Spain’s Kilian Jornet, Durango’s Jason Schlarb finish as co-champions at Hardrock 100

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Spain’s Kilian Jornet, Durango’s Jason Schlarb finish as co-champions at Hardrock 100

Jornet, Schlarb conquer 100 miles together

Spain’s Kilian Jornet, Durango’s Jason Schlarb finish as co-champions at Hardrock 100

Spain’s Kilian Jornet, left, and Durango’s Jason Schlarb were euphoric Saturday in Silverton after they tied for first place in the Hardrock 100.
Jason Schlarb, left, and Kilian Jornet crossed the finish line hand-in-hand Saturday morning in Silverton, as they tied for first place in the Hardrock 100.
France’s Xavier Thévenard, front, and Kilian Jornet ran together up Bear Creek Trail on Friday after passing through Ouray during the first half of the Hardrock 100.
France’s Xavier Thévenard felt every mile of the Hardrock 100 when he finally took a seat at the finish line.
Jeff Browning made history at the Hardrock 100 on Saturday, as he smashed the old record for the Western States/Hardrock double. With only 19 days separating the two races, Browning finished the 200 combined miles in 42 hours, 12 minutes, 45 seconds to break former record holder Nick Clark’s 2011 time of 43:33:23.
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