Friday, March 2, 2012

It Must Be Spring

Soiled Sport's Fat Ass Trail Series 2013

We here at Soiled Sport head office, are pleased to announce the start date of the much anticipated Fat Ass Trail Series 2013.
Due to a colder than expected winter  we can expect to wear our screw shoes at the start this year.
As in past years the season opener will be Meadowlilly Trails in south east London.
Saturday April 6th 
Located off of Commissioners Road, just east of Meadowlilly Road, across from Rona. Drive down to the bottom of the hill and park at the bottom where it dead ends at the river. Or click on the 'Directions' link on the right hand side of this page and you will see all trail locations on Google Maps.
Start time is 8:01 am
Distance is approximately 10Km

All 30 weeks will be posted in the right hand column. (your other right,Danny)

Please remember this is all 'Fat Ass Style' running: No water stations, No volunteers, No sympathy


Fat Ass events started back in the late 70's when a runner was fed up with rising costs of running a race and the rising costs of holding a race.

There are three basic rules to a Fat Ass event:
  1. No fees

  2. No awards

  3. No whining
And you get what you pay for, no shirts, no aid stations and no sympathy.
As in previous years, the rules I just dream up after a drunken stooper, such as:
  • 10 points for completing a Saturday trail run

  • 10 points for completing an Ontario Ultra Series race

  • 10 points for volunteering for a London Pacer hosted event
  • 10 bonus points for wearing Soiled Sport/Vulture Bait/London Pacer shirts, when instructed via this blog before the trail run

  • 25 points for wearing the recalled LuLu Lemon yoga pants that became see through when worn. (sorry Ken, woman only)

  • Extra bonus points for attempting to bribe me with cheesecake, booze and winning lottery tickets

5 comments:

Paul said...

Will there be a weekly schedule posted?

Play Dirty - Run Trails said...

The rotation of trail schedule coming soon.

Unknown said...

I heard about your group and was curious about how avid you are - I am a "new" trail runner (sub-text: just starting - can run for about 30 mins on pavement but hate every step; looking for new challenges) Could I do a Wed night run? Also, do you allow pooches (she is experienced...and friendly)
Thanks,
Marnie

Play Dirty - Run Trails said...

Yes, we have many of our trail runners who migrated away from pavement. We have all caliber of runners so there is always runners of same speed or endurance. Plus we have never lost anyone....yet. A number of our runners also run with their dogs.
So come on out, I know you will love it.
Rain or shine too.

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