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How to Register for the 2018 Black Earth 10 Quasi Classic (now closed/event has passed)
NEW this year: students that are full time get a $5 discount. Those who are part time and under 25, also get the same discount.
Registration Time Frame
Early Registration
10 mile: Entry fee is $10 if registered by Feb 28th, then $13 to March 15th, then $15 to April 5th (April 2 mail-in post mark), and $20 thereafter.
2 mile: Entry fee is $7 if registered by Feb 28th, then $10 to March 15th, then $12 to April 5th (April 2 mail-in post mark), and $15 thereafter.
Register early (extended! so like by April 5th) to assure your spot for a 10% discount at the Shoe Box (theshoebox.com)
The Shoe Box

April - Some things to think about...
These other events and what they are supporting.
  • Mad City 100k, 50k, and 5x10k relay [April 7 2018]: if your number one thing is ultras or forming a relay, you will want to take a look at this event held in the Madison's well known Arboretum. If you wanted to watch the 100k ultra finishers, please note that Black Earth 10 will be handing awards out immediately following the 10 mile so you can get over to Madison in time before the first finishers.
  • Parkinsons Half Marathon and 5k: if your number one thing on April 7 is thinking of Parkinson's, you'll want to take a look at this event in Cottage Grove, WI. This event started in 2012?
  • Tau Beta PI Mile: if your number one thing on April 14 is thinking of 3.14159 and guide dogs (OccuPaws organization), you'll want to take a look at this event in Madison, WI. Black Earth 10 is not aware they allow dogs on the course or certain areas (that aren't guide dogs at least). You will need to ask them about your pet.
  • Reedsburg Half Marathon [April 14 2018]: a challenging half marathon (yes, one of the limited places in the mid west where hills exist) and a 5k run. This Reedsburg, WI event started in 2010.

Note: Neither of these events are affiliated with the Black Earth 10.
What happens to your Black Earth 10 entry fee
A significant portion of our costs will go into running the event this year and to keep things going for later years. Black Earth 10 offers a great course and perks. Last year we offered a way to contribute to organizations that we were recognizing, and the event still contributed (even though the event was at a net loss in 2017, and carried nothing from prior years) $550 to charities. Similarly, we will do so also for this year and are currently working out those details.
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