On July 10, 140 runners jammed behind the Hardrock 100 Endurance Run start line in Silverton, Colorado. They looped a 100.5-mile course that climbs 33,992 vertical feet—at an average elevation of 11,000 feet—through Telluride, Ouray, and back to Silverton. Spanish phenom Kilian Jornet set a new course record in 23 hours and 28 minutes, while Anna Frost topped the women’s field in 28 hours and 22 minutes. They were followed across the line by 126 racers. Each one visited Kroger’s Canteen, an aid station perched at 13,100 feet—and so did Salomon’s filmers.
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