Mt. Wrightson Ascent - 9/13/20 - 5.2 miles to the top

Last weekend's Mt Wrightson Ascent had a great turnout and a good time was had by most! (I can't speak for all) Thanks to John Brown for keeping track of everyone, which was no small feat. 🙂 It was good to see so many friendly faces out on the trail and afterwards. Results below for just the ascent time:

Mike Duer, 50            1:18:10
Rick Mick, 36           1:18:18
Jeff Ladderud, 30       1:26:47
Ethan Ray, 35            1:29
William Meikle, 59       1:31
Fernando Bustamante, 54  1:32:57
Raul del Bosque, 34      1:33
Anne Neuenschwander, 47 1:35
Joe Plassmann, 55 1:36
Morey Brown, 57 1:36
Dave Putney, 50 1:36:18
Billy Oliver, 56 1:38
John Mollenhour, 64     1:38:32
Vivian Carrasco, 23     1:39:19
Samantha Misurda, 28     1:40:02
Robert Harris, 47        1:42
Sara Ritchie, 27         1:42
Lisa Schlink, 42           1:42:56
Robert Novak, 37         1:43:29
Nicole Nelson, 29        1:48
Ray Henson, 62         1:48:52
Lorey Pro, 52            1:50:07
Tristan Lee, 41          1:51
Dallas Stevens, 59       1:51
Rogelio Hernandez, 50 1:53
Sarah Zentack, 42       1:53:39
Chris Avery, 57         1:54
Steve Sanchez, 50       1:54
Steve Outridge, 51     1:55
Tamaia Lauman, 42        1:55:18
Jillian McLenithan, 25 1:56
Mark Helfrick, 36 1:59:20
Renee Stevens, 52 1:59:45
Kamran Talattof, 66 2:01
Luke Evans, 54 2:05
Mike Ehlerman, 55       2:15:08
Paul Fick, 63         2:16:46
Stephen Woodall, 42     2:25
Chase Woodall, 10        2:25
Bruce Chalk, 62          2:29:45
Randi Steiner, 51        2:29:45
Gina Nelson, 46         2:30
Honore MacCoy-Patty, 55  2:48:43
Bob Bevill, 64           2:48:58
These folks also came out to enjoy the trails. If you made it to the top and we're missing your time let us know:

David Bobbitt, 24
Cindy Feamen, 50
Monica Bermudez
Jen Garcia, 47
Robin Reineke, 38
Tanya Norris, 55         1:53 - 6.1 miles


Florida-Madera-Florida-Wrightson Double - 10/18/20 - 5.2 miles to the top

The 2020 Florida-Madera Wrightson Double is in the books. It was a cloudless day with record warmth for this year's run, but this didn't appear to slow the runners as Ben Markwart laid down a new course record and no one looked especially worse for wear back at the Florida Trailhead parking lot. Joe Dana saved us with a snack run to Green Valley (the snack selection I had rounded up were left safe and secure on my kitchen counter in Tucson) plus his always excellent and certainly welcome aid station in Madera Canyon was once again top notch. FYI, if you happen to be planning a Wrightson run in the near future, Bellows Spring is currently little more than spot of mud on the ground according to those I queried on this point. On the Florida side, there were a couple of minor leaks in the pipe. Also, sounds like the trails were all in pretty good shape.


Thanks for coming out, everyone! Had a great time. Rumor has it that Zack Nelson might be stepping into the RD role for next year. We'll see how it shakes out.


-Bruce G.


