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24 The Hard Way / Double Dirty Dozen – 2011 Results

OK, falling behind on results. Using the Sprint version instead of the Ultra format! 🙂 Let’s get to it!

On October 22-23, a full weekend of loopy hard-top or off-road running took place at Bluff Creek in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for the 24 The Hard Way (pavement) and Double Dirty Dozen (trail) 24 hour events.

Photo: Copyright Biff Stephens

The pavement scamper is approximately a one mile asphalt loop that includes a few gentle rollers. Run 24, 12, or 6 hours. The number of loops is your result!

The dirt scamper is approximately a two mile loop that contains some short grades, rocks, and smiling roots. Enjoy this dirt scamper for 24,12, or 6 hours.

Results

Consistent forward progress. (Photo: Copyright Biff Stephens)

24 Hour (hard-top)

Scott Eppelman averaged an 11:27 min/mile pace to win the male race with 129 laps.

Scott Eppelman running relaxed. (Photo: Copyright Biff Stephens)

David Jones accumulated the second greatest number of laps with 120.

Top 5 male

  1. Scott Eppelman (TX) – 129 laps
  2. David Jones (TN) – 120 laps
  3. Mark Williams (CA) – 116 laps
  4. Frank Pellegrino (NY) – 103 laps
  5. Bryon Lane (NY) – 94 laps

Oklahoma City locals, Kelly Emmert and Adi Mccasland, pushed the effort at the front of the female race with both aquiring over 100 miles and finishing within the top five overall. Kelly was able to to create a six lap gap after 24 hours to win the female race with 111 laps and earn fourth overall.

Adi earned second female and fifth overall with 101.93 miles.

Top 5 female

  1. Kelly Emert (OK) – 111 laps (*4th overall*)
  2. Adi Mccasland (OK) – 105 laps (*5th overall*)
  3. Marie Boyd (CA) – 90 laps (*8th overall*)
  4. Kimberley Sergeant (TX) – 81 laps (*10th overall*)
  5. Suzanna Bon (CA) – 78 laps

Complete 24 hour results

12 Hour (hard-top)

Carol Swanson separated herself from the remaining females and ran 65 laps, finishing third overall and first female.

Alicia Judy dashed off one more lap within a group of four to earn second with 57 laps.

Top 5 female

  1. Carol Swanson (OK) – 65 laps (*3rd overall*)
  2. Alicia Judy (OK) – 57 laps (*6th overall*)
  3. Sharon Barrows Cooper (OK) – 56 laps (*8th overall*)
  4. Angela Hanna (OK) – 56 laps (*9th overall*)
  5. Carroll Wright (OK) – 56 laps (*10th overall*)

Angela Morris on her way to 52 laps! (Photo: Copyright Biff Stephens)

After a 74 lap scamper, Michael Miller wins the male race with Dan Keefe finishing second with 66 laps.

Top 5 male

  1. Michael Miller (AZ) – 74 laps
  2. Dan Keefe (OK) – 66 laps
  3. Kevin Kline (TX) – 62 laps
  4. Eric Cayot (OK) – 57 laps
  5. Pete Richardson (OK) – 57 laps

Complete 12 hour results

6 Hour (hard-top)

Justin Chan created a two lap gap to win the male race with 34 laps.

Maurice Lee III was alone in second with 32 laps.

Top 5 male

  1. Justin Chan (OK) –  34 laps
  2. Maurice Lee III (OK) – 32 laps
  3. Beau Lee (OK) – 28 laps
  4. Terry Yeager (OK) – 28 laps
  5. Chuck Kaminski (OK) – 27 laps

The journey. (Photo: Biff Stephens)

Kimberly Miller finished third overall and won the female race with 29 laps.

Alisha Shutler earned second female and eighth overall with 26 laps.

Top 5 female

  1. Kimberly Miller (AZ) – 29 laps (*3rd overall*)
  2. Alisha Shutler (OK) – 26 laps (*8th overall*)
  3. Trish Borman (TX) – 26 laps (*9th overall*)
  4. Karen Riley (OK) – 24 laps
  5. Jill McCall (TX) – 24 laps

Complete 6 hour results

To the dirt!

24 Hour (trail)

Keith Harrison looped through the off-road trails for 67 laps and won the male race.

Rian held strong for second with 59 laps.

Top 5 male

  1. Keith Harrison (OK) – 67 laps
  2. Rian Brown (OK) – 59 laps
  3. John Battaliou (OK) – 51 laps
  4. Jeffrey Wolf (OK) – 36 laps
  5. Chap Williams (OK) – 34 laps

Jeff Martens enjoying the trail. (Photo: Copyright Biff Stephens)

Joyce Ong stopped running with an hour yet on the clock. This allowed Molly Gibb to move ahead and win the female race with 50 laps and finish third overall.

Joyce Ong maintained second with 47 laps.

Top 5 female

  1. Molly Gibb (CO) – 50 laps (*3rd overall*)
  2. Joyce Ong (VA) – 47 laps (*4th overall*)
  3. Sarah Bell (OK) – 32 laps (*8th overall*)
  4. Lace Thompson (OK) – 32 laps (*9th overall*)
  5. Tracy Sowinski (OK) – 30 laps

Complete 24 hour dirt results

12 Hour (trail)

A smilin’ group of four runners total ran this one.

How did they do?

All four

  1. David McCaghren (TX) – 20 laps
  2. Brandi Salsman (OK) – 17 laps
  3. Katharine Miller (OK) – 16 laps
  4. Gary Garson (TX) – 16 laps

Complete 12 hour results

6 Hour (trail)

Nancy Shidler ran one extra lap than the next chaser, to win the female race with 13 laps.

Peggy Wood knock out a dozen laps for second.

Top 5 female

  1. Nancy Shidler – 13 laps (*2nd overall*)
  2. Peggy Wood – 12 laps (*3rd overall*)
  3. Kimberly Bridgford – 10 laps
  4. Melissa Stone – 9 laps
  5. Alison Hansen – 8 laps

Photo: Copyright Biff Stephens

Cole Crosby created a four lap gap to win the male race with lucky number 14.

Charlie Chandonia finished second with 10 laps.

Top 5 male

  1. Cole Crosby – 14 laps
  2. Charlie Chandonia – 10 laps
  3. Jay Norman – 10 laps
  4. Nels Bentson – 10 laps
  5. Bobby Babcock – 9 laps

Complete 6 hour (trail) results

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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.

4 Responses to “24 The Hard Way / Double Dirty Dozen – 2011 Results”

  1. on 11 Nov 2011 at 5:27 pm Daniel Alexander

    David,

    Does anyone know the actual mileage for the trail run? I am looking forward to running this event next year. I found out about it about a week before the event and had prior commitments. I was looking at the overall results from the different trail events and the mileage for some of the finishers is throwing me off.

  2. on 11 Nov 2011 at 8:29 pm David Hanenburg

    Daniel – I was comparing some miles/laps and they weren’t making sense to me either at times, so I decided to stick with laps since I assumed those numbers would be accurate.

    If someone from the race doesn’t respond, I will ping the RD and see if he can clarify the distance.

  3. on 22 Nov 2011 at 9:31 am Tim Taft

    Trail path is approximately 2 miles. However, with the rain/thunderstorms this year, they had to move the trail after the rain to an alternate route to save the trail/park. That is probably why the numbers were off.

  4. on 22 Nov 2011 at 10:09 am David Hanenburg

    Thanks for the insight Tim! I really appreciate it.