The Last Annual Vol State Road Race 2017 – Updates 96 Hours – Francesca Muccini Wins

The Last Annual Vol State Road Race is a 500 km nonstop race acroos Tennessee starting at Dorena Landing in Missouri and finishing at Castle Rock just inside Georgia.
There are no aid stations. Runners are crewed or self-crewed (screwed) and participants have to find their own food, water and shelter. They have 10 days to complete the distance. If a runner decides to stop for any reason there is usually (not always) a ride to civilisation. There are cut-offs, known affectionately as Oprah and personified as moving at the average pace required to finish within the time limit. Tombstones mark the map (see link below) where a participant failed to make it to a specified point in time.

As I write this Francesca has probably finished and the Ultralist is waiting with baited breath to see if a woman will be King of The Road again.

Update: Indeed, I was right, Francesca Muccini wins The 2017 Last Annual Vol State Road Race in 4d 04:18:05.

2017 Vol State – 96 Hour Update

PosNameMiles
Women
1Francesca Muccini296
2
Norma Bastidas
236
3
Karen Jackson
233
4
Jennifer Carvallo
223
5
Anne Green
215
Men
1Kevin Gerteisen285
2
Frank Dahl
244
3
Matt Collins
244
4
Brian Trinkle
240
5
Greg Pressler
236

Race Links

Tracking Sheet: http://www.tinyurl.com/Volstate2017
Map: https://drive.google.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/volstaterun

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