24 Hours The Hard Way/ The Double Dirty Dozen

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The 1st Oklahoma Ultrarunning Championships

On October 24th and 25th Bluff Creek will host a pair of 24 Hour races.

24 The Hard Way will pit participants against a 1 mile loop of pavement and offer a chance to set a new Oklahoma State record.

The Double Dirty Dozen will test participants endurance against the undulating terrain of the Bluff Creek Trails.

Co-directing 24 The Hard Way are Chisholm Deupree (accomplished endurance runner and sometime race director) and David Wood (race director for the Redman Triathlon). Co-directing the Double Dirty Dozen are Bret Sholar (race director of the Boathouse International Triathlon and the Draper Duathlon) and Thomas Hill (president of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon). Both races are being produced in partnership with Piraña Brothers Event Managment.

Each race will feature a 6, 12 and 24 hour category as well as a 1 hour run Friday evening. The runs will benefit the United Way of Oklahoma.

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