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Hog’s Hunt Trail Run 2010 Results

On April 10th, the Hog’s Hunt trail run took place at the ever popular Huntsville State Park in southeast Texas. A total of 261 trail runners enjoy the 50 km and 25 km course.



The Hog’s Hunt course uses some of the same trails as Rocky Raccoon but there is enough differences to make this run unique. The 25 km clock-wise loop that also contains a couple out-and-back portions, has runners scamper over pine needle covered, rooty single track and dirt jeep roads. Assuming you lift your feet when you run, it really is a nice place to enjoy the trails.

The 50 km athletes enjoyed the loop twice.

Course map.


50 km

60 athletes wanted two loops!

David Paulson held onto a nine minute lead to win the male race in 4:15:17. Second place was a dual between Troy Sikes and Dustin Thies as 12 seconds separated the two after 50 km of racing. Sikes was able to maintain the lead at the finish line to claim second place. For those that know the course, I envision that last gradual downhill to the finish to be an all out sprint between the two.

Top 3 male:

  1. David Paulson – 4:15:17
  2. Troy Sikes – 4:24:48
  3. Dustin Thies – 4:25:00

The female race saw Christine Tokarz highlight her regional running strength to win by five minutes with a time of 4:32:52. Janice Hauge finished a strong second and seventh overall.

Top 3 female:

  1. Christine Tokarz – 4:34:52 (*6th Overall*)
  2. Janice Hauge – 4:39:56 (*7th Overall*)
  3. Heather Barnes – 4:55:58


(Male and Female 50 km winners – Paulson and Tokarz)

25 km

201 trail runners desired the one loop adventure.

The top women were strung out with five minutes separating one place to the next. Christie Lammers held the pole position to win in 2:00:38.

Top 3 female:

  1. Christine Lammers – 2:00:38
  2. Lorna Campbell – 2:04:59
  3. Rachelle B. Wilkins – 2:10:20

The male race saw Wilmer Gaviria knock nearly nine minutes off his 2009 time to win by a painful six seconds over Scott Sutherland. The run into the finish had to be exciting to watch.

Top 3 male:

  1. Wilmer Gaviria – 1:42:35
  2. Scott Sutherland – 1:42:41
  3. Skip Moschell – 1:48:23


(25 km Female and Male winners – Lammers and Gaviria (with Sutherland in blue))

The Tough-as-Nails Award

nails1The final finishers of an ultra distance event are some of the toughest athletes that are willing to stick with it to the best of their current ability and cross that darn finish line.

TheΒ Tough-as-Nails award recipients:

  • MyPhuong Lam would not be denied the 50 km finish. She crossed the line in 7:42:29.

Complete Results

Race Reports and Photos

  • Crazy – I couldn’t find a single report.
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About the author

David Hanenburg David Hanenburg is the passionate dirt-lovin' creator of Endurance Buzz and has been playing in the endurance sports world since 2000 after knockin' the dust off of his Trek 950 hardtail thanks to a friend asking to go ride some local dirt. In 2007 he ran his first ultra on the trails and fell in love with the sport and its people. For more information on David's endurance sports journey, check out the About page.

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