Athletes to watch at QMT 2019

The Quebec Mega Trail race course are among the most difficult in the world bringing together Canadian and world wide elite runners.


 

Ailisa MacDonald – Alberta – Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 39 years old
  • ITRA cotation  : 777
  • Highlight : Overall Winner – Sinister 7 Ultra 2017 – Women’s course record

Anne Champagne – Québec – Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 25 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 669
  • Highlight : 2018 winner, Bromont Ultra 55 km

Élizabeth Cauchon – Québec – Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 28 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 638
  • Highlight : 3rd position – 2018 Québec Mega Trail 70 KM

Jason Kinsella – Alberta – Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 41 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 709
  • Highlight : 2017 winner – Bigfoot Endurance Runs – Bigfoot 200 – course record

Jayden Dalke – Alberta – Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 26 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 738
  • Highlight : Canadian Death Race 2018 winner 

Jeff Cauchon – Québec – Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 26 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 801
  • Highlight : Bromont Ultra 2018 winner (course record)

 

 

 

Kelsey Hogan – New Brunswick – Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 24 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 597
  • Highlight :  Ultra-Trail® Gaspesia 100 2018 winner – 106 Km

 

 

 

Mathieu Blanchard – France  / Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 32 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 837
  • Highlight : 2018 QMT 100 winner – 13th at UTMB 2018

 Mylene Sansoucy – Québec  / Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 37 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 663
  • Highlight : 2nd place QMT 70 – 2018

Maxime Leboeuf – Québec  / Canada

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 32 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 818
  • Highlight : First place Trans Vallée X 2017

Patrick Caron – USA

  • Race : QMT (110 KM)
  • Age : 22 years old
  • ITRA cotation : 789
  • Highlight : Ghost Train Rail Trail Race 100 2017 – 100 Miles – race course record

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