Wednesday, December 29, 2010

NEO Trail Member Spotlight: Nick Billock

We are reviving a feature from the early days of the NEO Trail Web Site, short interviews with members of the NEO Trail. We are still waiting on The Professor to fill out his homework, so we are starting with Nick Billock.

Nick is pretty well known in the running community for being the man with the camera. Nick had an impressive 2009 ultra season, with finishing 3 100 miles in the year. Nick is responsible for the famous Waterfall runs (this was the 4th year) in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Please check out Nick's two blogs:

Running the Race Set Before Me

Nick Billock Photography

Why do you run trails? Trails, unlike the open road, allow me to fully immerse myself in nature and everything great about it. No cars, no interruptions (except for the occasional running deer), and no beating on my body are just a few of the benefits of being on the trails. In a society that is moving extremely fast with very little down-time, simply stepping foot on the trails strips it all away and the only thing left is you, the dirt, the roots, the stream-crossings, the sky-reaching trees, and scurrying wildlife all around you. Mentally, it's the best way to relax (and burn some calories) that I know of.

How did you first hear/get involved with NEO Trail? The 2008 YUT-C 50K was my introduction to NEO Trail. I had grown up rolling down the grassy hill at the Fellows Riverside Gardens up above the starting line but never knew of trails within Mill Creek Park. After that race and how it was put on, I was sold on NEO Trail and what they were doing in the community.

Do you have a trail name? Can you share it with us and tell us where it came from? The crew from NEO Trail refer to me as "Admiral." I think it's simply a name fitting for someone who is currently serving in the Navy. While the rank of "Admiral" is the highest rank and an extremely far cry from my current rank, I really do love the nickname and appreciate the crew bestowing it on me. Pretty cool to connect the trails with another very significant part of my life.

What do you do to pay for the trail shoes? My full time job is as a Social Insurance Specialist with the Social Security Administration. I take disability claims from the public and also care for those already on disability out of the Canton, OH field office. My other job which is involved a little bit every day is that of a Navy Supply Corps Officer. After serving on active duty from 1991-2001, I returned in 2007 but this time as a Reservist. It's much more than a "weekend warrior" time commitment but I love it more than any other "job" that I do.

What's your favorite trail to run? Tough question. I think I'll give you a few. Mill Creek Park is easily in my top 3 trails. Mill Creek offers everything: waterside running, rocks, roots, sky-high evergreens, lots of waterfalls, and of course, the Monkey Hills and the Love Log. I also love the trails of West Branch State Park, located in southern Portage County. While only 12min from my house in Rootstown, it is a highly ignored park from the bulk of the local trail running community. The mountain bike trails contain more rocky running than any other trail system in northeast Ohio, hands down. Also, most trails are near West Branch Reservoir which never disappoints with the views year-round. Lastly, I know the trails of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park like the back of my hand. Anyone could easily spends hours upon hours out there and never cross the same piece of trail twice. Fantastic resource right on our doorstep that many non-runners don't even realize is here. We should be very thankful for our very many trail systems in Ohio!

What is your most memorable race? That's an easy one...but I'll have to answer it in two parts. The first one is my first 100-mile finish at the 2009 Kettle Moraine 100 Miler in Wisconsin. I traveled solo to the race with no friends, family or crew and seeing that red finish line banner in 25hrs, 39min is an image and memory that will never fade. The other one was my 3rd 100-mile finish 18 weeks later at the Inaugural Oil Creek 100-Mile Trail Run in Titusville, PA. Around mile 20, I ran into some serious issues physically and for the final 80 miles, I ate ibuprofen like candy and only my mental fortitude got me to the finish line. The icing on the cake was my wife surprising me at mile 92 and me crumbling emotionally like a baby. 30hrs, 49min after the start on Saturday, I got my 3rd 100-mile finish and the "mack-daddy" of 100-mile buckles.

What are your goal races for the 2011 season? In 2011, I have no goal races due to a lot of time to be spent with the Navy. The bulk of my time with them happens right in the heart of trail racing season, including all of my favorite races. I hope to return in time for NEO Trail's URINEO in December.

