Green Jewel 50K and 2 Person Relay


Event Date

Sat, Mar 5, 2016


Lakewood, OH

About This Activity

This race is a gem! It takes you on a tour of the extensive system of nature preserves in The Cleveland Metroparks, unofficially called the Emerald Necklace. The course meanders south on the all-purpose trail starting from Scenic Park Picnic Area in Rocky River Reservation, through Mill Stream Run, and ending at Oak Grove Picnic Area in Brecksville Reservation. There are plenty of places to meet your crew at the 5 aid stations along the route of this exciting point to point 50K. If you are looking for a 50K PR or maybe a first ultra-marathon, then you have found your race. Green Jewel also features a 2 person relay with an exchange point at Wallace Lake.

Though the course steadily climbs in elevation, this is considered a fast 50K.

50K or 25K 2 person relay

Mile 4.9 Lorain Road overpass parking lot
Mile 10 Rocky River Nature Center entrance
Mile 15 Wallace Lake (Relay exchange)
Mile 19.1 The Chalet entrance
Mile 24.5 Stuhr Woods picnic area

Friday, March 4, 4:00-7:00 PM, Vertical Runner Brecksville
Race day- 7:30-9:00 AM, Scenic Park

If you would like a drop bag at either Wallace Lake or the Finish, please bring it to the start and be sure it is clearly marked with either “Finish” or “Wallace Lake” as well as your last name and bib number. You are responsible for retrieving drop bags from the finish line after the race.

50K Awards for Top 3 Overall, Top Master (40-49) and Top Grandmaster (50+) for both Male and Female categories. (10 awards total)
50K Relay Awards for Top 3 Men’s Teams, Women’s Teams, Co-Ed Teams (9 awards total)

Gender specific long sleeve tech shirts, 50K or 2-person relay medal, personalized bib.

Parking will be available at the Finish Line at Oak Grove.
Solo runners can park at Oak Grove and be bussed to the Start. Bus leaves promptly at 7:45 a.m. and is optional with your registration.
Relay runners should carpool to the Start. While the 1st relay runner is running, the second runner can then drive the car to the Exchange Point (Wallace Lake) and the 1st relay runner can then drive the car from there to the Finish (Oak Grove).

Absolutely NO transfers or refunds.

7 hour cut off

DROPPING: Never drop out of the race by abandoning the course between aid stations and going “home.” If you must drop please report to an Aid Station or Finish Line. Runners who drop without reporting to an Aid Station or Finish Line will not be allowed to participate in future WWR races and/or events.

DISQUALIFICATION POLICY: The race cut off on the course is strictly enforced. The aid stations close accordingly. If a runner is unable to keep the appropriate pace and is in danger of missing the cut off they will be asked to remove themselves from the race. If a runner refuses to do so they will be immediately disqualified and will be on their own for all aid on the race course as well as the finish line should they choose to continue. This cut off is enforced for the safety of the runner as well as the rescue team who would need to search for runners on the course. If it is determined that any runner cuts the course in any fashion, whether intentional or not, they will immediately be disqualified from the race.

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