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Across the Years 6 Days Finish – Final Results – Jan 3, 2016

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DSC_8109Ed Ettinghausen - 481 miles.By the 144th hour, world record holder Ed Ettinghausen ran 481.86 miles, marking the furthest distance he’d run in six days, and breaking an American age group record.  There are hundreds of individual stories of epic endurance that occurred on the course over the past week it’s hard to condense them all into a short update. David Johnston came back after having stomach problems for 3 days, and still ran 450 miles in 5.5 days for 2nd overall. As put out in an earlier update, David planned only to running 450 miles for his 1,000 mile jacket – in two years record time at ATY.  He’d passed Ed getting to 450, but stopped with 12 hours to spare.   3rd place goes to the ever dominant John Geesler with 437.77 miles including a 7:58 minute last lap racing me as time expired on our 144 hours!  For the women, Yolanda and SueSue Scholl and Yolanda Holder both finished with 403 miles, extremely good performances in such difficult conditions on the course. This is the 2nd time Sue has put in the top miles at ATY. This marks Yolanda’s 3rd Six Day race over 400 miles – all through power walking.

Sarah Emoto 3rd after giving it her all

Sarah Emoto 3rd after giving it her all

I think possibly the breakout performance of the event was 26 year old Sarah Emoto, who gave it her all and by the time expired had run 338 miles and 3rd place woman, 9th overall. She quietly ran day and night always seemed to just keep going.  Mark McCaslin also made up quite a bit of ground in the last 3 days and finished with 323 miles and 7th male. Marie Boyd & Robert Andrulis were both going for 500km, they both reached their goals – 311.79 miles.


In the 72 hour race, two people went over 200 miles – Jordan Wirfs-Brock Dave ProctorJill Hudson an Dave Proctor, but Dave got most of his miles in the first day before his knee blew out on him.  Chrisian Riegel ran strong on the last night to finish 2nd of the men, but did so after the 1st when the awards were given out. The 72 hour is a unique race that tends to see the same pattern of performance: good first day, terrible 2nd day where you feel like you want to give up on life as a runner, and a strong 3rd day again.  Jordan Wirfs-Brock seemed to follow this as she came back on the 3rd day placing 2nd woman.  80 year old Eugene Bruckert finished with an astounding 106 miles!  24 people ran over 100 miles in the 72 hour.


Iso YucraIn the 48 hour race, Iso Yucra from Bolivia came to run in the last 48 hours and actually posted more miles than Kelly Agnew, but didn’t know the awards were only given out on New Years day. He ran 173 miles in the 48 hours. He told me he came to run on the last 2 days to run with Ed and see his performance.  At the same time Iso posted a solid 173 miles!  I sent him the links to all the results and photos, so his friends back in Bolivia really believe he ‘won’ the race. Patrick Sweeny, Kelly AgnewKelly Agnew repeated for the 2nd year his win of the 48 hours with 171 miles but compared to the 200+ he ran last year, he wasn’t completely satisfied. Eric Roberts posted a solid 154 miles for 2nd, and Davy Crockett 3rd with 151 miles. Debra Horn was the winner on the women’s side with 170 miles and an American Age group record, Rochelle Garnanez was 2nd with 148 miles, & Jeannie McDaniel 3rd with 132. 38 people ran over 100 miles in the 48 hour.


Eileen TorresAs mentioned on Day 5 update, Eileen Torres  had the standout performance of the day running 127 miles in 24 hours qualifying herself to possibly complete on the USA 24 Hour National Team. She also won the 24 race outright.  Adela Salt ran an impressive 116 miles, and Chavet Breslin ran 110 for 3rd her post race interview is here: Chavet Breslin Post Race InterviewVlad Henzl won the men’s race with 115.48 miles.  Rob Raguet-Schofield  and Van Petterson round out the top men with 112 & 108 miles respectively.Chavet Breslin
24 people earned a 100 mile buckle  in the 24 hour. I know there are many more extraordinary achievements but this is what I’ve written for now.  Well done to everyone and volunteers who came out and gave so much of their time and energy.

Until next time, Keep on Running. Israel

Israel Day 3 Start - Dec 30 - 114 Miles


Results screenshots.

