We try to keep  it simple. Once you’ve crossed the starting line you will be keeping the little orange flags on your right hand side. Any time there would otherwise be a decision to be made, we will have an arrow sign to let you know which way to turn. 

FIVE MILER RUNNERS:   You will need to keep an eye out for a fork in the road after the initial culling of the pack; there will of course be a sign telling you when to break off.



Your race director was an army paratrooper.  We’re huge supporters of the military, and those who just want to do something really hard.  As such, we have a special division running the 13.1 mile course with at least 14% of your bodyweight (not including water, unless you’re going to finish with water as well).  You’ll be weighed in at the start of the race, and at the finish if you qualify for awards.

Ruck Division has only one male and one female winner of each event.


FLEET FEET ORLANDO 303 E. Altamonte Dr. #1140

Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

Tuesday before the race until the Friday afternoon prior to the race.

Your packets will include a race bib, safety pins, your RFID timing chip, and you’ll get your T-shirt early as a little incentive to visit our friends at Fleet Feet!



Parking is free and onsite - we have a small team of burly men to push your car free, should a race land on or near a hurricane day.



Starting late in 2015 we invested in our own screen printing press, and because we literally print our own race shirts, we are able to provide the very highest quality material available!  Your shirts are custom to each event and printed on 60/40 or tri-blend poly cotton/polyester; they’re super lightweight, fitted and we have separate mens and women’s sizes.

In addition, at each of the 2017 races this year we’ll be giving away an extra something.



Our races take place inside national parks, state parks and wildlife restoration areas.   As such, you’ll be running on the closest approximation to Florida’s natural habitats which will include, packed dirt, grassy paths, sandy trails, forest mat (decaying leaves, pine needles, small twigs which form a soft but stable mat through the woody areas in Florida’s forests. )