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Boulderite, Frenchman run to Leadville Trail 100 victory

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Special to the Daily/Glen Delman PhotographyBoulderite Tina Lewis won the women's division of the Leadville Trail 100 Run with a time of 19:33:44 and established the third-fastest time in history for the division, missing the course record by 85 minutes. This is her third Trail 100 finish ahead of the 30-hour time limit. She placed fifth with a time of 21:53:05 last year.
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LEADVILLE – Competing against a stellar field of ultra-distance runners, Tina Lewis (Boulder) and Thomas Lorblanchet (Clermont-Ferrand, France) conquered a total elevation climb of 17,000 feet to take top honors at the 30th annual Leadville Trail 100 Run. Approximately 795 athletes started this year’s race from 43 states and 16 countries.

Lewis won the women’s division at 19:33:44 and established the third-fastest time in history for the division, missing the course record by 85 minutes. This is her third Trail 100 finish ahead of the 30-hour time limit. She placed fifth with a time of 21:53:05 last year.

Lorblanchet won the men’s division at 16:29:27, having the second-fastest time in history for the division and missing the course record by 47 minutes. This was his debut race in Leadville.

The women’s division saw Liza Howard (San Antonio) finishing second at 20:44:08, and Ashley Nordell (Sisters, Ore.) finishing third at 20:47:58. In the men’s division, Zeke Tiernan (Aspen) finished second at 16:44:20 and Nick Clark (Fort Collins) finished third at 17:11:15.


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