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Contest the Vest: Vote now!

The finalists are here! Last week we put the call out asking you to write about what you love about running trails and/or ultramarathons. We had so many fantastic posts, we may have been relegated to leg wrestling and straw pulling to determine the finalists…Okay, not really, but we did have a tough time whittling it down to just three!

Read them now and cast your vote in the comments below for the entry that is most deserving of the coveted Ultimate Direction Scott Jurek Ultra Vest!

Entry #1

It’s a mother, daughter thing!

When I think about my trail running experiences, I forget about the cute New Balance shoes, the unmentionable places I have scars from rubbing Gu packages, and the gallon of blood lost to rocks, roots, and lovely blisters. Instead I think of my training partner: the person who introduced me to running and the one I can count on to push me when needed. She is the person who is on the trail along side of me on every run: my mother, Brenda Campbell. My mom is forty-six years old, has been a runner all my life, has run over 15 marathons and has just completed her first ultra-marathon. Without her, my love of running and introduction into ultra-running would never have happened. I evolved into the runner I am because of her encouragement, through each new “longest” distance, and running me into the finish of my first marathon. She is there every morning sharing the pre-run peanut butter and is there next to me on the couch during our 10thviewing of Unbreakable. My love of ultra-running surfaced through blogs, books, and fellow ultra-runners. When my mom decided to look into running her first ultra, we dove, or rather plunged into the world of Ultimate Direction vests, hydration packs, and Trail Runner Nation podcasts. We watched Anton Krupicka run through the High Country and followed devotedly to the IRunFar Twitter feed. Thanks to trailandultrarunning.com, we were introduced to the elite runners’ race reports, learning about S! Caps, and the importance of a good headlamp. As my mom’s ultra, the North Face Endurance Challenge 50 mile race in Wisconsin was three weeks away, my duty as pacer changed to participant. We ran every step together, discussing which of her pre-school students are her favorite this year at mile 15 and cursing the hills at mile 40. Though she twisted her knee and was reduced to a walk/run the last 3 miles, I met each step right along side her, supporting her to the end. During that race, our roles changed; I was the one guiding her, pushing when she wanted to stop, just like she was there two years ago pushing me during my first 8 mile run. I would never been a runner or an ultra-runner without her, and I cannot wait to continue onto the next trail with her by my side. My mom and I after our first 50 mile ultra-marathon.

 My mom and I after our first 50 mile ultra-marathon.

Us on our  longest consecutive training runs.

Us on our longest consecutive training runs.

 

Entry #2

An Ultimate Direction

In 2011 I thought of a way to kick start my life as I undertook a new job as a therapist working with people struggling from addiction and searching for a purpose in their lives. Having a history of addiction myself and being clean for 16 years I thought back on how I had done it. Through support and running I recalled the relationships built and spirituality found on the trails of the Wasatch Mountains that resulted in erasing addiction and replacing it with a more excellent way of life. I knew that if a non-runner like myself could become such, so could they.BluBadwater

I started a free community group called Addict II Athlete and it quickly gained momentum. As Head Coach of this remarkable team I began to witness the inner strength these Athletes developed as we put in miles on the trails together. After one challenging race, I asked one of our Athletes how hard the climb to Windy Pass was, toward the end of the Squaw Peak 50 Ultra. He replied, “It was hard, I wanted to quit, but then I thought about when I was sitting in the Utah State Prison for multiple DUI’s and how trapped I felt, and now, here I was on top of the world, free from prison and addiction. Yea, it was hard, but not impossible.” PonyBlu

Addict II Athlete’s vision is to assist these new Athletes in recovery from all addictions and get on the path of healing and achieving goals in what could be described as a new path in an Ultimate Direction. A brilliant name for a company that must have the same thought in giving the Athlete the best gear for their journey. When I was added to the trailandultrarunning.com group, I saw runners living the life Addict II Athlete is establishing for our new comers. From our first 5k two years ago to running the 2013 Badwater Ultra Marathon, these former addicts leave that life behind and become so much more.

