Lauralyn Taylor, from Detroit, stopped to put on heels before crossing the finish line in her first 100 mile race. She says she always wears heels at work, and is known for that, so thought it would b
For ultra runners, it’s all about the belt buckle you get when you finish. Lauralyn Taylor from Detroit holds hers.
Lauralyn Taylor from Detroit makes her way up the final hill to the finish line in the 100 mile event.
Guy Brouillette from Montreal holds his finishing belt buckle after completing the 100 mile event.
Garchun Low from Toronto gets a well deserved hug at the finish line after completing the 100 mile race.
Chris Inch, from Deep River, Ontario, crosses the finish line in the 100 miler. It was his first 100 mile finish, on his second attempt.
Hamilton. Ontario, Sunday, May 24,2015 – The annual Sulphur Springs trail races, put on by the Burlington Runners, was held this weekend in Ancaster. Running loops of Dundas Valley Conservation Area, races were held in 10k, 25k, 50k, 50 miles, 100 miles, and relay divisions. Photo by: Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator.