The 2016 edition of the Ohlone Wilderness 50K Trail Run is in the books. The full results are now posted below. This year, a number of “firsts” were achieved. Scott Trummer and Nina Giraudo were the overall winners for male
Jean Pommier has posted a great recap of the race as well, which is a great read and features photos that capture the beauty of the day. DiscoRunning on YouTube has posted a great video of the race start and
Attention all volunteers: please download and read the 2016 Volunteer Guide. It contains important information about race day events and logistics. Looking forward to a successful race!
Attention all runners: please download and read the 2016 Race Packet. It contains important information about race day events and logistics. Looking forward to a successful race!
If you love drawing arrows out of flour, have we got a job for you: Mark the course! We need your help on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. To sign up for one of the teams, go here: docs.google.com
Ohlone is excited to announce that Make It Mine Embroidery & Engraving in Morgan Hill is sponsoring this year’s race. The race would not happen without the support of our sponsors, volunteers, runners and cheering fans. Be sure to patronize
Trail Runner is running a weekly photo contest. To enter, simply tag photos on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook with #TrophySeries2016. Then, go vote for your favorite photo either on the Trail Runner website or Facebook page. The photo submission with
Volunteer for the 29th running of the Ohlone 50k! We need volunteers to help make the 29th annual running of the Ohlone 50k a success! To view open volunteer opportunities, please check out our Race Day Staffing section on our
Add a link to your photos in the comments Let’s use this space to share photos and stories among runners and their families. To see Larry England’s 2015 photos, check out this album!
The results are in! Jean Pommier Takes First With a time of 5:05:14, Jean not only took first overall for 2015, but he set a new category record for Mens 50-59. On a particularly hot year, this represents an extraordinary