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The Maze Trail Run – Rogue Trail Series #1 – 2011 Results

Race numero uno of the Rogue Trail Series was celebrated on March 20th at The Maze trail run located at Walnut Creek Metro Park within Austin, Texas. Over 220 runners mixed it up in either the 30 km or 10 km adventure.

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This established urban trail is scattered with a variety of turns, climbs, and some wet toe opportunities.

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The results mention the 10 km as a two loop adventure and 30 km a triple.

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30 km

Backing up his win at the TnT 50 km a couple weeks back, Paul Terranova revved up the RPMs with a 7:09 min/mile average pace to win the male race in 2:13:27.  Noah Moos finished just under seven minutes behind Paul to finish a strong second.

Top 5 male

  1. Paul Terranova – 2:13:27
  2. Noah Moos – 2:20:14
  3. Andrew McHenry – 2:28:06
  4. Manuel Oaxaca – 2:28:44
  5. Bill Patience – 2:32:21

Paul Terranova (333) seemingly walking on water. (Photo: Copyright Josh Baker /

The male race had a fair amount of separation between runners at the front, the female race displayed a similar trend.

Dena Curry (2011 Bandera 25 km – 2:50) led the pointy-end of the female adventure and averaged 8:41 min/miles to win the race by 10 minutes in 2:42:01. Monique Ecker finished second in 2:52:07.

Top 5 female

  1. Dena Curry – 2:42:01
  2. Monique Ecker – 2:52:07
  3. Cynthia Henges – 3:01:00
  4. Katherine Redden – 3:05:30
  5. Richelle Criswell – 3:05:52

Dean Curry pushing through the finish! (Photo: Copyright Josh Baker /

Complete 30 km results

10 km

Less than two minutes separated Sabine Bildstein and Shae Rainer as they inspired each other for the female win. Shae was able to create the separation and win with a 7:01 min/mile average pace and finish time of 43:38. Sabine crossed the line second in 45:25.

Top 5 female

  1. Shae Rainer – 43:38 (*7th overall*)
  2. Sabine Bildstein – 45:25 (*10th overall*)
  3. Laura Kline – 47:25
  4. Jamie Patterson – 47:58
  5. Holly Gureski – 48:40

Shae Rainer gliding across the creek crossing. (Photo: Copyright Josh Baker /

The front of the male race was a constant stream of runners every30-60 seconds. Any let-up and you would likely see a blur of running mass passing on your left.  Patrick Hitchins guided all runners with his 6:22 min/mile pace to win the male race in 39:37. Just over one minute later, Waylon Calabrese (2011 Nueces 25 km – 1:59:12) dashed across the line with a 40:39.

Top 5 male

  1. Patrick Hitchins – 39:37
  2. Waylon Calabrese – 40:39
  3. Matt Demartino – 41:33
  4. Alan Langham – 42:08
  5. Dan Carroll – 43:15

My guess at Patrick Hitchins. Too much denim hiding the number. 🙂 (Photo: Copyright Josh Baker /

Complete 10 km results

Inspiration Point

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

  • Vonda Lee Adorno celebrated the 10 km journey at age 76.

Life is play. Play is life.

Vonda lookin' strong! (Photo: Copyright Josh Baker /

Race Reports, Photos, and other Groovy Media

I was able to find this extremely sweet video by the Georgetown Trail Runners [10 min].

(If you can’t see the video, click here.)

If you have an experience or thought to share from the event, please feel free to include in the comment link below.

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Trail running is this much fun! (Photo: Copyright Josh Baker /

Special thanks to Josh Baker at AzulOx Photography for the amazing collection of photos you see above.

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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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