Course Description: This local San Diego Trail Half Marathon runs around beautiful Lake Hodges right off of Interstate-15. The race starts at West Bernardo Park and crosses the new stone suspension bridge from the South side of the Lake to the North side. After crossing the bridge runners head west along the North Shore trail overlooking the lake. After passing through the marina runners enter a wooded area and run along the lake shore. This race is an out-n-back.
***NOTICE: Actual Course distance is 13.3 miles! This is a trail race and therefore distances can’t always be exact. Don’t worry, we won’t charge you extra for it. ***
The 5K is flat and fast with lots of lake views and single track technical trail. There are no aid station for the 5K so please bring your own water. This race is a loop.
Special Invite: Any runner that breaks 2 hours in the Foxy Half will automatically qualify for an early registration invitation to the Howl at the Moon Halloween Half Marathon being held on October 25th 2014. This exclusive Half Marathon will be limited to the first 200 racers to register.
About This Race … and it’s role in the Half Marathon Animal Series:
The Foxy Trail Half Marathon is brought to you by Dirt Devil Racing.com and is the first Trail Half Marathon of four Half Marathons being held in 2014 as part of the “Animal Half Marathon Series.” All our trail races are incredible, but this Foxy out and back race is probably the most scenic course in our series. Foxy promises to deliver the ultimate in a trail running experience.
If you plan to do the Animal Series you MUST run all FOUR races in the Animal Series. The Foxy in April, and the Wildhorse on June 8th are the first two. The Stairway to Heaven Trail Half Marathon in August, and the final race the Raptor Ridge in October completes the Series … so do NOT miss this first race!)
If you do NOT plan to do the series and just want to run a great trail Half Marathon … this is still one of the faster and most scenic Half Marathon trail courses that we offer. It sold out in 45 days last year, and we expect the same this year!
So act fast and don’t delay on registering thru Ultrasignup.com http://ultrasignup.com/
- Half Marathon: The course cut-off time is 3 hours. No finisher awards will be given for any racer not completing the course within 3 hours.
- 5K: Course cut-off time is 75 minutes. No finisher award will be given for any racer not completing the course in 75 minutes.
Aid Stations: There will be 5 aid stations on the course.
It is MANDATORY that all runners carry at minimum 12 oz. hand bottle for hydration. This is a trail race and we are trying to eliminate the use of cups at Aid Stations to truly go green and sustainable. We need you to do your part. We will meet you half way this year … but may go completely green in 2015. So start running with a handbottle or backpack now!
Course Map: Note…..course is subject to mild changes depending on weather and any trail closures
Race Course Preview Video: http://youtu.be/_rc2hme3ckQ
NOTE: This race used to be named “Painted Rocks” and the video will reference the old race name. Same course, different name. Enjoy.
Directions to Start: You can use THIS MAP to get directions to the race start. Please pre-print directions to ensure you know where you are going the morning of the race.
Race Day Parking: Parking lot opens at 5:30am and there is plenty of parking at the Rancho Bernardo Community Park & Tennis Club. You can also park on West Bernardo Drive and walk across the soccer fields to the Gazebo for check-in.
Race Check in: 6:00 am – 6:45am FOR ALL RACERS!
Race Start Time: 7 am Half Marathon 7:45 5K
There will be one wave with speed corrals for the Half Marathon start, with all of the racers starting at the same time. Your corral is linked to your bib #, so do not jump corrals or you will be disqualified and noted as DNF in the results. The corrals are intended to allow faster runners to get ahead of slower runners so that single track trail does not slow them up. This is not a road race with a wide street that allows for passing. By staying in your corral you will allow the trail to not get congested and make for a better race experience.
Prizes: All Half Marathon finishers receive a race logo pint glass, moisture wicking race logo shirt and another surprise finisher award.
Half Marathon prizes provided to Overall and Age Group Winners. Please see the Race Prizes Page for more details.
Pat and his Team of Professional Dirt Devil Photographers provide FREE race photos. Yes I said it…FREE! Simply use the code provided to you at race packet pick up to access your photos and download away…free of charge! Enter code DDRS2014
Go to Photos By Pat ….. to download or purchase all your race photos … even previous season if you’ve run with us before.
Race Results: Preliminary race results will be available at the finish line. Please do not interrupt the professional timing team. Just as you want an accurate time, so do the racers that have yet to finish behind you. We will have the Overall & Age Group Winner times available at the Post-Race Party & Awards Ceremony. All race times and distance placing will be available on the DirtDevilRacing.com website no later than the Wednesday after the race.
Post-Race Party and Awards Ceremony: Will be held on site at Rancho Bernardo Community Park. There will be food or you can bring your own. Food will be provided by
Mimi’s Kitchen http://www.inmimiskitchen.com/
- Breakfast Burritos
- Vegetarian Burritos
- Gluten Free
Post-Race Party/Buffet typically starts at 10:30 am … Awards at 11am!
Packet Pick-up Location: Packet Pick-up will take place at the San Diego Running Institute (SDRI) on the Friday and Saturday before the race:
- Friday, April 4th – 7 am – 4pm
- Saturday, April 5th – 10am – 4pm
Google Maps - http://goo.gl/maps/fW9uF
Office: (858) 268-8525
For detailed directions and a map of the pickup, Click Here
If you cannot get your own bib, please have a friend or family do so for you. They must have a copy of your DETAILED Registration on their phone or in hand, as well as a copy of your Driver’s License on their phone or in hand. This applies to Coaches for ALL TEAM MEMBERS.
MANDATORY Race Day Check-in: All race participants MUST check in on race morning. Failure to check in prior to starting the race will result in automatic disqualification. Check-in begins at 6AM. Please read ALL of the “MANDATORY READ” race day rules prior to race day to ensure you have the best experience possible.
Refund Policy: There are no refunds….no exceptions. Dirt Devil Racing does allow for free bib transfers though. You must notify the race director or your intent to swap the bib. The person taking your bib must also notify the race director and provide all necessary information in order to complete the process. If all necessary information is not provided to the race director the bib will be “disqualified” regardless of who runs wearing it. No bib transfers will be accepted after April 1, 2014…….no exceptions.
Below is a list of great attractions and activities for you and your family to enjoy. If you will be traveling to the race for the weekend here are a few hotels close to the start as well as some places the Dirt Devils love to check out after a run in the area.
Places to Stay:
Things to Do:
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