François D’Hain wins Hardrock Endurance Run and breaks Jornet’s record

François D'Hain wins Hardrock Endurance Run and breaks Jornet's record

François d’Haine won the Hardrock Endurance Run, a 170 km long race with a 10,000 D+. With a time of 9:46 a.m., the Frenchman broke the record for the 2014 event held by Kilian Jornet by more than an hour.

at 35, francois d’hanneha has just added a rare race that was missing from its track record. And besides, he did it in a way. Starting this Friday at 2 p.m. Belgian time, François broke the record for the event. With a time of 21h45’51”, he broke the record of Kylan Jorne (22h41’33”) and sends a message to the competition six weeks before his return to the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc.

On a spectacular route that crosses the Rockies in Colorado and at altitudes of 3 to 4000 m, he crossed the line shortly before the Belgian noon.

If at the start of the race, François d’Hayne took the lead along with three other trail runners, the Frenchman took himself off kilometer 25. alone Dylan Bowman Managed to close the gap in the beginning before sinking like its competitors.

While he hasn’t competed in a race for two years, François d’Haine returns in the most beautiful way and becomes Now the only runner, along with Jornet, has won three ultra-trail monuments: Diagonale des Fosse in Réunion, Hardrock in the United States, and the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc in France.

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