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Event Logo 2016 USATF 50 Mile Trail Championships
Saturday, June 4, 2016 - Saturday, June 4, 2016
Robert H. Treman State Park
Ithaca, NY





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NIAGARA RESULTS

WOMEN

Place

Masters Division Place

Name

Bib

Age

City, State 

Time

3

 

Laura Kline

3134

38

New Paltz, NY 

08:28

9

1st 45-49

Olga Huber

3115

45

Macedon, NY 

10:31

10

 

Jade Mills

3178

36

Syracuse, NY 

11:07

12

 

Danielle Podeszek

3202

27

Hamburg, NY 

12:05

14

3rd 45-49

Christine L. B. Reynolds

3210

46

Newfield, NY 

12:52

16

 

Miranda Sharlette

3237

31

Rochester, NY 

13:34

MEN

Place

Masters Division Place

Name

Bib

Age

City, State (Association)

Time

2

 

Jared Burdick

3033

29

Fayetteville, NY 

06:55

10

 

C Fred Joslyn

3124

32

Mount Holly Springs, PA 

08:09

12

 

Jason Mintz

3180

36

Syracuse, NY 

08:28

18

 

Benjamin Snodgrass

3251

24

Apalachin, NY 

10:05

20

1st 55-59

Todd Baum

3014

58

Fayetteville, NY 

10:47

21

 

Pete Kresock

3137

33

Ithaca, NY 

10:47

25

 

Jon Podeszek

3201

28

Hamburg, NY 

12:05

26

3rd 45-49

Robert Seltzer

3233

49

Freeville, NY 

12:11

28

1st 60-64

Charles Leonard

3148

60

Freeville, NY 

12:21

30

 

Joshua Teeter

3261

39

Newfield, NY 

13:16



QUOTES 
Laura Kline - 3rd place open women
"Cayuga Trails 50 is one of the coolest and challenging courses I've raced and Ian hosts a top-notch event. My plan was to run the first loop relaxed and not worry about placement. The 2nd loop was definitely rough with the rising temps but overall I took 23 minutes off last year's time and that was my main goal coming into this race."
 
Jared Burdick - 2nd place open men
"This is my second time running this event and it is really well run and very organized. Ian Golden, the race director, puts on such a great race that lets you take in views of the gorges and waterfalls of Robert Treman to Buttermilk Falls state park. It's a lot on runnable trail, but includes a lot of steps climbing and descending the parks. 

My plan was to go out moderately conservative and see how I felt and where I was during the race at around 37 miles and if I could, make a strong push to the finish. I went out pretty much like I wanted to but I started mildly cramping fairly early around 20ish. I backed off a little and kept it at a decent pace through 37 and ended up kind of holding it steady from there. 
 
I'm very happy with how I ran and I improved on last years time by 5minutes in probably worse conditions."

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