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Slaughter Pen Trail Run – 2010 Results

Over 60 trail runners excitedly participated in the brisk weathered Slaughter Pen trail run located in Bentonville, Arkansas. This is the fifth race in the six race series put on by LIART Sports. In consistent fashion, this event was another leg screamer with a 8.7 mile (long course) and 3.2 mile trail option.

A special thanks to LIART Sports for the collection of pics.

Course

This speedy trail race takes place at the Slaughter Pen Bike Park (now you know the reason for the race name) within the city.

The foresty and rocky course appeared to be made up of a small counter-clockwise loop (all runners) followed by a larger counter-clockwise loop (for the long course runners).

Course map

Results


8.7 mile – Long course

Stephen O’Neal was able to run an average 10 seconds per mile faster than the next chaser to win the male race in 1:09:54. Eric Boles crossed the finish second, in 1:11:25.

Top 5 male

  1. Stephen O’Neal – 1:09:54
  2. Eric Boles – 1:11:25
  3. Steve McBee – 1:15:20
  4. Geoff Rahmer – 1:19:31
  5. David Joseph – 1:20:27

The male race series lead is currently held by Jeremy Provence with one race to go!

The top two women finished in the top 10 overall with Jessi Barnes leading the female charge. Jessi finished 7th overall and won the female race in 1:20:45. Tiffany Gaulke finished 10th overall and second female in 1:20:45.

Top 5 female

  1. Jessi Barnes – 1:20:45 (*7th overall*)
  2. Tiffany Gaulke – 1:25:19 (*10th overall*)
  3. Alison Jumper – 1:28:55
  4. Keda Steinert – 1:30:08
  5. Natalie McBee – 1:31:23

Marr-lynn Flory is the female series points leader with one race to go!

Complete long course results

3.2 mile – Short course

A total of five runners ran the short course. Anna Cagle lead the small group of runners and finished first in 43:53.

All 5 runners

  1. Anna Cagle – 43:53
  2. Abby Darrah – 47:25
  3. Donna Lenz – 52:27
  4. Terry Yost – 52:58
  5. Matt Sobolewski – 1:03:50

Inspiration Point

Check out the wisest finisher. I hope this stuff fires you up as much as it does me.

  • Frank Hysell inspired others in the long course event at age 65.

Good stuff!

Race Reports and other Media

Congrats to all the runners!

Check out the TALON Race Guide

There are over 110 regional trail/ultra races in the TALON Race Guide. Be sure to check it out if you are looking for a fairly large list of events in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. New events are always being added.

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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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