Bramley running Mt. Evan’s Ascent in honor of her late father

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Bramley running Mt. Evan’s Ascent in honor of her late father

Fort Lewis junior to honor her dad’s record run of 1977
Rebecca Bramley (234) will compete in the Mt. Evans Ascent race this weekend. It is the 40th anniversary of her father, John Bramley, setting a course record on the run. The record stood for 31 years.
John Bramley was one of the top runners in the U.S. in the 1970s. He set the record on the 14.5-mile Mt. Evans Trophy Run in 1977, and the record stood for 31 years. Now, 40 years later, his daughter, Rebecca Bramley, will run the race in his honor. John Bramley died in 2009 in a fall on Long’s Peak.
Rebecca Bramley (12) didn’t start running competitively until college, when she walked onto the Fort Lewis College team. Now, she holds the school record for the 5-kilometer distance.
Courtesy of Fort Lewis College athletics

Rebecca Bramley (234) played soccer growing up and was always a good athlete, but now she has found a love for running ever since moving to Durango for college.
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Bramley running Mt. Evan’s Ascent in honor of her late father

Rebecca Bramley (234) will compete in the Mt. Evans Ascent race this weekend. It is the 40th anniversary of her father, John Bramley, setting a course record on the run. The record stood for 31 years.
John Bramley was one of the top runners in the U.S. in the 1970s. He set the record on the 14.5-mile Mt. Evans Trophy Run in 1977, and the record stood for 31 years. Now, 40 years later, his daughter, Rebecca Bramley, will run the race in his honor. John Bramley died in 2009 in a fall on Long’s Peak.
Rebecca Bramley (12) didn’t start running competitively until college, when she walked onto the Fort Lewis College team. Now, she holds the school record for the 5-kilometer distance.
Courtesy of Fort Lewis College athletics

Rebecca Bramley (234) played soccer growing up and was always a good athlete, but now she has found a love for running ever since moving to Durango for college.
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