2012 2nd overall in the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning
2012 Fastest Australian time for the Western States 100
2012 3rd overall for the Vermont 100 and record holder for the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning in the event - 16hrs 11min
2011 Fastest Australian time for 100 miles (160km) on trails - Glasshouse 100
2010 World Ultraman Champion
Mike Le Roux has run across the Moroccan Sahara in seven days; traversed the iconic Kokoda Trek in Papua new Guinea in 20 hours; won the 3 day endurance triathlon in Hawaii to be crowned Ultraman World Champion; smashed the Australian trail course record for 100 miles in the Glasshouse mountains and holds a silver medal at the prestigious Comrades Marathon in South Africa. More recently he left his mark on the trails of the USA when he completed the Grand Slam of Ultra Running (four of the oldest and toughest 100 mile events in under 11 weeks).
Mike stays motivated and focussed through his philosophy of 'More than the Finish Line' and lives in Cairns, Australia where he trains in the midst of tropical cyclones and crocodiles.
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