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Sage Canaday Wins U.S. 100K Champs

  • By Duncan Larkin
  • Published Jan. 15, 2013
  • Updated Jan. 15, 2013 at 10:46 AM UTC
Sage Canaday. Photo: PhotoRun.net

He improved the course record by nearly three minutes.

From: USATF

Sage Canaday of Boulder, Colo, claimed his first men’s ultra championship and set the course record while Michele Yates (Estes Park, Colo.) added another title to her resume Saturday during the USATF 100 km Trail Championships held in Bandera, Texas.

Canaday’s winning time of 8:13.49 bettered Dave Mackey’s course record of 8:16.48, which was set in 2011. Canaday’s victory came more than 40 minutes ahead of Mackey (Novato, Calif.), who won the masters competition for the second consecutive year in a time of 8:53.27.

Yates, who also won the 50-mile trail championships in 2011, recorded a winning time Saturday of 10:08.48. She finished ahead of Melanie Fryar (San Antonio, Texas), who placed second in a time of 10:17.30. Liza Howard (San Antonio, Texas), who was the defending champion in the race, placed fourth overall to claim the masters competition.

For more information on the USATF 100 km Trail Championships see www.usatf.org and more results can be found below.

Men’s Results
1. Sage Canaday, 27, Boulder, Colo., 8:13.49
2. Dave Mackey, 43, Novato, Calif., 8:53.27
3. Paul Terranova, 39, Austin, Texas, 8:55.41
4. Erik Stanley, 27, Austin, Texas, 9:21:50
5. Gary Gellin, 44, Menlo Park, Calif., 9:27:41
6. Jeff Browning, 41, Bend, Ore., 9:37:52
7. Steven Moore, 45, Austin, Texas, 10:39:28
8. Loren Woheltz, 27, N.M., 10:41:08
9. Von Jones, 44, Boerne, Texas, 11:06:36
10. Jack Pilla, 54, Charlotte, Vt., 11:07:02

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Duncan Larkin

Duncan Larkin

Duncan Larkin is the news editor at Competitor.com and a freelance journalist who’s been covering the sport of running for over five years. He’s run 2:32 in the marathon and won the Himalayan 100-Mile Stage Race in 2007. His first running book, RUN SIMPLE, was released last July.

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