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For me the real accomplishment in ultra and trail running is experiencing the highest summits, longest stretches and the mental negotiating that proves we can do hard things. Even more inspiring is when you have a group of people others called drug addicts running alongside you because you know they can do hard things as well. Because nothing’s impossible…it just may take a bit longer. Photo

 

Entry #3

Trail Running is like meatloaf

My mother-in-law makes some positively amazing meatloaf. I don’t know what’s in it and I don’t want to know. I like the mystery. (I can only assume that ingredients include a mixture of sunshine, rainbows, and unicorn sparkles.

 

Trail running is the same way. There are lots of little mysterious elements that make it so seriously wonderful. Allow me to transform myself into Martha Stewart (never mind, I’ll skip the prison time) and expound on three ingredients that make meatloaf, I mean trail and ultra running so awesome.

Ingredient #1 – The Scenery

Sure, you can see some beautiful stuff running on the road. I mean those parked cars and miles of endless white line on asphalt are nice to look at. But there is nothing that can match the beauty of a trail weaving through the aspens or climbing to the top of a mesa and seeing the expanse of nature surrounding you.

 

 

Ingredient #2 – The Uncertainty Unlike the safe, predictability of road running, you never quite know what you’re going to get out on the trail. My mom’s meatloaf is not very good. And by “not very good” I mean – if you gave me the choice between eating a rusty radiator and mom’s meat loaf…..I’d choose the radiator. (I’m sorry mom. But you always taught us to be honest. Plus I’m trying to win aScott Jurek vest from Ultimate Direction here.)

The point is that sometimes your experience on the trail can be as bad as an episode of Golden Girls. And sometimes it is a magically delicious experience (sorry, Lucky Charms for breakfast). I love that feeling of knowing that every run can be an adventure.
 
Ingredient #3 – The People
Runners are awesome people. Runners are family. But I experienced a new level of amazing when I got into trail and ultra running. For example, my friend Christie was running her first 100 miler and was crippled with horrible blisters. A guy helped her clean her feet, bandage the blisters, and get her back on her way. He wasn’t a family member. Not an aid station worker. He was another runner. In the middle of his own race. That, my friend, gives me goose bumps.
 

I love this sport. And good meatloaf.

 

Voting for Contest the Vest is closed.

Congratulations to Cory – Entry #3 – for collecting the most votes!

Thanks to our three finalists and all those that entered for sharing their stories!

441 Responses to Contest the Vest: Vote now!

  1. Renee says:

    #3! Running is like meatloaf gets my vote!!!

  2. susette says:

    Cory’s is super awesome and makes me smile and laugh weekly!! #3 all the way!!

  3. Steve says:

    I vote for #3.

  4. Rachel Bryant says:

    #3 all the way!!!

  5. Kate says:

    They’re all great, but #3 gets my vote!

  6. Matt Pulsipher says:

    Gotta like #3

  7. Jill says:

    #3, #3, #3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Crystal Boren says:

    #3 meatloaf trail running 🙂

  9. Amanda Egan says:

    #3 all the way!!!

  10. Meatloaf! Meatloaf! Meatloaf! #3!

  11. Kelli says:

    #3 because of ingredient #3! Could not agree more.

  12. Cat says:

    #3…with unicorn sparkles.

  13. Tawnya says:

    3 for sure. It was the unicorns!

  14. chelsea says:

    I vote for #3!

  15. Chris says:

    Meatloaf rules! I vote #3.

  16. Stephanie says:

    I vote #3.

  17. Margie Pierce says:

    I vote for # threeeeeeeee (and unicorns and meatloaf…)

  18. Melody says:

    How could you not vote for #3? #3, of course!!!

  19. Jennifer says:

    I vote #3.

  20. Chelsae Fornelli says:

    #3!

  21. Leon Fornelli says:

    Definitely #3

  22. locke.ettinger@imail.org says:

    Cory and meatloaf rock it. #3 all the way to the bank baby

  23. Eric says:

    #3, thanks for the smile!

