Stevie Kremer took little time to adjust to life in Europe with an impressive 2nd Place finish in the women’s race at the famed Sierre-Zinal race. On the men’s side, Joe Gray also finished in an impressive 7th overall.
Sierre-Zinal features a course of 31 km with 2200m ascent and 800m descent.
Read Ian Corless’ complete roundup and podcast here
In mid-August, the Olympics will be over and you will still be looking for more exciting running events to follow. Here’s your chance to meet the members of the 2012 US Mountain Running Team as we pair up with writers from Youthrunner, Runners World and Trailrunner as they do live On-Air Interviews with our 2012 Team. They’ll be sharing their thoughts on the upcoming World Championships in Italy, what it means to them to be on the US Team, and insights into their training.
The schedule for the Press Conferences:
- Tuesday August 14 – 5PM ET – Senior Team Press Conference #1
- Wednesday More >
Sage Canaday, 2012 US Mountain Running Team Member, set a new course record at the White River 50 in Washington State. His 6:16:10 finishing time was almost fifteen minutes ahead of the old record, set by Anton Krupicka in 2010 in a time of 6:25:29.
Read the whole race story here.
Leading from start to finish, Kasie Enman set a new course record today at the Giir Di Mont Skymarathon with a time of 3:45:50. Results and story here
Heather Bates interview after setting a new course record at the Rocky Mountain State Games 5K.
Athletes representing six states comprise the 2012 U.S. Junior Mountain Running Team (www.usmrt.com). The team will accompany the senior team members as they compete at the 2012 World Mountain Running Championships in Ponte di Legno, Italy on September 2. (http://www.wmrc2012.it)
The athletes include:JUNIOR MEN
Baxter Arguinchona (Age 19, Spokane, WA) is heading into his sophomore year at Seattle University and will be competing on his first Mountain Running Team. Arguinchona was a decorated runner at Lewis & Clark High More >
Kasie, like many of the competitors, toughed out some scrapes, cuts and blisters in the race. If you want to see her photo aftermath, check out her blog post about it (titled “Wound Reel”, it will make you appreciate all of the layers of skin on your feet.)
You can see pictures from the race here.
The 9th NACAC Mountain Running Championships was hosted at Cypress Mountain in West Vancouver, Canada, on a rain-soaked morning. While the weather forecast called for clearing skies, temperatures were in the upper 50s at the start with humidity at 94% amid cloud-filled overcast skies. The conditions at the finish line some 1100 meters up the mountain, were slightly cooler with rain showers filling puddles of water around the finish area, while mist rolled off the trees.
The 11 kilometer course included a variety of terrain from significant ascents to a few steep and technical descents, rocky hillsides with grades up to 40%, and some single More >
July 15, 2012 (Beaver Creek Resort – Avon, CO) – J. Marshall Thomson, 33, and Stevie Kremer, 28, won the XTERRA Beaver Creek Trail Run half-marathon course on a beautiful summer morning at Beaver Creek Resort in Avon, CO, today.
Both are from Crested Butte, Colo., and both are experienced – and successful – trail runners. For Thomson, it’s his second XTERRA victory in as many chances having won the XTERRA Cheyenne 24K in Colorado Springs back in April. Today he led from start to finish and crossed the line more than two minutes ahead of runner-up Jacob Malcomb from Marietta, More >