Quebec Mega Path 100-miles: Sangé Sherpa units new course report with sub-20 end

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UPDATED July 3, 2022

Sangé Sherpa arrived on the end line on the Mont Ste-Anne ski resort Saturday afternoon in a exceptional sub-20 hours (19:35:52), in solely the second operating of the very demanding 100-mile course at Quebec Mega Path, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this yr. The Nepalese runner, who is predicated in France, received the Swiss Peaks Path 170K in 2021 and now provides the QMT win and new course report to his resume, at age 40. QMT 110K winner from 2018, Jean-François Cauchon of Quebec Metropolis, was second at the moment, additionally dipping underneath the earlier course report with 20:05:14. (Cauchon additionally received the Bromont Extremely 100 miles and Harricana 125K in 2018; final yr he was third at QMT 110K.) Bastien Olivier Hammond of Vancouver took third, in 22:26:45.

Appropriately, the race acknowledges the highest 5 women and men finishers within the 100-mile race. Yannick Bernard of St-Georges, Que. was fourth Saturday in 22:36:08, and Robin Fournier of Switzerland was fifth, in 24:25:26.

Jean-François Cauchon takes 2nd place within the QMT 100-mile, July 2, 2022. Photograph: Anne Francis

It was a unbelievable weekend of racing in Quebec’s Beaupré and Charlevoix areas, and regardless of the thunder bathe that compelled a barely earlier begin for the 100-miles in Baie St-Paul (by 10 minutes) on Friday night, the weekend was clean crusing. A number of race distances involving varied begin line areas make for an thrilling day, culminating in a typical end line for two,560 athletes from 15 international locations on the Mont Ste-Anne, a 40-minute drive east of Quebec Metropolis. 

On the time of publication, Kelsey Hogan of New Brunswick was main the ladies within the 100-mile race.

 





80K males

  1. Joey Bellanger 9:04:49
  2. Hans Christian Smedsrud 9:33:02
  3. Samuel Audet 9:36:54 
Begin of the QMT 110K and 80K, July 2, 2022. Photograph: Josée Lapierre

80K girls

  1. Flavie Pelletier 11:38:42
  2. Molly Hurford 11:51:56 (Hurford crossed the end line first, however was assessed a 30-minute time penalty for not having an emergency blanket, which is on the necessary gear record)
  3. Mélanie Baetz 12:11:19

50K men

  1. Jean-Philippe Thibodeau 5:01:49
  2. Elliot Cardin 5:09:37
  3. David Jeker 5:11:22
Males’s 50K podium 2022, QMT 50K. Photograph: Anne Francis

50K girls

  1. Katherine Brief 5:40:42
  2. Sarah Bergeron Larouche 5:44:51
  3. Mélodie Gilbert 5:54:15
Katherine Brief wins the 50K at Quebec Mega Path, July 2, 2022. Photograph: Anne Francis

The outcomes from the ladies’s 100 miles and males’s and girls’s outcomes from the 110K will observe.

Full outcomes may be discovered right here.  

 



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