Cascade Crest 100 - 2003 Results


Easton, Wa.
58 starters, 41 finishers.   
32 hour time limit.

1.  Tim Halder, 29, Wa.              22:05
2.  Jamie Gifford, 41, Wa.           22:47
3.  Phil Shaw, 17, Wa.               22:58
4.  Mark Bodamer, 44, Or.            23:36
5.  Michael Moser, 36, Wa.           24:10
6.  Alana Prociuk, 36, Canada (F)    24:19
7.  Rob MacDonald, 46, Canada        24:49
8.  Tony Covarrubias, 42, Wa.        25:33
9.  Ian Blanchard, 31, Canada        25:35
10. Bill Thomas, 46, Wa.             25:38
11. Chip Collins, 40, Or.            26:07
12. Andrew Wrenshall, 36, Canada     26:11
13. Ronda Sundermeier, 36, Or. (F)   26:33
14. Chris Perry, 38, Or.             26:45
15. Aki Inoue, Japan                 26:49
16. June Gessner, 50, Ca. (F)        26:51
17. Earl Preeper, 46, SC.            27:09
18. Bruce Grant, 37, Canada          27:09
19. Dave Dutton, 46, Wa.             27:14
20. Ken Ward, 46, Or.                27:19
21. Chris Nunn, 34, Wa.              27:41
22. Britt Starnes, 43, Tx.           28:04
23. J. Elroy Whitworth, 51, Tx.      28:30
24. Rob Smith, 45, Canada            28:42
25. Fred Stafford, 46, Wa.           28:43
26. Matt Sessions, 38, Canada        29:00
27. Keith Callaway, Wa.              29:35
28. Jeff Mikesell, 42, Wa.           29:36
29. Tom Rowe, 55, Mt.                29:38
30. Jose Wilkie, 40, Ky.             29:43
31. Tom Chapman, 44, Or.             29:44
32. John Stotts, 56, Ca.             29:56
33. Melissa Berman, 51, Or. (F)      30:38
34. Dave Whitehead, 55, England      30:39
35. Bill Sublett, 46, Va.            30:42
36. Ron Nicholl, 60, Ak.             30:51
37. Douglas Nast, 50, Wa.            30:52
38. Todd Leigh, 61, Ca.              31:09
39. Michael Thomas, 41, Co.          31:28
40. Chuck Wilson, 54, Ca.            31:36
41. Leon Draxler, 61, Wa.            31:41

These are the official results for the Cascade Crest
Classic 100 Mile Endurance run held this past weekend.
Congrats to Tim Halder from Seattle who won for
the second year in a row.  Scott Boettcher took the
lead from the start and led all the way to about mile
90 where he dropped due to a foot injury.
Alana Prociuk from Canada won the womans race--this
was her first 100 mile--and Jamie Gifford and Ron
Nicholl earned their 5 year silver buckles.  I'd also
like to mention Phil Shaw's performance.  Remember
that name--you will see it a lot more.  Young Phil is
17 years old (he turns 18 this next weekend) and he
ran a 22:58 for his debut 100 miler.  He didn't even
look tired at the finish line.
I'd like to says thanks to all that were there
including the runners and all the volunteers---you all
rock!

(data from Randy Gherke - RD )


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