Date of Race: 19 Nov 2017 Just a few months after our first child (my fourth) was born, Liz ran her first marathon at the California International Marathon. She nabbed her first ultra with a 50k finish the following summer, and then it was on to baby number two. We welcomed our second child this …
The first time I saw the 200 mile distance on Ultrasignup my mind was blown. I still remember it; a picture of Catra Corbett cruising along single track on some mountaintop with Lake Tahoe down in the distance. I had heard of and read about plenty of stage races before, but something about seeing that …
Date of Race: 20 May 2017 Date of Report: 17 Jan 2018 —- Link to why this is so late in publishing. TL;DR – Overworked, overwhelmed, spread thin, depression, reinvention, failure, reinvention again. Forward progress. —- If you’re thinking about the Silver State 50/50 – do it. I had heard a lot of positive things …
When I set out to create this blog, it was a way for me to document my growth as a runner, spur my growth as a writer and creator, reflect on the events of my life (the reasons why I run) and in some way, give back to the community for all the race reports …
Run Till You Die This is terrible advice. Then again… the alternative is worse. “I can’t do that.” I hate hearing “I could never do that! Its way farther than I could run.” Maybe they’ll talk about a 10k, a half marathon or even a marathon they’re training for…months down the road. Coach Travis, and …
What a wild summer this has been. I could write a very long and lengthy post about all the ups and downs – but I’ll interject that throughout the race reports, reviews, and posts that I am writing… For now, I’ll leave it as a promise for all that will be posted here soon. Silver …
Policy changes, cultural shifts, laws and regulations, financial costs…..These are things most runners cannot agree on….and things most politicians don’t understand.
As we move towards the future, we must ask ourselves:
How can we improve the sport of Mountain Ultra Trail Running?
The weekend before the Canyons, there is a nice, low key race series held just south of San Jose. There are 5K, 10K, 13.1, 18 mile, and 50K events. I plan on doing the 13.1 as that is a 10 mile day for me.
It looks beautiful. There is even a guided nature walk going on the same time that my wife and daughter will be going to while I stretch my legs on the course….
…Since we’re camping at the Canyons 100K, it’s also time to break out the gear from it’s winter hibernation and shake it out. I would rather make sure everything is where it is supposed to be during a trial run, rather than the weekend of a big event….
The Trail Ahead.
Big things for 2016!
I am proud to announce I was selected for the Honey Stinger 2016 Hive Sponsorship program. I’m a Honey Stinger Athlete!
Race calendar updates, and
Oct 28, 2015 Updates!
Coming soon –
Folsom Lake Ultra Trail, Scot Jurek, and SaltStick review.
Babies and Cats!