What is your dream race? I am a big believer in running local races that I can wake up in my own bed and drive to. We have a countless supply of them in NE Ohio, many of which didn't exist 5 years ago. However, I'd say that a few races do stand out as must-do's some day: Bear 100, Wasatch 100, and the Leadville Trail 100 are all on my to-do list...lifetime to-do list. I really don't have any big "dream" races and focus more on the very short term and just getting out on the trails.
Any advice you could give someone just starting out to the dirt side of running? Take it slow and let the trail come to you. It's a completely different kind of running and in time, it'll get easier and more enjoyable to you. Forget about the pace and what your Garmin is telling you and just have fun out there. When you run, lift up your feet over the roots and rocks and when walking those steep hills, walk with a purpose!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Monday, December 20, 2010

Monday, December 13, 2010

Bartram 100 Mile Race

Congratulations to Dan Kuzma-winner of the Bartram 100 Mile Race, in 19 hours, 40 minutes!

Congratulations also to Gary Sexton, who took 2nd place in the 100K in 11 hours, 18 minutes!

The Bartram 100 Mile and 100K Race was held in Bartram State Forest, outside of Milledgeville, Georgia.

Glacier Ridge Ultras

As happens to a lot of Ultras lately, Glacial Ridge Ultras are filling up.

The 30K appears to be full already.
Limited spots left in the 50 miler.
If this is on your list for 2011 events, act soon.

Sunday, December 12, 2010


Picture of David Horton.

Congrats to David Peterman who ran Hellgate Friday night and into the day on Saturday.
Dave finished in 15:33:58.
126 runners started and 111 finished the race, which began at 12:01 am on Saturday.

Dave also competed in the BEAST series.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

MMT 100 Lottery Results


Yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed UP at 11,372.48. Since the last 3 numbers of the closing DOW are used as a starting point, the starting number was 248. Then, 205 entrants are selected by counting up. Therefore, if your random lottery number was between 248 through 751 then you will be eligible to enter the 2011 Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 Miler on Friday. For a more detailed description of this process, click here.

The following NEO Trail members are now eligible to enter the 2011 MMT 100:

Cam Baker
Kim Boner
Bob Combs
Kim Love-Ottobre
Brian Musick
Joe Novicky
David Peterman
Brandon Russell
Gary Sexton

The following NEO Trail members are currently on the waitlist in the following order (waitlist # in parenthesis):

Roy Heger (3)
Paul Lefelhocz (30)
Bill Losey (34)
Jim Harris (38)
Rich Vrboncic (71)
Desiree Cowie (198)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Bigfoot 50K Race

NEO Trail represented quite well at the inaugural Bigfoot 50K Race held Sunday, December 5, at Salt Fork State Park, Ohio.

Big congratulations to Jim Harris, for finishing 1st Masters and 6th Overall Finisher. Jim's finish was eclipsed by the 5th overall finisher, his son Eric Harris, in a smoking 4:55:59, his ultra running debut!

Mike Keller, with Jim Harris yelling at him, managed to get under the wire for a sub-six hour ultra finish, at 5:59:08!!

NEO Trail Member Results:

Eric Harris 4:55:59
Jim Harris 4:58:54
Michael Keller 5:59:08
Julie Bowen-Miller 7:43:23

Congratulations to all finishers. Thanks to Ron Ross for volunteering while his daughter completed the 50K. Congratulations even to NEO Trail Member Don Baun who ran one lap and then decided a hot shower sounded better than 2 more loops!

Monday, December 6, 2010

MMT Lottery Selection – This Wednesday


Good luck to the following NEO Trail members who are entered into this year’s Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 Mile lottery that will take place this Wednesday:

Bill Losey - #013
Roy Heger - #103
Paul Lefelhocz - #222
Brian Musick - #273
David Peterman - #289
Gary Sexton - #398
Brandon Russell - #405
Kim Love-Ottobre - #435
Joe Novicky - #465
Bob Combs - #476
Cam Baker - #590
Kim Boner - #684
Jim Harris - #886
Richard Vrboncic - #919
Desiree Cowie - #952

Cilck here for a detailed explanation of the MMT 100 lottery procedure.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Western States Lottery

Congratulations to NEO Trail member, Eric Deutsch, for getting selected in the Western States Lottery. The Western States Endurance Run is the oldest and original of the 100 mile foot races.