  24. Micah Peterson says:

    #3 Love meatloaf, love the run, and most of all, love the Cory!

  25. Dixie Madsen says:

    #3, meatloaf running

  26. Jessica says:

    I have ran some trails with Cory and it’s always been a positive experience! He is what ultra running is all about. #3 for the win!

  27. Rachel says:

    Number three all the way!

  28. Kristin says:

    Entry #3!

  29. Natalie says:

    #3…I love mom’s meatloaf too! (That would be Cory’s mother-in-law). And all the fantastic pics make me want to take up running!

  30. Cheryl says:

    Entry #2 all the way babeeeeee!!! Go Addict To Athlete!!!!!

  31. Marissa Robinson says:

    #2 An Ultimate Direction- Go BLU!!!

  32. sommer says:

    I vote #2

  33. Cassie says:

    I vote for story #2!

  34. Jolene says:

    #2! Coach. What an inspiration. I like meatloaf and unicorns, and I love my mom and especially HER meatloaf, but I admire a story about someone doing the right thing for themselves and especially for others.

  35. Teresa says:

    I vote # 2
    Champions!

  36. Dennis sunday says:

    I vote #2

  37. Jed says:

    Got to vote #2

  38. Carlee_0429@live.com says:

    #2 all the way!!!

  39. Judy says:

    #3 this one really hits home, so many have been affected by addiction and have used outlets like this to replace those addictions.

  40. Jen T. says:

    I vote for Story #2 all the way 🙂

  41. Judy says:

    #2 this one really hits home, so many have been affected by addiction and have used outlets like this to replace those addictions.

    Please disregard my last one I accidentally pressed number 3, but my vote is for #2

  42. Heather Dansie says:

    I vote 2!! 🙂

  43. christy says:

    I vote # 2

  44. Shelly says:

    I vote for #2!!!!!

  45. TheMirnavator says:

    Love #3!!!!!

  46. michelle says:

    I vote #2!

  47. Malcolm Evans says:

    I VotE For # 2

  48. ashlie says:

    I vote #2!!!!!

  49. Kelcie says:

    Entry 2. I have watched first hand how this program has been a productive part of society. The struggles each and every Athlete has faced head on and accomplished their ultimate goal. Each one holds so much passion and drive, encouraging everyone around them to improve. They are incredible! Thanks Blu for saving one of my best friends and so many other wonderful people. CHAMPIONS… most definitely!

  50. Mike Stein says:

    I vote for #1

  51. Emily says:

    I vote #2

  52. Ash says:

    I vote #2

  53. Courtney says:

    #2!!

  54. whitewolf kelly says:

    My vote is for # 1 (one)

  55. Janelle says:

    They’re all great….but I have to choose one, I choose #3

  56. Savannah says:

    I vote for #2!! Changing the world one step at a time. Amazing story.

  57. Dallas Calderwood says:

    #2 all the way! Look at you coach! Still being a champion and an inspiration!

  58. patti says:

    My vote is with #3!

  59. Heath says:

    Number #2 please

  60. Kurtis says:

    Meatloaf! #3

  61. Andrea says:

    I vote for #2! 🙂

  62. lance says:

    I vote #2

  63. Tyson says:

    Addict II Athlete has not only helped my daughter through her recovery, it has given me a chance to gain a closer relationship with her and my other two girls. The time we spend running together now is priceless to me. Thank you Blu. You are an inspiration to so many. We love you brother! 🙂

    I vote #2 all day long and twice on race day.

  64. Kennie says:

    Go #2 YAY!

  65. Michelle says:

    I vote #2

  66. Rob S says:

    I vote for #2. Very cool!

  67. Leslie says:

    I vote #2. What an incredible program for those that have almost lost hope.

  68. Aleesa Bruun says:

    #2!

  69. Aleesa says:

    #2 for sure!

  70. Seanna says:

    I vote for #2! I have seen miracles with Addict II Athlete in clients, their families and it even inspired myself and my 9 year old son to do at least one 5K a month. AIIA is a family of recovered addicts and family and friends!

