30th Great Greenbrier River Race!!!!!

2016 is the 30th annual GREAT GREENBRIER RIVER RACE! The race is held the last Saturday in April each year. With great prizes, live music and good food,the event attracts a loyal following of racers and fans.

Originally a team event with four members, canoeists, bicyclist and runner, the race has now attracted many people who do it solo. But there is still room for the whole family or the family dog on a team! Kayaks and canoes are both encouraged and the many categories encourage prizes for many racers.

Proceeds from entry fees and our generous sponsors allow the trail association to sponsor various projects to improve and promote the trail.

The race is a triathalon. You start in Marlinton, WV run to the trail and take it north to the turn around point then right back into town, to make 3 miles, then you jump in your boat and paddle down the river to the blue bridge in Buckeye, which is about 4 miles of paddling, then you run over to your bike and ride south down the trail for a bit and turn around to head north past where you started and all the way back up to Marlinton making a 10 mile bike ride and the end of the race!

Registration:

Solo – one person does all three events Run, Paddle, Bike.
Team – up to four people, each doing one or two events, not all three.

Early Bird Registration begins on Friday, January 15, 2016 and runs through Monday, February 15, 2016.

Early Bird rates are $45.00 per Solo and $42.00 per team member, up to 4 members.

Regular Registration February 16 – April 8, 2016 is $50.00 per Solo and $47.00 per team member, up to 4 members.

All age groups are welcome. This is a family friendly event. We welcome all age levels, and all skill levels as well. Come join in the fun!!

Awards are given for:

First Place Overall

First, Second, and Third Place in each category.

Solo Categories:

Youth (16 and under)
Male
Male Master (50+)
Male Senior (60+)
Female
Female Master (50+)
Female Senior (60+)

Team Categories:

Youth (16 and under)
Male
Female
Coed
Family
Master (all 50+)
Senior (all 60+)
Challenged Athlete

Everyone must be registered by April 8, 2016. All racers must sign a liability release upon packet pick up. Parents must sign for children under the age of 18. Mandatory race meeting prior to the race at 10:30 a.m., at The Gazebo in Marlinton. It is a good idea to show up early on race day to get your bike, boat and self situated!

2016 30th Annual Race on TriState Racer

2016 30th Annual Race on TriState Racer 2016 Registration Form

2015 Race Results

2015 Race Results at TriState Racer

2014 Race Results

2014-Race-Results

2013 Race Results

2013 Race Results at Tristate Racer

2012 Race Results

2012-race-results

2011 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Great Greenbrier River Race

Be a part to the excitement. Competitors enter now. Or, make plans to visit Pocahontas and view the race as part of an exciting mountain weekend!

2009 Race Results

Here are the 2009 Race Results

2008 Race Results

Here are the 2008 Race Results

2007 Race Results

Here are the 2007 Race Results

2006 Race Results

Here are the 2006 Race Results

2005 Race Results

Here are the 2005 Race Results

Winners of the 2004 Greenbrier River Race

2004 Race Results

Here are the 2004 Greenbrier River Race Results

The Haights, winners of the 2003 Greenbrier River Race

2003 Race Results

Here are the 2003 Greenbrier River Race Results 2003 Race Winners The Haights

2002 Greenbrier River Race Winners the Haights

2002 Race Results

Winners of the 2001 Greenbrier River Race

2001 Race Results

Here are the 2001 results for the Great Greenbrier River Race

Action from the 2000 Greenbrier River race

2000 Race Results

The winners hit the water first, but several kayaks arrived in Buckeye ahead of them for the switch to bikes. The Greenbrier River was plenty high for the boat leg of the race. The water was clear and judging from the exclamations of the dunked rather cool.  Winning time was 1 hour 22 minutes 52 […]