Full Route - 26 miles

Ben Markwart, 39           6:07                   

Mike Duer, 51              6:44                     

Armen Sarrafian, 32        7:39                    

Tristan Lee, 41            7:45                       

Brian Janezic, 34          8:11        


Miscellaneous              

Raul del Bosque            5:58      20.0 mi/Wrightson, Super Trail-Old Baldy loop

Jeff Ladderud              4:07      15.1 mi/Wrightson O/B

Neil Stitzer, 32           4:23      15.1 mi/Wrightson O/B

Steve Sanchez              5:00      12.0 mi/Florida Saddle-Sawmill-Cave Canyon

Jen Steyaert               3:03      8.9 mi /Florida Saddle O/B

Zack Nelson, 32            1:51      7.5mi/ O/B (blisters)


Chiricahua National Monument Overnight - 10/24-25/20 - 11 miles

The Chiricahua event was attended by (16) adventurous members the weekend of October 24/25. On Saturday we ran on different trails in small groups, enjoyed a campfire and dispersed camp up in the Coronado National Forest. On Sunday morning we ran a new TTR classic (11) mile lollipop route within the Chiricahua National Monument. Some members took advantage of the wide runnable trails to record fast times, while others leisurely ran to enjoy the perfect morning. All took time to take photographs, enjoy the amazing views and unique rock formations. Thanks to all who attended to make this a successful event.

-John M.

Full Route - 11 Miles
Brianna Grigsby
2:11:43
Moira Hough
2:11:44
Tristan Lee
2:13:01
Vivian Carrasco
2:13:02
David Babbitt 2:13:03
John Mollenhour
2:24:00 (Ran solo after the event)
Michael Duer
2:28:00
Morey Brown
2:43:10 (Ran just a little farther 😀)
Stephen Woodall
2:45:00
Angela Greynolds
2:45:00
Christopher Avery
2:54:00
Lorey Pro
2:59:00
Leslie Thompson
3:42:00
Michelle Wences
3:48:01 (Sweep)
Troy Beeman
3:48:02 (Sweep)

Miscellaneous
Christine Anderson Ferraris
10 mile Hailstone Loop 2:20:59


Cowhead Saddle - 11/15/20 - 17.3 miles

Thanks to Corey Keppel for RDing the Cowhead Saddle run yesterday. Perfect weather and good company. Good to see you all and I appreciate the distancing and mask wearing post run. Remember, it's ELAPSED TIME (not run time) for results, which are posted below.

-Mike D

Full Route -
Sion Lupowitz, 40            2:42:38
Michael Duer, 51             3:03:29
James McNabb, 32             3:11
Tristan Lee, 41             3:45
Raul del Bosque, 34         3:51:45
Morgan Viau, 28             4:00:42
Billy Oliver, 56             4:06:47
Tim Cronk, 58                4:09
Branson Sells, 39            4:16
Robert Novak, 37             4:25:39
Susan Alexander, 54         4:34
Michelle Spohn, 59           4:38:39
Allan Rangel              4:51:27
Pamela Hoyt, 64             5:23
Bruce Chalk, 62             5:40
Aaron Yoder, 24

Miscellaneous
Margaret Roberts Parsons, 46 4:15 - 16 miles
Jen Steyaert, 25             3:21 - 15 miles
Gerald Bach, 71              3:58:42 - 14 miles
Dan Callahan                 3:13:41 - 13.6 miles
Daniela Romero Noya, 35      3:00 - 12 miles
George Romero, 39            3:00 - 12 miles

Honeybee - 12/20/20 - 21.7 miles

It was a *very* chilly morning yesterday at the 5th annual Honeybee Christmas-ish Holiday Run, but it sure did warm up a lot for those who tackled the long distances. This year featured a great deal of getting lost, but that's half the fun, right? 
Steve Outridge
 and 
Chris Fall
 even made it over the Tortolitas to finish at the Wild Burro trailhead in Dove Mountain! Here are the results. Let me know if there are any corrections.