  71. Emfaddy says:

    #2 Go Blu! Exciting to hear you are doing something so incredible.

  72. Stephanie says:

    I vote #2!!!

  73. Stephanie says:

    I vote #2!

  74. Scooter says:

    #2 is where it is at!

  75. Tresha says:

    #2 all the way!

  76. Renee Anderson says:

    #3!!!!!

  77. Matt says:

    #3 for sure

  78. Don says:

    Blu you rock! I vote for number 2

  79. Ruth says:

    #2 – You Rock Blu!

  80. Marie Peart says:

    Cory gets my vote he is the greatest!!

  81. Gary T says:

    Story #2 for sure.

  82. Sheila says:

    I like Blu, #2

  83. BYU Fan says:

    Number 2

  84. Thurston says:

    Blu #2

  85. KAtie says:

    Entry #2!

  86. Robinson says:

    Love them all, really cool people! Number 2!

  87. Jamie says:

    my vote seems to have disappeared… #2!

  88. Brandon says:

    I vote for #2

  89. Brenda says:

    I vote for #1. I may be biased because I am the mom in the essay:)

  90. bill says:

    #2 definitely is inspiring.

  91. mike says:

    vote for #2 go BLU!!!

  92. Natalie says:

    #3 and the unicorns!!!

  93. Mattie says:

    I vote #2 Blu is one of the greatest men I know!! He not only teaches but lives through his teachings. Luv that guy!!

  94. Jan Gaus says:

    #3 Cory all the way!

  95. Cody says:

    Number three!

  96. Rachel says:

    Three takes it!

  97. The reverend says:

    Three it is!

  98. dirtydi says:

    #3 meatloaf

  99. Kit Brazier says:

    Entry #3 is AMAZING!!!! Not only do his photos show the beauty of trail running but he has an awesome way of conveying a sport that is truly the ultimate in fitness.

  100. Amylee says:

    #3! Trail running and meat loaf. Both make me excited/want to die.

  101. Kelly says:

    #3…duh!

  102. Janey says:

    #2 all the way

  103. david nichols says:

    #3 is the right ingredient.

  104. Shauna Finley says:

    #3 !!!!

  105. Dawn says:

    #1!!!!!!!!!!! Vegetarians do not eat meatloaf! Besides, what is more important than your own family?

  106. Missy says:

    I vote #2

  107. Tawnya dozier says:

    Number 3 for sure!

  108. Kelly says:

    #3 for sure. Cory is the best.

  109. Andrea Sloan says:

    #3!

  110. Kate says:

    #2 – Blu is a true inspiration! Go Blu!

  111. Tracy says:

    #1…..they are my inspiration!

  112. AIIA says:

    Number 2

  113. Jared says:

    I vote # 3

  114. Lynette McDougal says:

    #3

  115. Shane says:

    #3 Cory is the Man!

  116. I liked #1..mother and daughter.. the love and interest they share…( my own mother is in a nursing home and I miss her everyday)..these two are making memories .. win or lose Jessica has my vote

  117. Russ says:

    #3 all the way!

  118. June Anderson says:

    #3!!

  119. Shirley Wilson says:

    #3 Meatloaf!! Definitely!!

  120. Jason says:

    Number 2!

  121. Carly says:

    #3 🙂

  122. Kiley says:

    Go Blu! #2

  123. Daniel says:

    AIIA and Blu = Number 2

  124. Angie says:

    #2 for sure!

  125. Mindy Kohler says:

    Entry #2

  126. Marcella says:

    I vote #2

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  128. Erik says:

    You’re my boy Blu! #2!!

  129. Heather says:

    #2 all the way!

  130. Mary says:

    I vote #2!!

  131. Little Buddha says:

    Number #3

  132. Lachelle says:

    I vote for #3!

  133. HOLLIE says:

    Wow – incredible stories! I love these!! But my heart is always with the FOOD.

