The Montrail Ultra Cup is heading towards another exciting finish at Western States on June 28, 2014. Thus far, the Women’s field appears to be a bit of a runaway, while it’s up for grabs for any of the Men!
Montrail is proud to have helped 21 elites gain entrance to a coveted Western States spot in 2014 through the Ultra Cup, including its own Max King who won Ice Age 50 miler and set a blistering new record. Of the current MUC Top 10 Men and Women, almost half are slated to toe the line at the world’s oldest and most prestigious 100 miler.
Standings After Ice Age 50
|Name||Bandera 100k||Sean O’Brien 50m||Rocky Raccoon 100||Lake Sonoma 50m||Ice Age 50m||Grand Total|
|Name||Bandera 100k||Lake Sonoma 50m||Rocky Raccoon 100||Sean O’Brien 50m||Ice Age 50m||Grand Total|
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RD Prusaitis again at Rocky with winner Matthew Laye (center), 2nd place Ian Sharman (left) and 3rd place Jared Hazen (right).
Bandera & Rocky Raccoon Race Director Joe Prusaitis with Female Winner Nicole Studer (right) and second place Kaci Lickteig (left) at Rocky Raccoon 100 miler.
Winner of the Bandera 100k Jorge Maravilla and 2nd place David Laney in Texas.
RD of Sean O’Brien 50m Keira Henninger with winner Dylan Bowman (r), second Michael Aish (right center) and 3rd place Mike Wolfe (l).
From left to right: Tera Dube (4th), Sally McRae (2nd), Denise Bourassa (3rd), Cassie Scallon (1st) and RD Keira at Sean O’Brien 50 miler.
Max King and Kaci Lickteig with their Ice Age 50m trophies!