-Angela & Stephen

27.8 Mile Loop
Raul del Bosque, 34          4:38:51
Kamran Talattof, 66          6:34:58 - 26.5 miles

21.7 Mile Loop
Orlando Velazquez, 43        2:45
Rogelio Hernandez, 50        2:59:08
Norman Rosentreter, 39       3:25
Mike Duer, 51                3:36
Tim Cronk, 58                3:42:24
Dallas Stevens, 59           4:53      
Renee Stevens, 53            4:53

15.6 Mile Loop
Stephen Woodall, 42          1:59:02
Morey Brown, 56             2:17:43
Sara Ritchie, 28            2:56:05
Vasileios Paschalidis, 41    3:04:31 - 16.8 miles
Andrew Peck, 50              3:12:18
Joan D'Alonzo, 61            3:20:42

12 Mile Loop
Lucas Tyler, 39             1:35:30
Ryan Niccum, 46              1:54:53 - 11.8 miles
Anne Neunschwander, 47       1:54:53 - 11.8 miles
Sarah Jansen, 36             1:56:22 - 11.8 miles
Samantha Misurda, 29         2:00:53
Lisa Schlink, 42             2:02
Gina Nelson, 46             2:35
Lisa Duran, 48               2:35                     
Heather Webber, 57           2:38:22
Kris Fitzharris, 35          2:57:13
Linda Whelan, 59                     - 13+ miles

Miscellaneous
Morgan Viau, 28              4:39   - 24.89 miles
Chris Fall, 58             6:04:36 - 23.16 miles, traverse to Dove Mountain
Steve Outridge, 51           6:05:29 - 22.73 miles, traverse to Dove Mountain
Joe Plassmann, 55            1:16:00 - 7 miles
Lisa Glick, 60             2:22:04 - 8.73 miles
Jim Porter, 61               2:22:04 - 8.73 miles
Bruce Chalk                  Dog walk
Randi Steiner                Dog walk
Diane Manzini                Dog run


Wasson Peak Run - 12/27/20 - 14.2 miles

We had a great turnout of 32 TTRs for the annual Wasson Peak Run, and we enjoyed a beautiful sunrise, comfortable temperatures, and a few steps! Everyone returned safe and sound, with only a few alternate routes and wrong turns. Please let me know if there are any corrections. It was truly a good day to run!

-Joan


Full Route - 14.2 miles
Michael Duer, 51             2:14:00
Rogelio Hernandez, 50        2:30:00
Joshua Blais, 45             2:33:00
Anne Neuenschwander, 47      2:39:00
Ryan Niccum, 46              2:39:00
Jeff Ladderud, 30           2:41:00
William Meikle, 60           2:43:00
Tim Cronk, 58                2:59:00
Dave Putney, 50              3:08:00
Morey Brown, 56             3:12:00
Lisa Schlink, 42             3:13:00
Shomeis Berger, 45           3:19:00 (included a bonus mile)
Andrew Peck, 50              3:31:00
Christopher Avery, 57       3:33:00
Karen Anderson, 43           3:36:00
Sarah Zentack, 42            3:36:00
Fernando Bustamante, 55      3:37:00
Robert Harris, 47            3:37:00
Tom Shaw, 58                 3:39:00
Judith Shaw, 52              3:39:00
Dan Callahan, 39             3:41:00
Michelle Spohn, 59         3:46:00
Pamela Hoyt, 64             3:49:00
Anna Martin, 30             3:57:00
Heather Webber, 57         4:09:00
Jennie Duberstein, 47        5:17:00
Honore MacCoy-Patty, 55     5:17:00
Bob Bevill, 64               5:17:00

Miscellaneous
Billy Oliver, 56             1:27:00 - 8.3 miles- Esperanza-Hugh Norris loop
Linda Whelan, 59             1:55:00 - 10.13 miles - Road-Esperanza-saddle O&B Joe Plassmann, 55            3:05:00 - 11 miles - Hugh Norris O&B
Rosey Ae, 51                 4:38:00 - 15.36 miles - most of reverse loop with wrong turn near end


Bear Canyon Loop - 1/10/21 - 16.9 miles

Firstly- I'd just like to point out that TTR is an amazingly wonderful group and a tremendous asset to the Tucson Running Community. A big thanks to all that have carried it through the ages, and those who keep it going. It's more than my pleasure to help out, and truly an honor to RD such a venerable run.

