Course is in RED
Food and Aid Station are located at the large building in the center of the photo marked by the blue star
Registration is done at the side of the aid station
Bathrooms and Showers are marked by the purple star
START / FINISH area is located just below the timing marked with the pink star
Camping is allowed on almost any grassy area seen on this map.
Packet Pickup is in the main food area and starts 1 hour before your race.
Previous Runners thoughts or write ups about 3 Days at the Fair:
John Fegyveresi's write up 2013
George Nelsen's write up 2013
Joseph Naura's writeup Part 1 and Part 2
Clifford Lange Top 10 Lists 2013
Article covering Phil McCarthy's American RECORD in 2011
Phil McCarthy's 2011 write up
Sabrina Moran's 2011 writeup
Tom Haines 2011 write up
Frank Colella's write up 2010
Photos from 2013
More Photos of 2013
Even more Photos 2013
Photo of the oldest and youngest to hit 100 lifetime miles
144, 72, 48, 24, 12 Hour Races will finish at 9:00 am on Sunday morning.
The 6 Hour Race will end at Midnight Saturday night. (12:00am Sunday)
Awards for ALL races will take place at breakfast Sunday morning.
144 Hour race begins at 9:00 am on Monday Morning
72 Hour race begins at 9:00 am on Thursday Morning
48 Hour race begins at 9:00 am on Friday Morning
24 Hour race begins at 9:00 am on Saturday Morning
12 Hour race begins at 9:00 pm on Saturday Evening
6 Hour race begins at 6:00 pm on Saturday Evening
Marathon or 50K can begin with 72H, 48H, 24H, 12H or 6H race and must be finished by the time the next race starts.
Runners must start at the appropriate time. In the past we have allowed early starts. In 2017 and moving forward we will not be allowing this anymore.
Any runner that hits the USATF Qualifying Standards in either the 24 hour or in the 24-hour split in the 48 Hour, 72 Hour or 144 Hour events will be issued a check for the opening entry fee upon completion of the event.
Any runner looking to hit the Qualifying Standards and / or set American Records must know and follow all USATF Rules. The Rules to pay specific attention are Rules 144, 232 and 241. USATF Rule Book
A special area for these runners per Rule 241.2(e) will be near the Start / Finish.
3 Days at the Fair is a qualifying race in 2016
One Day is a qualifying race in 2015 and 2016
ENTRY FEE SCHEDULE
144 Hour race $550 until November 30.
72 Hour race $250 until November 30.
48 Hour race $200 until November 30.
24 Hour race $150 until November 30.
12 Hour race $125 until November 30.
6 Hour race $100 until November 30.
Marathon or 50K $100 until November 30.
There will be 4 Different Marathons; Thursday 9:00am, Friday 9:00am, Saturday 9:00am and Saturday 9:00pm
Run ANY 2 Marathons for $150 until November 30.
Run ANY 3 Marathons for $200 until November 30.
QUADZILLA - Run ALL 4 Marathons for $250 until November 30.
December 1 until February 28 – All races
March 1 until May 10 – All races
increase another $25
After May 5 online registration closes.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding day of registration.
SWAG is not guaranteed after April
List of those who earned coins from previous years
Best All Time Performances**For ALL races; you can receive a 50% refund until 8 weeks before race date. After that NO REFUNDS.
** If you transfer your bib to another runner, please contact us with the new runner's information ASAP.
Laps will be tracked for each runner using MyLaps ProChip timing & scoring
system. As each runner crosses over the mat to mark a “split,” the system will
record it. Since the mat will be passed each time the runner circles the
course, each split is thus equal to one lap. One word of caution
regarding the counting of laps; Only completed laps will count towards your overall total mileage.
Pacers: This is a very runnable course and pacers will not be allowed. You would have to work hard to get lost and in the
spirit of competition try to do your best on your own efforts.
two or more registered runners though can run together as much as they desire.
This is true no matter which race you are entered, all runners will be
using the same course.
Trekking Poles: No Poles Allowed.
station will be open from 8:00am on Thursday through Sunday morning. The aid station is run by the finest crew of ultra running cooks. They will prepare an array of food that keeps you full of energy and your palate entertained. Special Veggie / Vegan foods are available through out the entire event. It will also be stocked with the usual ultra
fare as well as hot and cold food for the entire event. Participants and crew will have access to prepare their own special concoctions. Access to the walk in refrigerator is available to everyone as well. Please notify Race Director if access to kitchen is wanted.
County Fairgrounds has public restrooms located just a few steps from
the course. There are
also Shower facilities located inside the rest rooms.
Local artwork will be presented on-site to
the TOP 3 male and TOP 3 female completing the greatest number of miles for ALL timed races. Winners of each time category will be recognized at the breakfast/awards
LIFETIME MILEAGE AWARDS:
Coins will be given out to runners at the Sunday Awards ceremony for lifetime miles. Awards will be given for 100 Miles, 250 Miles, 500 Miles, 1000 Miles.
List of those who earned coins from previous years
and a tab for BEST performances All Time
Non Lifetime awards / Event awards -
Runners receive one (1) of the following awards:
101 Belt Buckles- awarded to those reaching 101 Miles in a single event.
(The Quadzilla is 4 marathons, not one event)
200 Belt Buckles- awarded to those reaching 200 Miles in a single event.
Marathon Coin- awarded to those in the category Marathon
50K Coin- awarded to those in the category 50K
Quadzilla Coin- awarded to those doing the Quadzilla (4 Marathons or 4 50K's not mismatched)
Sussex County Fairgrounds does allow pets, as long as they’re on a leash.
By all means, please bring your pet(s) along
if you like; there will be plenty of space for them.
Please be careful when crossing the course. Also be aware that there will
be many other animals on the property. If your pet is uncomfortable
around horses, cows, poultry or other animals it may be best to leave them
THE COURSE WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC
Please be aware that the course will be closed to the general public while
we’re using it. Having said that, Sussex County Fairgrounds is an active
Fairground and will have a horse show, a poultry show, a garden show, a
farmers market and possibly other activities going on away from the Race
Course. Your friends and family are more than welcome to explore the
property while you run. There is plenty to do on the Fairgrounds as well
as close by off property.
2013 Lap Splits
FULL 2011 RESULTS BELOW DOWNLOAD AS XML FILE
QUICK 2011 RESULTS ON THE WEB
2010 RESULTS Don't
forget the results list LAPS, convert using the LAP SHEET