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Joe Manchin III, Governor

Frank Jezioro, Director


News Release : June 12, 2007


Hoy Murphy , Public Information Officer (304) 558-3381
Randy Murphy , Twin Falls Resort State Park (304) 294 –4000

24 th Annual Bear Hole Road Race at Twin Falls Resort State Park July 21

Twin Falls Resort State Park in Mullens, West Virginia, will host its annual Bear Hole Road Race on July 21, 2007.  The Bear Hole Road Race is named for Bear Hole Fork Road over which the race is held.  It will feature three events: 10K runners’ race, 5K non-competitive recreational walk and a one-mile children’s fun run. 

  This race follows a course full of turns as it meanders through the nearly 4,000-acre hemlock forest of the state park. This race is particularly challenging because it features a long downhill portion that becomes an uphill section after the turnaround point.  Runners in the 10K race who rank in the first three places in their age categories will receive Bear Hole trophies. Winners of the children’s fun run will also be awarded trophies.

  Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and will conclude at 8:45 a.m. The 10K race begins at 9 a.m.  A 5K recreational walk will begin at 8:30 a.m.  Children (10 years of age and younger) may participate in a one-mile fun run. All race participants will be placed into categories based upon age.  There will be a 14 and younger category, and then, starting at age 15, the categories will be in five year increments up to age 70 and older.

  The registration fee for the 10K run is $12. Early registration fee before July 14 for the 10K run is $10.  Registration for recreational walkers is $8 and $7 for the fun run.  All runners and walkers will receive a T-shirt.

  For more information about the Bear Hole Road Race or to receive a registration form, please call Twin Falls Resort State Park at (304) 294-4000 or call 1-800-CALL WVA and ask for Twin Falls State Park.


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