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Jul 29 2010

Coopers Rock will ROCK this weekend

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Brian and JL have everything set up for us at Chestnut Ridge Campground and Coopers Rock.  The campground is on the north side of I68 across from the entrance to Coopers. We will leave the campground at 8am for the Day Use Parking Area in Coopers where both the 19 and 10 mile loops courses will start. So if you are drining up from Mgtn Sat morning we will meet you there around 8:15.

Brian will have some maps prepared and there will be water available on the course. Bring whatever else you feel you need. We’ll talk about all thjis Friday evening.

Jody and I will have pasta, salad and bread for all Friday evening. Looks like around 35-40 will be there for the weekend. See list and other details at this LINK.

When you come into the campground tell them you are with the wvmtr group. We’ll be at pavilion B.

Dan

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Jul 27 2010

Calling All Volunteers!

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AS 4/6 (photo: Joel Wolpert)

Well summer is slipping away and we’re less than a month away from the 3rd Annual Cheat Mountain Moonshin Madness 50M Trail Run.  I still need quite a few more volunteers for a couple of the aid-stations.  If you are interested in having a great time in the mountains, then come on out and support this club race and the runners brave enough to tackle it.  Please contact me HERE if you are interested in volunteering.

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Jul 19 2010

Rattlesnake Trail 50k Results & Final Race Report

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Saturday July 10, 2010

The 16th Rattlesnake Trail 50k is in the books. Adam Casseday was the race winner {4:27:04}. When the race began, there was a 19 year old in the lead pack {Ricky Campbell}. It was his first ultra run and a very good  run against veteran racers. Second place was Trevor Garretson {4:45:00} followed by Jack Lenhoff {4:48:12}. The race up front was much closer until Adam started pushing the uphill sections. Considering the Rattlesnake course has 10 major climbs and many intermediate uphills, Adam pushed a lot.

The women’s field was another tight race until about 22 miles. Elizabeth Minnick {5:29:18} and Sharon Marks {5:40:14} stayed close together followed 3 minutes behind by Susan Donnelly.  Sharon won’t mind me telling her age. She is 52. She has always run strong at the Rattlesnake. Last year, Susan Donnelly stopped to help a runner {my friend, John Sheets}. This year she pushed through warm temperatures to capture 3rd {6:21:06}.

Dale Fleckenstein was this years Male Masters winner {5:14:36} Local runner and all around good egg, Joni Adams took the Women’s Master division in a time of 7:12:20.

This year we had runners from 16 states and Canada. In the 16 years of the race, we have had runners from all across the country run one of the toughest and most enjoyable trail races you will find.

When the Rattlesnake Trail 50k began, my youngest son, Aaron, was just a 9 year old. My oldest, Paul, was  11. He has a son, Aidan, who is now 6. Wow, time really does go by quickly.

16 summers in a row, my wife Mary Anne and myself have either helped or race directed the Rattlesnake Trail 50k. Over the last  26 years, I have directed one run or another. This year marks our last Rattlesnake. We wanted to go out on a high note. Great finisher awards from Gauley River Pottery. Super shirts from Sport Mart and sponsorship, for the 16th year from John Sheets and Hammergel. The greatest thing we have had as well as the runners is our volunteers. Glenn Jarrell, Terry Tomlinson, Forrest and Patrick Allen, Steve and Sandy Childress, Steve Marshall, Missy Nicely, Kenneth Wheeler, June and Jerry Hicks, Joe Richards {Kanawha Amateur Radio Club}, Aaron Hamrick, Paul Hamrick, Aidan Hamrick, Kanawha State Forest and my very best friend, Mary Anne, my wife.

I have had a great time with the race. Every finisher has been special. The middle to the back are the folks I relate to the most. That’s  where I run. The last runner is always special. They are competing against the course, not other runners.

Thanks for  everything. I’ll see you out on the trails

Dennis Hamrick

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Jul 03 2010

Coopers Rock Weekend

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End of this month comes our annual camp/run/party weekend. This year it will be at Coopers Rock State Forest in northern Monongalia County.  I’ve heard from a handful of those planning to make it. Details and registration info at COOPERS ROCK!

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