Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Only in UltraRunning . . . .

UltraRunning magazine has posted an account of this year's inaugural Ultra Race of Champions 100K. 
"At mile 48.5 [Michael] Wardian, fresh off his second place finish at the World 100K Championships, had a 16-minute lead over Roes and appeared ready to cruise to victory. But he missed a turn at an intersection that one observer described as 'marked, but confusing' and lost about 40 minutes. Despite the wrong turn, Wardian rallied to finish second."
Congratulations to Geoff Roes, Michael Wardian, and all the other runners!

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