    I vote #3!!

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  135. Thos says:

    I vote for Pedro! I mean, I vote for #3!

  136. Kenny Hart says:

    I vote for #2!!!!

  137. Colorado Gal says:

    Definitely #3– any reference to meatloaf AND a unicorn is always a winner in my book!

  138. Parker says:

    Entry #2, baby!

  139. Nelly says:

    #2 – great article

  140. Karin Marie says:

    #2!

  141. Rachel Soares says:

    #2

  142. Brenda says:

    #3 is completely awesome!!!!

  143. Nicole says:

    #3!

    But each was very good.

  144. Bruce says:

    Let’s go Blu! #2

  145. Kim perry says:

    Number 2!

  146. Gary says:

    Vote for #2

  147. Erin says:

    Number THREE!! 🙂

  148. Derek says:

    2 for Blu

  149. Alice says:

    I vote number one… go mother and daughter..

  150. brandon says:

    Entry #3

  151. Rico Lee says:

    Entry #2. No question asked!

  152. Anita says:

    2 please

  153. Deb says:

    Let’s hear it for number 2!

  154. Justin says:

    Thanks Blu, AIIA saves lives! 2!!!!

  155. Gayle says:

    Wonderful stories. 2 Blu for me please.

  156. Robert Lair says:

    #2!!!!!!

  157. Dave Stephenson says:

    #3. Gotta love Cory!

  158. Kortney says:

    Vote #2

  159. Jill says:

    2 Please!

  160. Martene Mackie says:

    Three

  161. Catherine says:

    MOM! The MEATLOAF! I vote #3!

  162. Hilarie Petersen says:

    #2- go BLU!!!

  163. Mikela says:

    Entry #3

  164. Kody Nelson says:

    Entry #3!!!

  165. Linda Pulver says:

    #3 !!!!!!!

  166. JoAnna Sorensen says:

    Nothing goes together like unicorns and meatloaf! Number 3!!!

  167. Coy says:

    #3 all the way!

  168. Amber says:

    I vote for #3!!!

  169. ActiveBands says:

    #3

  170. Kaelee says:

    #3 please!

  171. Joshua Bryant says:

    #3 Meatloaf will always get my vote.

  172. Norma says:

    #3!!! Count me in for Cory!

  173. #3 Cory–he is an inspiration to many people across the world!!!

  174. scott hughes says:

    #3 all the way! Corey is the best!

  175. Amber says:

    My vote is for #3!

  176. Justin Robins says:

    #3

  177. #3 takes the meatloaf…I mean the vest 🙂

  178. GoDogGoSLC says:

    #3

  179. Jen says:

    I vote for #3 Cory because he is an ongoing inspiration of running awesomeness for me.

  180. becka says:

    I vote for Entry 3!!!

  181. Alex says:

    Number 3!!!

  182. Adam Rue says:

    I vote for #3!

  183. Carolyn says:

    #3 all the way. Cory is such an inspiration.

  184. Byron Stucki says:

    #3 is my vote

  185. Bailey says:

    Love #3! And now I want some meatloaf…or is it an ultra I need??

  186. Cheryl russel says:

    Love number 3. Go fast Cory!

  187. Val Russell says:

    I vote for Cory #3

  188. Cheryl Russell says:

    I vote for #3. Cory is the best.

  189. TyAnn Clark says:

    #3!!!!

  190. jillsythrillsy says:

    #3!

  191. Lori says:

    #3 is great!!!

  192. Andrea says:

    #3. That Cory sure is AWESOME!!

  193. #3 Cory, meatloaf, and trail running are the best!

  194. Rick Whitelaw says:

    All are great, but I have to go with #3, by my mentor Fast Cory.

  195. Amanda says:

    #3 gotta love the meatloaf comparison!

  196. John says:

    #3 MEATLOAF

  197. Britt says:

    Lets go #2

  198. Heather says:

    AIIA all the way 2!!!!

  199. Mike says:

    GO AIIA 2

  200. Steve says:

    Number 2

  201. danika says:

    I vote for #3!!!

