This sport in particular, I love because it keeps surprising me with what we're capable of and how far we can actually go
Courtney Dauwalter is an all-around athletic beast. Before attending University of Denver on a cross-country skiing scholarship, she not only competed in high school skiing, but also ran track and cross country in Hopkins, Minnesota. It wasn’t until 2017 when she became a full-time professional runner.
Courtney dominates her frontier and the competition. On October 15, 2017, during a scorching hot Sunday, Courtney competed in the Moab 240-mile endurance race. For most athletes, it would take three to five days to compete a course of this length. But for Courtney, she ran it in two days, nine hours, and fifty-nine minutes. On top of that, she beat the second-place male finisher by 10 hours. She continues push the limits as an unstoppable force in field.