UltraRunning May/June 2018


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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  • 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


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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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