Saturday August 17th, 2019
Distance: 100 Miles
The legendary “Race Across The Sky” 100-mile run is where it all started back in 1983. This is it. The race where legends are created and limits are tested. One hundred miles of extreme Colorado Rockies terrain — from elevations of 9,200 to 12,600 feet. You will give the mountain respect, and earn respect from all.
|Male||15:51:57||Rob Krar||41||Flagstaff, AZ|
|2nd Male||17:37:23||Ryan Kaiser||39||Bend, OR|
|3rd Male||18:15:29||Seth Kelly||34||Golden, CO|
|4th Male||18:22:11||Carlos Ruibal||31||Del Norte, CO|
|Female||19:53:40||Katie Arnold||46||Sante Fe, NM|
|2nd Female||21:17:12||Addie Bracy||32||Longmont, CO|
|3rd Female||23:13:03||Gina Slaby||37||Seabeck, WA|
|4th Female||23:39:25||Muriel Greening||34||Broomfield, CO|
|M 40-49||15:51:57||Rob Krar||41||Flagstaff, AZ|
|M 50-59||22:53:31||Duncan Oakes||53||Truru, GBR|
|M 60-69||26:26:48||Gilles Cote||61||Basalt, CO|
|F 40-49||19:53:40||Katie Arnold||46||Sante Fe, NM|
|F 50-59||24:49:55||Suzie Talley||56||Morissvile, NC|
This event is held on the San Isabel National Forest under a special use permit.
Since 2008, there have been six changes made to the Leadville Trail 100 Run presented by New Balance course. The course was unchanged for many years before 2008. In 2017, we returned to the course that was last used in 2012.
There are 11 well-stocked aid stations along the course. Cut-off times for the aid stations do apply.