I'll leave the discussion on the Sub-2 attempt and the mind-boggling performances to Angela's thread. Here's what I captured for everyone's run today. Let me know if I made any errors, or if you had any additions, suggestions or changes.

Thanks all for coming out, and enjoying the spectacular day on the trails. Can't wait to see the film!

-Morey

Full Loop
Charlie Ware, 35             1:56:42
Kent Warlick, 30             2:02:21
Sion Lupowitz, 40            2:13:02
Michael Duer, 51             2:37:46
Anne Neuenschwander, 47      2:49:00
Josh Blais, 45               2:50:41
William Meikle, 60           2:57:00
Jason Whittaker, 43         2:59:17
Sarah Zentack, 42            2:59:17
Vasileios Paschalidis, 41 3:10:51
Morgan Viau, 28             3:11:04
Ryan Niccum, 46             3:21:50 - Reverse BCL
Kevin Cross, 31              3:21:50 - Reverse BCL
Sarah Jansen, 36             3:24:31
Lisa Schlink, 42             3:36:00
Fred Roberts, 60             3:38:00
Jen Stayaert, 26             3:41:08
Michael Toth, 39             3:53:04
James TenElsholf, 54         3:56:00
Gerry Bach, 71               4:00:00
Paul Fick, 63             4:04:00
Allan Rangel, 34             4:13:15
Pamela Hoyt, 64             4:20:00
Elizabeth Ayarbe-Perez, 44 4:26:00
Tamaki Layman, 41            4:26:00
Anna Martin, 31              4:30:04
Robert Harris, 47            4:35:00
Fernando Bustamante, 55      4:35:00

Miscellaneous
Bob Jones, 58                0:54:40 - Tram Road
Joanna Carr, 34              1:09:00 - Tram Road
Brianna Grigsby, 33         1:35:00 - Seven Falls
Joan D'Alonzo, 61            1:37:00 - 6.44 miles in Bear Canyon
Tristan Lee, 41              1:39:00 - Seven Falls
Kristin Fitzharris, 35       1:49:10 - 7 miles on Phoneline

Just a portion of the people who helped film the Sub-2 Attempt
Miguel Angel Moreno         Tram Road
Susan Alexander              Sabino Canyon Trail
Craig Mills                  Bear Canyon Trail
Michelle Wences              Sabino Canyon Trail
Randi Steiner                2:16:36 - 6.4 miles Bear Canyon Trail, not elapsed
Bruce Chalk                 2:34:00 - Seven Falls, not elapsed
Vivian Carrasco, 23          12 miles - Sabino Canyon Trail
David Bobbitt, 25            12 miles - Sabino Canyon Trail
Corey Keppel                 2:43:00 - Out and back on Bear, not elapsed
Morey Brown, 56             59:90 - Tram road, not elapsed
Steve Outridge, 51         3:24:00 - full BCL, not elapsed
Stephen Woodall, 42          1:43:00 - Tram Road and Semi-Bear, not elapsed
Joe Plassmann                Bear Canyon
Tom Gormley                  3:00 - 10.26 Phoneline Loop, not elapsed
Jamie Madden                 Bear Canyon
Mark Helfrick                Bear Canyon
Tamaki Layman                Bear Canyon
Manny Ochoa                  Bear Canyon
Julie Stark                  Tram Road - bike
Jacob Blais                  Tram Road - bike
Caroline Moseley             Tram Road - bike
Caitlin Vogelsberg           Tram Road - bike
Angela Greynolds             Start/Finish


Tortolita Mountain Loop - 1/17/21 - 16.5 miles

Thanks to everyone who came out on Sunday to run in the Tortolita Mountains, and a special thanks to Lisa and Jim for RDing and making sure everyone got back in safely! It was a beautiful (if a bit warm) day out there and everyone seemed to enjoy the trails, even the really rocky, steep parts. :) Please respond with any corrections to names, times, etc

