Dizzy GOAT 3/6/12 hour Trail Races

The most fun you can have running in circles.

  • June 25, 2022
  • 7 a.m.
  • Chalco Hills Recreation Area

Registration: Jan 17th, 2022

Quick Stats

3ish mile loops of uphill and downhill trails. On the Summer Solstice. Run, walk or crawl at your own pace. Stop, take a break…heck, take a nap. It’s up to you. You have 3, 6, or 12 hours to go as far as you can. Easy!​

  • Race Date: June 25, 2022
  • Location: Chalco Hills Recreation Area
  • Start Time: 7 a.m.
  • Registration: Opens Jan 17th, 2022
  • Early Bird Entry Fees:
    • 3-Hour: $65
    • 6-Hour: $75
    • 12-Hour: $95
  • Registration cap: 250 total runners

Race Details

The Numbers
  • Location TBD 
  • Field Limit is 300 runners
  • Choose from 12, 6, or 3 hour races.
  • Surface is 100% single track trail
  • 3 mile loop
  • 300′ elevation gain per loop
  • 1 Aid Station
  • 1 Water Stops
Distances

The Dizzy GOAT is not a distance race but a timed race. Runners choose to run 3, 6, or 12 hours. The course consists of a 3.25 mile loop.

Date & Start Times

Dizzy GOAT is on Saturday, June 25, 2022. Each race begins at a different time, but all races end at the same time. The start times are as follows:

  • 12-hour:  7 a.m.
  • 6-hour: 1 p.m.
  • 3-hour: 4 p.m.
Cut-off Times

All races for the Dizzy GOAT end at 7 p.m. If you cannot finish a loop in the allotted time left before that time, you will not be allowed back on course and will receive your medal at that time.

Timing

Dizzy GOAT is timed by your very own GOATz organization. All races will be chip timed. See race day guide for instructions. Results will be posted on UltraSignup within 3 days of completion of the races.

Awards
  • Longest Distance Overall (Top 3 in all 3 races)
Transfers & Refunds
  • Transfers to different race times may be approved by a race director prior to the race.
  • Entries are non-refundable.
Course Info

Chalco Hills Recreation Area, in southwest Omaha, is the Metro area’s premier outdoor recreation facility. At Chalco Hills, you can try your luck with fishing; relax at a picnic site; bike, hike or jog more than 7 miles of trails (North Loop-4.5 miles, Full Loop-7.2 miles). The area is managed by the Papio-Missouri River NRD. The main entrance to this public recreation site is found at 154th and Giles Rd.

In case you get “dizzy”, the course will be well marked with flags, tape, and arrows. Two colors will indicate the direction of travel, which will change after each completed loop.

Aid Stations

There are 2 aid stations: at the Start/Finish and at Motivation Station, approximately 1.75 miles into each loop of the race.

There is no other way to describe Motivation Station other
than fun, and maybe just a little bit necessary. Our Motivation Station captains are experienced ultra-veterans who are there to serve you. While they are a fun bunch, they will also monitor your condition for your safety and that of the other runners. Because of its proximity to the start/finish area, there will be no food; however, water, Hammer Heed, and ice will be available.

The Start/Finish aid station will have a spread of food available, from oranges and bananas to watermelon, pretzels, pickles, and much more.

Drop Bags

A designated drop bag area will be under a tent in the start/finish area. Please mark your bags clearly with your name and bib number.

Weather

Average temperatures this time of year range from a low of 64 degrees to 90 degrees. It is usually humid. It’s imperative you remain hydrated before, during, and after the race.

Photos

Race photos are always available here!

Race Director

Brady West running the Rocking K 50M

Race Director:

Brady West: brady@goatz.org

Packet Pickup

Packet Pickup:

Race Day Packet Pickup & Checkin:

  • Saturday, June 25, 2022
  • 6 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Mandatory check-in at least 30 minutes prior to race start.

Race Day Schedule

Race Start Times:

  • 7 a.m. for 12-hour race
  • 1 p.m. for 6-hour race
  • 4 p.m. for 3-hour race

Race Day Check-In:

  • 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Mandatory check-in at least 30 minutes prior to race start.

Cutoff Time:

  • All races finish at 7 p.m.

Awards Ceremony & Post Race Gathering:

  • 7:15 p.m.
  • Food & beverages provided

 

Race Location

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Registration

The Dizzy GOAT 3/6/12 Hour Trail Race Registration opens on Jan 17th, 2022.

Entry Fees:

3-Hour:

  • ​March 1 – March 19: $65
  • March 20 – April 19: $75
  • April 20 – May 20: $80

6-Hour:

  • ​March 1 – March 19: $75
  • March 20 – April 19: $85
  • April 20 – May 20: $90

12-Hour:

  • ​March 1 – March 19: $95
  • March 20 – April 19: $105
  • April 20 – May 20: $115

Swag:

  • Wicking T-Shirt
  • Custom Finishers Medal
  • Race Bracelet
  • Post Race Food & Drink
  • Incredible Aid Stations

Race Director:

Brady West: brady@goatz.org

Get Registered!

Registration: UltraSignup

What this race supports

Proceeds from Dizzy GOAT go into the general GOATz fund to help the local trail systems. The G.O.A.T.z are also committed to providing our time and energy to help better the Omaha area trail system.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there a requirement for number of loops to run?

You need to complete 1 lap per hour.

  • Since the course is so short and there are 2 aid stations, do I need to have a hydration device?

YES. You are required to have at least 1 hydration device with you for the duration of this race. Since it tends to be extremely hot and humid this time of year, it’s required that you carry a hydration device with you at all times.

  • Do you allow pacers for this race?

Limited pacing is allowed, however, due to the growth of the Dizzy GOAT we must ask that you have no more than one additional person at a time on the trail with you. This is especially important later in the day when all runners are present.

  • How do I volunteer?

Shoot an email over to Race Director Brady West at brady@goatz.org and tell him all about your desire to volunteer. He’ll get you hooked up in the right spot!

Want to get involved?

You know what makes awesome races more awesome? VOLUNTEERS. We can't do it without them, nor would we want to. If you want to be a Taunter with us, we'll put you to work.