This Event Took Place Sat. Dec 13, 2014


This is a Trail Racing Over Texas Event
This is part of the 2016 Trail Racing Over Texas Cup

10% off for first responders, ems and military

* Custom Finishers Award
* Outstanding Volunteer Support
* Full Aid Stations
* Chip Timed Race


* Altra
*Trail Toes
**Hammer Nutrition
*Victory Sportsdesign
*Bearded Brothers
*Luke's Locker
*Julbo Eyewear
*Nathan Hydration


Brazos Bend 100

100Miler/50Miler/100MileRelay(5 Person)/26.2 Marathon/13.1
10 December 2016(Sat-Sun) 11 December 2016
Brazos Bend State Park-Needville, Texas


There will be a 30 HOUR CUTOFF FOR THE RACE

100 miler 5x 20.0 mile loops
100 mile relay 5 x 20.0 mile loops
50 mile 3 x 16.7 mile loops
26.2 mile 2 x 13.1 loops
13.1 miles 1 x 13.1


Thursday Dec 8th
10am-7pm Packet Pickup Luke's Locker in Houston on West Gray

Friday Dec 9th
3:00pm-7:00pm Packet Pickup BB State Park Elm Lake Pavillion

3:00pm-7:00pm Drop Bag Dropoff BB State Park Elm Lake Pavillion for Creekwood and Bayou

4:00pm-5:00pm Trail Brief BB State Park Elm Lake Pavilion

Saturday Dec 10th

Gate will open at the Park at 3am you can pay on the way out.

Shuttle buses will be running from 6a-Noon for runners at the 40 acre lake parking,nature center. We will use hale lake if needed as the backup.

4:30am-8:30am Packet Pickup BB State Park Elm Lake Pavillion

3a-5:30a Drop Bag Dropoff BB State Park Elm Lake Pavillion for Creekwood and Bayou
6:00am Start 100 Miler and 100 miler relay
7:00am Start 50 Miler
7:30am Start 26.2 Marathon
8:00am Start Half Marathon

Sunday Dec 11th
6:00 am 6th loop CUT OFF
12 noon Final Cutoff – 30hrs BB State Park Elm Lake Pavillion
1PM Drop Bags Returned BB State Park : Finish Area


The Brazos Bend 100 Miler will aim to be the fastest race in Texas and the NATION with its mostly flat course, easy aid stations and wildlife to watch its the perfect set up for some PRs and some records to be set.

Wildlife is diverse and abundant. The white-­tailed deer is the largest of more than 25 different species of mammals present, which also include bobcats, coyotes, raccoons, gray and red foxes, river otters, feral hogs and several species of rodents. Approximately 21 species of reptiles and amphibians have been recorded, and the smaller turtles, lizards, snakes and frogs are overshadowed in general interest by the American alligator, which is present mainly in the wetland areas of Elm, 40­-Acre and Pilant lakes. (Feeding/harassment of wildlife is prohibited.) Birds of 290 species have been sighted in and around the park. The diverse habitat is a haven for migratory waterfowl, a variety of shorebirds, wading birds, songbirds and raptors.

67% Finish Rate for the 100 mile in 2014 and 88% Finish Rate for the 50 mile in 2014


Brazos Bend 100 Awards, Medals and Buckles.

$2000 to any male or female who resets the fastest 100mi time on 100% TRAIL in North America.
M/12:44:33/Ian Sharman
F/14:22:00/Nicole Studer

Winners Awards100mi-50 mi-100mrelay-26.2-13.1
Male & Female

Overall 100Mi &50 Top 5 Top 2 Masters (50+)
Team Relay Top 3
Overall 26.2 & 13.1 Top 3 Top 2 Masters (50+)
Finisher Awards
Buckles all 100 mi Finishers (3)22-30 hr16-22 hrSUB 16 Hour Buckle
Medal all 50 mi Finishers
Medal all 100mi Relay Finishers
Medal 26.2 mi Finsihers
Medal 13.1 mi Finsihers

Texas Two-Step Award for those who complete the Brazos Bend 50 and Brazos Bend 100 in the same Year!!

Costume Contest- Best ugly sweater wins a $100 altra gift card!

All 100 mile entrants get BB100 outerwear for the race swag.

Local time: 7:14 AM


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Rob Goyen
Race Director