Full Loop - 16.5 miles
Mike Duer, 51                2:55
Manny Ochoa, 33              3:07
Charlie Ware, 35             3:07
Neal Stitzer, 32             3:16
Caroline Mosley, 31         3:17
Lisa Ziemann, 25             3:23
Samantha Misurda, 29     3:40
Arianne Whittaker, 41       3:45
Sarah Zentack, 42            3:45
Garrett Franks, 31           3:49
Francis Hemmah, 41         4:00
Derek Vo, 29                 4:23
Heather Webber, 57           4:40

Short Loop - 9.9 miles
Ethan Ray, 36                2:05
Tony Vinton, 42              2:05
Will Tritt, 35               2:26
Anna Martin, 31             3:04

Miscellaneous
Allan Rangel, 34             4:20 - 18.6 miles
Alex Salgado, 20             3:27 - 17.9 miles
Mark Helfrick, 36            3:26 - 13.1 miles
Joan D'Alonzo, 61            4:34 - 12.2 miles
Nicole Nielsen, 30           2:53 - 12.0 miles
Susannah Turner, 33         3:04 - 11.7 miles
Kate Sommerville, 49         4:24 - 10.6 miles
Kris Fitzharris, 35          2:11 - 6.0 miles


Oracle State Park Run - 1/31/21 - 16 miles

This run was in place of the Oracle Rumble races.

Full Route (~16 Miles)
Jacob Blais, 19              2:18 - took AZT instead of Powerline
Caroline Mosley, 31          2:30 
Vasileios Paschalidis, 41    2:30 
Mike Duer, 51                2:35 
Jeff Knight, 54              2:38
Garrett Franks, 31           2:41
Susan Alexander              2:44 - Started from staging area
Armen Sarrafian, 32          2:47
Raul Del Bosque, 35          2:47
Morgan Viau, 28              2:51 
Tristan Lee, 41              2:53
Allan Rangel, 34             4:07 
Melissa Donovan, 48          4:10

Half Course
Ray Henson, 63               2:09 - minus the road back to the start 
Orlando Velazquez, 44        2:21
John Mollenhour, 64          2:28
"Suzy Cue", 33               2:28
Gina Nelson, 46              2:57

Misc. 
Samantha Misurda, 29         2:07 - 12 miles
Tonya Norris, 57             2:24 - 10.17 miles
Joan D'Alonzo, 61            2:33 - 10.36 miles
Brianna Grigsby, 33          3:05 - 17.4 miles
Steve Outridge, 51           4:30 - Out to HiJinks - 21.8 miles
James TenElshof, 54          Started half course, but turned back early. Need to confirm mileage


Soldier / La Milagrosa Loop - 2/7/21 - 15.2 miles

Here are the results from Sunday's run. Thanks to Paul Fick for stepping in and RDing for the first time; it is much appreciated.

Full Route: (a few folks added a bit here & there but thems the breaks)

Kent Warlick, 30        2:19:35
Rick Mick, 37           2:26:00
Tim Evans, 41           2:28:00
Tyler Stinson, 33       2:30:00
Michael Duer, 51        2:45:20
CJ Agbannawag, 28       2:46:00
Laura Haley, 27         2:46:00
Neil Stitzer, 32        2:50:00
Thomas Torres, 34       2:51:20
Anne Neuenschwander, 48 2:57:00
Brian LeRoy, 44         3:02:51
Caroline Mosley, 31     3:02:51
Jason Whittaker, 43     3:04:57
John Mollenhour, 64     3:07:00
Jeff Knight, 54         3:10:00
Sarah Zentack, 42       3:11:26
Jeff Ladderud, 30       3:15:00
Billy Oliver, 56        3:15:47
Tristan Lee, 41         3:18:47
Renee Stevens, 52       4:37:06
Dallas Stevens, 59      4:37:06
Pam Hoyt, 64            4:48:29
Gerry Bach, 71          4:54:40

