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6AM SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 2019

SBER MARATHON, SBER HEAVY HALF SB100 KILOMETER AND SB100 MILE

2019 REGISTRATION BEGINS
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September 12th, 2018
After a one-year hiatus SBER℠/ SB100™ will return Saturday, October 12th, 2019. Detail about the new start, finish and route will be posted Saturday, September 29th, 2018. Registration will open at Ultrasignup.com on February 1st, 2019.

Distances (route) will include:            

100 Mile (Out & Back)
100k (Out & Back)
Marathon (Out & Back)
Heavy Half (Out & Back)

April 4th, 2018
CANCELEATION NOTICE: Santa Barbara Endurance Run℠ / Santa Barbara 100™ announces the cancelation of the 8th edition of the run scheduled for Saturday October 13th,

The following dates/ events precipitated the cancelation of the 2018 Santa Barbara Endurance Run

Sunday January 21st, 2018
U.S. Route 101 (US 101) reopens after having been closed since Tuesday January 9th, 2018 due to the mudflow damages and cleanup
As of January 21, the mudflows caused at least 21 confirmed deaths, mostly in the Montecito area, and an additional two people were reported as missing in Montecito. Over 150 people were hospitalized with various injuries, including four in critical condition. The mudflows destroyed over 100 homes and damaged an additional 300.

Friday January 12th, 2018.
Thomas Fire is 100% contained, at 281,893 acres burned.

Thursday January 11th, 2018
Amtrak train service was restored to Santa Barbara and US 101 was partially reopened as far west as Carpinteria.

Tuesday January 9th, 2018
Southern California Mudflows struck Montecito, which had been affected by the Thomas Fire, and other areas of Santa Barbara County. Rainfall met or exceeded a 200-year storm standard, dropping more than 0.5 inches in 5 minutes and 0.75 inches in 15-minute period at approximately 3:30 a.m., causing mud and boulders from the Santa Ynez Mountains to flow down creeks and valleys into Montecito. The debris flows were up to 15 feet (5 m) in height of mud, boulders and tree branches, moving at estimated speeds of up to 20 miles per hour (30 km/h) into the lower areas of Montecito. Over 20,000 people lost power, and a 30-mile (50 km) section of U.S. Route 101 (US 101) from Santa Barbara to Ventura was shut down as sections filled with two feet (60 cm) of mud and debris, some of which also reached beaches 2.25 miles (3.6km) from the mountains.
Following the closure of U.S. Route 101 (US 101), access to Santa Barbara from the Los Angeles area was limited to a 260-mile (420 km) detour around the Los Padres National Forest or through the use of private ferries to Ventura.

Saturday December 9th, 2017
West flank of the Thomas Fire enters County of Santa Barbara at Divide Peak, along the border of the Santa Barbara Ranger District and Ojai Ranger District, Los Padres National Forest

Monday December 4th, 2017
The Thomas Fire was reported at 6:26 p.m. PST, to the north of Santa Paula, near Steckel Park and Thomas Aquinas College, after which the fire is named. That night, the small brush fire exploded in size and raced through the rugged mountain terrain that lies west of Santa Paula, between Ventura and Ojai. Officials blamed strong Santa Ana winds that gusted up to 60 miles per hour (97 km/h) for the sudden expansion. Soon after the fire had started, a second blaze was ignited nearly 30 minutes later, about 4 miles (6.4 km) to the north in Upper Ojai at the top of Koenigstein Road. According to eyewitnesses, this second fire was sparked by an explosion in the power line over the area. The second fire was rapidly expanded by the strong Santa Ana winds, and soon merged into the Thomas Fire later that night.

Late on the night of December 4, the Thomas Fire reached the hillside neighborhoods of Clearpoint, Ondulando, and Skyline in the city of Ventura and destroyed many single-family detached homes. Many people fled with little or no warning when evacuation orders were issued, as the fire had traveled 12 miles (19 km) in just a few hours.

References/ Credits:
Wikipedia – Thomas Fire
Wikipedia – 2018 Southern California Mudflows

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