Here are the links for the Volunteer Signup:
Medical - https://www.volunteersignup.org/K3MFD
HQ (#1) - https://www.volunteersignup.org/FETRP
Peenaquim Ball Diamonds (#2)- https://www.volunteersignup.org/RA48K
Pavan (#3) - https://www.volunteersignup.org/EJ9A9
Please indicate your tshirt size after your name, in that name field.
There will be a volunteer appreciation barbeque at the finish line on Saturday starting at 4pm and all volunteers will receive a coveted t-shirt plus have their names entered into the draw for some cool prizes.
Confirmation list: http://goo.gl/iJzLIj
Sorry, but we are no longer taking names for the waitlist. The list is long and we don’t anticipate very many will added.
See the REGISTRATION tab for details
Lost Soul Ultra has maintained its status as a 100km qualifier for the Western States 100. We are the only 100km event in Canada to act as a qualifier after Western States reduced the number of qualifying races available in the world.
Watch this website as registration will open in December/January.
The Lost Soul Ultra Marathon will take place September 5-6, 2014 in Lethbridge, Alberta. The 100 mile and 100 km events start at 8:00am Friday morning with 35 hours to finish. The 50 km event starts Saturday at 7:00am with 12 hours to finish. The trail course runs through the river valley coulees on public and private land. In this event, 300 ultra-marathoners race against each other, the elements, and the unrelenting hills. Less than 150 years ago, these valleys were the site of the last major First Nations battle on Canadian soil between the Blackfoot and Cree Confederacies.
The course resembles a pair of stacked figure-eights. The three aid stations are located at the intersection points with segment distances varying from 7 to 16 km. Elevation gain or loss is approximately 1000 metres with 13 significant hills over the 50km loop. Although we are on the prairies, our river valley can feel like the Grand Canyon. Top race times are around 5 hours for the 50k, 11+ hours for the 100km and 21+ hours for the 100 mile event.
The race organizers continue to keep the race small to maintain memorable running experiences. One racer commented: “Thank you to all the organizers and thanks and hugs to all volunteers, you made it possible for me to finish and enjoy spending time at each station. I will be back next year for sure.” Check out our Facebook page to read more racer comments and reports.
Here is the link to the video of Dr. Michael Galbraith’s presenation to the Lethbridge running community on June 11, 2013. http://youtu.be/xaJFJ21LRtM
Here are the Powerpoint slides in a PDF format. Ultramarathon injuries presentation – Dr Michael Galbraith June 2013