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Rose Grant wins women's Leadville Trail 100 MTB

Rose Grant wins Leadville Trail 100 MTB 2021
Rose Grant wins Leadville Trail 100 MTB 2021 (Image credit: Leadville Trail 100 MTB)

Rose Grant took a well-earned victory at the 2021 Leadville Trail 100 MTB on Saturday. She covered the 100-mile rugged mountain bike route in 7:23 beating runner-up Moriah Wilson by more than three minutes and third placed Sarah Strum by nearly seven minutes.

“My favorite part of the day, in a love-hate type of way, was the depth of field this year. The racing was completely different than two years ago; the women were mixing it up the entire time and kept the pressure on. It was super suspenseful as to who was going to be the strongest," said Rose Grant following her victory.

The challenging route offered 100 miles of rough terrain through the Colorado Rockies as the course brought them through 13,000 feet of net elevation gain, topping out at 12,424 feet. 

Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Rose Grant 7:23:57
2Moriah Wilson 0:03:35
3Sarah Sturm 0:06:59
4Hannah Finchamp 0:21:16
5Katerina Nash 0:23:42
6Melisa Rollins 0:24:32
7Helena Gilbert-Snyder 0:40:08
8Serena Gordon 0:42:48
9Jasmin Duehring 0:51:11
10Kaysee Armstrong 1:07:09
11Laura King 1:19:32
12Hannah Wood 1:19:42
13Andrea Dvorak 1:25:42
14Amity Rockwell 2:03:55

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