|Gad Valley at dawn|
|Jason and Stuart Ready to Report for iRunFar.com|
And the real Larry was there running a first rate aid station with anything a runner could want on a day that turned hot for the slower runners.
|Larry and his crew took care of everyone!|
|Sage Canaday (Hoka) reaching for his bottle to refill at this cup free race.|
Sage Canaday took the $1000 prime for first over the top of Hidden Peak at about 8 miles and led the rest of the way in a commanding performance. He was wearing the Hoka Huaka I like so much and reviewed here. He was hard to catch on film or on foot. So fast!
|Kasie Enman (Salomon)|
Kasie Enman, a world mountain champ from Vermont, in her first Ultra, came through Larry's in the lead at 10 and 20 but in the end the incomparable Anna Frost from New Zealand took the win.
|Anna Frost (Salomon)|
Working her way through the field, ultra road specialist Ellie Greenwood moved up to take 3d place.
|Kasie Enman (Montrail)|
|Many runners had a neat temp course elevation tattoo|
|Back at the top of Hidden Peak we found this wild Red Bull truck. Red Bull is a sponsor of the race. We got some...|
|Ultra legend and Race Director Karl Meltzer and Sage Canaday at the finish|
iRunFar's results coverage here
My 2013 SpeedGoat 50K post here
My 2012 SpeedGoat 50K post here