checkpoint split calculator

Plan race nutrition, drop bags or your SAG driver can use it to estimate your arrival through each checkpoint and know if you’re ahead, on or off pace.

Current defaults in the calculator are based on the 2016 Marji Gesick and where community volunteer aid stations or access to your drop bag were at. I put an 11 hour finish time in as the default, because I think you’ll want to hit the 69 mile drop bag as if you’re on pace for an 11 hour race, with plenty of legs left, in order to ensure you hit the 12 hour belt buckle time. You can of course change the distance, time and aid station mileage for whatever race you have coming up or whatever timing you think you need to plan for.