MMT - The Number Is...

It looks like the DOW closed UP at 13,169.88.  That makes our starting number for the MMT lottery 988.  (We will confirm the number tomorrow.) If you want to see how this will play out, go to the hypothetical lottery and put in 988 and UP.  If you see a problem or have a question, let us know. Applicants List | MMT Entry

Stone Mill and JFK

The Saturday before Thanksgiving brings two area 50 mile runs. The Stone Mill 50 had many VHTRC participants, and is led by member Doug Sullivan.  The JFK 50 is a bit older, but had fewer VHTRC participants. Results:  Stone Mill | JFK

Neal Gorman wins Pinhoti 100

While many VHTRC members were racing at Masochists or enjoying the shenanigans and trail miles at Potomac Heritage 50K last weekend, Neal was regaining his winning ways by capturing the Pinhoti 100 in Alabama. He gives a detailed recap of Pinhoti, and of chasing Karl Meltzer at Grindstone 100, in a report on his blog here.

Masochists

The 30th Mountain Masochist 50 mile run was held on November 3. The course featured a new start that added more singletrack and a climb up Mt. Pleasant off the Loop, and 4-8 inches of snow in the last 22 miles. As a result of the snow, the final cut-off time was extended 30 minutes. There were several VHTRC members in the event as well as many runners from the old days of this traditional run.  Results

Brad Hinton Sets Course Record in Fire on the Mountain Win

Brad Hinton won the Fire on the Mountain 50km in the Green Ridge State Forest, Maryland, on October 28.  In the process, Brad set the course record.  Report and results

Halloweeny 2012

A grand time was had by all at the 2012 Halloweeny.  I heard that Lance was the runaway winner - of course he would be.  Thanks to Sharon, Ted and all the volunteers!

Charlie Miracle's Photos | Dan Aghdam's Photos | Alan Gowen's Photos |

Ted & Sharon Lapkoff's Photos

Gary is the Big 69!

Gary KniplingHappy birthday to Gary Knipling. He has attained the age that every teenage boy dreams of.  He is our hero!

Stricklett third overall female at WVMTR Trilogy; Petrie wins 50 miler outright

Rhonda Stricklett was the third overall female in the West Virginia Mountain Trail Runners Trilogy, a three-day stage race that uses some of the most beautiful trails the Mountain State has to offer. The Trilogy starts with a 50k on Friday, followed by a 50 miler Saturday and half marathon on Sunday. Ragan Petrie chicked all the men to win the 50 outright. VHTRC members Matt Smythe and Marlin Yoder also finished the Trilogy. Results 

Grindstone 100 Mile Endurance Run

Mike Campbell submits a report of his run at the Grindstone 100 Mile.

Blues Cruise 50km

Sean Andrish was second overall and Brian Schmidt was third (and first masters) at the Blues Cruise 50km near Reading, Pennsylvania. Sean reports that, "It was almost all trail, but it was smooth, runnable trail with very few significant hills."  Results are not on line yet. Event Web site

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