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News: Phil Lowry Dominates Yet Another Wasatch 100
C&J's Phil Lowry recently finished yet another Wasatch 100, which is described as "one of the most uniquely challenging ultrarunning events in the world." This was Phil's 19th Wasatch 100 race finish. Phil finished the 100 mile endurance race in 31:10:04.  In addition to running the race, Phil is also on the board of the Wasatch 100 and is one of the race's course designer.  Congratulations Phil on your unbelievable accomplishment, and good luck next year as you attempt to complete your 20th Wasatch 100. Read more about the Wasatch 100 here.



- Phil and his pacer, Justin Daining, on the race course.  Photo taken by the Wizard of the Wasatch, Bob Athey.
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