UltraRunning October 2019


Zach Bitter finishes his final lap at Six Days in the Dome, setting the 100-mile World Record in 11:19. Photo: Jeff Genova

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  • It’s Not as Easy as You Think by Amy A. Clark
  • FKT Around Mount St. Helens by Yassine Diboun
  • Fall Shoe Review by Donald Buraglio
  • Fitz and the Tantrums’ John Wicks: The Rhythm of Running by Amy Clark
  • Bigfoot 200 Endurance Run by Daniele Seiss
  • Badger Trail Races by Scott Kummer
  • High Lonesome 100 by Caleb Efta
  • Six Days in the Dome by Donna Deeb


  • FROM THE COACH Knowing When to Fold by Ian Sharman
  • BREAKING IT DOWN Training with Kids by Pam Smith
  • KOOP’S CORNER Why Gender Matters by Jason Koop
  • ULTRA-LIFE BALANCE Breaking Down the Numbers by Ellie Greenwood
  • TRICKS OF THE TRADE Tough and Determined Women by Sean Meissner


  • ULTRARUNNING SCIENCE Injuries in Every Body by Matt Laye
  • THE BEAST COAST How We Identify as Ultrarunners by Amy Rusiecki
  • THE VIEW FROM THE OPEN ROAD The Month of Fear by Gary Cantrell
  • THE VOICE OF THE SPORT How Anton Krupicka’s DNF Helped Transform Ultrarunning by John Trent


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  • White River 50
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  • REECE’S PIECES Preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse by Cory Reese
  • ONE STEP BEYOND Grinding Gravel on ElliptiGO by Dean Karnazes
  • SARAH’S STORIES Self-Supported Stage Races by Sarah Lavender Smith
  • I AM AN ULTRARUNNER Sebastian Salsbury by Erika Hoagland

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