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Mike Wolfe and Joelle Vaught Win at Way Too Cool

 
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Cool, California, March 12. Mike Wolfe and Joelle Vaught were the winners of the highly competitive Way Too Cool 50K. Wolfe, from Helena, Montana took advantage of good weather to run the second fastest time in race history despite a muddy track. The course has had a variety of changes over the years and there were significant new course modifications this year. Vaught, who won here for the third time, edged Caitlin Smith for the win. There were 586 starters and 564 finishers, both records for the event.

Men
1. Mike Wolfe, 33, Helena, MT, 3:28:01
2. Todd Braje, 34, Arcata, CA, 3:33:57
3. Gary Gellin, 42, Menlo Park, CA, 3:35:50
4. Timothy Olson, 27, Ashland, OR, 3:36:36
5. Hal Koerner, 35, Ashland, OR, 3:41:00

Women
1. Joelle Vaught, 36, Boise, ID, 4:02:25
2. Caitlin Smith, 30, Oakland, CA, 4:03:37
3. Meghan Arbogast, 49, Corvallis, OR, 4:11:00
4. Caren Spore, 43, Davis, CA, 4:11:11
5. Denise Bourassa, 41, Boise, ID, 4:26:05

Photo at left: Joelle Vaught at the 2010 Western States 100 (Joe McCladdie photo)