Adventure Racing - Jen Segger

Jen Segger
Professional Endurance Athlete, Multi-sport Athlete & Coach

Ever since discovering the multi-sport world several years ago, Jen has dedicated her life to becoming a top endurance competitor. Racing professionally has enabled her to travel the world, meet incredible people and most of all, challenge and push her body in ways she hadn't thought possible. Over the years, she has worked hard and is now racing with and against the best endurance athletes in the world.

Jen is currently racing for USA adventure racing team, Feed-the-machine nuun and for Salomon Canada as a solo endurance competitor. With races springing up around the globe, Jen is constantly on the road, moving from airport to airport in search of adventure, challenge and new experiences.

With limitless opportunities for outdoor activities available to her in her new home of Squamish, Jen uses every spare minute to combine athletic training and fun. She can be seen exploring every nook and cranny of the breathtaking natural playground of the Sea to Sky area in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.

2009 Racing Highlights:
1st: (women) Bridle Trails 50km Trail Race (Seattle, WA, USA) - New CR
2nd: (women) 24hrs of Sunlight Ski Randonne (Glenwood Springs, CO, USA)
2nd: (women) Rock & Ice Ultra 6 day (Yellowknife, NWT, Canada)

2008 Racing Highlights:
2nd: (women) YETI 10km Snowshoe Race (Mt.Seymour, BC, Canada)
1st: (women) Orcas Island 50km Ultra (Washington, USA)
2nd: (women) Dirty Duo 50km Trail Race (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
1st: Baja Travesia 5 Day Expedition AR (Baja. Mexico)
4th: (women)
(1st in category)
Miwok 100km Ultra (San Francisco, USA)
5th: (women)
(9th overall)
BADWATER 135 mile Ultra (Death Valley, USA)
1st: Mind Over Mountain AR (Shawnigan Lake, BC, Canada) (co-ed pairs)
1st: Mind Over Moutain AR (Cumberland, BC) (4 person co-ed)
6th: World Adventure Racing Championships 7 day (Brazil)