Saturday May 11th, 2019
San Jose, CA
Distance: 100k · Ultra
The Quicksilver Running Club of San Jose California, also known as QRC, was established to promote physical well-being and friendships through running. Additionally, it has a purpose that reaches beyond the club, into our community, to promote Healthy Kids through trail running, and Trail Advocacy by expanding the accessibility of trails.
Runners can choose between the 100K distance or the 50K. The 100K has over 13,000 ft in elevation gain while the 50K has over 6,000 feet in elevation gain. This race is not for the faint of heart and recommended for experienced trail and ultra runners only.
Both Races will start at the Hacienda Entrance to Almaden Quicksilver Park. The 50K and 100k races are run on scenic, hilly single track trails and fire roads. Runners will run through peaceful oak forests, wide-open meadows, and along ridges with spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and the Santa Cruz Mountains.
|Male||9:53:20||Ben Eysenbach||23||Palo Alto, CA|
|2nd Male||10:22:10||Jean Pommier||54||Cupertino, CA|
|3rd Male||10:54:00||Ian Driver||34||San Francisco, CA|
|4th Male||11:03:52||Kyle Moss||27||Sunnyvale, CA|
|Female||11:15:00||Cat Bradley||26||Boulder, CA|
|2nd Female||12:11:36||Wendy Stalnaker||40||Colorado Springs, CA|
|3rd Female||12:35:56||Ken Huang||46||Tiburon, CA|
|4th Female||12:56:10||Qi Song||49||San Jose, CA|
|M 40-49||11:12:24||Dario Zea||42||Petaluma, CA|
|M 50-59||10:22:10||Jean Pommier||54||Cupertino, CA|
|M 60-69||15:34:24||Dan Aspromonte||62||Scotts Valley, CA|
|F 40-49||12:11:36||Wendy Stalnaker||40||Colorado Springs, CA|
|F 50-59||16:31:35||Marian Yasuda||58||Honolulu, HI|
|F 60-69||15:45:23||Karen Bonnett-Natraj||61||Auburn, CA|
Both Races will start at the Hacienda Entrance to Almaden Quicksilver Park. The address is 21785 Almaden Road, San Jose, CA 95120. The 50K and 100k races are run on scenic, hilly single track trails and fire roads. You will run through peaceful oak forests, wide-open meadows, and along ridges with spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Although the course is very challenging, the friendly aid stations and beautiful scenery make Quicksilver an excellent choice for a first trail ultra-marathon. The outstanding post-race barbecue is a fitting reward after you’ve met the challenge.