Spain’s Kilian Jornet ready to become a true Hardrocker at Hardrock 100

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Spain’s Kilian Jornet ready to become a true Hardrocker at Hardrock 100

Jornet prepared to defend ultra marathon title
Kilian Jornet of Spain set a new Hardrock 100 record when he finished last year’s race in 22 hours, 41 minutes, 35 seconds. He gained separation from the competition on all the climbs, which total 33,992 feet in all over the course of the 100-mile race.
Kilian Jornet made quick work of the entire Hardrock 100 course in 2014, and he’s back to prove he can go just as fast the other direction in 2015.
Darcy Piceu hopes her daughter Sophia Africa is able to join her for her final push to the finish line of the Hardrock 100 in SIlverton again this year. She is the three-time defending women’s champion.
Kilian Jornet of Spain will look to receive the Hardrock 100 first-place trophy again this year after a record-shattering performance in 2014.

Spain’s Kilian Jornet ready to become a true Hardrocker at Hardrock 100

Kilian Jornet of Spain set a new Hardrock 100 record when he finished last year’s race in 22 hours, 41 minutes, 35 seconds. He gained separation from the competition on all the climbs, which total 33,992 feet in all over the course of the 100-mile race.
Kilian Jornet made quick work of the entire Hardrock 100 course in 2014, and he’s back to prove he can go just as fast the other direction in 2015.
Darcy Piceu hopes her daughter Sophia Africa is able to join her for her final push to the finish line of the Hardrock 100 in SIlverton again this year. She is the three-time defending women’s champion.
Kilian Jornet of Spain will look to receive the Hardrock 100 first-place trophy again this year after a record-shattering performance in 2014.
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