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Leadville Trail 100 MTB

The Leadville Trail 100 MTB is one of the oldest of a growing number of 100-mile (160 km) marathon mountain bike races. It was first run in 1994 and has become one of the best known marathon events in mountain bike racing. Entry is by lottery, with entries due by the end of January each year for the race that is run the second Saturday in August.

Course

The race is run on a 50-mile (80 km) out and back course, starting and finishing in downtown [1].

History

Between 2003 and 2008, Todd Wells turned in the second-fastest time ever to win, 6:23:38, while Rusch won the women's race again and shaved over 15 minutes off her previous record, with 7:31:46.

Men's winner

Year Name, State Time
1994 John Stamstad, , Ohio 7:52:53
1995 Russell Worley, , California 7:27:55
1996 Mike Volk, , Colorado 7:22:02
1997 Mike Volk (2), , Colorado 7:05:45
1998 Richard Feldman, , Idaho 7:40:02
1999 Richard Feldman (2), , Idaho 7:10:33
2000 Kevin Willson, , Colorado 7:31:09
2001 Bryson Perry, , Utah 7:30:01
2002 Bryson Perry (2), , Utah 7:32:27
2003 David Wiens, , Colorado 7:07:44
2004 David Wiens (2), , Colorado 7:05:51
2005 David Wiens (3), , Colorado 7:17:47
2006 David Wiens (4), , Colorado 7:13:14
2007 David Wiens (5), , Colorado 6:58:46
2008 David Wiens (6), , Colorado 6:45:45
2009 David Wiens (7) 6:28:51
2010 Levi Leipheimer, , California 6:16:37
2011 Todd Wells, , Colorado 6:23:38
2012 Alban Lakata, , Austria 6:32:23
2013 Alban Lakata, , Austria 6:04:01*

Women's winner

Year Name, State Time
1994 Laurie Brandt, , Colorado 9:03:50
1995 Laurie Brandt (2), , Colorado 8:52:58
1996 Tonia Ralston, , Wyoming 9:56:15
1997 Laurie Brandt (3), , Colorado 7:58:52
1998 Laurie Brandt (4), , Colorado 8:31:24
1999 Cristina Begy, , Colorado 8:55:12
2000 Cristina Begy (2), , Colorado 9:13:51
2001 Joan Miller, , Colorado 9:11:30
2002 Kim Raymond, , Colorado 9:00:57
2003 Carol Quinn, , Colorado 9:19:49
2004 Jilene Mecham, , Utah 9:37:18
2005 Joan Miller (2), , Colorado 8:51:26
2006 Lisel Robert, , Utah 8:47:39
2007 Gretchen Reeves, , Colorado 8:05:29
2008 Susan Williams, , Colorado 8:40:55
2009 Rebecca Rusch, , Idaho 8:14:53
2010 Rebecca Rusch (2), , Idaho 7:47:35
2011 Rebecca Rusch (3), , Idaho 7:31:46
2012 Rebecca Rusch (4), , Idaho 7:28:06
2013 Sally Bigham, , Great Britain 7:17:01*

See also

External links

  • LeadvilleTrail100.com - Official website of the Leadville Trail 100 Mile MTB
  • Leadville Trail Maps and Results - Website of Leadville Trail Race Maps and Archived Race Results
  • Newman's Leadville 100 Page - A 3-time finisher's discussion of the race.
  • 2008 Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race Finisher Data - 2008 Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race Finisher Data
  • Leadville 100 MTB Course Flyover Map - The Run Scout
  • Strava segment
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