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Phil Shaw Breaks Course Record at Cascade Crest

 
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Easton, Washington, August 30. Phil Shaw of Everett, Washington broke the course record in winning the 11th annual Cascade Crest Classic 100-mile Endurance Run, which was held here on August 29-30. Shaw, who also won in 2006, finished 45 minutes ahead of Rod Bien of Bend, Oregon. His time of 19:47:40 was 6 minutes faster than the previous record, which was held by Todd Walker.

Samantha Sigle of Boulder, Colorado was the women’s winner, besting runner-up Ronda Sundermeier by nearly an hour. The race was held under ideal conditions, with mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures. 96 of the 128 starters finished within the 32-hour time limit.

Men
1. Phil Shaw, 23, Everett, WA, 19:47:40 (course record, old record 19:54:00 by Todd Walker, 2005)
2. Rod Bien, 35, Bend, OR, 20:33:43
3. Adam Hewey, 41, Seattle, WA, 20:42:36
4. Wouter Hamelinck, 27, Merelbeke, Bulgaria, 21:03:44
5. Sean Lang, 27, San Jose, CA, 21:08:20

Women
1. Samantha Sigle, 34, Boulder, CO, 23:18:41
2. Ronda Sundermeier, 42, Tigard, OR, 24:15:10
3. Jennifer Benna, 30, San Francisco, CA, 25:03:44
4. Allison Moore, 40, Seattle, WA, 25:13:08
5. Lisa Nicholl, 42, Rangiora, New Zealand, 26:07:02