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THERESA DAUS-WEBER
Events:  Ultramarathons
Height:  5'1"
Weight:  106 lbs
PRs:  50 km - 3:53; 50 Mile - 6:33; 100 km - 8:22; 100 Mile - 17:07
Born:
9/22/54 in Altoona, PA
Current Residence: Littleton, CO

Career Highlights:

  • 11-time finisher of the Leadville Trail 100, one of only two women to complete this mark 
  • USATF 100 km Team Leader for Womens 100 km Team at IAU 100 km World Championships: 1999
  • USATF 100 km Masters National Champion: 1995
  • USATF Masters Ultrarunner of the Year: 1995
  • Leadville Trail 100 Women's Champion: 1992
  • Leadville Trail 100 2nd Place Woman: 1993 & 1996
  • Leadville Trail 100 3rd Place Woman: 1995
  • Member of the USATF Team competing at the North American 100 km Championships, Vancouver, British Columbia: 1994
  • Member of the USATF Team competing at IAU 100 km World Challenge: Moscow, Russia, 1996; Lake Saroma, Japan, 1994; Duluth, MN, 1990
  • Bronze Medalist at USATF National 100 km Championships: 1994, 1993, & 1992
  • Colorado 50 km road record holder: 1993
  • Inductee to the Colorado Sportswoman Hall of Fame for outstanding ultrarunning performances: 1995
  • Named Colorado ultrarunner of the year by Tail Winds magazine: 1993 and 1994
  • Completed 95 ultras including winning some races overall and established records at altitude ultras such as the American women's record for 100-mile stage race in the Himalaya
  • Athlete member of USATF Women's Ultra Subcommittee: 1991 1994
  • Masters representative to USATF Mountain/Ultra/Trail Running Council and member of USATF Masters Long Distance Running Executive Committee: 1998 - 2005
  • Chair of Colorado Association USATF Mountain/Ultra/Trail Running Council: 2003 2005
  • Contributor to Marathon & Beyond: 1997 - Present

In their own words...

Running achievement I am most proud of: My USATF 100K masters title, USATF Masters Ultrarunner of the Year award, being a member of the USATF ultra teams and wearing the USATF uniform at world 100K championships, and my Leadville Trail 100 accomplishments.

Why I run: Because I can and it intrigued me to see how deep I could go within myself to reach an ultrarunning goal.

Future Goals:  Learn how to gracefully manage my retirement from competitive running.

Favorite quote:  Ultrarunning is a sport where so many ordinary people do extraordinary things and take them for granted. Eric Clifton

Additional comments/thoughts:  I was pleased to have been able to contribute to the development of ultrarunning within USATF during my 11-year term on the Mountain/Ultra/Trail Running Council and its predecessors.

 

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