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Leading up to last weekend it had been a long time since I raced. I did Condor 25K in October and the Georgia Death Race in March. The last couple years I really haven't raced much and that's largely because I've had a few injuries. While I think everything is finally on the mend, that doesn't change the past. And the past couple years have left me really missing trail racing. Not just the competitive aspect, but the community aspect of spending all day on the trails with friend and then getting to hang out at the finish line. And that's what lead me to run Peterson Ridge Rumble 40M last weekend. I should say thanks now to Sean Meissner for putting on such great event (and for letting me sign up late). Also, thank to all the volunteers out there helping with the race because it wouldn't happen without you!
A total of 289 runners started this year’s Georgia Death Race. Just 154 reached the finish line. Described by organisers as a 70-mile ‘march’ through the North Georgia mountains, this year’s winner was Colorado-based inov-8 ambassador Morgan Elliott. In taking the victory, Morgan earned himself a golden ticket to race the biggest ultrarunning event in …
Press release from the Südtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run and World Mountain Running Association (WMRA). Our executive director Nancy Hobbs is the WMRA treasurer. Above photo by wisthaler.com. On Tuesday, April 16 the organizers of one of the loveliest mountain runs of the world publicly announced the wonderful news: this year, the Südtirol Drei Zinnen... Read more »
UD ambassadors Sandi Nypaver and Taylor Nowlin, and Jade de la Rosa and myself (Sarah Burke) ascended the first major climb of the course as the sun was rising. It was just that kind of lighting where you could finally make out the trail below you without the aid of your headlamp. Joyful hoots of […]
Urban Ultras: It ain’t trail running, but this ultra fatass runs right through NYC and looks like a blast. Kilian: How exactly did he acclimatize to Everest so fast? Interesting article. However, we might wonder why it is, that while we practice being brave, perseverant, or prudent in our running, …
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No, not like circus juggling. Although, sometimes I feel like I’m running a circus in my household with three kids, 12 dogs, five horses and a field full of cows. The juggling of life while being a mother, wife and runner. I thought I had it down to a science, I had been practicing for ... Read moreJuggling
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Having spent the past two weekends camping, in Pinnacles National Park and at the Sea Otter Classic in Monterrey, I have had quite a full plate during the weekdays. I wanted to have a present mindset to best enjoy the beauty and adventure of Pinnacles and the chaos and wildness of Sea Otter but in order to do that, I had to make sure that I took care of all of my responsibilities before Friday each week. If you’ve never heard of Pinnacles National Park, it’s a magnificent place filled with incredible trailrunning amongst massive rock formations and views of soaring condors. If you’ve never heard of the Sea Otter Classic, it is regarded as the largest cycling festival in the world and I attended with friends of mine from here at Cal Poly. For their individual draws, I wanted to be present when I was camping in Pinnacles and hanging out at Sea Otter, which led my weeks to be filled with many things to get done. There were a few moments where I was on the verge of becoming overwhelmed and stressed but by applying mindfulness lessons and the all-important tool of to-do lists I was able to stay focused and accomplish what I needed to get done.
I’m just wrapping up my long weekend here in Monterey, CA hanging out at the Sea Otter Classic bike festival/event. While I’ve got a couple of tech-focused posts coming up over the next 24-36 hours, I figured I’d dive into …
Anna Mae Flynn had an incredible performance at Lake Sonoma on Saturday, finishing it off by overtaking race leader YiOu Wang in the final 1/4 mile of the race. At the finish line she was offered a Golden Ticket to Western States Endurance Run and she told RD Craig Thornley …
I’m doing this race again less as an endurance competition, more as an opportunity to revisit and revere this region up close, and ultimately do what I can to help protect it.
Study announcement from Oregon State University – Cascades. BEND, Oregon – A six-week transition period did not help wearers adjust to “maximal” running shoes, indicating that increased impact forces and loading rates caused by the shoe design do not change over time, a new study from Oregon State University – Cascades has found. The shoes,... Read more »
With The Canyons Endurance Runs 100k coming up soon, and hot on my mind, I decided to race the Ruck […]