By being selected in the Western States lottery, Eric could also contemplate the Grand Slam of Ultra Running: The Grand Slam is a set of four of the most prestigious 100 mile races contested in the United States, compromising the Western States in Califorinia, The Vermont 100 Mile Endurance Run in Vermont, the Wasatch Front 100 Mile Endurance Run in Utah, and the Leadville Trail 100 in Colorado.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010



WHO:  All NEO Trail Club members, and anybody running the free URINEO FA
  First ever NEO Trail Fest
WHERE:  Old Log Cabin - (YUT-C Start/Finish) Mill Creek Park (Youngstown, OH)
WHEN:  December 18th - 1:00 PM
WHY:  Why not??
RSVP:  By December 13th to Bob Combs (

The first ever NEO Trail Fest will be held in conjunction with URINEO in Mill Creek Park on December 18th, at 1:00 PM.  The party is open to everybody in NEO Trail and also anyone running the URINEO FA.  With the party scheduled to start at 1:00, everyone who is running is encouraged to adjust their start time so that they will finish their run at 1:00.  There is no set distance, but the "official course" is an 8 mile loop, that runners do 1-6 times, depending on his/her preference.

Please RSVP to the NEO Trail President Bob Combs ( if you are planning on coming to the Fest no later than December 13th.  We need to get an accurate count for the mass consumption that will occur during the afternoon.  Please bring a dish to share with everyone.  A stove and oven are available in the cabin, as well as electric outlets for crock pots and what not.

FA Discussion Page -

Facebook Event Page  -

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Slim Pickins 2010

We had the best staging area for the 2010 Slim Pickins. This year, cabins were rented in Linn Run State Park, just a few miles from Donegal, PA. This is on the north side of the PA Turnpike.

Most of the Slim Pickins runs have revolved around a run on the Laurel Highlands Trail. Some runs originated at the south terminus of the LH Trail, in Ohio Pyle. One epic SP run was the Reverse LH in 2007, where the run began at Mile 70, and finished in Ohio Pyle. Only four NEO Trail Members finished the entire 70 miles.

The closing of the Turnpike Bridge-and a severing of the LH Trail made the idea of a cabin at Linn Run State Park a great idea.

The stream outside the cabin

Bob Combs on the Grove Run Trail
Starting at the Linn Run State Park gave us numerous trails to explore, including going over to the LH Trail and running there, and then back to the cabin.

Bruce McMurray, Bob Combs, Kim Love-Ottobre

Kim, Bruce, and Bob were able to get some mileage in on Friday. Rich "The Professor" Vrbonic arrived in time for dinner Friday night.

There was enough food to feed 12 or 15 hungry ultra runners.
The weather was beautiful on Friday night, with a huge full moon. So a night run was organized, getting in six miles in the darkness. In some spots the headlamps were extinguished, and we could run in the dark.
Donning gear for the run on Saturday

Jim "Slim" Harris and Cam "Wrong Way" Baker joined us on Saturday morning.

Cam Baker and Bob Combs

Jim Harris happy to be on the Laurel Higlands Trail again

Cam showing off his rock climbing skills

There are groves of rhododendrons on the LH Trail

Rich had dropped Aid at the Route 30 Parking Lot-thanks Rich!
Various distances were covered. Cam turned at the Aid Spot, going off on his own to run some side trails for future exploration. Rich and Jim ran around 40 miles. Kim, Bob, and Bruce ran around 28 miles.
There was talk of another night run, but the huge offering of food from club members-pirogies, lasagna, sausages, chili, chips, dip, made it too hard to leave the roaring fire and camaraderie.

