Herron and Reagan named #4 2019 UltraRunners of the Year

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Camille Herron

Camille Herron is ranked fourth in the voting for 2019. Herron broke her own world record with a startling 167.842 miles while winning the IAU World Championship in Albi, France. She also won the Tarawera 100 Mile in New Zealand, setting a course record. In an up and down year, Herron suffered DNFs at Lake Sonoma, Comrades and Western States. A native of Oklahoma, Herron and her husband, Conor, recently moved to Alamosa, Colorado. – John Medinger Photo: Tracey Outlaw

2019 Race Results

Race Time Place
Tarawera (New Zealand) 17:20:52 1
IAU Championships (France) 167.84 1
Comrades (South Africa) dnf
Western States dnf
Hennepin 3:27:21 1
Lake Sonoma dnf

Patrick Reagan

Patrick Reagan checks in at number four in the 2019 UROY voting. Reagan’s stellar year included two swift 100-mile wins at Javelina and Brazos Bend, an eighth-place finish at Western States, and a very swift 6:33 100K at the Project X Invitational. A college track and cross-country coach, Reagan and his wife, Adrienne, live in Savannah, Georgia, – John Medinger Photo: Howie Stern

2019 Race Results

Race Time Place
Daufuskie Island 4:21:36 1
Way Too Cool 3:30:42 8
Project X Invitational 6:33:50 2
Project X Invitational 5:08:21
Western States 15:54:31 8
Orsières-Champes-Chamonix (OCC) (Switzerland) 5:50:48 15
Javelina Jundred 13:11:48 1
Brazos Bend 12:21:43 1
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