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November 18-19, 2023

100K, 50K, 15K Trail Endurance Race

RACE OVERVIEW

The Texas Ultra Running Championship is a 100K, 50K, and 15K trail run held on Lake Georgetown near the Texas Hill Country. Featuring beautiful scenery and challenging rocky, dirt, and grass trails with over 4600 feet of elevation gain for the 100K event, the race follows a 31.1 Mile looped course and a unique route for the 15K, beginning and ending at the Russell Park.

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Course Overview

- Surface: Majority dirt single track in addition to rocky areas, paved trails, and grass tracks.
- Course: Good Water Loop
- Elevation: Up and down climbing with a handful of climbs showing 2300 feet elevation every 31.1M loop.
- Location: Russell Park (2101 Co Rd 262, Georgetown, TX 78633)

- Weather: Historic Average 46-69 degree middle of November weather. 

100K Qualifier

Texas Ultra 100K Championship

The Top 10 Males and Top 10 Females that run the farthest distance of a Texas Ultra race will qualify for the Texas Ultra 100K Championship for a chance to win thousands of dollars and the Texas Ultra Running Championship Title.

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Location/Schedule

Location/Schedle

The start and finish area is located at Russell Park.

(2101 Co Rd 262, Georgetown, TX 78633)


Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Race Week

Setup & Course Marking - We could use help and have volunteers!

 

Friday

All Day -  Drop Bag Dropoff

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Packet Pickup

 

Saturday

5:00 AM to 9:00 AM - Packet Pickup

7:00 AM - 100K Chamionship Start

7:15 AM - 100K Mass/Non-Competitive Start

8:00 AM - 50K Start

9:00 AM - 15K Start

Sunday

7:00 AM - Race Cutoff (24 hours)

All Day - Take Down & Pickup Course Marking - We will need all the help we can get, volunteer!

 

Monday

All Day - Take Down & Pickup Course Marking - We will need all the help we can get, volunteer!

Participants will receive their Bib and Race T-Shirt at packet pickup.

Race Descriptions

Race Descriptions

100K Championship/100K Non-Competitive - Two loops
Runners will run a total of 62.2 miles. The elevation gain is around 4600ft of climbing and descending. Water will be available every 3-6 Miles. Full aid stations with hot/cold foods will be available every 6-10 miles per loop.

50K Runners - One loop

Runners will run a total of 31.1 miles. The elevation gain is around 2300ft of climbing and descending. Water will be available every 3-6 Miles. Full aid stations with hot/cold foods will be available every 6-10 miles per loop.

15K Runners - One modified loop
Runners will run a total of 9.86 miles. The elevation gain is around 880ft of climbing and descending. Water station will be available at Mile 3.9/5.95. The aid station will be available at the start and finish.

Awards/Race Swag

Awards/Race Swag

Every runner will get a Texas Ultra Running Championship Craft Sportswear long-sleeve shirt and all finishers will receive a collectible finisher race medal that matches with the other Texas Ultra Race medals. 100K Finishers will receive a Texas Ultra belt buckle.

100K Championship

1st Place Male/Female - $1,000 each & 1st Place Trophy

2nd Place Male/Female - $500 each & 2nd Place Trophy

3rd Place Male/Female - 3rd Place Trophy

Top 5 Male/Female - Pair of New Craft Sportswear Shoes

Finishers receive golden Texas Ultra Running Championship Belt Buckle

100K Non-Competitive

Finishers receive a silver Texas Ultra Belt Buckle & Finisher Medal

50K/15K
Finishers receive Texas Ultra Finisher Medal

Course/Aid Stations

Course Map/Aid Stations

100K/50K Course Map - Click here to view the course map
15K Course Map - Click here to view the 15K course

For elevation profile, click the mountain icon in bottom left corner within the links^


Trail Markers
The course will be marked with orange signs and ties with reflective tape to help mark the course. Signs with arrows will be used to show which way to run and ties will let you know you're going the right way.


Aid Stations
Main Aid Station (Start/Finish Area Mile)
The main aid station will be manned by a few volunteers and will have water, electrolytes, pickle juice,

fruits, and hot/cold foods.

Overlook Aid Station (Mile 7.34)

The main aid station will be manned by a few volunteers and will have water, electrolytes, pickle juice,

fruits, and hot/cold foods.

Parking: Yes

Drop bag: Yes

Country Club Water Station (Mile 11.1)

The main aid station will be manned by one or two volunteers and will have water.

Parking: No

Drop bag: No

Lone Star Aid Station (Mile 15.4)

The main aid station will be manned by a few volunteers and will have water, electrolytes, pickle juice,

fruits, and hot/cold foods.

Parking: Yes

Drop bag: Yes

No Man Water Station (Mile 19.7)

The main aid station will not be manned and will have water.

Parking: No

Drop bag: No

Tejas Aid Station (Mile 25.1)

The main aid station will be manned by a few volunteers and will have water, electrolytes, pickle juice,

fruits, and hot/cold foods.

Parking: Yes

Drop bag: Yes

Lodging

Pacers

More Info

Coming Soon

Additional Information

Volunteer - Click Here  or Email Us (see below)

Event Contact - Briston Rains TexasOutlawRunning@gmail.com

Texas Outlaw Running Company

Instagram - @TexasOutlawRunning
Facebook - Texas Outlaw Running Company
YouTube - Texas Outlaw Running Company
Twitter - @RunningOutlaw

Click Here to register as a pacer.

Only allowed for 100K runners.

Only 1 pacer per runner & can only start on second loop.

Sponsor

The Pickle Juice Company will be sponsoring their Pickle Juice for the race. You will see their juice available at main aid station.

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