There are future runs being considered with the Linn Run State Park cabins being used as the meeting place. Come join us sometime!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Bills’ Bad Ass 50K


2nd Annual Bills’ Bad Ass 50K Results
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Place Name Time M/F 

1 Dave Wank 4:41:57 M  
2 John Reynolds 4:51:44 M  
3 Joshua Strzala 5:00:00 M  
4 Crystal Basich 5:05:19 F  
5 Brad Polman 5:12:00 M  
6 George Themelis 5:21:00 M  
7 Terri Lemke 5:22:40 F  
8 Chris Basich 5:26:46 M  
9 Jeannine Nicholson 5:29:03 F first 50K
10 Ladd Clifford 5:29:03 M  
11 Mike Manozzi 5:33:00 M first 50K
12 Dan Bellinger 5:36:00 M  
13 Rich Henderson 5:38:00 M  
14 Michael Moran 5:39:00 M  
15 Radames Colon 5:42:00 M first 50K
16 Matt Swetel 5:45:00 M  
17 Sue Ottogalli 5:50:38 F  
18 Bob Combs 6:08:00 M  
19 Chris Phillips 6:08:00 M  
20 Mike Shaughnessy 6:08:00 M  
21 Kevin Chiuley 6:09:00 M  
22 Todd Keserich 6:09:00 M  
23 Mark Anson 6:11:00 M  
24 Luke Landis 6:12:00 M first 50K
25 Kevin Landis 6:13:00 M  
26 Joe Jurczyk 6:14:00 M  
27 Pete Faith Whitworth 6:14:00 M  
28 Jim Brockman 6:17:00 M  
29 Shannon Fisher 6:17:00 F  
30 Dave Koch 6:20:00 M  
31 Glenn Dumonthier 6:20:00 M  
32 Charlie Bolek 6:22:45 M first 50K
33 Suzanne Weightman 6:24:00 F  
34 Chris Wagner 6:26:00 M  
35 Steve Hawthorne 6:26:00 M  
36 Rachel Nypaver 6:26:00 F  
37 Brian Perusek 6:27:00 M  
38 Bob Drake 6:31:00 M  
39 Mike Erhardt 6:34:00 M  
40 Bob Baldwin 6:34:00 M  
41 Bob Clark 6:34:00 M  
42 Erin Petit Lewis 6:35:00 F  
43 Lou Karl 6:35:00 M  
44 Paul Lefelhocz 6:44:00 M  
45 Gerald Hurd 6:45:00 M  
46 Lisa Fine 6:45:00 F  
47 Liz Ferro 6:45:00 F  
48 Austin Ashwill 6:47:00 M  
49 Suzanne Pokorny 6:48:00 F  
50 Brian Musick 6:49:00 M  
51 Kathy Goad-Wolf 6:50:00 F  
52 Kurt Osadchuk 6:53:00 M  
53 Bruce McMurray 6:55:00 M  
54 Danielle West 6:57:00 F  
55 Kirk Harrison 6:59:58 M  
56 Melissa Cairns 7:01:00 F  
57 Jeannette Spade 7:04:00 F  
58 Patty Roberts 7:05:00 F  
59 Ron Demyan 7:05:00 M  
60 Cheryl Splain 7:10:00 F  
61 Julie Bowen-Miller 7:10:00 F  
62 Tara Schweitzer 7:10:00 F  
63 Desiree Cowie 7:16:00 F  
64 Michael Kazar 7:16:00 M  
65 Daniel Davbner 7:17:00 M  
66 Denise Flores 7:23:00 F  
67 Thomas Patton 7:23:00 M  
68 Heidi Finniff 7:28:00 F  
69 Cindy Antenucci 7:29:00 F  
70 Bob Cassill 7:38:00 M  
71 Debi Glinksek 7:38:00 F  
72 Fred Davis 7:38:00 M  
73 John Herraghty 7:59:00 M first 50K
74 Jade Running 8:19:00    
75 Libby White 8:19:00 F  
76 Betty Sharpe 8:33:00 F  
77 Tim Harber 8:33:00 M  
78 Tapatha Knupile 8:50:00 F first 50K

DNF Angie Kovacs DNF    
DNF Becky Judy DNF    
DNF Beth Ann Miller DNF    
DNF Chris Casa DNF    
DNF Don Holtzapple DNF    
DNF Jennifer Branch DNF    
DNF Hjohn Buerle DNF    
DNF Kristen Perusek DNF    
DNF Mike Keller DNF    
DNF Patrick Murphy DNF    
DNF Carl Di Vita 

