SANTA BARBARA ENDURANCE RUN™ SB100® Kilometer

 

What

100 Kilometer Endurance Run / Point to Point / 24hr Cut Off

When

7:00AM
Saturday July 15, 2017

Where

Friday Check-in / Santa Barbara Jr. High School

Saturday Check-in Westmont College

Start Westmont College
Finish/ Santa Barbara Jr. High School

About:

SBER’s new Point to Point route is the realization of 2 years’ effort to create a unique Point to Point 100km endurance run finish in downtown Santa Barbara. Starting with a pre-run meeting at Westmont College. Athletes will depart in a pace controlled neutral run (¾ of a mile) to the Cold Springs trail head whereupon SBER athletes will traverse 58 miles of Santa Barbara’s iconic front and back country mountain routes (Cold Springs, San Ysidro, Edison Catway, Romero, Romero Camuesa, Murrieta Divide, West Fork, Franklin/ Alder and Divide Peak OHV Tunnel, and Rattlesnake) and a 4-mile hardtop run through the Mission Canyon and Riviera communities to reach the finish line at SB Jr. High School 

Loaded with challenging climbs (12,890’) and epic descents (13,435’) the route offers dramatic views of Montecito, Santa Barbara, Channel Islands and Dick Smith Wilderness. Athletes will finish their run with a 4-mile road/sidewalk section that traverses through the Mission Canyon and Riviera neighborhoods and past the historic Santa Barbara Mission and Rose Garden.

100k athletes can utilize pacers (starting) at Romero Camuesa Aid Station (mile 31). Exceptions granted by request. A limited shuttle schedule option will be available to take pacers from SB Jr. High School to Romero Camuesa Aid Station. Details and rate(s) to be posted July 1st, 2017

A Word about the SB100®

This event will challenge you to your core, but experiencing the majestic vistas that await you after a long incline or feeling the ocean breeze while you look over the Pacific Ocean, these are the moments that take your breath away. These are the moments that keep you coming back for more. You won’t experience another ultramarathon with the operational expertise, athlete comradery and God-given beauty that has been bestowed on the Santa Barbara 100®.

This event will challenge you to your core, but experiencing the majestic vistas that await you after a long incline or feeling the ocean breeze while you look over the Pacific Ocean, these are the moments that take your breath away. These are the moments that keep you coming back for more. You won’t experience another ultramarathon with the operational expertise, athlete comradery and God-given beauty that has been bestowed on the Santa Barbara 100®.

At A Glance Information
Mileage 62.40 Miles
Elevation 25’ (low) / 3,420’ (high)
Climb / Decent 12,890’ / 13,435’
Route Splits (Miles) 49.45 Trail / 3.10 OHV Route / 13.25 Road
Aid Station (qnty) 9
Drop Bags 3 Locations
Pacers Yes (start @ mile 33)
Cutoff Time 24hrs. (7am Sunday July 16)
Crew Access 9 Locations (some require walk-in)
Shuttle Yes / Fee Required
Civil Twilight / Sunset 5:25am / 8:41pm
Duration of Visible Light 15hrs 13mns
Average Temps 54° Low / 86° High

ENTRY FEE INFORMATION

 
Date Range Method Entry Fee Charity Contribution / Los Padres Forest Association
Nov 15, 2016 – Feb 28, 2017 Online $155 $25.00
March 1 – April 30, 2017 Online $165 $25.00
May 1 – June 30, 2017 Online $175 $25.00

Entry Fee Includes: Entry for one athlete, SB100® T-shirt, athlete bib w/timing tag, pre-run fueling station, well provisioned & staffed aid stations, SB100® finisher awards and post run Sunday lunch. Each official finisher will receive the trademark SB100® Kilometer Finisher Buckle (Sub 14 Hr. Gold | Sub 18 hr. Silver Buckle | Sub 24 Hr. Bronze)

 

Charity Fund Recipient

Los Padres Forest Association

About the LPFA
Founded in 1979, the Los Padres Forest Association is the official non-profit 501(c)(3) of the Los Padres National Forest. The LPFA mission is to care for the Los Padres Forest, ensuring it thrives and remains safe and open for the people to use and enjoy. In the 2016, fiscal year LPFA & VWR supervised and completed 15,000 volunteer hrs. of sanctioned trails and forest accessibility projects in the greater LPNF 

Each year the LPNF coordinates and supervises two trail sanctioned & scheduled trail maintenance projects on portions of the SBER™ route(s)

The LPFA has hosted and staffed an aid station each year since the inception of the run.  

Qualification

  • • SB100® Kilometer minimum age requirement is 18 years of age. No Exceptions!
  • • Endorsed the Athlete Waiver & Indemnification Agreement
  • • Completed $25.00 (minimum) charity contribution to the Los Padres Forest Association
  • • Mentally and physically conditioned to run 100 miles of challenging mountain trails and roads for a period of up to 36 hrs.   

Mandatory

  • • Photo ID at check-in (driver’s license, passport etc.) is required at time of athlete check-in.
  • • Each athlete is required to maintain on their possession a minimum of two 18 fl. oz. hand helds or an equivalent proportion fluid bladd

2017 SBER™ SCHEDULE

Friday, July 14, 2017

There are limited options for athletes to “car-camp” at SB Jr. High School. Please contact robert@racecorps.comfor reservations and details (fees not required)

Saturday, July 15, 2017

  • • 4:30am – 6:00am Early Check-in (Westmont College)
  • • 4:30am – 6:00am 100k Drop Bag collection (Westmont College)
  • • 5:15am Shuttle Bus departs for Westmont College (SB Jr. High School)
  • • 6:15am SBER Pre-Run Meeting ( Westmont College )
  • • 7:00am SBER Start (Westmont College)
  • • 100k
  • • Marathon
  • • Heavy Half Marathon
  • • *1:30pm Marathon & Heavy Half Awards / 1st – 3rd Male & 1st – 3rd Female
  • • *9:00pm 100k Awards / 1st – 3rd Male & 1st – 3rd Female

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Santa Barbara Jr. High School

  • • 7:00am Santa Barbara 100® Cut-Off

*Based upon the estimated time 1st-3rd athletes from the respective division(s) will have finished.

Addresses:

Santa Barbara Jr. High School
Athletics Area
721 E Cota St, Santa Barbara, CA 93103

Westmont College
Murchison Gymnasium
955 La Paz Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108

MAP, PROFILE, SPLITS AND CUT-OFF SCHEDULE




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AID STATIONS, DROP BAGS, PACERS, CREW, AND SHUTTLE

There are 10 well-stocked and staffed aid stations provisioned with, cots, chairs, canopies, porta potties and HAM communications; 7 locations for athlete Drop Bags; 5 locations for pacers to start; 8 accessible locations for athlete’s crew support

Aid Station menu:

  • • Cold fluids i.e.  Water, Electrolyte Fluid, Coca Cola and Ginger Ale
  • • Ice
  • • Salty Snacks
  • • Seasonal Fruits
  • • Assorted candies
  • • Soup
  • • Coffee
  • • Sandwiches
  • • Quesadillas
  • • Potato Cakes (in lieu of boiled potatoe

Shuttle service will be available for pacers, crew and DNF athletes. Outbound drop off and pick-up schedule and fee rates will be posted July 1, 2017. 

Cut-off time is defined as “Departed Time” (see Aid Stations Cut-off Schedule for prescribed times)

CONTACT

Robert Gilcrest

SBER™ Founder & Director Cell: (805) 896-6917

Mailing Address:

Race Corps Foundation PO Box 4445 Santa Barbara, CA