Alex Minor was the first to cross the finish line at the first ever Hurricane 100K.
Alex Minor of Huntington was the first of 16 runners to cross the finish line at the first ever 100K (62.5 miles) trail race in Hurricane and in West Virginia. Minor’s time was 8 hours, 38 minutes and 31 seconds. As the first male finisher, he received $1500 first place money. The longest race in which Minor had previously competed was 50K.
Hollyann Swann, as the first female to complete the race, also won $1500. Her time was 9 hours, 31 minutes, 32 seconds. Earlier this year, Swann ran a 100K race in Oregon.
Second place male and female finishers won $750 and third place male and female won $375. Top coed, female, and male relay teams also got $750 to split three ways.