- Will participate in UTHC 125 Race details
- Sex : Man
- Country : Canada
Antoine Moses is an endurance athlete and a professional tree planter who holds the world record for the most trees planted in a day. Originally from Gaspésie, he has always loved nature, sports and adventure. His profession gives him the chance to push himself physically and mentally, a skill that transfers well to trail running, another of his passions.
Going above and beyond in endurance sports has been part of his life for a long time. Having run his first marathon at the age of 17, he challenged himself to run at least one a year for the rest of his life. In 2021, he ran his first ultra-trail, the UTHC 125 km, and immediately fell in love with the sport. After that he began training more seriously.
Fascinated by how far he can push his limits, Antoine took part in the IRONMAN Mont Tremblant in 2022, where he finished 3rd in his category. That same year, he ran the UTHC 125 km, finishing 5th after thoroughly enjoying his run from start to finish. He also ran the New York Marathon in 2:51:12.
- 2022 UTHC 125 km : 5th