Photos by Mark Shelton – CLICK HERE

Photos by Laurie Colon – CLICK HERE

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Run with Scissors Marathon & Double Marathon


Congrats to the following NEO Trail members who completed the Run with Scissors Marathon/Double Marathon this past Sunday:

Double Marathon Finishers
TJ Hawk – 9:10:00 (11th overall)
Ron Ross – 9:17:00 (12th overall)
Eric Deutsch – 9:39:00 (15th overall)
Frank Dwyer – 10:45:00 (19th overall)
Paul Lefelhocz – 10:48:00 (20th overall)

Marathon Finishers
Dave Peterman – 3:49:00 (3rd overall)
Todd Hanks – 4:08:00 (6th overall)
Dan Bellinger – 4:12:00 (8th overall)
Mike Keller – 4:20:00 (13th overall)
Tanya Cady – 5:05:00 (27th overall)
Bill Wagner – 5:16:00 (31st overall)
Tara Schweitzer – 5:18:00 (33rd overall)
Dave Janosko – 5:37:00 (41st overall)
Julie Bowen-Miller – 5:38:00 (43rd overall)
Mike Halkovich – 6:07:00 (45th overall)

For complete results and photos - CLICK HERE

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Winter Run for Regis

The Winter Run for Regis event has sold out.
There will not be a wait list for this event, but you are able to swap entries.
Race website is here.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Oil Creek Trail Runs - Results

5090721257_b55ee93e92_o Congratulations to the following NEO Trail members that completed this past weekend’s Oil Creek Trail Runs in Titusville, PA:

100 Mile
Cam Baker – 20:39:32 (7th overall, 2nd age group)
Jim Harris – 20:42:11 (8th overall, 2nd age group)
Bill Losey – 28:26:35
Bob Combs – 29:44:46
Rich Vrboncic – 30:50:30
Brian Musick – 31:35:57

Kim Boner – 13:02:20 (1st female)
Roy Heger – 15:20:17
Mark Anson – 15:49:55

Lloyd Thomas – 5:03:30 (4th overall, 1st age group)
Dan Bellinger - 5:59:26 (1st age group)
Gale Connor – 10:27:34

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Oil Creek Trail Runs - This Weekend

Good luck to the following NEO Trail members that will be participating in the 2nd Annual Oil Creek Trail Runs this weekend:
100 Miler
Bob Combs
Jim Harris
Paul Lefelhocz
Bill Losey
Brian Musick
Rich Vrboncic
Mark Anson
Kim Boner
Roy Heger
Dan Bellinger
Gale Connor
Lloyd Thomas

During the runs a live webcast will be updated.
Click on the links below to track each race:
100 Mile - 100K - 50K

Monday, October 11, 2010

West Virginia Trilogy

This past weekend NEO Trail member Kim Love-Ottobre completed 2 out of the 3 runs that are a part of the West Virginia Trilogy, which is organized by the West Virginia Mountain Trail Runners. On Friday she completed the 50K in 8 hours and 57 minutes and on Sunday she finished the half marathon in 3 hours and 20 minutes. Congrats!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

October WRTR Newsletter

The October Edition of the Western Reserve Trail Running (WRTR) Newsletter has been published!

Highlights this month:

- Bobcat Trail Marathon SOLD OUT!
- 2011 Run for Regis 50K, Marathon, 1/2 Marathon registration opens this Friday
- 2011 Forget the PR Mohican 50K registration opens November 1st
- Bigfoot 50K/3-person Relay now 65% full - December 2010
- "New" Tar Hollow 50 - May 2011
- YUT-C 50K/25K Race Report
- Inaugural Leave No Trail Trail 1/2 Marathon Race Report
- Inaugural Marshall Mangler 50K on November 14th
- Run with Scissors Marathon and Double Marathon Race Preview (Halloween 2010!)
- Local Trail Runner Spotlight: Michael Patton
- 2011 Burning River 100 registration NOW OPEN

Don't get the newsletter?  Read it online here.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Grindstone 100

Congrats to NEO Trail member Dave Peterman for finishing the Grindstone 100 this past weekend in 20th place with a time of 26 hours, 45 minutes! Click here for more info and complete results.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Big Schloss FA 50K


