Show the world what you’re made of with the Blueprint for Athletes Leadman & Leadwoman challenge. Race in the progressive series beginning with the Blueprint for Athletes Leadville Trail Marathon, the Blueprint for Athletes Silver Rush 50 MTB or Run, then moving on to the Blueprint for Athletes Leadville Trail 100 MTB, Climax Molybdenum Leadville 10K run presented by Blueprint for Athletes, and finally the legendary Blueprint for Athletes Leadville Trail 100 Run presented by New Balance. Complete the series and you’ll be forever known as a Leadville Leadman or Leadwoman. Racers must complete each event within the allotted cut off time in order to move on and be eligible for the next.
Entrants will compete in the Leadville Trail Marathon, Silver Rush 50 MTB or Run, Leadville Trail 100 MTB, Climax Molybdenum Leadville 10K Run and the Leadville Trail 100 Run presented by New Balance. Racers must complete each event within the allotted cut off time in order to move on and be eligible for the next. If a racer does not meet the required finish time, he or she will not be allowed to continue in the Leadman competition. However, the racer may continue racing as an individual. If choosing to continue as an individual racer, please notify Abby Long, along@lifetimefitness, so she may make the appropriate edits to the race registration. The Leadville Race Series does not allow refunds, transfers or deferment in the midst of the Leadman competition.
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Racers that finish within the time limits of all these races receive a personalized award of recognition. Times are also displayed on the Leadman/Leadwoman plaque at LT100 Race Headquarters. If you do not attend the award ceremony to receive your award you must send a check made out to the Leadville Race Series for $15 along with the Awards Form filled out fully to:
Leadville Race Series
Attn: Craig Martin
316 Harrison Ave.
Leadville, CO 80461
*Please note that 2016 awards will not be shipped until the end of our race series season, September 20, 2016.
Trash and recycling
Our races are Zero Waste events. Look for recycle and compost bins at every aid station and start/finish. Please discard any trash in an appropriate container. Intentional littering on the course will be grounds for disqualification. The course—on trails both public and private—travels past many historic sites and through areas of exceptional beauty. Help us keep them pristine.
We will be recycling all plastic, aluminum and cardboard during these races, and all our events. We’ll take care of this at the aid stations. At the start/finish, please ensure you place trash or recyclable materials in the appropriate containers, which will be well marked.