May: 25 mile Collegiate Peaks (First Place and Course Record)
May: 25k Sage Burner in Gunnison, CO (First place)
June: Mt. Evans Ascent (First Place and course record)
July: Loon Mtn. (4th Place made the USMRT)
July: Beaver Creek Xterra (First Place and course record)
July: Living Journeys Half Marathon (First Place and Course Record)
August: Sierre Zinal (2nd Overall Female)
September: World Championship Ponte Di Legno (7th Place and USA Women's Gold)
September: JungFrau Marathon World Champs (First Place Female)
October: Smara Gora Race in Ljubliana (Final Race in the Grand Prix Series) (2nd Place Female)
November: Berg Trail 22 KM (First place female; Seventh overall)
Named 2012 Trail Runner of the Year
Stevie recently did a great interview with Competitor Magazine called "Tearing Up the Trails: 5 Questions with Stevie Kremer".
Here's an excerpt:
How is racing in Europe different than racing in the U.S.?
Racing in Europe is just a completely different scene. It is amazing how many spectators and supporters come out for a mountain race. It’s really great. Competitors are just as friendly as in the U.S., but they come from all over. In one race this fall, there were people from the UK, Africa, Italy and more. It’s amazing how international these races are. The hardest race so far has been the World Mountain Running Championship in Ponte di Legno, Italy, because of the short distance [8.8K]—I’m definitely more of a distance runner—and the steepness of the terrain.
Read the entire interview by clicking here.