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Got out for 10 miles in under 82 minutes this morning. Two of those miles were at 6:40 pace. I felt good for a Saturday and this was my first 10-mile Saturday since before Leadville back in August.

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PHOTOGRAPHS #TCC2019 The Coastal Challenge A portfolio of TCC2019 race images are now online, they ‘web’ resolution only. High resolution images will be uploaded in due course when suitable wifi is available. . GO : HERE

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If you can tell from the unusual irregular frequency of my posts, I've been busy, and bothered by this nagging injury since the Turkey Trot 10K last November. I imagine many of you wonder how serious this injury is since I was able to pull 41.5 miles at One Day in Auburn's 6-hour in January and a 3:04 marathon in Redding, that's the issue with injuries which are not visible. And after spending $800 to rule out a blood clot in my calf a few weeks ago, I'm not going to spend more to investigate what's wrong deep in my gluteus (aka butt...).

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Pounding out the last half mile, there was the strange sensation of overwhelming joy and pending loss. Though I didn’t know it then, this would be my last race.

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I’m sure there’s many creative ways I could have titled this post, but I’m going with what I believe to be the most accurate representation of this new feature, despite my desire to channel my inner 5-year old boy self. …

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Fun group discussion with a group of ultra running friends before the Black Canyon 100K.  Great group discussion.  Also spoke with Becoming Ultra - Scott Jones about his upcoming season 7.

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Final thoughts before my first race of the year (a trail ultra!), from Moab Utah for the "Red Hot 55km." SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/Vo2maxProductions?sub_confirmation=1 TRAINING PLANS: https://www.sagerunning.com SUPPORT ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/SageRunning FOLLOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SAGE-Running-878446448854676/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/SageCanaday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sagecanaday/?hl=en

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Just past the Green Lakes Aid Station, about 18 miles into New Zealand’s Tarawera 100 Mile Ultra on February 8th, 2019, Jeff Browning, 47, of Logan, Utah, was on a mini walking break, messing with his soft-flask cap. He was in 2nd place and had a comfortable gap on Zac Marion, 33, of North Logan, Utah, 2nd-place finisher at the 2018 Tushars Mountain Marathon and winner of the 2018 Bryce Canyon 50 Miler, and was a beat behind fellow American Camille Herron, 37, who splits her time between Alamosa, Colorado, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and is overall holder of the 100-Mile, 12-Hour and 24-Hour world records in speed and distance, respectively.

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The 2019 The Coastal Challenge today came to an end on the stunning beaches of Drake Bay on the Osa Peninsula. Pere Aurell and Ida Nilsson are the champions after a masterclass of multi-day running. The duo ran amazing races …

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Photo by Justin Britton Scott Fauble is one of the best distance runners in the country. Last November, he placed seventh (and was the second American) in the New York City Marathon. In January, he placed sixth at the USATF Cross Country Championships in Florida, the pinnacle of cross country running in the US.  He ran […]

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Didn't feel like battling the dark and cold so got on the treadmill and ran 7.5 miles in and hour and 1 minute flat. Felt good.

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Press conference with Travis Kauffman, the mountain lion dude. Wow, what a composed and cool guy! A one minute encounter with a cat would be horrific, and his went on for ten times that long…incredible! Life goals: Send kids off to college and run a hundred miler with my wife. …

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Jasmin Paris crushes the Montane Spine Race
photo: Bob Smith/grough

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Amy Puzey is the national race director for 5Peaks Trail Running and oversees over 30 trail races across Canada.  She is the mother of six children, past winner of the Canadian mountain running championships and TransRockies 3day run, has run multiple marathons and ultras.  She and her husband, Jacob, live with their kids in Canmore, Alberta. This January she traveled to Houston, Texas to race in the marathon with a goal for breaking the 3 hour barrier. Things didn't go as planned.... We learn about what happened, also Amy is generous in sharing how she manages young children, her race directing business, and training to run.  

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While most trail runners are aware that our sport has been in existence for decades, records pre-dating the internet, digital photography and social media are not easily accessible. Thanks to Southern California trail runner and President of MPA Event Graphics Mike Plant, we get a peek into the way, way back machine to see trail... Read more »

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A podcast without a guest! I run down some of the top MUT stories from the week. Links: Jeff Browning’s strength routine. Ethan Newberry’s new race in Washington…Tiger Claw! Ryan Sandes’ Tarawera Report Kelly Agnew’s latest problem: Stealing from his employer. More on his problem cheating in ultras. More on the Piece of String race. This Week …

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By Davy Crockett  Both a podcast episode and a full article In the 1980s running 100 miles started to become more popular for the non-professional…

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Good news! Your Singletrack team will be hosting an aid station at the Hillbilly Half and Mountain Marathon this March. It’s one of the most fun and gnarliest races in the area that you definitely should sign up for. And we’ll be there, so of course it will be wild. Also on this week’s show: …

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Running came into Lulu Martinez’s life exactly when she needed it. Growing up in Mexico, Lulu was not sporty. “I actually failed PE class. I graduated with honors, but not in PE. I was never a person who enjoyed any physical activity whatsoever.”

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Tifosi Swank SL and Svago – Where Sport Meets Life Have it all. Tifosi Optics is ready to wow sports enthusiasts and fashionistas with the release of their new styles, Swank SL and Svago....

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Always in need of easy, healthy recipes, we went in search of some tasty meals that are straightforward, robust and different. We found three from the new book, SIMPLE GREEN MEALS © by Jen Hansard, whom you may remember from the green smoothie craze.

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