Trail Running Event Announces Details | Sports Destination Management

Trail Running Event Announces Details

Oct 05, 2017

The 5th annual US Trail Running Conference is October 11-14, 2017. Registration is open until October 9.

Register now for both Trail Race Directors and Trail Runners for the 2017 US Trail Running Conference to take advantage of final pricing for the event.

There are options for every choice of day selections that you could wish for, including the entire Conference, each or all of the Trail Race Director days, and the Trail Runner Saturday as well.

Trail Race Director days - October 11-13, 2017

Trail Runner Day - October 14, 2017

Note that there are discount rate options for Trail Race Directors that operate a non-profit race organization, as well as discounts for multi-attendees from the same race organizer. Please contact Event Director, Terry Chiplin, for further details.

Race Director Speakers
We have a fantastic line up of expert speaker panelists and presenters who cover the full spectrum of race directing or are industry experts - this is a once in a year opportunity to be educated and network with these experts, so don't miss out, make sure to register today!  
Craig Thornley - WS 100
Steven Aderholt - Ragnar Relays
Aaron Saft - Foot RX Running
Paul Gigliotti - Pirate Perry Events
Jim Harman - EX2 Adventures
Keith Peters - Council for Responsible Sport
Dale Garland - Hardrock 100
Megan Finnesy - Dirty Thirty
Sam Pruitt - Race SLO  
Rob Tranter - Race Roster
Richard Bolt - ATRA
Nathan Nicholas - Nicholas Hill Group
Peter Maksimow - ATRA
Bradley Guye - Clearidium
Josh Sprague - Orange Mud
Nancy Hobbs - ATRA

Schedule for Trail Race Directors and Trail Runners

Check out the 2017 schedule - the focus this year is on making strides in innovation, for both trail race directors, and trail runners. Education focused on innovation has been designed to enable you to create and manage successful, financially viable, sustainable and distinctive trail races, and become a more efficient, mindful, engaged, active trail runner.

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