Montrail Ultra Cup Standings

by Team Montrail on December 7, 2009

The 09/10 Montrail Ultra Cup season is in full swing, with 4 races complete and 7 remaining. The competition started out fast and fierce at Where’s Waldo 100k, as both the men’s and women’s course records were shattered. Through the next 3 races (Vermont 50, MMTR, JFK50), two more course records have been set, as history continues to be made in the Montrail Ultra Cup. The standings, as you’ll see, are tight at the top, and with seven races remaining, ranging from 50k to 100k, we can expect a flurry to the finish, setting up for another showdown at Western States.

See you in Texas, January 9th for Bandera!

Men:
1. Glen Redpath – 91.04 points
2. Jose Suarez – 87.24 points
3. Zach Miller – 58.95 points
4. Neil Olsen – 56.69 points
5. Mark Lantz – 55.48 points
6. Yassine Diboun – 55.44 points
7. Matt Lonergan – 55.42 points
8. Geoffrey Donovan – 50.61 points
9. Victor Ballesteros – 50.54 points
10. Geoff Roes – 50 points
11. Michael Arnstein – 49.89 points
12. Lewis Taylor – 48.49 points

Women:
1. Meghan Arbogast – 104.70 points
2. Devon Crosby-Helms – 100 points
3. Monica Ochs – 95.20 points
4. Annette Bednosky – 91.60 points
5. Justine Morrison – 84.70 points
6. Alisa Springman – 76.88 points
7. Joelle Vaught – 62 points
8. Bev Anderson Abbs – 58.40 points
9. Alison Bryant – 55.66 points
10. Shawna Wilskey – 53.63 points
11. Amy Sproston – 53.35 points
12. Pam Smith – 47.06 points

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1 Craig Thornley December 8, 2009 at 11:48 pm

Can a 49 year old woman actually win the MUC? You go, Meghan! And good job Gary and Jesse for keeping us up-to-date on the series action.

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2 malcolm December 9, 2009 at 12:26 am

$50 says MUC winners are both over 40 this year. this is one sport that does not cater to the young! go get em. grrrrr

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