Monte's Pics 2017

Clarksville Runners (Matthew, Wayne, Dorothy, Mary Kay)

RESULTS

Course Description Start and finish at the one-table shelter at New Johnsonville Historic Area, Waverly. After start onthe main access road, the course goes to a turnaround before the railroad crossing by Hwy 70. Same way back. Flat, fast and deemed to be the easiest of all courses on the Running Tour, despite the unpaved, gravel road. Course History Originally started and designed by Paul Haase in 1992 and called Nathan Bedford Forrest Charge. The name was changed in 1995 in order to not be confused with Nathan Bedford State Park across the river. The race was organized by Waverly Rotary Club. The race is famous for its lack of a real shelter and fabulous post-race beef stew. Used to be known for having the oldest race workers on the Tour, average age approx. 70+.  After Paul’s 2005 fatal bicycle crash, while warming up for the National Senior Olympic Triathlon Championship in Pittsburgh, the race was managed by Clarksville Running Club. In 2008 the race was managed by Mike Bell and Jackson Road Runners. The race was taken over in 2009 by Tennessee Valley Road Runners, Waverley, and moved to February 2010. The flood of May 2010 washed out the road but it was restored in time for the 2011 event. In 2012, Amy Wimmer's (Cox) course record (31 26) from 1996 was broken. In 2013 Kirsten bettered her own record by another 13 seconds. From 2014 Angela Redden is the new race director. Course Records

2003               Ben Mulvaney           26 00 CR                  Jennifer Segovia      32 45 

2013               Jeff Hoover, Bon Aqua        27 45              Kirsten Sass, McKenzie     30 43 CR

Post race party at Loretta Lynn's Kitchen in 2007