2012 Bandera 100k Results and Links

Cassie Scallon and Timothy Olson outran great competition to win the Bandera 100k in Texas’ Hill Country and become the 2012 USATF 100k trail national champions. As always, the rocks and short hills were a challenge while the sotol tattooed many a shin. However, the weather was beautiful with a cool morning that gave way to warm temps (but with low humidity). That heat and the lack of shade took its toll on most during this winter-time race.

Men’s Results

  1. Timothy Olson – 8:28:40 (USATF 100k trail national champ)
  2. Dave Mackey – 8:38:30 (USATF 100k trail master national champ)
  3. Joe Uhan – 8:38:55 (MUC Western States 100 spot)
  4. Dylan Bowman – 8:40:07
  5. Nick Clark – 8:57:06
  6. Paul Terranova – 9:08:58
  7. Jesse Haynes – 9:17:07
  8. Yassine Diboun – 9:22:22
  9. Neal Lucas – 10:08:17
  10. Steven Moore – 10:12:08

Men's top five from the 2012 Bandera 100k (l-r): Timothy Olson, Dave Mackey, Joe Uhan, Dylan Bowman, and Nick Clark. Photo: Bryon Powell

Women’s Results

  1. Cassie Scallon – 9:40:20 (USATF 100k trail national champ)
  2. Liza Howard – 9:56:30
  3. Pam Smith – 10:04:51
  4. Jacqueline Palmer – 12:08:24
  5. Margaret Welk – 13:20:12
  6. Rochelle Frazeur – 14:26:00
  7. Susan Levitan – 15:19:30
  8. Kimberly Pilcher – 15:57:23
  9. Nancy Halpin – 16:10:40

Cassie Scallon (left in lavender) chasing Liza Howard (right in pink) at the midway point of the 2012 Bandera 100k. Photo: Bryon Powell

Race Reports and Resources

Men’s Race Reports and Interviews

Women’s Race Reports

Other Resources

Bonus Photo

Dylan Bowman Debowing in front Dave Mackey and Timothy Olson at the finish. Photo: Bryon Powell

Edits
1/9/12: Added race reports from Liza Howard, Timothy Olson, Darcy Africa, and Joe Uhan
1/10/12: Added race reports from Dylan Bowman, Nick Clark, and Pam Smith. Added video interviews with Timothy Olson and Cassie Scallon. Added link to the full results and updated the unofficial times.
1/13/12: Added race report from Yassine Diboun.

Bryon Powell: is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of iRunFar.com. Having spent nearly 20 years as an ultrarunner and three decades as a trail runner, he's also written Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons and co-wrote Where the Road Ends: A Guide to Trail Running. He calls Silverton, Colorado and Moab, Utah home.

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  • *Debows in front of all of you for your superior running efforts*

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  • Great photos and coverage as always. Thanks Bryon!

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  • Thanks for covering the race and thanks for the book. I've found it very useful.

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  • Debow, love it!

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  • BP, as always you do such an amazing job, thank you so much for all you do for our sport!

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  • I ran the 25k in 5:05 and change and am not in the results,can you please find me?Debra Bentley,56yr old ,Era Texas

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  • Ran the 25k am not in the results,ran in 5:05 and change,56yr old from Era Texas

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