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Mad City 100K - 2008
Wisconsin, United States
2008 Mad City 100K
Front row L to R: Anna Boldon, Ann Heaslett, Timo Yanacheck.
Middle row L to R: Shirley Crocker, Kathy Braun, John Selbo.
Back row L to R: Doug Erickson, Jason Dorgan.
(Not pictured: Robert Meyer)
The second annual Mad City 100K is in the books and now belongs to ultra history
At this point our Webcast is complete as we have posted finishing times for all runners. Please consider our Webcast unofficial... for official results follow the link on our website:
Congratulations to all runners, relay and solo who braved the difficult conditions, toed the line and answered the call to this challenging test of human endurance
Thank you for keeping up with our Webcast and be sure to check in with our ever expanding:
April 13th, 2008 12:41 am
April 13th, 2008 1:04 am
2008 Mad City 100K finishers are coming in. Congratulations to our top finishers
Michael Wardian... 6:56:57
Steve Stowers... 7:14:34
Adam Lint... 7:19:06
Carolyn Smith... 8:25:26
Connie Gardner... 8:52:07
Ann Heaslett... 9:40:37
The Big Ten... 6:27:41
Domination Station... 6:52:17
WTC We Two Cows... 7:17:11
April 12th, 2008 3:59 pm
Quote from Race Director Timo
"Michael Wardian has outlasted the competition and surged into a commanding lead. Michael has completed 9 laps and is currently in his last 10Km."
For the women... it's still a very close race between our top three runners who've all made it past Checkpoint 7: Carolyn Smith, Connie Gardner, Sonya Decker.
Click on our "List Participants" or "List Checkpoints" buttons below for the latest updates.
April 12th, 2008 12:56 pm
April 12th, 2008 1:01 pm
2008 Mad City 100K RDs
Mad City 100K RDs: Jason & Timo
Vilas aid station captain here,
The tents are set up and holding up to the buffetting wind. Most runners are going through so fast that they take some Heed or water to drink and then only a hammer gel. So at this point early in the race when only 2-3 laps have been run most solo runners aren't looking for much aid. The soup and hot chocolate have started to be a big hit for those relay runners that have finished. The party atmosphere is 200 yards off from the finish line where there is a heated shelter and indoor bathrooms, but the real action is at the finish line where Timo (race director) is calling out runners names and getting the crowd into the cheering. It's encouraging to see the tight competition developing and only time will tell where it ends. Well, got to get back to the aid station.
April 12th, 2008 9:11 am
The 2nd Annual Mad City got off under challenging conditions with tempertures of 31 degrees and a sputtering mix of snow and rain.
At 6:30am Honorary Race Director, Howard Nippert called the field to "set" and blew his whitle to send the runners on their journey... 10 laps around Lake Wingra.
Weather conditions are not expected to improve much today, but runner's spirits are high.
April 12th, 2008 8:13 am
April 12th, 2008 8:14 am
It's the 2nd Annual
Mad City 100K
Race starts Saturday April 12th at 6:30am CDT. Keep an eye on this
for race updates and runner positioning. As runners and teams complete each lap of our 10Km course we'll update their times and positions. Click the buttons
(below: on this screen)
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April 11th, 2008 8:50 am
Name of Event:
Mad City 100K Solo
Saturday April 12th, 2008
Name of Event:
Mad City 100K Relay (2 to 10 runners)
Saturday April 12th, 2008
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