Also:
Brianna Grigsby, 33     1:45:00 - 10.8 miles in unusual fashion


Tanque Verde Loop - 2/21/21 - 28.5 miles


We had a good turnout and great weather for yesterday’s Tanque Verde Loop run.  There were eight people who completed the full 28.5 mile route, and others doing various distances.  The park rangers were there most of the day checking people for passes, but I think most of us already had one, or got the chance to renew theirs (like myself).  We had one runner who sustained an injury along Tanque Verde Ridge, but thankfully we were all able to communicate and we happened to have someone from our group hiking up the ridge, who was able walk back with the injured runner and gave him a ride. Thanks Paul Fick!


Please let me know if I missed anyone or if you see any corrections that need to be made.

Thank you!


Full Route 28.5 miles:
Kent Warlick, 30             5:09:04
Mike Duer, 51                5:37:35
Neil Stitzer, 32             5:54:00
John Mollenhour, 64          6:05:00
Armen Sarrafian, 32          6:09:00
Raul del Bosque, 35          6:09:00
Tristan Lee, 41              6:20:24
Wieke De Boer                6:39:55

Beyond Cowhead 21 miles:
Nicole Nelson, 30            5:30:00

Javalina Picnic Area 20 miles:
Vasileios Paschalidis, 41    6:02:26
Renee Stevens, 53            6:09:00

Cowhead 18 miles:
Karl Peterson, 29            3:16:39
Caroline Mosley, 31          3:42:00
Anne Neuenschwander, 48      3:42:00
Samantha Misurda, 29         4:07:00

A Bit Past Douglass Springs 14.43 miles:
Jamie Madden, 32             4:00:00

Douglass Springs 13 miles:
Ryan Niccum, 46              2:41:07

Other Douglass Springs Out-n-Back 10 miles:

Jacob Lashot, 37             1:57:00


Keystone Traverse - 2/28/21 - 18 miles


The Seventh Annual Keystone Traverse saw near record numbers of participants. The runners were blessed with good temperatures and plentiful Vert. The New 18 mile addition was popular and an impromptu 11 miler was born as well. The new starting spot at the graveyard was a hit as well and I heard no complaints from the full time residents. With 39 runners and the 4 different distances It kept Fernando on his toes recording all the times. With Fernando and Billy helping out with the RD duties it went really well and the pesky wind played nice at the finish line until about 1pm then it started getting angry. Some runners had a little extra exploring to do (no extra charge) and some missed the towers but everyone still had a good time. Hope to see everyone next year at the Sierrita Death Race as I see if I can outdo LAZ with more difficult routes(joking)(maybe). Preapoligizing with name butchering and inaccurate times/distances. Post race goodies provided by the 3 Amigos Fernando, Billy, and Robert. 


-Robert


18 mile long loop + Homestead 
Jake Rewerts (22)         2:57:59 CR 
Aaryn Olsson (?)          3:14:* 
Mike Duer (51)            3:24:30 
Billy Oliver (56)         3:25 
Ryan Niccum (46)          3:36 
Kevin Cross (31)          3:36 
Jeff Knight (54)          3:37 
Tristan Lee (41)          3:40 
Melissa Donovan (48)      6:21 

11 Mile South Loop + Homestead 
Matt Halverson (31)       2:10 
Lisa Roberts (42)         2:10:36 
Kylie Aldaz (?)           2:16 
Carlos Allen (33)         2:32 
Brianna Grigsby (33)      2:40 

15 Mile Long Loop 
Orlando Velazquez (44)    2:27:57 
Brian Leroy (44)          2:36 
Caroline Mosely (31)      2:36 
Rogelio Hernandez (51)    2:36 
Robert Novak (38)         3:17 
Tim Cronk (58)            3:17:50 
Lindsay Skinner (?)       3:21 
Paul Fick (62)            3:23:50 
Rick Wishcamp (47)        3:31 
Bruce Gungle (62)         3:53 
Heather Webber (57)       4:10 
Gerald Bach (72)          4:12 
Fred Ahrens (64)          5:34:29 

