2017 XTERRA Trail Run Worlds by the Numbers

Here’s a look at the 10th annual XTERRA Trail Run World Championship, broken down by gender, division, and hometowns…

Men: 662 / Women: 647*

Countries Represented: 22
Argentina (2), Australia (12), Brazil (10), Canada (33), Costa Rica (3), Czech Republic (1), France (3), French Polynesia (3), Germany (2), Guam (2), Hong Kong (1), Hungary (2), Italy (2), Japan (30), Malaysia (4), New Zealand (15), Poland (1), Puerto Rico (2), Sweden (1), Switzerland (2), United Kingdom (2), United States of America (1173)

United States Represented: 38 
Breakdown:  Alaska (4), Arizona (18), California (57), Colorado (17), Connecticut (1), Delaware (1), District of Columbia (2), Florida (8), Georgia (6), Hawaii (924), Idaho (2), Illinois (4), Indiana (1), Iowa (2), Louisiana (1), Maryland (6), Massachusetts (7), Michigan (1), Minnesota (2), Mississippi (1), Missouri (3), Nebraska (1), Nevada (3), New Mexico (6), New York (7), North Carolina (1), Ohio (13), Oklahoma (2), Oregon (7), Pennsylvania (4), South Carolina (3), Texas (12), Utah (9), Vermont (2), Virginia (10), Washington (15, Wisconsin (4), Wyoming (2)

By Age Group
15-19: 37
20-24: 68
25-29: 138
30-34: 218
35-39: 212
40-44: 163
45-49: 141
50-54: 101
55-59: 71
60-64: 40
65-69: 30
70-74: 13
75-79: 2
80+: 2

Youngest Female in the 21K – Nova Stickley – Kaneohe, Hawaii, 9
Youngest Male in the 21K – Justin Denny – Pahala, Hawaii, 15

Youngest Female Overall – Jacque Freeland – Kailua, Hawaii, 6
Youngest Male Overall – Ashton Morrow – Sydenham, Ontario, 6

Oldest Male in the 21K – Tom Miller – Park City, Utah, 75
Oldest Female in the 21K –  Sandi Kauahikaua – Waimanalo, Hawaii, 71

Oldest Male Overall: Bill Cunningham – Kaneohe, Hawaii, 84
Oldest Female Overall: Carolyn Laub – Kaneohe, Hawaii, 81

*Data as of 11.27.17