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The graphs show the distribution of finishers by hour (14 hours to 29 hours).Despite the heat in this year’s race, the finish rate of 81% is much higher than last year’s 67.2%.Five of them managed to finish in less than 24 hours to earn a well deserved silver buckle.369 runners started the 2018 Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run team surveyed a majority of those runners through the registration process at Squaw Final survey reflects N = 353 (95.6%) athletes though individual questions may vary if athlete did not answer or know answer.The training camp held on Memorial Weekend is a great weekend to get on the course for those running, supporting or spectating the race.Only a third of the runners in the survey attended the camp.However, attending camp does not seem to decrease the chance of a DNF as 38% of the runners who did not complete the race were at the training camp.
Special recognition should go to the 18 runners in the survey with no crew and no pacer.Many thanks to the survey team: Kara Teklinski, Emily Yu and Jessi Goldstein. One of the most challenging aspects of the Western States Endurance Run is its rugged, remote trails, most dating back to the Gold Rush era.As much as these trails pose a challenge for the runners, they also provide a challenge for communications and the team of volunteers responsible for tracking them.Only one runner was able to complete the course without a light – Jim Walmsley (and he did have a Petzl just in case!) Salomon was the top choice for all runners (sub 24 and overall) with Ultimate Direction and Nathan in second and third.