The 14th ENDURrun is fast approaching, as runners prepare to travel to Waterloo next weekend for the start of the week-long event.
To help unlock some of the mystery of ENDURrun, today we have published the full set of historical results, right back to the inaugural 2003 event.
From these links, you can explore the numbers behind the incredible stories of ENDURrunners. In total, there have been 330 attempts at the ENDURrun Ultimate division (8 days, 7 stages, 160 KM, 1 tough runner), and 304 finishes, for a finish rate of 93%.
As you explore the results, you will notice some prolific performers. In the Ultimate division, Bob Jackman (pictured above) holds the record with five victories, and Joanne Bink holds the record with seven finishes and the most podium finishes. The all-time male record holder, Charles Bedley, set his dominant time of 9:37:38 in 2004. Since then, the closest challenge to that time is Robert Brouillette of Cambridge in 2015. Joanne and Robert are both back in the field for 2016.
Continue reading the full post on endurrun.com.