Our 2015 event has come to a successful conclusion!

Many, many thanks to our skilled and passionate volunteer force.  You are, without a doubt, what makes the Cuyamaca 100k the race that it is.

Thanks to all who toed the line yesterday, and, though conditions were favorable, 63 miles in the mountains is a tough day for anyone.  You are all amazing people!

Kris Brown of Seattle led all day and finished 1st overall in 9:34:43. First place woman and 6th overall Cindy Lynch, finished in 11:17:53, and was only 9 minutes off the course record.  Congrats to you both!  Amazing performances!

Complete results can be found here.

Cindy Lynch (right) cruising the meadows of the 3rd loop. (photo by Christy Baker)
Kris Brown (below) climbing strong early on. (photo by Keshav Dahiya)

San Diego Ultra Slam
Since the creation of the Cuyamaca100k last year the RD's of San Diego's mountain ultra races have put together a special award for those runners who complete four races of each iconic ultra distance; 50k, 50 miles, 100k, and 100 miles. Please visit sandiegoultraslam.com for more information.

Running Medics
Are you a doctor, nurse, paramedic, or other medical professional? Do you want to help the So-Cal ultra and trail running community by volunteering at events? Local ultrarunner and medic, Nick Nudell, is building a great resource to help events and medical professionals hook up to the benefit and safety of all involved. If you are a medical professional with or without a running background, please visit Nick's Running Medics site to see how you can help.