LEADVILLE TRAIL 100 RUN CAMP
JUNE 19-22, 2020
2020 LT100 Run Camp + Entry registration will open on December 1st, 2019.
Camp + entry slots are available on a first come basis.
Open to all runners, this camp offers an introduction to the Leadville Trail 100 Run presented by La Sportiva and is the perfect training tool for this year’s race. Seasoned veterans provide a great education as you cover the LT100 Run course over a three-day period June 19 – June 22th, 2020.
Whether you’re a “Race Across the Sky” first-timer or an old hand, we encourage you to join us in Leadville for an informative look at the country’s most scenic and challenging ultra-run course. Group training runs — both day and night — will familiarize you with key sections of the course, and discussion sessions with race veterans will help you get the most out of your race experience. Come spend some quality time with us and get to know your fellow racers. Our training camp is an experience you will carry with you forever. We like to think of it as a long weekend of good food, good running and good friends. Please note that the schedule may have to be adjusted due to the snowpack, but we’ll try to keep you informed as the run date approaches.
All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
This event is held on the San Isabel National Forest under a special use permit.
Our 2020 Run Camp schedule is not yet finalized. Please check back for updates.
*NEW – Interactive Pace Chart for your goal time can be found HERE!
Each day make sure you have:
- Running shoes of preference
- Multiple pairs of socks
- Multiple pairs of shoes
- Running shorts
- Short sleeve shirt
- Long sleeve shirt
- Fleece mid-layer
- Rain shell
- Hat for the sun
- Trekking poles
- Water bottles or running pack of your preference
- Yoga mat (optional for Monday) Aerial or Mat yoga sessions
- Your planned nutrition so you can test it (you can also use our nutrition)
- And of course, anything else you think you will need!
Name: Ryan Krol
Background: Ultra Distance – anything
Years running: 12 years
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): Reading Born to Run then flash forward 5 years and getting to compete against the Tarahumara and winning the Javelina 100K! Finishing Leadman because it not just one event, but the culmination of an entire summer of racing. I was so disoriented I finished actually an hour FASTER than I thought. Running Silverton Alpine 50K is a great memory because it was my first Colorado race and I was able to run it with my dog and my bff HONEY BEAR!
Name: Timmy Parr
Background: Leadville High School History Teacher and competitive ultra runner
Years running: 20 years
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 3x Leadville Trail Marathon winner, 2009 Leadville Trail 100 Run winner, 4x Imogene Pass winner, 3x US Mountain Running team member, 4x US Skyrunning race or series champion
Name: Chris Lloyd
Background: Colorado native and Principal Terriory Manager for the Cardiac Surgery Sales Division of Medtronic
Passions are: Climbing mountains, travel, hunting & fishing, ultra MTB & trail running events, adrenaline junkie
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 100 total marathons, 100 Leadville Events, 17 consecutive Leadman attempts, 1000 mile Silver King Buckle
Name: Kim Springborn
Background: RRCA Certified Coach, Life Time Certified Run Coach – Ultra Distance athlete
Philosophy: It’s also about the journey, not just the destination.
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): Ironman AZ, Leadville Silver Rush 50 Run
As a busy mother of two young children, wife, coach and athlete, Kim understands the need for flexibility and balance. She believes that setting goals, preventing injury, applying science of training to maximize results, while motivating and holding her athletes accountable gives them the ability to accomplish and exceed their goals!
Name: Danny Bundrock
Background: Veterinary Professional
Years Running: 20+ years, cross country, road racing, and now trail!
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 9x LT100 Run, Quadrock 50 Mile, and Never Summer 100k
Short bio: Married with 3 growing boys (ages and temperament vary). I enjoy building things with my hands and seeing progress, hunting turkey in the spring and elk in the fall.
Name: Jared Conlin
Years Running: 10
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 3x LT100 Run finisher. 7 years participating in Leadville Race Series events.
Short bio: I’ll continue to run to keep chronic illness at bay and to show my daughter that she can do anything she puts her mind to.
Name: Rodrigo Jimenez
Background: Leadville resident for 23 years
Years Running: 6
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 5 time Leadman finisher (6th attempt in 2019)
Short bio: I was an alcoholic and have been sober for 13 years (day after fathers day to be exact) and I found running to be the sport that keeps me busy but more important, I can teach my kids to do something good. I enjoy running and I like to learn from other runners and have fun.
Name: Donnamarie Provenzano
Background: Mother, art teacher, ultra runner
Years Running: 9 years running marathons and ultras
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): Of course I love the Leadville series. I enjoy being up here all summer on the courses. It’s fun to start with the marathon meet new friends train with them and finish the 100 at the end of the summer. I also enjoy racing in the winter in Arizona.
