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Wobble Gobble Provides Challenging Course

The 2nd annual 5-mile race held at the Wyman Center enables athletes to enjoy the beauty of Eureka's woodsy charm.

Dubbed the most scenic and challenging trail race in the St. Louis area, the 2nd annual hosted Nov. 19 by the in attracted 49 brave athletes.

Wyman Center race organizer Jeff Clark said the trail features a 5-mile course that combines flat roads, wooded trails, creeks and several elevation changes. "Walkers are also welcome just to enjoy the fabulous fall colors," he said.

Entry fee was $40 each, with proceeds benefiting the Wyman Teens program.

For a complete list of 2011 Wobble Gobble participants and their race times, click here. Judy Poppinghaus emerged as the overall winner.

Eureka-based Wyman Center is a nonprofit organization nationally recognized as experts in developing teens. Wyman’s Teen Outreach Program (TOP) is a national program currently being delivered to 40,000-plus teens by certified partner organizations.

Jeff Clark December 01, 2011 at 02:52 PM
Thanks to all who came out. We had a great day! Special thanks to Walmart of Eureka who donated the largest frozen turkey in their case AND all the fixings for a Thankgiving dinner that we used as first and second prize.

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