Race Results- Superior Fall Trail Races 2016

The races are over. The runners are recovering from a grueling run over plenty of muddy trails, lots of rocks and tree roots, and for many -running both day and night – a real obstacle course. I’ve seen nothing yet as far as footwear worn by the runners.

100  mile top male winners: Frank Pipp, Joe Uhan, Timbo Jenkins

100  mile top female winners: Mallory Richard, Tina Johnson, Stephanie Hoff

50  mile top male winners: Michael Borst, Kurt Keiser, Jacob Lawrence

50  mile top female winners: Katrina Greiner, Rochelle Wirth , Kelly Johnson-Runions

26.2  mile top male winners: Jake Hegge, Benjamin Kamph, Aaron Paul

26.2  mile top female winners: Stephanie Sathre, Gretchen Metsa, Heather Weckwerth

Full Race Results can be seen here.

The course is tough, see elevations of Superior Fall Trail Races



About Mike Hohmann

I did lots of camping/hiking as a kid in the Scouts, and I still strive to 'be prepared.' After high school, I got bored with more school and enlisted in the Army Corps. of Engineers, doing two tours in Vietnam. Post military, I completed BS and MBA degrees and spent several decades with Corporate America, working mostly in the areas of conventional and renewable energy. I also spent over a decade as a self-employed small business consultant in marketing and finance. As a young family man with a wife and two kids, we spent many vacations camping and hiking in northern Minnesota. I spent additional long weekends fishing the rivers and camping/hiking along the North Shore of Lake Superior. I retired early and hit the trails hard-- in the lower-48, Alaska, and western Canada. These days I backpack, car-camp and day-hike, go snowshoeing, and try to get the grand-kids out to teach them the ways of the trail. Other interests include American Revolutionary War and Civil War history, 19th and 20th century firearms, Native American history; business and macroeconomics. I'm a recently-licensed amateur (Ham) radio operator, and I look forward to many radio-related adventures in coming months. Life is good! Member, Superior Hiking Trail Association; Member, Appalachian Mountain Club; Member, REI; Member, ARRL- Amateur Radio Relay League, the National Assoc. for Amateur Radio; Twin Cities Metro Skywarn Spotter; Twin City FM Club; Richfield Amateur Radio Club; QRP ARCI, Low-Power Amateur Radio Club International; Honorary Member, Toronto QRP Society; Life Member, National Rifle Association
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