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It was a night he’d never forget. 15-year old Jacob Puzey was eating dinner at Union Station in Washington, DC while on a business trip with his dad when the unthinkable happened. There was a shooting in a nearby movie … Read the rest

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On August 30, Candice Burt completed the Wonderland trail in Mt. Rainier, Washington in record time – for the second time. 28 hours 45 minutes, 31 seconds later -after conquering fears trekking 95-miles, 25,000 feet of elevation gain – the … Read the rest

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A 28-year-old dentist from Belgium just completed the Appalachian Trail in record time. Not only did he beat it, but he crushed it by four days, finishing the 2190 mile journey in 41 days, 7 hrs and 39 minutes. This … Read the rest

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It was a Saturday afternoon, and I was sitting on my couch scrolling through my Instagram news feed. I saw picture after picture of good friends and acquaintances crossing the finish line of the Buffalo Run held on Antelope Island … Read the rest

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It was a beautiful August morning, and a few friends and I had decided to venture up Deseret Peak, an 11,000-foot peak located in the Stansbury Mountains in Toole County, Utah. This would be a fun outing to a place … Read the rest

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After 32 long, wonderful, excruciatingly painful, and extremely joyous miles running the 2016 Bryce Canyon 50K, I crossed the finish line — then made a beeline to my 6-month-old baby boy.

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On May 5, I set out to run a 50K out in Utah’s west desert with some good friends. It wasn’t an organized event, but rather some hometown miles with great company.

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Running is something that comes innately to most humans as a natural evolutionary process.  As babies we begin with small kicks as we lay on the ground, feeling air above us. Our body then gets strong enough to roll itself … Read the rest

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It was a cold, December night back in 2010 when we broke up. I just couldn’t bear the thought of yet another winter of dealing with the relentless agony I had put up with for years leading up to this … Read the rest

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As I woke up one Saturday morning, I was excited to head out for my morning run. The day before had been strangely warm considering the cold, snowy winter we’d been having, and I was looking forward to logging some … Read the rest

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On Dec. 1, Altra Elite Athlete, Jacob Puzey hopped off the treadmill at The Running Event Trade Show in Orlando, Fl., and casually walked to his wife and 6-month-old daughter who were standing nearby. Had it not been for the … Read the rest

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The life of a mom is no doubt a busy one. Between getting kids ready for school, helping with homework, cleaning the house, cooking meals, and working to help contribute to the financial well-being of the family, finding time for … Read the rest

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With just seven miles to go on my first 50 mile race, I had gone so far, yet still had a long way to go.

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The Wasatch Mountain Range is full of natural beauties that are meant to be explored. From the early Mormon Pioneers using it as a pathway to a home where they would escape religious persecution, to the current Wasatch Mountain Wranglers … Read the rest

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On the evening of April 4, Barkley Marathons race director, Gary “Laz” Cantrell watched as Jared Campbell — the only finisher out of an original field of 40 — made his way toward the yellow gate that serves as the Read the rest

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