This past weekend Bob Combs, Jim Harris, and Brian Musick completed the 8th running of The Big Schloss FA 50K. This free no frills event starts and finishes at the Trout Pond Campground in Wardensville, WV and traverses through the George Washington National Forest in WV & VA. The weather this year was sunny and in the low 80s. Results will soon be posted here. To view Brian's photos - click here.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Monday, September 13, 2010

YUT-C Update


Thanks to Mill Creek Park, the limit on the YUT-C 50K has been lifted for the first time in the race's history. Race Day Registrations WILL BE accepted! The 25K remains sold out but anyone can register for the 50K and drop at the 25K point.

Wasatch 100 Results

wasatchCongrats to NEO Trail member Bill Losey for completing the Wasatch 100 Miler in Utah this past weekend with a time of 35:12:36!  Click Here for complete results.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Wasatch 100 Tomorrow!

wasatch Good luck to NEO Trail Club member Bill Losey as he gets ready to run the Wasatch 100 in Utah tomorrow morning!  Click Here for live runner tracking during the race.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Ring

Congrats to NEO Trail Club member Kim Love-Ottobre for joining the "fellowship of the ring" this past weekend, by completing the VHTRC's annual run titled "The Ring". She has also declared her intentions to move on to the "Reverse Ring" in February... another stepping stone.

For the unititiated, The Ring is a circuit of the entire 71-mile orange-blazed Massanutten Trail in the George Washington National Forest, on the ridgelines of the eastern and western ranges of the Massanutten Mountains around the Fort Valley, roughly between Front Royal and Luray. The "trail" is hard, rocky and slow. Sections of this trail have been around in some cases for centuries, but the entire, uninterrupted, 71-mile Massanutten Trail was not completed until 2002. The Virginia Happy Trails Club immediately pounced on this trail upon completion and now every fall more runners are initiated into the Ring.

Click Here to read Kim's full report on the weekend

NEO Trail members Jim Harris and Cam Baker also ran The Ring, went off course and actually ran further, but were disqualified. Click here to read a post from Jim.

Friday, September 3, 2010

YUT-C 50K Limit Extended

The YUT-C 50K will reach it's limit today or tomorrow. However, the race director will accept more entries BUT all entries must be received ON or BEFORE Saturday, September 11th. Any entries received after this date will be returned. Note: the 25K remains sold out.


Happy Trails!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

September WRTR Newsletter

The September Edition of the Western Reserve Trail Running Newsletter has been published!

Highlights this month:
- Bigfoot 50K and 3-Person Relay already 30% full
- Comprehensive regional trail links including Google Map links (northern Ohio and western PA)
- YUT-C 50K/25K (Youngstown Ultra Trail Classic) Update
- Tar Hollow 50 in May 2011
- XTERRA 2010 Complete!
- Bills' BadAss 50K Announcement
- Top 10 Reasons to run the 2nd Annual Bobcat Trail Marathon
- The Barkcamp Race (a $15 race entry fee?  Yep!)
- Trail Runner Spotlight: Kathleen Alexander Dickson

View it online here.

Happy Trails!

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

YUT-C 50K/25K Registration Update


The YUT-C 25K is filled, but entries will be accepted until this Saturday Aug 28th.  After the 28th entry is CLOSED.  Any 25K entry received after the 28th will be returned. 

Approx. 25 spots remain for the 50K as of 8/24.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Leadville Trail 100 Results

Congrats to the 363 individuals that crossed the Leadville 100 finish line this past weekend within the 30 hour time limit. 99 of them finished sub-25 hours.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

YUT-C Registration Update


Are you still interested in running this year’s YUT-C 50K or 25K?  If so, make sure to send in your entry form ASAP as the race is now over 70% filled with 30 spots remaining in the 50K and 10 spots remaining in the 25K.  For more info, visit

Also, if you would like to preview the course with other runners, there will be a familiarization run on Saturday, August 28th, starting from the Old Log Cabin.  Park at either the upper or lower parking lot.  The GPS address to the upper parking lot is 123 McKinley Ave., Youngstown, OH.  Click this map for a view of the area:

If you have further questions, please visit the following link: