Fans packed the stadium at City Park to witness a hard fought battle of dirt and sweat between some of the west’s best miners. Cool temperatures and blue skies helped attract one of the largest crowds ever, who were treated to some intense competition.
In the drilling competition, Idaho miner Matt Karst drew last and knocked off hometown favorite and leader Larry Simpson. Karst drilled his two holes in one minute, 45.8 seconds – just over a 16 second margin ahead of Simpson.
In the mucking competition, veteran Miners’ Day competitor Remigio Portillo of Payson, UT knocked off Karst by 2.3 seconds, loading his ore cart in just 49.8 seconds.
The mucking and drilling competition is reminiscent of the contest held 119 years ago when Miners’ Day was first celebrated in Park City.
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Park City Miners’ Day 2016
1. Matt Karst, 1:45.8
2. Larry Simpson, 2:02.3
3. Keith Quimby, 2:03.1
4. BrIan Still, 2:18.9
5. Cody Behunin, 2:41.1
1. Remigio Portillo, 0:49.8
2. Matt Karst, 0:52.1
3. Larry Simpson, 0:55.9
4. Keith Quimby, 1:06.7
5. Brian Still, 1:10.5