Jamie Whitmore, Somerset, California

Jamie Whitmore

PERSONAL: Born May 4, 1976…ran track and cross country at Cal State – Northridge while earning her bachelor of arts degree in criminology.

XTERRA EXPERIENCE: 7th year. All-time winningest XTERRA athlete, male or female, with 32 career victories.

4-Time XTERRA U.S. Pro Series Champ
2004 XTERRA World Champion



2002: Won the XTERRA USA and Central Championships, placed second at Half Moon Bay. Also won the XTERRA Pro Points Series Championship. Captured her first-ever XTERRA title at XTERRA Saipan.

2003: Won four straight races in Saipan, Big Bear, Richmond, and the Czech Republic, before placing second at XTERRA Canada. Also won XTERRA Netherlands and XTERRA Germany en route to capturing the inaugural XTERRA European Tour Championship. Capped off her season with a win in Tahoe for her second Pro Series title.

2004: Won XTERRA Saipan and Tagaman, Keystone, Big Bear, Lake Tahoe, Austria, Czech, Italy, Netherlands, and Japan. Finished 2d at Richmond, and third in Germany. Won the XTERRA USA Pro Series Championship for the third straight year and the XTERRA European Tour for the second consecutive season. Picked up her biggest career win at XTERRA World Championship.

2005: Finished 2d at XTERRA Saipan, won Tagaman, the XTERRA West Championship, XTERRA Czech, and XTERRA Italy before winning East title in Richmond. Then placed second at XTERRA Austria, won the Midwest Championship in Milwaukee and finished 2nd in Keystone before winning the inaugural XTERRA Brazil Championship, and then her second XTERRA Japan title. Won in Tahoe for the fourth straight year to secure her fourth consecutive XTERRA U.S. Pro Points Series title. Was the runner-up in the XTERRA European Tour. Placed 3rd at the World Championship.

LAST YEAR: Finished 2nd at XTERRA Saipan and 2nd at Tagaman but won the PIC Double with a combined time of 6:09:17, just 27 seconds faster than Bucher. Won the first US Pro Series race in Calif., was 2d in Alabama, won in Richmond, Mexico, & Milwaukee, was second in Utah, then won in Japan. Placed 5th in Tahoe, yet still finished as top American in XTERRA U.S. Pro Series for 5th straight year. Did not finish in Maui after a crash on the bike.