Cohutta 100

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Cohutta 100
Race details
Date Late April
Region Cohutta Wilderness, Tennessee & Georgia
Discipline Mountain Bike
Type 100 Mile Ultra Endurance
Organiser New Leaf Adventures
Race director Barbara Border
History
First edition 2006 (2006)
Editions 9

The Cohutta 100 is an ultra-endurance 100 mile (162 km) mountain bike race held annually in late April. The race starts and ends at the Ocoee Whitewater Center in Copperhill, Tennessee. The course is one large loop through the Cohutta Wilderness area with approximately 35% single-track and 60% remote forest service roads, and a total of over 12,000 feet of elevation gain. My racers one of the most challenging parts are the numerous small but very steep climbs.

The race has been one of the stops of the National Ultra Endurance Series since 2006. Jeff Schalk holds the record for the best finish time (6:23 in 2009) while Amanda Carey established a new record time for female finishers of 7:33 in 2011.

Results[edit]

Year Male Winner Finish Time Female Winner Finish Time
2014 Jeremiah Bishop 7:26 Brenda Simril 9:34
2013 Jeremiah Bishop 7:01 Cheryl Sornson 8:31
2012 Christian Tanguy 6:28 Cheryl Sornson 7:34
2011 Christian Tanguy 6:27 Amanda Carey 7:33
2010 Jeff Schalk 6:49 Amanda Carey 8:04
2009 Jeff Schalk 6:23 Carey Lowery 8:06
2008 Jeff Schalk 6:48 Pua Sawicki 7:44
2007 Chris Eatough 6:45 Danielle Musto 8:34
2006 Mark Hendershot 7:49 Karen Masson 8:36

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