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Rock/Creek’s first ever StumpJump 50k Film

For this year’s Rock/Creek StumpJump, we wanted to bring the ultra trail running experience as close to you as possible. With the work of Andrew Kornylak from Atlanta, GA, we bring you the sights, scenes, grunts and strains from this growing trail race. The entire weekend was awesome, thanks to everyone who participated as well as volunteers and Rock/Creek staff (and a little help from the beautiful weather).
An extended version with more in depth interviews will arrive later this season.
~ Rock/Creek

2009 Rock/Creek StumpJump 50K Ultra from Rock/Creek on Vimeo
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2009 FINAL results posted:  11 Miler  |  50k
Now in it’s 9th year running, the Rock/Creek StumpJump is gaining national recognition and prestige as one of the top 50k trail runs in the country, with racers from 20 states in attendance. This year’s race will go down in Rock/Creek Trail Series history as the beginning of something tremendous for Southeast trail running, acting as a magnet for running talents and sponsored athletes such as Dean Karnazes (The North Face), Krissy Moehl and Bryan Dayton (Vasque) as well as hometown heroes like Josh Wheeler and Jaclyn Greenhill. Moehl, who also represents Patagonia, had just come from a victory at the Tour de Mont Blanc, and decided not to race but was on hand to volunteer.
Thanks to all volunteers and especially the race sponsors! Rock/Creek, SmartWool, Salomon, The North Face, Marmot, Vasque Project, Hammer Nutrition, Patagonia, La Sportiva, Deuter, Columbia, END Footwear, Greenlife Grocery, Trail Runner Magazine, and Southern Sprint Water.
For more race information, visit rockcreek.com/stumpjump/
Produced by Andrew Kornylak akornphoto.com

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  • Mayweather

    Hey, I’m part of the trail running team as well! Thats what gets me up in the morning, well.. that and my hot cup of joe! 😀 I’ve been following the site for a while and its always amazing to me how many trail joggers are oblivious when it comes to wilderness survival. Accidents happen, please inform yourselfs and stay safe my friends.