Saturday Jun 26 2010 comments Roes sets record in WS100 win By: Michael Kirby/Auburn Journal -A +A Tracy Garneau of Canada was the first woman to cross the Western States 100 finish line just after midnight. Garneau also recently won the American River 50. Tracy Garneau, is all smiles moments after she finished the 100 mile course. Garneau was the first woman to cross the Western States 100 finish line at Placer High School in Auburn, just after midnight. Anton Krupicka and Kilian Jornet exit on the far side of Rucky Chucky Saturday afternoon. Nick Clark tackles the snow outside of Robinson Flat Saturday morning. Tracy Graneau, runs through the snow outside of Robinson Flat Saturday morning. Graneau went on to win the women's WS100 title crossing the finish line just after midnight. Anton Krupicka finished second after Geoff Roes. Anton Krupicka's feet showed a little wear after the race. Zachariah Miller outside of Robinson Flat. Adam Schwartz-Lowe (front) and Suzanna Bon grab something to eat at the Robinson Flat aid station Saturday morning. Volunteers prepare a variety of food and beverages for the athletes. 2010 Western States 100 Endurance Run winner Geoff Roes is congratulated by race director Greg Soderlund after crossing the finish line. Roes set a new course record of 15 hours and 7 minutes. Geoff Roes rests at the WS100 finish line Saturday evening. Geoff Roes cools off after finishing the WS100. Veteran Western States runner Erik Skaden finished 11th this year. Joelle Vaught, gets set to leave the Michigan Bluff aid station. Geoff Roes gets cooled by crew members at Michigan Bluff. Harvey Roper (L) and Tony Walsh film a documentary on this years Western States 100 race for Auburn Community Television. Geoff Roes leads Anton Krupicka and Kilian Jornet through the snow outside Robinson Flat.