6 Day Finish

6 Day Finish Results

24 Hour Finish

24 Hour Finish results

48 Hour Finish

48 Hour Finish results

72 Hour Finish results

72 Hour Finish results

Six Day final Standings 144 hours

1 1M Ed Ettinghausen 53 481.86 775.48 143:51:28 814
2 2M David Johnston 45 450.37 724.8 141:19:56 1418
3 3M John Geesler 56 437.77 704.52 143:57:34 346
4 4M Christer Svensson 46 411.52 662.28 143:49:20 308
5 1F Sue Scholl 43 403.13 648.77 141:19:56 1471
6 2F Yolanda Holder 57 403.13 648.77 143:13:38 307
7 5M Greg Salvesen 29 402.08 647.08 143:45:07 1635
8 6M George Biondic 63 350.64 564.29 143:01:23 804
9 3F Sarah Emoto 26 338.04 544.02 143:48:42 1400
10 4F Martina Hausmann 55 329.64 530.5 143:47:53 195
11 5F Kimberley Van Delst 45 329.64 530.5 143:59:53 1656
12 7M Mark McCaslin 46 323.34 520.37 143:41:11 1609
13 8M Michel Gouin 55 320.19 515.3 143:51:07 314
14 6F Karen Vollan 47 312.84 503.47 143:55:57 958
15 7F Marie Boyd 67 311.79 501.78 143:33:03 996
16 9M Robert Andrulis 48 311.79 501.78 143:56:50 365
17 10M Chris Smith 58 308.64 496.71 141:54:48 1643
18 8F Claudia Newsom 65 301.29 484.89 143:05:40 1455
19 11M Bobby Keogh 66 300.24 483.2 142:53:38 1423
20 12M Bill Heldenbrand 69 277.15 446.03 143:40:06 870
21 13M Daro Ferrara 54 275.05 442.65 143:38:47 1674
22 14M Bob Davidson 68 260.35 419 143:54:38 1340
23 15M Israel Archuletta 36 249.85 402.1 143:57:34 1336
24 9F Francesca Carmichael 56 235.16 378.45 143:24:32 1143
25 16M Richard McKnight 46 233.06 375.07 143:47:55 909
26 17M Andy Noise 52 228.86 368.31 141:19:56 309
27 18M Georgijs Jermolajevs 73 226.76 364.93 143:52:35 1592
28 19M Timothy Trine 54 225.71 363.24 143:50:03 1316
29 20M Karl Michel 53 225.71 363.24 143:53:07 911
30 10F Shelley Devere 40 221.51 356.48 143:51:39 843
31 21M Joe Cleary 75 217.31 349.73 143:46:17 1508
32 11F Susan Glesne 53 212.06 341.28 141:19:56 1029
33 22M Ben Benjamin 68 212.06 341.28 141:19:56 993
34 23M Emilio Larrazabal 21 212.06 341.28 143:05:41 1602
35 24M Reed Glesne 64 211.01 339.59 141:19:56 1028
36 25M Bill Dickey 76 208.91 336.21 141:19:56 157
37 26M Robert Holland 54 207.86 334.52 143:46:26 310
38 27M Bill Schultz 63 205.76 331.14 143:42:07 940
39 28M Criss Furman 69 202.61 326.07 143:54:02 1526
40 29M Jean-Jacques d’Aquin 76 201.56 324.38 141:19:56 608
41 30M Michael Thurston 33 200.51 322.69 141:19:56 1314
42 12F Shirley Kolakovich 44 200.51 322.69 141:19:56 1600
43 13F Midnight Tenenbaum 45 200.51 322.69 141:19:56 1358
44 31M Joe Dana 79 200.51 322.69 141:30:26 248
45 32M Dan Baglione 85 183.72 295.66 143:29:39 71
46 33M Mike Campbell 61 145.92 234.84 141:19:56 1385
47 Harold Sieglaff -1 125.98 202.74 141:19:56 3
48 34M Karsten Solheim 78 120.73 194.29 141:19:56 95
49 35M Josh Irvan 45 112.33 180.78 141:19:56 1050
50 36M Frank Johnston 69 112.33 180.78 141:19:56 1419
51 14F Vanessa Jones 54 106.03 170.64 141:19:56 1055
52 37M Burke Painter 69 106.03 170.64 141:19:56 332
53 38M Tom Lucky Devil Hallee 74 100.78 162.19 141:19:56 1585
54 15F Amy French 36 100.78 162.19 141:19:56 1525
55 16F Lori Christ 58 100.78 162.19 143:17:08 834
56 39M Joel Gat 40 76.64 123.33 141:19:56 1408
57 17F Hayley Pollack 29 71.39 114.89 141:19:56 1554
58 18F Lori Musico 40 70.34 113.2 141:19:56 1082
59 40M Peter Livingston 43 67.19 108.13 141:19:56 1071
60 19F Christina Uriarte 33 60.89 97.99 141:19:56 1654
61 41M Paul Bonnett 54 55.64 89.54 141:19:56 139
62 20F Erin McKnight 38 55.64 89.54 141:19:56 1078
63 42M Josh Uriarte 33 46.19 74.34 141:19:56 1655
64 21F Tiffany Skoyen 32 41.99 67.58 141:19:56 1641
65 43M Paul Pollack 34 34.64 55.75 141:19:56 1686
66 44M Dave James 37 12.6 20.27 141:19:56 1158

Photos form the last day

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Comments 1

  1. Please keep me posted when the ADY 2016/2017 registration is open. My husband ran a few times in the past and I always want to do this race for a long time. Thank you!

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