Jeremy Pade was 2nd overall and first VHTRC finisher at the Oil Creek 100 miler in Pennsylvania on October 8. Cam Baker was first VHTRC and 3rd overall in the 100 km race. Other club members amongst the 57 finishers of the 100 mile race were Jim Harris, Bob Combs, Jeff Fiolek, Brian Musick and Farouk "the Egyptian Magician" Elkassed.
Jeff Holdaway won the 16th Andiamo run of the W&OD bike path on October 8. Ellen Komesarook was second and first woman. New: All time lists, sorted both by name and time, are now on the results page. Photo is of Jeff Holdaway and was taken by John Anderson. Andiamo results
Submitted by Anstr Davidson on October 10, 2011 - 3:48pm
Derrick Carr was the first VHTRC finisher at the Bear 100 mile held on September 30 - October 1 in Utah. (We think Derrick was 21st, but the results are not clear.) There were other VHTRC finishers. Bear Web site
Submitted by Anstr Davidson on October 2, 2011 - 10:52am
Neal Gorman was the first VHTRC finisher, and third overall, at the 2011 Leadville 100. Other VHTRC finishers noted in the posted results [pdf] are Phil Turk, who came in under 22 hours, and David Snipes, who successfully notched another 100 in his Last Great Race/Grand Slam summer.
Joe and Michele were wonderful hosts for the annual VHTRC volunteer recognition party on August 6. Volunteers and members enjoyed fellowship, good food, and high quality adult beverages. There was even shelter for the rain! Thanks to all volunteers and to Joe and Michele for being great hosts.
Submitted by Anstr Davidson on August 8, 2011 - 2:36pm
Dave Snipes finished the Angeles Crest 100 mile on July 24, a new mid-July date for the event. Former VHTRC member, Tom Nielsen was third. Angeles Crest traverses the Southern California's San Gabriel Mountains finishing near the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Results
Submitted by Anstr Davidson on July 24, 2011 - 5:19pm
The 33rd Old Dominion 100 was an epic year with great weather, a packed field, and fantastic volunteer support. Neal Gorman won in 16:16.47, Linda Gaudette was first woman in 22:03.22. There were 68 runners from 15 states. Neal, Eric Grossman, and Jeremy Pade lost 25 mins due to missing course markings heading into Elizabeth Furnace. Karsten Brown was second, Eric third, Jeremy fourth, followed by David Ploskonka and Keith Knipling. Sean Andrish finished along with many other VHTRCers on this challenging course. . Bobby Gill Photo is Neal at Elizabeth Furnace. OD Web site
Submitted by Doug Sullivan on June 6, 2011 - 12:34pm