Courtney Dauwalter (born February 13, 1985) is an American ultramarathon runner. She finished the Moab 240 race in 2 days, 9 hours, and 59 minutes, faster than any of the men in the pack and beating the second-place finisher by more than 10 hours.
In 2016, Dauwalter set the record on the Javelina Jundred 100K and won the Run Rabbit Run 100-mile race 75 minutes ahead of second place. In 2017, she set the record for the longest run in 24 hours, at 155.391 miles during the Riverbank One Day Classic. She also won the 2017 Run Rabbit Run during which she battled temporary blindness for the final 12 miles, a tough, technical part of the trail with rocks, turns, and obstacles
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