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Hardrock 100: Kilian Jornet and Courtney Dauwalter break overall course records

Note: This story has been updated. Kilian Jornet was the first to kiss the rock at the finish of this year’s Hardrock 100, after 21 and a half hours of racing in Colorado’s San Juans. His time (21:36:24) is a new overall course record, and this was Jornet’s fifth title in as many outings. Courtney Dauwalter is the women’s winner and sixth overall, in 26:44:38–also an overall course record; victory was all the sweeter for Dauwalter, who dropped out of last year’s race with stomach trouble after 62 miles. (She went on to win UTMB in August 2021.)
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Courtney Dauwalter Joins A Leki Roster Of International Trail Runners

Leki, the manufacturer of skiing, trekking and trail running poles, announced it had signed American ultramarathon runner Courtney Dauwalter. “Courtney’s incredible talent, passion and outgoing personality transcend the sport of trail running,” said Sven Brunso, Leki marketing director. “Her accomplishments have put her on the global stage alongside the best of the best, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome her to the team.”
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World’s Top Ultrarunner Courtney Dauwalter Joins LEKI

BUFFALO, NY – November 29, 2021 – LEKI, a leader in innovative skiing, trekking and trail running poles, announced today they have inked a deal with trail running legend Courtney Dauwalter. Winning top honors and breaking records at races such as UTMB and Tahoe 200, Dauwalter has established herself as one of the most prestigious athletes in the world.
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WATCH: Behind Courtney Dauwalter & Francois D’haene’s Ultra-Trail Races at Hardrock 100 and UTMB

Get access to everything we publish when you sign up for Outside+. There are many reasons to run an ultra-trail race, but are there many to run two of the hardest ultra-trail races in the world with only 6 weeks in between? Let the ultra legends @CourtneyDauwalter and @François_dHaene take you onboard the biggest challenge of their lives as they take on the Hardrock 100 and the Ultra Trail du Mont-Blanc®️ during the summer of 2021.
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WATCH: Courtney Dauwalter and François D’haene take on Hardrock 100 and UTMB

Courtney Dauwalter and François D’haene are arguably the two biggest names in ultrarunning right now. Both have dominated the international ultrarunning circuit over the last few years, winning several of the most prestigious ultra races across the globe, and now Salomon is offering a behind-the-scenes look at their races at this year’s Hardrock 100 and UTMB. (Spoiler alert: d’Haene won both; Dauwalter won one.)
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Inside the Adaptable Mind of Courtney Dauwalter

Become a member to unlock this story and receive other great perks. *Outside memberships are billed annually. More Details. One of the most dangerous traps to fall into, in running and in life, is thinking you’ve got it all figured out. When you mistake fitness and preparation for having control, your perceptions, thoughts and beliefs become rigid. You tend to acknowledge only the cues that support your expectations, ignoring anything that suggests otherwise.
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Breaking Down the Dominance of Courtney Dauwalter

Courtney Dauwalter’s epic performance running around Mt. Blanc wasn’t perfect, but it was pretty darn close. After a disappointing DNF at Colorado’s Hardrock 100 in mid-July, the Salomon-sponsored runner was back in top form at the 172km Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc on August 27-28 in Chamonix, France, as she not only successfully defended her 2019 title, but she did it with such record-shattering flair that it left it fans, followers and fellow athletes in mesmerizing awe.
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How Courtney Dauwalter Smashed the Women’s Record at UTMB

Courtney Dauwalter returned to the 106-mile Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB) to defend her 2019 crown and did not disappoint in her second appearance in Chamonix, France. The 36-year-old from Golden, Colorado, led wire to wire in the women’s race, running into only a few minor issues along the way to set a new course record in 22:30:54 and finish seventh overall.
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Courtney Dauwalter Breaks UTMB Record To Win

Courtney Dauwalter’s epic performance running around Mt. Blanc this past weekend wasn’t perfect, but it was pretty darn close. After a disappointing DNF at Colorado’s Hardrock 100 in mid-July, the Salomon-sponsored runner was back in top form at the 172km Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc on August 27-28 in Chamonix, France, as she not only successfully defended her 2019 title, but she did it with such record-shattering flair that it left it fans, followers and fellow athletes in mesmerizing awe.
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Courtney Dauwalter breaks course record to win her second straight UTMB title

Courtney Dauwalter led the race from start to finish to win her second consecutive crown on the 171 km loop around Mont Blanc. She shattered her winning time from 2019, beating it by two hours and two minutes (22:30:54) and setting the all-time female record. The record she broke was held by American Rory Bosio, running 22:37:26 in 2013 (on a course three-kilometres shorter).
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Courtney Dauwalter Returns To UTMB

Courtney Dauwalter is excited to be back in Chamonix, France, to run the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc again, but as a well-known foodie, she’s also enticed by the yummy gastronomy this celebrated mountain village has to offer. “Being back in Chamonix is so cool because it’s a reunion of the same...
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