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Clarksburg Country Run

Sunday November 3rd, 2019
Clarksburg, California
Distance: Half Marathon · 10K · 5K · 20 Mile

Clarksburg country run offers a variety of race distances 5K, 10K, Half Marathon, and 20-mile with finisher medal, and kids fun runs, and you can enjoy a hot meal after the race.

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displays approximate race location · Clarksburg CA 95612

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Bob Anderson
This is a real gem. The course is fast with plenty of aid stations.
Race Date: 01/13/2019 Distance: Half Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 1:08:14 GraysonHough 27 Davis
2nd Male 1:11:53 ReedBreuer 26 Sacramento
3rd Male 1:12:23 LupeCabada 33 Reno
4th Male 1:14:01 OscarViquez 26 San Jose
Female 1:17:57 LizaReichert 31 Los Altos
2nd Female 1:18:18 JonahWeeks 28 Davis
3rd Female 1:19:59 MeganGentes 24 Berkeley
4th Female 1:20:20 JulieWoodruff 31 Vallejo
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 1:19:04 EnriqueHenriquez 40 Hayward
M 50-59 1:26:54 MarkMurray 56 Davis
M 60-69 1:35:16 JohnHirschberger 67 San Francisco
M 70+ 1:57:54 BarryHotchkies 73 Oakland
F 40-49 1:26:18 BridgetDawes 41 Antelope
F 50-59 1:28:41 KristiRossi 50 Hillsborough
F 60-69 1:39:12 Karen MKunz 63 Rancho Cordova
Clarksburg Country Run

Event History

Paul Reese organized the first Clarksburg Country Run on November 26, 1966. Originally titled the Pepsi 20-Mile Run, Paul was a true innovator within the racing community as his race was one of the Sacramento area’s first organized runs and the largest for many years to follow. As Paul personally supported the Clarksburg Country Run during its formative years, he became a pioneer in the ultra-running community and thrilled as the Clarksburg Country Run became the first long distance road race in Northern California preceding all the current marathons.

Paul Reese passed away in November 2004 at the age of 87 but not before he was able to enjoy the growth of the Clarksburg Country Run as it served the 30 km Pacific Assocication USATF Championship for many years. Paul also founded the Lake Tahoe 72 Miler (an ultra-marathon around the lake) and the Sunkist (2-day, 100 km event). His mark on the running community is undeniable. In 2005 we were honored to carry on his memory by renaming the Clarksburg Country Run to the Paul Reese Memorial Clarksburg Country Run until 2015.

Paul Reese and our other founders desired a race that focused on two and only two elements: the needs of the runners and the benefit to the community. To this day, these two elements remain our organizers only concern. The Clarksburg Country Run will provide 4 individual races for both men and women, as well as Kids Fun Runs. In addition, our race benefits more than over a dozen local community groups

For over 51years, our races have proven to be true challenges for runners of all skill levels, while benefiting the wonderful community of Clarksburg.

Come on out and enjoy a truly memorable Fall experience.

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