The Texas Ultra Running Championship
The Texas Ultra Running Championship is a 100K, 50K, and 15K trail run held on Lake Georgetown near the Texas Hill Country. Featuring beautiful scenery and challenging rocky, dirt, and grass trails with over 4600 feet of elevation gain for the 100K event, the race follows a 31.1 Mile looped course and a unique route for the 15K, beginning and ending at the Russell Park.
To qualify for the 100K Championship, win the cash prize, and the Texas Ultra Championship Title, one must place Top 10 Male or Female in one of the following races; East Texas Ultra 50K, North Texas Ultra 100K, or South Texas Ultra 50K.
Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following Texas Outlaw Running events.
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