Bonnet Breaks File, Laukli Leads Girls – iRunFar

Oww, oww, Rémi Bonnet did it!

Bonnet ran 2:00:20 to change into the quickest ever up 14,115-foot Pikes Peak.

The document occurred as a part of the 2023 Pikes Peak Ascent on September 16. The race began within the city of Manitou Springs, Colorado, and climbed 7,800 toes over a mean 11% grade towards the excessive altitude end on the mountain summit. The ultimate three miles are all above treeline, and there was snow on the upper stretches this 12 months.

Within the girls’s race, Olympian Sophia Laukli continues to dominate girls’s mountain operating, on this case operating away from the remainder of the sector to complete about 3.5 minutes forward of everybody else.

Learn on for the total race story.

2023 Pikes Peak Ascent Males’s Race

Rémi Bonnet gained final 12 months’s race in 2:07:02, and so his run this 12 months was considerably quicker than his former greatest. The earlier greatest was Matt Carpenter’s 2:01:06, run as a part of the roundtrip Pikes Peak Marathon race in 1993. Carpenter’s full Marathon time that 12 months was 3:16:39.

This 12 months’s race was a part of the Golden Path World Collection, and Bonnet earned a $3,000 first-place prize, however simply missed a $10,000 time bonus for going underneath two hours.

Bonnet has made his mark as an uphill ace lately and within the week main as much as the race, reset his personal quickest identified time on the Manitou Springs Incline, a mile-long, stair-stepped, 2,000-foot climb. This was his first race again after dropping from August’s Sierre-Zinal occasion in Switzerland.

Patrick Kipngeno (Kenya), the two-time World Mountain Working Championships Uphill race winner, was second in 2:04:09, and that’s the third-best time ever up the mountain. Kipngeno trails solely Bonnet and Carpenter on the all-time charts.

Prime American Eli Hemming moved up one place from a 12 months in the past and was third in 2:07:40. Two-time Pikes Peak Marathon winner Seth Demoor added the Ascent as a part of a double and was fourth in 2:09:47.

4-time race winner Joseph Grey topped out in 2:11:19 for fifth.

Remi Bonnet - 2023 Pikes Peak Ascent champion - new record 1

Rémi Bonnet successful the 2023 Pikes Peak Ascent and setting a brand new course document. Photograph: Pikes Peak Ascent

2023 Pikes Peak Ascent Males’s Outcomes

  1. Rémi Bonnet (Switzerland) – 2:00:20
  2. Patrick Kipngeno (Kenya) – 2:04:09
  3. Eli Hemming – 2:07:40
  4. Seth Demoor – 2:09:47
  5. Joseph Grey – 2:11:19
  6. Roberto Delorenzi (Switzerland) – 2:11:20
  7. Daniel Osanz (Spain) – 2:12:34
  8. Brian Whitfield – 2:14:55
  9. Chad Corridor – 2:15:08
  10. Noah Williams – 2:15:16
  11. Meikael Beaudoin-Rousseau – 2:16:30
  12. Sam Hendry – 2:16:43
  13. Philemon Kiriago (Kenya) – 2:16:44
  14. Daniel Pattis (Italy) – 2:20:01
  15. Alex García Carillo (Spain) – 2:20:24
  16. Anthony Felber (France) – 2:22:11
  17. Darren Thomas – 2:22:37
  18. Eder Belmont (Mexico) – 2:22:37
  19. Juan Carlos Carera (Mexico) – 2:22:39
  20. Johen DeLeon – 2:23:12

Full outcomes.

2023 Pikes Peak Ascent Girls’s Race

No information fell within the girls’s race, however Sophia Laukli’s having a world-best 12 months. Already the Mont Blanc Marathon and Sierre-Zinal winner, Laukli picked up her third Golden Path World Collection win of the 12 months. Laukli pulled away within the final two miles and gained in 2:35:54. She was third in final 12 months’s race in 2:34:30. A Nordic ski Olympian, Laukli’s subsequent anticipated to race the Mammoth Path Fest 26k, additionally a part of the Golden Path World Collection, in California subsequent weekend.

Second-place Judith Wyder (Switzerland) summitted in 2:39:35, and Anna Gibson was a shock third-place finisher in 2:43:59.

Spanish runners Malen Osa and Sara Alonso had been fourth and fifth in 2:47:23 and a couple of:48:13, respectively.

Sophia Laukli - 2023 Pikes Peak Ascent champion

Sophia Laukli, 2023 Pikes Peak Ascent champion. Photograph: Pikes Peak Ascent

2023 Pikes Peak Ascent Girls’s Outcomes

  1. Sophia Laukli – 2:35:54
  2. Judith Wyder (Switzerland) – 2:39:35
  3. Anna Gibson – 2:43:59
  4. Malen Osa (Spain) – 2:47:23
  5. Sara Alonso (Spain) – 2:48:13
  6. Júlia Font (Spain) – 2:49:06
  7. Alicia Vargo – 2:49.:16
  8. Elise Poncet (France) – 2:50:10
  9. Tabor Hemming – 2:50:30
  10. Sylvia Nordskar (Norway) – 2:51:38
  11. Hali Hafeman – 2:52:53
  12. Allie McLaughlin – 2:53:19
  13. Giselle Slotboom – 2:56:02
  14. Rachel Tomajczyk – 2:57:32
  15. Anna-Stiina Erkkilä (Finland) – 2:57:56
  16. Camilla Magliano (Italy) – 2:59:20
  17. Monica Mădălina Florea (Romania) – 3:00:07
  18. Lara Hamilton (Australia, lives within the U.S.) – 3:00:13
  19. Jessica Yeaton – 3:02:13
  20. Allie Ostrander – 3:04:47

(In 2023, Ostrander was suspended for 4 months after testing optimistic for canrenone, a metabolite of spironolactone, after it was decided that she mistakenly took the drug with out first acquiring a World Anti-Doping Company Therapeutic Use Exemption.)

Full outcomes.

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