Loppet Foundation

Awards

IMG_9618The awards ceremony takes place outside the Picnic Pavilion at noon, near the start/finish area.

Locally crafted steel wall hangings for the top three male and female finishers in the Half Marathon, the The North Face 5k, and the 13.1k.

Age-class medals will be available for pickup at the Loppet Tent as soon as results become available. Medals are awarded to the top three male and female runners in the following age classes for each event:

  • 19 and under
  • 20-29
  • 30-39
  • 40-49
  • 50-59
  • 60-69
  • 70+

Door prizes, including tickets to SurlyFest, will be given at the end of the awards ceremony.


Trail Loppet Age Gap Relays

Awards are given to the top three teams within gender and age categories based on the gender and birth date of the child. All participants will be called up for a picture at the awards ceremony. Ribbons for the top three teams in the U10, U12, U14, and U16 age categories. Everyone in the U8 category receives a participation ribbon.

For those not present at the Awards Ceremony, awards will be kept for one month at The Loppet Foundation office – 1301 Theodore Wirth Parkway. Awards may be picked up there – contact us in advance to arrange a time: 612 604-5330 or wilde@loppet.org.

Age Gap Relays Age Categories

U16 Born in 2000 or 2001
U14 Born in 2002 or 2003
U12 Born in 2004 or 2005
U10 Born in 2006 or 2007
U8 Born after December 31, 2007

Surly-est Runner Contest

Did you get bumped around a bit on the trail? Or really roughed up? Let us be the judge. The one we deem most scratched, scraped and scrubby will be crowned the Surly-est Runner, rewarded with bragging rights and SurlyFest tickets!

Contest Info:

Timing: The contest will take place immediately after the awards ceremony. You must be present to win.

What to do: Come to the Surly tent to get your name on the “Most Messed Up” list before awards start.

What counts: Anything goes! We take scrapes, blood, sprains, lacerations and breaks (though, really, we hope it doesn’t come to this).

Bottom line: The worse off you are the better your chances of winning. Cheating is unacceptable.