Name: Jed Taylor
Background:Born, raised and live in Columbia, Missouri with my wife Brandy and 4 kids, Jordan, Sady, Ross and Whit. Started running in 2013 when I took the jump from the St Patty’s day 5k to the Leadville 100. We’ve have been coming back to Leadville every year since to race, pace, crew, volunteer and/or cheer on the multitude of athletes, family and friends.
Years Running: 6
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 2018 Leadman finisher, Heart of America Marathon, Pinhoti 100 mile run
Name: Junko Kazukawa
Background: Elite Personal trainer at Colorado Athletic Club Tabor. Group Fitness Instructor. Run Club coordinator – Currently working on building running community and training programs for Colorado Athletic Club Tabor runners. 2 time Breast Cancer survivor
Years Running: 35+
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): Leadwoman, UTMB, Ultra Fiord
Short bio: Ultra endurance athlete, Coach, Trainer, 2 times cancer survivor. 2 times Leadwoman. 1st person to completed Grandslam and Leadwoman in one season 2015
Name: Dan Kubes
Background: I started running as a result of a New Year’s resolution and within months of starting to runI fell in love with it. The challenge was exciting and drove me to push hard and run further. The thought of finding my limits, still to this day, continues fuel the fire and drives me to do what I love. From the beginning distance, rather than speed, was a point of curiosity. Although, that is shifting and the desire to run faster provides some motivation theses days. A year and a half into my running carrier I ran my first ultra and haven’t looked back since.
Years Running: 7.5
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): Leadman – Leadville Race Series( 2017 Finisher), High Lonesome 100( 2018 Finisher), and Grandma’s Marathon( x4 Finisher)
Short bio: I am a motivated runner that loves to motivate others to run and urges them to push their limits. Seeing other people succeed and/or rediscover their limits is truly fulfilling.
Name: Phillip Snyder
Background: Two time Leadville 100 finisher. I have been running for the past 13 years (plus 4 years of HS XC and Track). I manage a Front Range running store.
Years Running: 13
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): Never Summer 100k and the Leadville 100
Name: Kim Springborn
Background: Kim’s background in athletics brought her to where she is today. She played collegate Soccer and basketball, then after graduating she quickly transitioned to racing Triathlons and did so for the following 8 years. After having her 2 children she quickly transitioned into trail running. With the freedom and the ability to lace up and get out it became an adventure and the freedom that she needed and she truly found her passion here!
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 3x Leadville 50 Run, 2x Leadvill 100 Bike, 2x Leadman Competitor, 5th Female Overall Leadville Marathon
Bio: Kim is always ready for a new adventure, whether a local 10k, 50-mile trail run, or a 100-mile mountain bike ride. As a busy mother of 2, wife, Life Time Run Coach and athlete, she also understands the need for balance.
Name: Becki Lynn Lassley
Background: 5x 100 mile finisher. 3x Leadville 100 Trail Run Race Finisher. 2015 LeadWoman Champion. Marathoner. Burro Racer. UltraRunner. Lululemon Ambassador. Dog Mom to Ralphie, Madds and Hemi
Years Running: 10
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): 21 Ultramarathons, 11 marathons, 4 Burro Races
Name: Marvin Sandoval
Background: Born and raised in Leadville Colorado. Rather be outside on a trail that cooped inside on the couch. 10 years ago I decided to give the LT100 MTB a go. Completed the bike two years in a row then decided to give the LeadMan series a try and have never looked back. This year will be my 8th LeadMan have earned all big buckles with the exception of the first LT100.
Years Running: 9
Race resume (or top 3 race memories): Leadville Trail 100 Run, Silver Rush 50 Run, and Leadville Trail Marathon
Leadville is located approximately 100 mountainous miles west of Denver. Plan to arrive early to account for the two-hour travel time from Denver International Airport. For your return flight, keep in mind that Sunday afternoons traveling back to Denver are often characterized by heavy traffic and can take significantly longer than two hours.
You are responsible for your transportation to, from and in Leadville. We suggest the following options:
• Rental car (depending on bike transport, opt for a two- to four- passenger vehicle)
• Colorado Mountain Express charter service. CME charters vans and will take a group all the way to Leadville. They can accommodate 10 people per van without bikes, or five to seven with bikes for a charter price of $390/van (each way). They can arrange different pick-up times with enough advance notice.
If you have registered for the 2019 camp but are unable to participate, you may defer your registration to next year’s event for a fee. Please note that deferrals must be requested at least ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP.
To sign up for a deferral, log into your Chronotrack account and follow the steps below:
- Step 1: Once you are logged in, click on “Change Race” in the upper right corner.
- Step 2: Click on “Defer my registration for another event.”
- Step 3: Click “Continue”
- Step 4: You will see the fee to change – click on “Proceed to Checkout”
- Step 5: Enter in your payment information.
Please note: You will receive an email with your deferral code for the 2020 event. Please keep this in a safe place to register with when we open our 2020 event registration! If you have any questions about the deferral process, please contact Athlete Services.