Leadville 100 MTB: Full Results and More

THE RESULTS: Top Female Finishers

In the women’s division:

  • Rose Grant, 39, of Columbia Falls, Mont. placed first with a finish time of 7:23:57

  • Moriah Wilson, 25, of Mill Valley, Calif. secured second place with a finish time of 7:27:32

  • Sarah Sturm, 32, of Durango, Colo. placed third in the division with a completion time of 7:30:56

 

THE RESULTS: Top Male Finishers

In the men’s division:

  • Keegan Swenson, 27, of Heber City, Utah placed first with a finish time of 6:11:26

  • Lachlan Morton, 29, of Boulder, Colo. secured second place with a finish time of 6:19:22

  • Howard Grotts, 28, of Missoula, Mont. placed third in the division with a completion time of 6:21:47

To view all results, head to Athlinks and search for riders by their name or bib number.

Race Day Quotes

“My favorite part of the day, in a love-hate type of way, was the depth of field this year. The racing was completely different than two years ago; the women were mixing it up the entire time and kept the pressure on. It was super suspenseful as to who was going to be the strongest.” – Rose Grant

“I just tried to ride smooth, Lachlan is a heck of a rider and so is Howard. Columbine was my favorite part of the course — I loved the views, seeing everyone climbing up as I was descending, everyone was cheering for each other. I’m definitely coming back next year.” – Keegan Swenson

Race Day Stats

  • More than 1,500 athletes

  • Riders ranging in age from 18 to 74 years old

  • 49 states and 12 countries were represented

 

(pictured above, Ty Hall and Cole Chlouber crossing the finishing line together)

Back of the Pack Challenge

Today, Leadville local Ty Hall took on his 19th Leadville Trail 100 mountain bike race. Ty started dead last this morning, with the mission of passing as many riders as possible and raising money for the Leadville Trail 100 Legacy Foundation. For each rider that Ty passed, more money was raised.