Friday, March 26, 2010

2010 Bald Mountain Snowshoe/Ski Challenge


March 20, 2010, the annual Bald Mountain Snowshoe/Ski Challenge sponsored by The Elephant's Perch of Ketchum. The roughly 2,000 vertical foot climb started from the base of River Run, went up Lower River Run to Lower Canyon, to the cattrack winding up to the south side of Roundhouse Restaurant. There were 38 finishers. With the course change, 28 in the snowshoe class and five in the ski class finished in less than an hour. Finishing times in minutes and seconds; hours, minutes and seconds. Age after name, and class finish in parentheses.

SNOWSHOE

PLACE, NAME, AGE, CLASS TIME

1—Rich Mull, 57 (1) 28:45

2—Jenny Tobin, 41 (1) 31:13

3—Kristin Smith, 41 (2) 32:03

4—Steve Smith, 38 (2) 33:04

5—Dan Young, 48 (3) 33:17

6—Jim Bradford, 58 (4) 33:19

7—Chris Abbot, 34 (5) 34:59

8—Gordon Player, 66 (6) 35:44

9—Marc Driver, 43 (7) 36:25

10—Paris Nicholson, 34 (8) 36:45

11—Rob Reeder, 53 (9) 37:30

12—John Swyers, 70 (10) 37:49

13—Jon Holmquist, 57 (11) 38:24

14—Hector Ocampo, 32 (12) 40:06

15—Gloria Kimball, 54 (3) 41:13

16—Lucy Bourret, 48 (4) 41:14

17—Jennett Zimmerman, 35 (5) 41:48

18—Sue Engelmann, 51 (6) 42:11

19—Stephen Moreland, 52 (13) 42:41

20—Jay Dawg, 35 (14) 43:26

21—Peter Maier, 69 (15) 43:59

22—Carol Rank, 52 (7) 45:47

23—Brian Brockette, 61 (16) 45:55

24—Laurie Breedveld, 47 (8) 46:20

25—George Caton, 62 (17) 46:57

25—Sam East, 69 (18) 47:05

27—Shawn Myers, 40 (9) 55:37

28—Linda Peterson, 67 (10) 59:44

29—Joann Levy, 69 (11) 1.02:08

30—Carol Marlowe, 58 (12) 1.06:47

31—Reisha Holton, 49 (13) 1.12:26

SKI CLASS

1—Michael Tobin, 46 (1) 28:41

2—Roger Mankus, 52 (2) 35:20

3—India Wysong, 36 (1) 44:55

4—David Hertel, 54 (3) 51:23

5—Cathy Curran, 57 (2) 56:28

6—Keri York, 30 (3) 1.02:47

7—Sam Stronach, 33 (4) 1.17:17




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