British winner – Ultra runners braved the rain at Mozart 100

The twelfth edition of the Mozart 100 went very well despite the bad weather. An Austrian by choice was the first to cross the finish line after more than eleven hours. An Antheringer was the best Austrian.

The twelfth edition of the Mozart 100 started yesterday at five o’clock in the morning at Kapitelplatz in pouring rain. Around 3,000 runners took part in the ultra-running competition on one of six routes. Jack Chamberlain was the fastest on the king’s distance of 105 kilometers and 5,400 meters of elevation (the Zwölferhorn had to be canceled due to cold and wind). The Briton, who lives in Austria, arrived at Kapitelplatz after eleven hours and 20 minutes. Around three quarters of an hour later, his compatriot Fiona Pascall crossed the finish line. Thomas Reichl, who was born in Anthering, was the best Austrian runner in fifth place overall.
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