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First 70 miles of WS100 - 6th in 16:55 (Garmin 920 ran out of memory, despite an empty memory)

  • 70.3mi
  • 12,251ft
  • 11:26:23
    Moving Time
  • 9:56/mi
    Avg Pace
  • 9,591


  1. James S.

    Fantasy running well done.

  2. Scott Robb

    Congratulations. Fantastic

  3. _ Padders

    Another awesome top ten. Great run!

  4. Florian Schütz

    Super solid as usual! Great performance again at WS

  5. Will Burruss

    You're amazing, another top 10!

  6. Torsten H.

    Congratulations, Ian on another top 10 finish! Absolutely incredible and inspiring!

  7. Josh Fields

    Great running man, but you need a Suunto

  8. Chad Lauterbach

    Congrats Ian. Was rooting for you! Amazing effort and time. Hopefully your stoked with the top 10 finish.

  9. David Parrott

    Garmin are overrated. Always said this. Still got one though....

  10. Devin Murphy

    The race was only memorable for sentient beings. Great work out there Ian!!

  11. Lowell K.

    Congrats, great race! I have no regrets about ditching Garmin after many worsening generations for an Ambit3 Peak.

  12. Shane Darden 🐌

    Nice job Ian!

  13. Chris H.

    Congrats! Great race!

  14. craig allen

    Well done Ian. So consistent

  15. Saulius Eidukas

    Congrats on another great race and on keeping your streak going!

  16. Mark Kenney

    Congrats Ian on a phenomenal race and finish! Do you know yet if you will be running Rocky Raccoon 100 again?

  17. Steve Connelly

    You are a monster, Ian. Congrats on another amazing race at WS!

  18. el Guiri

    Another top ten finish. Your an inspiration...a machine! Congratulations.

  19. Pete Mumbower

    Wow, killer race!

  20. Mario D.

    Great work. Congratulations

  21. Phil Strong


  22. bill holmes

    Congrats Ian. Phenomenal!

  23. TrailWx aka, Neil

    Great running, Mr. Top Ten!!

  24. Cody L.

    Great work!! Awesome see you on the climb up on bath road

  25. Shane Darden 🐌

    It looks like you went off course for a mile or two. Way to battle.

  26. Patrick Reagan

    Like a boss.

  27. Andy W.

    Ian, I saw your watch died between 11:30 and 12:00. My 920XT did the same on a recent 50-miler. Have you tried turning off GLONASS and switching the GPS ping to 3 seconds rather than 1 sec?

  28. Ian Sharman

    I've tried all options with the watch but it just isn't as good as the old 910 (which gave me no problems for 12-17 hours of mountains. So I ordered another 910 - more accurate, cheaper and much more reliable.