When you look around Central Texas, it's not hard to find greatness is it? With so many individuals living in the area it's not difficult to see whose talents have been recognized. But how do you find these wonderful Texans who have left their mark in history?

Seeking them out is rather a hefty challenge as the amount of people in Central Texas is rather high, so we sometimes we just have to wait when these special Texans make themselves known through any medium. Whether it be through TV, Radio, or Social Media, these Texans become the talk of the town pretty quickly don't they?

One of these individuals has made himself known, and yes he's from right here in Central Texas.

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Meet Charley Goble From Bruceville-Eddy, The National Champion Of Beard And Mustache

KWTX recently discussed Goble's both unbelievable and fantastic record. According to the news organization, after Goble's second kidney transplant, he wanted to spice things up a little bit.

He decided to begin growing a beard as according to him, "To aggravate my wife." After growing the facial hair for a while, he spotted a beard contest social media that he decided to enter. He won his first ever contest he took part in, and since then he's entered in other competitions, which mainly benefit charities.

Goble told the news organization that he take cares of the beard two hours every day, with various ways to take care of the facial hair. The care has proven fruitful, as recently his 41 ½ inch beard took the national championship while in Casper, Wyoming.

And as you can see, it's no wonder he won:

Charles Goble, KWTX/Canva
Charles Goble, KWTX/Canva

What a beautiful sight. Here's to you Goble, may that beard keep growing so you can keep your title!

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