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Runners are sorted by time of arrival at most distant aid station.
|4||Pierre Loic Deragne||16||23:23||19:23:31|
|87||Luis Miguel Callao||16||11:53||31:53:32|
|147||John H Powell||13||09:14||dnf|
|191||Mary Ann Yarborough||5||15:03||dnf|
What's the Weather Like?
Don't forget the U.S. Weather Service page. It takes some getting used to, but it is very helpful.
This is for those who want to see it. During the daylight hours, you can see what the weather is. Sort of. Is it overcast, sunny, or raining?
1. View from the Blue Ridge: You can see a live view of the Massanutten Mountains from the Mountain View Web Cam in the Shenandoah National Park. This camera only refreshes during the daylight hours. The camera is not in the Massanuttens, but it is pointing west toward them. The most distant ridge is in West Virginia. The two ridges in front of that are the Massanuttens. If you look closely, you will see Kennedy Peak and Edinburg Gap. The start/finish is between those two landmarks. It is not visible. This camera is above 3,000 feet. The Massanuttens are 2,000 feet. Local fog may not be replicated on the course. Explanation of the camera's image:
2. View fromI-81: This camera is on I-81. It is just south of Edinburg and faces north. The Massanutten Mountain is to the right. This picture isn't much, but if it is raining here, it is probably raining on the course. I-81 Camera
MMT 2014 Live
Start: 4:00 a.m., May 17, 2014
|Fort Valley Time Now:||05:21:45|
|Time Since Start:||not race day|
|Sunrise on May 17||6:00|
|Sunset on May 17||20:21|
Karl Meltzer Gets Fourth MMT Win, Angela Shartel Sets Event Record!
Sunday 15:53 Our practice is to make a Results Page that will have all the information from this year's event. We will have the results, links to photos and photos, and other information. It usually takes a few days to get it all up. So come back often.
Sunday 15:52 Leonard Martin is finishing now. That ends it. There are 141 finishers.
Sunday 15:51 We believe that the finishing times are right. Many of the split times could be off. Everyone who didn't finish should be marked as a dnf, put some are not showing that. Everyone is accounted for, however.
Sunday 15:15 I looks like there will be 142 finishers. That is fewer than last year, but there were also fewer starters. The finishing rate is just a bit under last year's all time high. Maybe MMT is getting easier? Or the runners are getting better.
Sunday 12:51 Not to rub it in for those of you not here, but the weather is beautiful. There is great food and everyone is having a great time.
Sunday 06:08 Angela Shartel's winning time of 21:24:30 beats Eva Pastalkova' previous best MMT time by over a half hour. We don't know all of Angela's records, but she now holds the course record on two 100 mile runs - Angeles Crest and MMT!
Saturday 22:53 Karl finishes his sixth MMT and gets his fourth MMT win.
Saturday 22:29 It's 44 degrees. There will be some cold runners, and even colder spectators.
Saturday 21:53 Karl Meltzer left the last aid station at 9:29 pm.
We have had a bit of a technical problem so we are behind in updates. Sorry. We hope to get back going soon.
Saturday 18:13 Eva Pastalkova is roughly on the pace of her 2012 MMT course record. If you want to check it out yourself, here are the 2012 splits.
Saturday 17:09 If you want to see some pictures, look at what Paul Encarnacion took at check in and at the Woodstock Tower Aid Station. Pictures on Flickr
Saturday 16:20 It's 68 degrees but feels cooler for those of us not running. Should be good for the runners.
Saturday 10:00 The weather is beautiful! Right around 60 degrees with a moderate breeze.
Saturday 09:58 We are receiving data from multiple aid stations. The times tend to come in batches. The result is that the order times appear here is not always logical.
Saturday 08:14 Everyone is through Edinburg Gap - all 192. Weather is great so far. There is quite a race going on at the front.
Saturday 04:42 192 runners started in cool weather. It was about 47 degrees at the start.
Friday 20:27 Parking is going to be a problem Saturday morning. Do not arrive late!
It is 57 degrees right now. The weather looks good, though the course will be muddy!
Friday 14:29 Reports are that I-66 is still messed up, only worse. Call 511 and check. Taking 211 through Luray is probably a better decision.
Friday 12:38 There was a big accident this morning that had closed down I-66 westbound. You had to get off at Linden (Exit 13). It should be cleared by now, but call 511 to double check. It was a mess.
Route 675 to the Camp from both Edinburg and from Luray is ok.
Route 678, the road that goes through Fort Valley was closed earlier at Elizabeth Furnace. It may still be closed. Don't come that way.
When you get here, be flexible. Everything is wet!
Thursday 19:11 Two words: Bug Spray
Tuesday 18:37 It looks like good weather during the run. But this will definitely be a wet year. Expect mud and wet feet. It has been a wet spring. There will be wet portions of the course. Much of the course is on the ridge which will not have mud. But several places that will be wet and muddy even if it doesn't rain a drop on race day. The worst will probably be Duncan Hollow, the stretch after Camp Roosevelt.
Here are a points you should remember:
- If you drop, return your bib number to the aid station captain or other official. The only way you should leave with your bib number is if you finished.
- Nothing on this Web site will be available at the event. If you want something, print it out and bring it. If you need the crew instructions, print them for yourself. Crew Instructions
- The Camp is not near civilization. The nearest food, coffee, 7 Eleven, etc. is at least an hour round trip from the Camp. Also, there is no cell phone access at the Camp. (To get cell phone access, drive 1.7 miles east on Route 675. You should get coverage at the top of the hill.)
We will be radio headquaters near, but not at, the finish line. We may have Internet access where we will be. We hope that the walk to upload data that we had to make in past years will again not be necessary this year.
We hope to have our first update by noon on Saturday. That should confirm who has started and should have the results from the first major aid station at Edinburg Gap, 12.1 miles. Then we will try to upload as often as we can.
We have learned there is much room for error. Most of our information will be accurate. Some will not be.
If you have a question or want to understand the process better, check out the frequently asked questions.
If you are interested in the updates, let us know. Late at night, it helps to know someone is out there! You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Anstr Davidson