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2014 Big Bend 50-25-10: great day for a great race
Sunny skies and great temps made for a wonderful run through Big Bend National Park.
The Big Bend 50-25-10 had a great group of runners.
Results are posted online . . . just click here.
The 2013 winner and new record holder
David Brown, 34, of Boerne, Texas, finished the 50K at 3:40:00, beating the 2011 3:47:08 record set by 39-year-old John Yoder of Houston. This is only the second time in the history of the run that the four-hour barrier was broken.
Look out, men!
Check out the results
Brother, sister win top 10K spots (again)
We had beautiful weather for the 2013 Big Bend Ultra Run and another great group of runners. Records were broken and spirits ran high.
This event would not be possible without the permission and support of Big Bend National Park’s park service staff. We also tip our hats to an army of volunteers that marches with this event. Once again, we want to thank U.S. Customs and Border Protection for its help.
For the 50K results, click here.
For the 25K results, click here.
Thanks to all the runners, volunteers, Big Bend National Park personnel, Border Patrol, Webb County, Brewster County and many others we were able to raise awareness of the park and raise more money for the Friends of Big Bend National Park.
A big thanks to all our sponsors, without whom, none of this would have been possible.
We already are planning the 2013 event and would like your feedback. Please go to our Comments & Suggestions Page and give us your thoughts. It’s all private between you and us, and you may answer any or all of the five questions.
Come visit Big Bend National Park and see what the excitement is all about.