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Jacob Nur and Jenny Hitchings

Jacob Nur and Jenny Hitchings Break AG National Records at Buffalo Stampede

Jacob and Jenny continue their incredible running performances. Jacob broke the national record for his age group (65-69) with a time of exactly 1:01:00, a mile pace of 6:06. The old record of 1:02:07 had been in place since 1989.

Jenny broke her own record (AG 55-59) from 2018 by 5 seconds and was right on Jacob's heels with a finishing time of 1:01:15. That is a mile pace of 6:08.

Congratulations to both of these exceptional athletes.

47th Annual Buffalo Stampede 10 and 4 Mile Run/Walk

Sunday, September 12, 2021

The Buffalo Stampede 10 Mile Run – the race that kicked off Sacramento’s road race tradition! Now celebrating 45 years, the Stampede also features a 4 mile run/walk. Both courses travel through Sacramento’s River Park neighborhood. The 10 mile course also includes the levees along the American River and the Guy West Bridge.

Continuing The Challenge: New 10-Mile Course Record

For 2021, there will be a $250 incentive to set a new 10 mile course record for open men and women.

The scenic course is part of the Buzz Oates RunSac Race Series.

As the sister race to the Urban Cow Half Marathon, the Buffalo Stampede is the perfect training distance for this great event, and for your other fall half-marathons. So don’t miss out! It is one of the five events the Buffalo Chips Running Club sponsors each year, including the free Fourth of July Five Mile Run in River Park, Susan B. Anthony Women’s 5K, Jed Smith Ultra, and Willow Hill USATF Cross Country.

As always, the Buffalo Stampede benefits youth running in Sacramento, including the Youth Chips. The Buffalo Chips Running Club is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing public participation in running and walking as a recreational and healthful exercise, and to providing opportunities for competition in the sport of running by organizing running related activities in the community.