Ogden & Snowbasin Resort | September 17-18, 2016

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2016 Results

2016 Official Results


Two days, two championship events, one spectacular destination. Put it all together and you can see how Snowbasin Resort and Ogden, Utah, are being transformed into XTERRA Title Town on the weekend of Sept. 17-18, 2016.


The XTERRA Pan America Championship off-road triathlon and the XTERRA Trail Run National Championship are being held on back-to-back days, and in the same destination. The two events will bring roughly 1,500 of the nation’s very best amateur and professional triathletes and trail runners to Snowbasin Resort to battle for the title of XTERRA Champion.

Middaugh, Snyder win XTERRA Pan American Championship

Snowbasin Resort/Ogden, UT – Josiah Middaugh out-stretched Braden Currie at the finish line to take the tape by 7/100th of a second and win the inaugural XTERRA Pan America Championship race on a beautiful day at Snowbasin Resort near Ogden, Utah this morning.  It’s the closest finish in XTERRA’s 21-year-history, 2:20:23.57 to 2:20:23.64.


In the women’s elite race Suzie Snyder came out of the water with Julie Baker, was first out of the swim-to-bike transition, took a five-minute lead onto the run and won the race in 2:51:51, exactly three minutes ahead of runner-up Lizzie Orchard of New Zealand.  With the wins both Middaugh and Snyder also secured the elite XTERRA Pan Am Pro Series titles.


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The Green Takeover


In Association with the Harvest Moon Festival

Historic 25th Street, Ogden, UtahXTERRA and the annual Harvest Moon Festival on Ogden's Historic 25th Street team up to bring you one great weekend of family events. Whether you volunteer, participate or just spectate, there is truly something for everyone young and old.