Zumbro 100 Ultra Marathon

Race Numbers

The Zumbro Endurance Run hosts three races simultaneously, the Zumbro 100 Mile Endurance Run (starts at 8:00 AM Friday) and the Zumbro Midnight 50 (starts at 12:01 AM Saturday) and the Zumbro 17 Mile Trail Race (starts at 9:00 AM on Saturday).  Each distance will have its own unique race number (unique color and number series) so runners can be easily identified by race officials, volunteers, spectators and other runners.  Runners who register by the deadline will have their name custom printed on their race numbers along with other important inforamtion and emergency contact information.  We ask that all competitors wear their number on the front of their body on their outer-most layer at all times.  Runners will be tracked coming into and out of each aid station.  If we cannot see your number, we cannot track you or take your finishing time and if we cannot do that, you will be disqualified and will not earn an official finish.  Numbers below are to used as an example only – artwork subjetct to change.

 


 

Zumbro 100 Mile Endurance Run – Orange / Sepia background – Number Series 1 – 499

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Zumbro Midnight 50 – Blue background – Number Series 500-699

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Zumbro17 Mile – Green Backgournd – Number Series 700+

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Race number back, typical all distances:

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The Zumbro Endurance Run will be chip timed.  Your timing chip will be affixed to the back of your race number.  Do not remove your timing chip.  Do not bend or fold your timing chip or crumple your race number – this may break your timing chip. Your race number and your timing chip must be pinned on your outer-most layer at all times.  Above guidelines must be followed in order ensure that split times and finish times are recorded. This chip is disposable and does not need to be returned.