UltraRunning May/June 2018

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Max King seemingly walking on water near mile 20 of Way Too Cool, as he hunts down the two runners ahead of him en route to the win. Photo: Joe McCladdie

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Features

  • Growth of the Sport by Karl Hoagland
  • Sunglasses Review by Donald Buraglio
  • The Race Is Canceled? I Don’t Think So. by Josie Rozell
  • The Running Bonnetts: Everything in Excess by Wendy White
  • Mountain Mist by Dink Taylor, RD
  • Way Too Cool by Max King
  • Mt. Cheaha by Caitlin Gibson
  • Black Canyon
  • Lone Star 100 by Julie Moulton

 ultracoach

  • ASK ANN Get on the Track for Fun by Ann Trason
  • FROM THE COACH 10 Ways to Make Cutoffs, PR or Beat a Rival by Liza Howard
  • WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE? Coaches Have to Eat Too! by Meredith Terranova
  • BOTH SIDES OF THE COIN Is Cross Training Right for You? by Pam Smith
  • RUNNING FORM AND EFFICIENCY Downhill Running by Jason Koop
  • ULTRA-LIFE BALANCE Racing to Recover by Ellie Greenwood

 ultrageek

  • THE BEAST COAST Run Like an Animal by Amy Rusiecki
  • ULTRARUNNING SCIENCE Don’t Get Bent Out of Shape by Matt Laye
  • THE ULTRA MINDSET Top Tips for Race Week and Race Day by Travis Macy
  • VIEW FROM THE OPEN ROAD People by Gary Cantrell
  • THE VOICE OF THE SPORT Mark Robbins: Giving So That Others Can Experience the Extraordinary by John Trent

 ultraraces

  • 963 Beulah Challenge by Denise Bourassa
  • Antelope Canyon by Lisa Henson
  • Caumsett by Madison McGlone
  • Holiday Lake by David Horton
  • Brazil 135 by Jodi Weiss

 ultralife

  • ONE STEP BEYOND Do Try This at Home by Dean Karnazes
  • ENDURING YOUTH Mired in the Dirt? by Jarod Contreras
  • REESE’S PIECES 48 Hours in Vegas: Ultra Style by Cory Reese
  • ROCKET RANTS Three Miles an Hour Is All I Ask by Errol “Rocket” Jones
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