  202. Rich says:

    2! AIIA!

  203. Brad says:

    A “2” A

  204. Jaren says:

    Number 2

  205. Caren Toomer says:

    I vote for Cory #3

  206. brian says:

    I vote #2

  207. Marc says:

    I like #1

  208. Scott Hughes says:

    #3 For Sure!!

  209. D Hughes says:

    #3 Cory is Awesome!!! I love meatloaf-

  210. Courtnie says:

    Entry #3….he’s just that AWESOME of a guy!!! Run Cory Run

  211. Melissa B says:

    #3 hands down! love meatloaf!

  212. BrookCie Christensen says:

    #3 Cory!!!!!

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  214. Danny Widerburg says:

    #3 gets my vote !

  215. Tyler says:

    #2 ALL THE WAY!!!!

  216. Whitney says:

    I vote #2!

  217. Tyree says:

    Blu Robinson!!!!! #2

  218. Carlee sue says:

    AIIA all the way! #2! Champions!!!!

  219. Whitney says:

    AIIA #2

  220. Alyssa says:

    #2 all the way all day every day

  221. Nicole says:

    Blu Robinson!! #2

  222. Kelly says:

    I love me some meatloaf – #3

  223. Rob says:

    Definitely #3

  224. Carmen says:

    AIIA!! #2

  225. Rachel says:

    Go #3 fast Cory!

  226. brian says:

    #3 – Meatloaf!

  227. kelsey says:

    Entry #3!!!

  228. Tonya says:

    I vote for # 3 – Cory Reese. That guy is a STALLION. :~D

  229. Rik Keener says:

    #3

  230. david allen says:

    3

  231. Bill Ahlers says:

    Entry #3

  232. Bryce says:

    #3 all the way!

  233. Ben says:

    #3 for me!

  234. Dave McCollough says:

    Entry #3!

  235. Ali Pendergrass says:

    #3 ALL THE WAY!

  236. Nick Pendergrass says:

    NUMBER 3!

  237. Andrew Rainey says:

    I vote #3

  238. Ryan A says:

    #3 is awesome! Go #3!!!

  239. Jeanette Smith says:

    #3 I AM A UNICORN!!!

  240. Adam says:

    MMmmm… Meatloaf! Go #3

  241. Coley says:

    Go #3!!!

  242. Amy says:

    I vote #3!

  243. Bryant says:

    I vote #3

  244. Russel Carter says:

    #3

  245. Derek (Clown Puncher) Call says:

    Definitely Numero tres. That’s 3 for the unSpanishized folks.

  246. Lance says:

    #2 AIIA!!

  247. Melanie says:

    I vote number 2

  248. Tysen says:

    #2!!!!!!!!

  249. Jeremy says:

    Number 3

  250. Matthew says:

    #3 is my vote

  251. Jonathan says:

    Number 3

  252. Brooklyn says:

    I vote #3

  253. Kaden says:

    I vote for #3

  254. John Snyder says:

    #3

  255. Cor says:

    The other two entries are great but I’ll go for #3.

  256. Robinson's says:

    One more push guys! 2!

  257. John says:

    You got it Blu! 2

  258. Erica says:

    Number 2 for the Blu!

  259. Robbie Keene says:

    Go #3!

  260. Kaye Keene says:

    Number 3

  261. Bennion Fam says:

    Go Cory – #3

  262. Garett Cumming says:

    Three

  263. Jon & Krissy says:

    #3 for Cory

  264. Micah Anderson says:

    #3!

  265. G. Rita says:

    I vote for #3

  266. Rory Webb says:

    Numero 3

  267. Steve W. says:

    Fast Cory – #3

  268. Sammi Jo says:

    Three!

  269. Aleda P. says:

    Put me down for #3

  270. Holly T. says:

    #3 it is.

  271. Kenneth says:

    Three!

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  276. Jen says:

    Number One! #1

  277. Shannon says:

    #3 For The Win

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