Ultra Corsica 2017 – Prelimnary Placings

Johan van der Merwe
Johan van der Merwe wins Ultra Corsica 2017 Photo courtsey Philippe Poupard

Ultra Corsica 2017 – Prelimnary Placings

The final stage of the 17 day journey that was Ultra Corsica 2017 drew to a close today with Johan van der Merwe (RSA) and Jannet Lange (NLD) taking top spots.

Jannet, on her blog, reports a long final stage with difficult weather conditions amounting  to 1005 km with 18000 altitude, taking 122 hours and 5 minutes.

Johan said on his Facebook page:
Stage 17 of 17 completed. Went off course again and had to run very hard over the final 10km to secure the sub 89 hour result. Thanks to all who have supported me during my adventure. I will post a decent race report soon. Special thank to my wife Corine Van Der Merwe and Hoka South Africa Hoka One One.

These are not the official results which will be published on the website when all the checks have been completed. These are prelimnary placings and are an approximate guide to what occurred.

Ultra Corsica 2017 – Prelimnary Placings

Pos Name Ctry Time
1 Johan van der Merve RSA 88h 36
2 Hayato Kochi JPN 110h 0
3 Henrik Ortved DEN 116h 27
4 Jannet Lange NDL 122h 5
5 Berit Jessen DEN 137h 5
6 Jean Paul Frey CAN 141h 29
7 Hans Lachmann GER 147h 17
8 Marcelo Degiorgio ARG 147h 17
9 Karla Kent CZE 163h 8
10 Martin Hack AUS DNF
11 Bernard Fisset BEL DNF
12 Peter Suijkerbuijk NDL DNF
13 Susan Brocklebank GBR DNF
14 Jeanette Rogers GBR DNF
15 Olivier Joubert FRA DNF
16 Patrick Sweeney USA DNF

 

Race Links
Race website: www.ultracorsica.com
Facebook: Ultra Corsica
Race Director: Philippe Poupard Facebook
Jannet Lange Blog: Ultra Corsica Dag 12
Johan van der Merwe: Facebook

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