9 Mile Short Loop 
John Mollenhour (62)      1:38 
Caitlin Vogelsberg (36)   1:39:20 
Craig Mills (37)          1:39:20 
Lisa Schlink (?)          2:01:51 
Morey Brown (56)          2:01:51 
Steve Sanchez (51)        2:04:51 
Kimberly McElroy (31)     2:08:17 
Daniel Callahan (39)      2:09 
Linda Whelan (59)         2:19 
Susan Alexander (?)       2:32 
Bob Arendt (?)            2:32 
Noemi Mills (37)          2:46:24


Mica Mountain Marathon - 3/21/21 - 27 miles


The Mica Mountain results are in, and 21 awesome individuals participated in the event this year.

Also, this may be a PR for Catlow!

-Randi

Full Route and then some:
Catlow Shipek             04:27:00    27.31 miles 
Aaryn Olsson
              06:15:00    27.11 miles 
Ryan Niccum
               06:36:00    27.90 miles 
Billy Oliver
              06:43:00    26.26 miles 
Lindsay Skinner
           07:00:00    27 miles 
Sarah Zentack
             07:25:00    27.34 miles 
Steven Terry
              07:27:00    27.21 miles 
Jason Whittaker
           07:27:00    27.21 miles 
Tim Cronk
                 07:47:00    27.5 miles 
Nikole Nelson             07:48:00    27+ miles 
Melissa Donovan
           08:12:25    22.99 miles 

Almost Full Route:
Garrett Franks            05:56:00    25+ miles 

Other Distances:
Rogelio Hernandez
         02:19:00    13.35 miles 
Kimberly McElroy
          02:45:02    11 miles 
Jeff Knight
               03:58:00    17.40 miles 
Paul Fick
                 05:14:39    18 miles - Cowhead Saddle

Hiking:
Michelle Wences
           04:59:00    13.38 miles 
Jennifer Ravia            04:59:00    13.38 miles


Cave/Wrightson/Gardner - 3/28/21 -  22 miles

A total of (26) runners attended the new Cave/Wrightson/Gardner TTR event Sunday. There was some snow, a little ice, occasional strong winds and perfect temperatures to run. Four (4) hardy soles completed the challenging (22) mile Double Wrightson route. Another (8) the (15) mile single Wrightson, The Cave/Gardner route was completed by (5) runners and (9) other runners completed various distances. Let me know if I have made any mistakes. Everyone had a PR!
Thanks for attending!
-John

22 Mile Double Wrightson:
Matt Halverson, 
31        5:07:44
Brianna Grigsby, 
33       5:11:42
Tristan Lee, 
41           7:20:35
Lena Makena, 
42           7:38:12

15 Mile Single Wrightson:
Neil Stitzer, 32          3:23
Robert Novak, 38          3:49
Caitlin Vogelsberg, 
36    3:50
Caroline Mosley, 
31       3:50
Lindsay Skinner, 37       4:26
Benjamin Weiner, 
53       4:45
Robert Harris, 
47         5:03
Fernando Bustamante, 
55   5:03

13 Mile Cave/Gardner:
Rogelio Hernandez, 
51     3:15:42
Claire Hans, 
34           3:15:42
Chris Herald, 34          3:17
Geoff Schmidt, 
49         4:16
Emily Truong, 43          4:39:54

Other Routes:
Michael Duer, 
51          16.6 miles 4:08
Michelle Wences, 
33       12 miles 6:00 (swept course)
Jennifer Ravia            12 miles 6:00 (swept course)
Vivian Carrasco, 
23       11.38 miles 3:36
David Bobbitt
             11.38 miles 3:36
Celia Tseng
               6.03 miles 1:43:42
Randi Steiner, 
51         5.47 miles 1:30
Bruce Chalk, 
63           5.4 miles 1:38
Moira Hough, 
33           5 miles (tired out Kirun)