Erik Skaggs and Joelle Vaught took advantage of the 80 degree weather at Willamette Pass, OR, to set new course records at the Where's Waldo 100k yesterday. Both led from start to finish, winning the USATF 100k National Championship and Montrail UltraCup opener in 9:11:05 and 10:23:32 respectively.
Top results from Craig Thornley's blog:
1st - Erik Skaggs - 9:11:05 (CR)
2nd - Zach Miller - 9:39:35 also under the old course record.
3rd - Jason Bryant - 9:49:08 also under the old course record.
4th - Neil Olsen - 10:02:39 also under his old course record. First Master.
5th - Sean Andrish - 10:03:36, also under the course record.
6th - Mark Lantz - 10:15:49
7th - Yassine Diboun - 10:16:16
8th - Matt Lonergan - 10:16:34
9th - Jace Ives - 10:55:54
10th - Sander Nelson - 11:04:46
11th - Geoffrey Donovan - 11:15:08
12th - Victor Ballesteros 11:16:03
13th - Lewis Taylor - 11:34:44
14th - Rafael Arceo 11:47:43
15th - Kurt Lindermuller - 11:56:08
16th - Bill Montgomery - 12:05:37
17th - Lucas Cramer - 12:18:10
18th - Joe Lee - 12:27:16
19th - Co Jones - 12:29:06
20st - Scott McLelllan - 12:30:50
21st - Andre-Paul Michaud - 12:33:10
1st - Joelle Vaught 10:23:32 (CR)
2nd overall and 1st Masters - Bev Anderson-Abbs - 11:01:59
3rd overall and 2nd Masters - Meghan Arbogast - 11:07:36
4th - Alison Bryant - 11:34
5th - Shawna Wilskey - 12:00:52
6th - Amy Sproston - 12:04:35
7th - Monica Ochs - 12:26:55
8th - Wendy Wheeler Jacobs - 13:06:11