This page was last updated on: 12/21/2014
This site is maintained by retired Lt. Ken George of the Santa Maria Police Department.
(805) 928-3781, ext. 7672
JEREMAI NOE VICARIO
7:30 AM10K Run / Walk (ages 5 and above) 8:00 AM5K Run / Walk (ages 5 and above) 9:30 AM.5K Kid's Run (ages 2-5) 9:40 AM1K Kid's Run (ages 6-9)
5K & 10KAdults - $25 5K & 10KYouth - $25 (under 18) .5K & 1K Kid's - $15 (ages 2-9)
*** Youth under 9 running the 5K or 10K pay $20
Active military personnel receive a $5 discount
Get Involved with the Bull Canyon Run:
Top finisher in each age group receives a plaque. Age groups are in 5-year age groups starting at age 5.
Overall champion in each race M/F receives a plaque.
Top boy and girl in kid's races get a plaque.
Each 5-year age group has a gold, silver and bronze medal. The rest get a participation medal.
First 3 finishers in the kid's race (boy & girl), get the gold, silver, bronze medal. The rest get a participation medal.
All participants get a custom Bull Canyon Run t-shirt. Sizes are y-sm, y-med, a-sm, a-med, a-large,
a-xlarge, a-xxlarge & a-xxxlarge. We have to pre-order the shirts 2 weeks prior to the event so we cannot guarantee your requested shirt size.
Bib numbers will not be mailed. After you register, you will get a confirmation letter and race day details. Bib numbers are picked up on race day in the staging area.
Enter north on Panther from Main Street. Parking is available at Pioneer Valley High School and along panther Drive.
From the US 101, drive east on Main Street to Panther Drive. Drive north on Panther and park.
2014 5K Champions (Men)
1st Brian Santiago, Santa Maria 16:34
2nd Jason Blank, San Luis Obispo, 17:04
3rd Steven Youngblood, Santa Maria, 17:09
2014 5K Champions (Women)
1st Kiana Kawatachi, Santa Maria, 18:48
2nd Leslie Miller, Santa Maria, 21:12
3rd Taylor Jone, Arroyo Grande, 21:20
2014 10K Champions (Men)
1st Ben Walker, Templeton, 37:21
2nd Francisco Mujica, Santa Maria, 37:42
3rd Jeremy Nagy, Paso Robles, 38:13
2014 10K Champions (Women)
1st Kathryn Arceneaux, Pismo Beach, 46:06
2nd Kimberly Arguijo, Santa Maria, 46:07
3rd Christy Navarrete, Lompoc, 47:27
" Where the energy & drive of a single human being causes hundreds to reach out and touch the hearts of thousands "
The Bull Canyon Run is a Law Enforcement Torch Run sponsored event. LETR is a world-wide organization that raises money and awareness for Special Olympics. This event is open to the public and is a fund raiser for Special Olympics. Money is raised through entry fees and sponsorships.