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Re: [hr100] Comparison Chart?

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  • Matt Mahoney
    ... Try http://www.run100s.com/ultra.htm It lists 100s by course record and finish rate. Note that Hardrock (64% finish rate, course record 26:39) is easier
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 15, 2004
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      --- harpnute <harpnute@...> wrote:
      > Is anyone aware of any sort of chart comparing the 100s of North
      > America? (i.e.: Name, approx. dates, average elevation, the gain,
      > the loss, cut off times, number of aid stations, record times, etc.
      > etc.)

      Try http://www.run100s.com/ultra.htm
      It lists 100s by course record and finish rate. Note that Hardrock (64%
      finish rate, course record 26:39) is easier than Plain (9%, 32:00). The
      table omits Barkley (1%, 56:57), which also has more elevation gain (53,000
      ft vs. 33,000 ft). It also omits Nolan's 14 (14%, 54:47, 44,000 ft).

      Based on finish rate, the easiest 100 is Susitna (89%). :-)




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      -- Matt Mahoney, matmahoney@...
    • Stan Jensen
      ... It s not a chart, but it has links to most of what you want: http://www.Run100s.com/ultra.htm Stan -- Stan Jensen, 327 Greenway Dr., Pacifica, CA
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 15, 2004
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        harpnute wrote:
        > Is anyone aware of any sort of chart comparing the 100s of North
        > America? (i.e.: Name, approx. dates, average elevation, the gain,
        > the loss, cut off times, number of aid stations, record times, etc.
        > etc.)
        >
        > Thanks for any help on this...

        It's not a chart, but it has links to most of what you want:

        http://www.Run100s.com/ultra.htm

        Stan
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        Stan Jensen, 327 Greenway Dr., Pacifica, CA 94044-2920
        http://www.Run100s.com/ mailto:StanJ@...
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