Monday, August 30, 2010

All Done for 2010

The 2010 Cascade Crest 100-mile Endurance Run is history. Congrats to all of our runners who made the trip out to Easton -- and back -- and many thanks to our amazing volunteers for hosting another memorable race.

Overall winner Jeff Browning of Bend, Ore., ran without crew or pacers and never backed off his blistering pace, becoming the first runner to finish this race in the pitch dark. His time of 18 hours, 31 minutes, and 9 seconds takes a healthy chunk off Phil Shaw's previous course record. First female finisher Betsy Nye of Truckee, Cal., notched another win for her stellar ultrarunning resume, crossing the line in 22:32:40, the second fastest women's time ever.

Final results for all 78 finishers are up. Splits should be available later this week. Stay tuned for more pictures and links in the days to come. Thanks again to everybody who turned out to participate in this year's event!

4 comments:

accretion said...

Charlie
Thanks for organizing an incredible 2010 CC 100. Race I won't forget! I think it really helps put Easton/Snoq Pass Area on the map. Everything was pitch perfect - course, markings, aid stations, volunteers, fellow runners/crew and even the weather! :)
Cheers,
-Zach McDonald

Jenny, Maniac #401 said...

Charlie: Another stellar event. So glad and honored to be a part of it all, whether running or at an aid station, it all is awesome. Well done.
Jenny Appel

Christian said...

Charlie,
Great trails, volunteers, and organization equal a stellar event. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to pull it altogether.
Christian

Rob said...

Charlie,

Absolutely spectacular event start to finish. Volunteers, other runners crews, the other runners, the course and the weather all worked together to put together an event that from a participants point of view was seamless.

Thanks to you, Audrey, your parents, Craig and the Fire Department, the Radio Crews and everyone else that worked so hard.

Hope you are having a good break. You deserve a good one.

Rob Smith