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2013 World 24 hour Championship May 11-12 (Read 64 times)

DoppleBock


    Retired 1/1/13 ... Tired of being broken and fat  ... New goal 12/29/15 - To be able to enjoy running 4-5 hours through the woods again in 2016.

     

     


    Uh oh... now what?

      Another Web site... has a few pictures and you can post:

       

      http://24hour.ultraloopsteenbergen.nl/index.php/en

        1 188 Toshiro Naraki   JPN M35 40 92,565 07:15:52 12,742
        2 240 Andrzej Radzikowski   POL MSR 39 90,251 07:06:09 12,707
        3 192 Mikie Sakane   JPN V35 38 87,937 07:08:40 12,309
        4 2 Jon Olsen   USA M35 38 87,937 07:14:17 12,150
        5 248 Anatoly Kruglicov   RUS M55 38 87,937 07:14:59 12,130
        6 198 Valdis Nilovs   LAT M35 38 87,937 07:16:06 12,099
        7 239 Piotr Sawicki   POL M35 38 87,937 07:16:12 12,096
        8 187 Ryo Abiko   JPN M35 37 85,623 07:05:02 12,087
        9 197 Janis Actins   LAT M40 37 85,623 07:06:00 12,060
        10 243 Ireneusz Czapiga   POL M45 37 85,623 07:09:40 11,957
        11 186 Shuhei Odani   JPN MSR 37 85,623 07:09:50 11,952
        12 155 Ioannis Kouros   GRE M55 37 85,623 07:10:54 11,922
        13 171 Ivan Cudin   ITA M35 37 85,623 07:11:31 11,906
        14 241 Pawel Szynal   POL M35 37 85,623 07:12:20 11,883
        15 190 Yasuhiro Hiura   JPN M50 37 85,623 07:13:12 11,859
        16 225 Gjermund Sørstad   NOR MSR 37 85,623 07:15:54 11,786
        17 122 Denis Morel   FRA M40 37 85,623 07:16:17 11,776
        18 142 Elizabeth Hawker   GBR V35 37 85,623 07:16:41 11,765
        19 250 Andrey Zemtsov   RUS M45 36 83,309 07:03:39 11,799
        20 117 Christian Dilmi   FRA M45 36 83,309 07:04:55 11,764
        21 252 Timur Ponomarev   RUS MSR 36 83,309 07:05:23 11,751
        22 247 Vladimir Bychkov   RUS M45 36 83,309 07:05:36 11,745
        23 3 Joe Fejes   USA M45 36 83,309 07:08:34 11,664
        24 189 Takahisa Furukita   JPN MSR 36 83,309 07:09:32 11,637
        25 6 John Dennis   USA MSR 36 83,309 07:10:43 11,605
        26 118 Ludovic Dilmi   FRA M45 36 83,309 07:10:54 11,601
        27 191 Mami Kudo   JPN V45 36 83,309 07:11:10 11,593
        28 120 Jean-François Harruis   FRA M50 36 83,309 07:14:35 11,502
        29 121 Christophe Martin   FRA M40 36 83,309 07:15:25 11,480
        30 227 Joar Flynn Jensen   NOR M45 36 83,309 07:16:31 11,451
        31 146 Florian Reus   GER MSR 35 80,995 07:07:30 11,368
        32 249 Semen Dedyukin   RUS M55 35 80,995 07:09:27 11,316
        33 103 Jari Tomppo   FIN M45 35 80,995 07:10:19 11,293
        34 169 Daniele Baranzini   ITA M40 35 80,995 07:12:00 11,250
        35 9 Sabrina Little   USA VSR 35 80,995 07:15:15 11,166
        36 136 Matt Moroz   GBR M35 35 80,995 07:15:40 11,155
        37 160 Szilvia Lubics   HUN V35 35 80,995 07:16:02 11,145
        38 170 Federico Borlenghi   ITA M35 35 80,995 07:16:39 11,130
        39 84 Jose Luis Posado Perez   ESP M55 34 78,680 07:03:08 11,157
        40 172 Tiziano Marchesi   ITA M40 34 78,680 07:03:48 11,139
        41 175 Paolo Rovera   ITA M35 34 78,680 07:03:48 11,139
        42 199 Ainars Zellis   LAT M40 34 78,680 07:03:51 11,138
        43 226 Bjørn Tore Kronen Tarange   NOR MSR 34 78,680 07:03:58 11,135
        44 137 Robbie Britton   GBR MSR 34 78,680 07:03:59 11,135
        45 228 Peter Tubaas   NOR M40 34 78,680 07:04:09 11,130
        46 81 Luis Santiago Iglesias   ESP M40 34 78,680 07:04:42 11,116
        47 119 Emmanuel Fontaine   FRA M40 34 78,680 07:05:48 11,087
        48 8 Connie Gardner   USA V45 34 78,680 07:07:11 11,051
        49 4 Harvey Lewis   USA M35 34 78,680 07:07:22 11,047

          Leader is at 57 miles in 7:15. Top woman at 54 miles. Sabrina is top US woman and 4th woman overall at just over 50 miles.

