Monday, 4 July 2005

Hardrock 100

Hardrock 100 website| Stats summary
The Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run kicks off from Silverton, Colorado on Friday July 8th.
This is possibly the toughest single stage mountain race in the world, and has possibly the most complicated ballot system for any race in the world. The 100-mile route has over 33,000' of ascent, a highpoint of 14,048' at Handies Peak, and a record time of 26 hours 39 minutes.
The only Brit I know mad enough to take part is Tim Laney. Good luck to him!
Postscript: Well done to Tim who finished in a fantastic 5th position in 31:46:50.
Live results here| Final Results

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