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2018 Winter Warrior Race Series Kicks Off

The runner who completes the most races in the most different parts of the country wins entry into the 2018 TransRockies stage race.

Trail Runner magazine November 28th, 2017

2018 Winter Warrior Race Series Kicks Off

The 2018 Trail Runner Winter Warrior Race Series is a point-based series of trail races across North America. You are automatically entered and earn points when you finish a 2018 Winter Warrior race. (Click here for a complete list of races.)

* December 1, 2017 through February 28, 2018.
* Four prize categories: 10K, Half Marathon, Marathon, Ultra

Sign up for (and complete) as many races as possible in as many different parts of the country as possible, to vie for the coveted grand prize: entry into the 2018 TransRockies stage race.

First races on the calendar:

The Last Chance 50K (South Caroline) and Redbird Crest 100 (Kentucky) take place on December 2. The following weekend, The Circus 10K (Texas) and Marfa La Pradera 10K and marathon (Texas) are on the books. Complete list of races here.

*Equal representation of race distances in three regions of North America: East, Central and Western
*Earn a point per mile for every race you complete (additional points are awarded for top finishes). Runners who accumulate the most points will win prize packages from our sponsors.


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