Chattanooga Mountains Stage Race attracts fast field for this weekend

Notable competitors

Bob Adams, Ooltewah resident and winner of March’s inaugural Chattanooga MarathonDaniel Hamilton, Chattanooga resident and winner of December’s Lookout Mountain 50 milerPatrick Reagan, Savannah, Ga., resident and second-place finisher in April’s 100K national championship raceHunter Hall, Nashville resident and former Bryan College runner who finished 11th at November’s Indianapolis Monumental Marathon (2:33:04)

A recent competitor in the U.S. Olympic Trials who is one of the fastest 100K runners in American history is among those putting their legs to the test in this weekend's 10th Chattanooga Mountains Stage Race.

The three-day race, consisting of runs 18-22 miles long on Raccoon, Lookout and Signal Mountains, is attracting a talented field that also includes the race's all-time record holder, Chattanooga Marathon champion Bob Adams of Ooltewah and other local speedsters such as Daniel Hamilton.