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2016 Relay

Posted on May 16, 2016 by in Musings | 0 comments

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The 2016 Unsanctioned JRunners 100k Brooklyn to Monsey Freelay Race

Description:

Join the JRunners group on August 17-18 for a relay race like no other. Starting at 7:30PM on Wednesday in Brooklyn and finishing about 3:30AM Thursday in Monsey, the 2016 JRunners Relay is a FREE minimal-support, shortened version of our classic relay. The relay is driven by the club members entirely. Runners are responsible for their own gear, nutrition, transportation, road illumination, safety equipment, and team-building. The only expectation JRunners will have of its runners is to follow the course exactly - in the interest of fairness and safety - and come up with some clever team names. The rest is you.

Note that this shortened course means that, if you work a typical 9-5 job and are in the general NYC area, you'll at worst be late for work on the 18th, and at best, you'll be right on time. You'll be exhausted, of course, but that's why coffee was invented.

Your Team

Your team can consist of as many (6 runners = approx. 10 miles each) or as few (1 runner = 100k ultra) runners as you want. You will be building your own team, but if you need some help with that, we'll be happy to help you out (but you need to ask!). You must report your teammates and team name before the weekend of August 7th.

The Course

The start is at the Prospect Park corner of Parkside Avenue and Ocean Avenue

Leg 1 

Setting off from the Prospect Park corner of Parkside Avenue and Ocean Avenue for a full counter-clockwise loop around Prospect Park. 3.4 miles. Click to enlarge:

Leg1Relay

Legs 2-9

Exactly those of the usual relay.  Use the existing maps: link. 49 miles.

Leg 10

Starts exactly like the usual relay leg 10, but will turn right off of New Hempstead Rd. onto Ellington Way, then left onto Winston Rd, then right on Pennington Rd, terminating at 20 Pennington Rd. 3.8 miles.  Click to enlarge:

Leg10Relay

Total: 56.2 miles

There will be no markers out on the course. Know your leg cold and you won't get lost.

You can exchange runners anywhere on the course that you like, but leg records are only set by a solo runner running from official exchange point top the official exchange point.

Timing

Your team is responsible for your timing. It's a minimalist race, but we'd all still like to know who won, right? The team captain is responsible for collecting the team's times.

Runner Restart at Exchange #5

At exchange #5, in the CNBC parking lot, your team must stop, record your time, and wait until all teams are in the exchange before the race continues. Do not hand off to the next runner to continue on the course. Pull in to exchange #5, hit your watch's stop button, record the time, and stop until everyone is in.  When your runner departs exchange #5, start up your watches again, and add the final elapsed time from CNBC to Monsey to the elapsed time from Prospect Park to CNBC.

Safety

Safety is NOT OPTIONAL.  The relay is a ton of fun--unless someone gets hurt.  These rules are mandatory, and violation of them is subject to a team's disqualification:

1) No headphones while running.  Don't even ask.  Clear ears, clear eyes.

2) Reflective vest.  Your  runner must be wearing a reflective vest while running.  The course is beside a highway at night, so being seen is vital.

3) Lights.  We highly recommend that the runner have a blinking red light on his or her back, and use a cap light to illuminate the way.

Cyclist Support

The Kosher Cyclists group has generously volunteered to chaperone the relay on their bikes.  That will help keep us safe and in contact with each other.  Please note that they are NOT your guides, and are not responsible for keeping you on course.  You are responsible for your directions; do not count on them for that.

Road Layout & EMT support

The EMTs will be in front of the lead runner and behind the last runner, with Kosher Cyclists serving to cocoon the runners.  please do not get ahead of the lead EMT, nor fall behind the rear EMT.

Click to enlarge:

RelayRoadLayout

What To Bring

1) Your sense of fun.  The relay is basically a rolling party.

2) Your safety gear: reflective vest, lights.

3) Cell phones and car chargers.

4) Drinks: Gatorade, water.  Ice in a cooler recommended.

5) Snacks.  It's a long night.

6) A (light!) change of clothes for when you're done.  A towel for your car's interior is a polite addition.

Make sure you have all your team members' cell numbers already in your phone's contacts.  email the race director for his # and add that too: thebodie@aol.com

Contributing

The race is free, but the cost of the BBQ at the finish line is not. The EMTs that are keeping us safe also cost money. Please consider offsetting some of that cost for us so it can be all that it can be.  you can email the race director (thebodie@aol.com) to contribute.

We're excited to have you join us. Sign up below for free!

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.


Attendee Listing For: The 2016 Unsanctioned JRunners 100k Brooklyn to Monsey Freelay Race

  1. Dovi Abraham

  2. Varda Amar

  3. Solomon Babani

  4. Chaim Backman
    Brooklyn, Ny

  5. Yisroel Baum
    Brooklyn, New York

  6. Martin Bodek
    Passaic, New Jersey

  7. Joe Bootin
    Brooklyn, NY

  8. Joe Cohn
    Spring Valley, New York

  9. Yisroel Davidsohn
    Brooklyn, NY

  10. Shmuly Engelman
    Brooklyn, NY

  11. Chanan Feldman
    BROOKLYN, NY

  12. David Friedman
    Brooklyn, NY

  13. Faige Friedman
    Brooklyn, NY

  14. Steven Gelbtuch
    New Hempstead, Ny

  15. Dov Gertzulin
    Englewood, NJ

  16. Heshy Gotesman
    Suffern, NY - New York

  17. Levi Groner
    New York, New York

  18. Levy Grunwald
    Brooklyn, NY

  19. Ari Herrmann
    Brooklyn, Ny

  20. Yoni Hook
    Spring Valley, NY

  21. P K
    Queens, NY

  22. Matt katz
    BROOKLYN, NY

  23. Menachem Kay
    Brooklyn, New

  24. Ariel Kohane
    New York, NY

  25. Devorah Kopciel
    Brooklyn, NY

  26. Shneur Kovitz

  27. Adam Kramer
    Brooklyn, ny

  28. Ariel Lasry
    brooklyn, ny

  29. Yossie Leff
    Suffern, New York

  30. A. Lev
    Spring Valley, NY

  31. Etan Levavi
    Brooklyn, NY

  32. Binyamin Lipsky
    Cedarhurst, Ny

  33. Hershy Mandel
    Brooklyn, NY

  34. Zelig Mandel
    Passaic, NJ

  35. Tom Mandel
    Teaneck, NJ

  36. Adam Orlow
    Jamaica Estates, New York

  37. Mordechai Ovits
    Brooklyn, NY

  38. Esther Panigel
    Brooklyn, NY

  39. Aharon Panigel
    Brooklyn, Ny

  40. Avrohom Piekarski
    Brooklyn, New York

  41. Jonathan Pittinsky
    Passaic, New Jersey

  42. Stuart Pollak
    spring valley, ny

  43. Yisroel Pupko

  44. Mendel Reinitz
    New York, New York

  45. Dani Ricklis
    Passaic, NJ

  46. David Roher
    Teaneck, Nj

  47. Mandy Rosenberg
    Queens, NY

  48. Solomon Rosenzweig
    Brooklyn, New York

  49. Aharon Ross
    Matawan, New Jersey

  50. Christiaan Schakel
    brooklyn, New York

  51. Joel Schwartz
    Brooklyn, NY

  52. Scott Smith
    New York, NY

  53. Gene Sobol
    Brooklyn, NY

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