Carilyn recently traveled to Europe to race for Team USA in the 24 hour world champsionships. After having to drop out after 4 hours she got the remarkable opportunity to watch and learn.
After keeling over at Worlds last … Read the rest
For decades the lines between ultra-running, hiking, peak-bagging, and mountaineering have been pretty clearly defined, at least in the US (in Europe these lines have been obscured for ages). However, over the last few years we’ve seen those lines become … Read the rest
Behold! A giant mirror! As I balance it just so, we can all stand back and look at a reflection of our current selves. Try not to laugh too hard…that’s us! We, the ultrarunning community are a classy and … Read the rest
On May 20th of this year, Doug Masiuk started running from Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Since that date, Doug has been running eastbound, with intentions of running across the continent. If he succeeds, he will not be the … Read the rest
I had the pleasure of product testing the 2013 version of the Ultraspire Isomeric Pocket during my running of the Wasatch 100 Mile Endurance Race. Already an Ultraspire gear whore, I went into this race fully outfitted in their gear. … Read the rest
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The Wasatch 100 is an iconic and classic member of the ultra-running 100 mile Grand Slam. It’s origins date back to 1985 (I believe) and continues to set the standard for what a 100 mile mountain ultra should be. … Read the rest