            Jon Olsen is 3rd place at the 12 hour mark, on the lead lap (62)!  John Dennis and Joe Fejes (Go Joe!!!) are in the top 20 with 58 laps.  That is 89.10 and 83.35 miles respectively.

             

            The Men's team race is extremely close.  Japan and Poland tied for first at 180 laps, Russia and USA tied for third at 178 laps.

             

            On the Women's side, Japan has 171 laps, with USA second at 166 laps.  USA ladies are all within one lap of each other (Sabrina Little 56, Connie Gardner and Traci Falbo at 55).

             

            Fourth place USA team members Nick Coury and Susanna Bon are just a few laps behind the third place USA runners.  Another solid effort from Team USA!

              Jon now in 1st place. At least 7 minutes ahead of 2nd.

              DoppleBock


                Team

                Steenbergen 24 Hour | May 11 & 12 2013
                World Championship - Intermediate Team Results (Women)

                 
                PosTeamFinishersTotalDistanceTotalTime
                1 USA 3 573,904 56:40:49
                2 JPN 3 564,648 55:00:51
                3 GBR 3 536,878 56:30:11
                4 FRA 3 536,878 56:40:04
                5 SWE 3 527,622 56:27:14
                6 GER 3 520,679 56:18:18
                7 ITA 3 513,737 56:38:16
                8 RUS 3 511,423 56:35:18
                9 AUT 3 506,794 56:37:56
                10 AUS 3 497,538 56:32:54
                11 FIN 3 495,224 56:43:19
                12 NZL 3 485,967 56:32:10
                13 HUN 3 476,711 54:29:55
                14 POL 3 474,397 56:34:18
                15 DEN 3 465,140 56:39:23
                16 CZE 3 460,512 53:55:54
                17 NED 3 453,569 52:32:29
                18 CAN 3 451,255 56:19:48
                19 EST 3 319,350 56:49:15

                Retired 1/1/13 ... Tired of being broken and fat  ... New goal 12/29/15 - To be able to enjoy running 4-5 hours through the woods again in 2016.

                 

                 

                DoppleBock


                  Steenbergen 24 Hour | May 11 & 12 2013
                  World Championship - Intermediate Team Results (Men)

                   
                  PosTeamFinishersTotalDistanceTotalTime
                  1 USA 3 624,815 56:50:34
                  2 JPN 3 606,302 56:34:20
                  3 RUS 3 606,302 56:38:20
                  4 GER 3 594,731 56:44:01
                  5 ITA 3 578,533 56:46:53
                  6 GBR 3 566,962 56:20:22
                  7 POL 3 560,019 54:47:20
                  8 AUS 3 555,391 56:26:10
                  9 ESP 3 546,135 56:24:51
                  10 FRA 3 541,506 56:47:17
                  11 NOR 3 539,192 56:38:24
                  12 FIN 3 536,878 56:30:38
                  13 BEL 3 532,250 56:46:12
                  14 NZL 3 527,622 56:19:46
                  15 NED 3 520,679 56:34:31
                  16 AUT 3 520,679 56:45:33
                  17 IRL 3 497,538 56:12:39
                  18 CZE 3 490,596 56:20:08
                  19 LAT 3 483,653 49:43:23
                  20 DEN 3 458,198 51:01:03
                  21 CAN 3 446,627 53:03:18
                  22 EST 3 444,313 55:25:19
                  23 HUN 3 411,915 47:16:16
                  24 UKR 3 411,915 49:40:54
                  25 BLR 3 319,350 54:28:47

                  Team Men

                  Retired 1/1/13 ... Tired of being broken and fat  ... New goal 12/29/15 - To be able to enjoy running 4-5 hours through the woods again in 2016.

                   

                   

                  DoppleBock


                    These were @ 19 hours in

                    Retired 1/1/13 ... Tired of being broken and fat  ... New goal 12/29/15 - To be able to enjoy running 4-5 hours through the woods again in 2016.

                     

                     

                      Looks like US men and women teams both took gold.

                       

                      US Men finished

                      1 Jon Olsen,

                      2 John Dennis

                      10 Joe Fejes)

                       

                      US Women

                      2.Sabrina Little

                      3 Suzanna Bon

                      4 Traci Falbo

                       

                      WOW. Many WOWs. Congratulations all.

                      "So many people get stuck in the routine of life that their dreams waste away. This is about living the dream." - Cave Dog


                      Uh oh... now what?

                        Nice thing to wake up to.

                          Incredible performances by members of Team USA.

                            Very cool. Looks like they all ran real smart. didn't get sucked in running too fast early.

                              Sabrina Little nee Moran just broke Connie's 24 hour record, yes?  Also a new 24 hour PR for RA'er Joe Fejes?  Every year recently, Team USA performances have been extraordinary and inspiring.

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