With the Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc wrapping up on Sept. 3, two days after the Sept. 1 start in Chamonix, France, below are complete Canadian results from the 100-mile ultramarathon. (See a race recap here.)

There were more than 2,500 participants who began the 167.5K ultramarathon around Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in the Alps, passing through Switzerland and Italy on route. Runners had 46.5 hours to complete the race with the top men coming in around the 19-20-hour mark and the top women around the 26-hour mark.

There were 16 Canadian finishers at the 2017 UTMB. (Runners listed are those who listed nationality as Canadian.)

Top Canadians

Alissa St Laurent – 28:13:43 (sixth, 86 overall)
Jean-Francois (Jeff) Cauchon – 24:18:57 (31 overall)

🇨🇦 Alissa St Laurent (@alissastlaurent) places sixth at the 2017 Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc: https://t.co/TPo00BKYyk #UTMB @UTMBMontBlanc pic.twitter.com/JcOsmeRCn5

— Canadian Running (@CanadianRunning) September 3, 2017

Top 🇨🇦 at @UTMBMontBlanc, Jeff Cauchon, finishes in 31st! (📷: https://t.co/KmDGElYAKC) pic.twitter.com/QSTq99Hgdp

— Canadian Running (@CanadianRunning) September 2, 2017

Other Canadian results (placing in brackets)

Brian McArthur – 31:08:29 (161 overall)
Mario Srnik – 31:10:51 (165 overall)
Eric Breton – 31:47:22 (196 overall)
Tara Berry – 31:56:55 (22nd, 204 overall)
Eric Deshaies – 33:49:46 (291 overall)
Richard Turgeon – 34:02:19 (301 overall)
Ammon Piepgrass – 36:30:05 (436 overall)
Milan Klanjsek – 37:46:22 (529 overall)
Dominic Belanger – 41:22:13 (906 overall)
Helene Dumais – 41:36:24 (75th, 941 overall)
Alexandre Scott – 41:36:45 (942 overall)
Cal Mitchell – 42:57:58 (1143 overall)
Daniel LeGresley – 44:35:24 (1432 overall)
Tara Chahl – 45:23:33 (140th, 1619 overall)
Melanie Bos – DNF
Jon Paradowski – DNF
Quan-Ling Sim – DNF
Claude Parent – DNS

Full results can be found here.

Canadian Running‘s coverage of the 2017 UTMB

Alissa St Laurent hopes second time’s a charm at the 2017 UTMB
How to qualify for UTMB racing in Canada
Cancer-beating Canadian takes on world’s most famous, and daunting, ultra
Top Quebec ultrarunner’s big-time mileage ahead of toughest race of his life
Interactive course map and elevation profile feature
How to follow the 2017 UTMB (live stream included)
I retired from the Canadian Armed Forces with a serious knee injury. This year I’m running up mountains at the UTMB
The start of the 2017 UTMB looked like a scene from a track race
Alissa St Laurent’s Canadian Running Instagram takeover
Must-see photos from the 2017 UTMB
Interview: My boyfriend proposed to me at the 2017 Ultra-Trail Du Mont Blanc
Alissa St Laurent places sixth at the 2017 Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc

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