Registration Opens for the Wild Sebastian 100 Ultrarun on July 2

Pine flatwoods at St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park.

Yep, I've giving you plenty of notice on this one, folks. The Wild Sebastian 100 Ultrarun happens in the fall on November 10-11, but the registration opens on July 2. That's enough time to think about the challenge, and then prepare for it. 

The race takes place at St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park in Fellsmere – that's Indian River County. Not up to running 100 miles? Don't worry, mere mortals can choose from 75, 50, or 25 mile versions, which is still pretty hardcore if you ask me. 

You'll really get the lay of the land at St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park during the race. This is a popular park for wildlife watching – keep a look out for turkeys, deer, and Bald eagles while you are there. The course passes through different ecosystems such as pine flatwoods and cypress swamps, adding some variation to the run. For more information, head over to www.wildsebastian100.com. Happy running!

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