USATF’s Mountain Ultra Trail Council (MUT) 2018 Ultrarunners of the Year

Camille Herron

USATF’s Mountain Ultra Trail Council (MUT) 2018 Ultrarunners of the Year have recently been announced. Camille Herron won the Female Road Ultrarunner of the year award before setting a new World record at Desert Solstice with 162.9 miles in 24 hours. Herron also set a new women’s 100 mile track World record in 13:25. (Photo by Howie Stern)

Ultra Trail Runners of the Year:

Women’s Open: Courtney Dauwalter, 33, Golden, CO (1st place Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run, 1st place Tahoe 200 Mile and 1st place Sean O’Brien 50 Mile)
Men’s Open: Mario Mendoza, 31, Bend, OR (6th place & top American at the Trail World Championships and USATF 100 km Trail Champion)
Women’s Master: Colleen Jay, 42, Helotes, TX (USATF Masters 100 km Trail Champion)
Men’s Master: David Johnston, 48, Willow, AK (1st place Iditarod Trail 350 Mile and 1st place Sustina 100 Mile)

Ultra Road Runners of the Year:

Ted Corbitt Memorial Ultra Runner of the Year (Open & Master): Olivier Leblond, 46, Arlington, VA (USATF 24 Hour Champion and 48 Hour American Record Holder – 262.18 miles)
Ruth Anderson Memorial Ultra Runner of the Year: Camille Herron, 36, Oklahoma City, OK (1st place and world best at the Tunnel Hill 100 Mile and American Record for 50 miles on the track – 5:59)
Women’s Master: Caroline Boller, 43, Solvang, CA (11th place and top American at the IAU 100 km World Championships)

Source: The American Trail Running Association, ATRA

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