UltraRunning November 2019


First light on the last day of Tahoe 200, heading up to Ellis Peak at mile 197 of 205. Following a crazy snowstorm the day before, racers were treated to a crisp Tahoe sunrise as they hit their final summit of the race. Photo: Hilary Matheson

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  • Fall Jacket Reviews by Donald Buraglio
  • Ragna Debats by Gael Couturier
  • Ouray Endurance Run by Chris Twiggs
  • Kodiak 100 by Michael Ortiz
  • Tahoe 200 by Mike Wood


  • ASK ANN Longer or Faster? by Ann Trason
  • FROM THE COACH Setting Goals as You Age by Ian Sharman
  • BREAKING IT DOWN Zombie Uprising: Back from the Dead by Pam Smith
  • KOOP’S CORNER A Lesson in Fear by Jason Koop
  • ULTRA-LIFE BALANCE Band of Runners by Ellie Greenwood
  • WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE? A Passport Photo by Meredith Terranova
  • TRICKS OF THE TRADE A Running Hero: Gunhild Swanson by Sean Meissner


  • ULTRARUNNING SCIENCE Long Live the Ultrarunner by Matt Laye
  • RUNNING WISE Don’t Drop Out of a Workout by Gary Dudney
  • THE BEAST COAST Athletes with Disabilities by Amy Rusiecki
  • THE VIEW FROM THE OPEN ROAD An Ode to ARFTA by Gary Cantrell
  • THE VOICE OF THE SPORT The Voices of Wasatch by John Trent


  • A Race for the Ages by Jodi Weiss
  • Temptation 200 by Andrew Schafer
  • Wasatch Front by John Moellmer


  • REESE’S PIECES The Beginning and the End of a Streak by Cory Reese
  • ONE STEP BEYOND Ultra Good Reads by Dean Karnazes
  • ROCKET RANTS The Ties That Bind by Errol Jones
  • DESTINATION UNKNOWN It Runs in the Family by Jeff Kozak
  • I AM AN ULTRARUNNER Katie Grossman by Erika Hoagland

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