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UltraRunning March 2018

  • Are High-Cushioned Shoes Right for You? by Pam Smith
  • Longevity in Ultrarunning by Sean Meissner
  • Candy Hearts and IPA by Meredith Terranova
  • Braving the Beast Coast Winter by Amy Rusiecki
  • Chris DeNucci’s Journey: Inspiration, Intuition & Surgery by John Trent
  • JFK 50
  • Blood Rock

Five Tips for Running Your First Ultra
Running your first ultramarathon is a great commitment to make to yourself. It’ll hurt you in ways that you didn’t know running could hurt you and it will force mental fortitude that you didn’t know you possessed.
Gorge Waterfalls: Beyond the Back of the Pack
The back of the pack runners come straggling in to Wyeth Campground. Thirty-one miles is a tough distance no matter what day it is, even if running sixty-two is your goal, and these runners have endured thirty-one rocky, rooty, sloppy, and gorgeous trail miles in the Columbia River Gorge.
Hawkeye 50k: Iowa Nice
On April 8, 2017, 83 Midwesterners came together to run one of Iowa’s few ultras. The Hawkeye 50K starts in Solon and sends runners on two laps around the man-made Lake MacBride.
A Hot Hundred Kay at Cuyamaca
The third annual Cuyamaca 100K launched from San Diego’s Cuyamaca Rancho State Park on October 4th this year with the largest field of starters to date. One hundred and eighty-two runners toed the line this year, having travelled from as far away as Poland and Japan.
Update From The Running Event
Last week Cory and I were in Austin, Texas for The Running Event, a tradeshow geared for running specialty retailers. A focal part of the show is the exhibition hall which featured over 100 different running products, services and brands catering to the running market.
On Change
Other than death and taxes, change is one of life’s big, dark inevitabilities. But unlike the other two, it doesn’t…
Cactus Rose 100
by Joe Prusaitis Cactus Rose celebrated her 8th anniv with a warmer than usual attitude, providing her usual stabs and…
Strava Games
When I was much younger, but still old enough to know better, we used to play a game involving bicycles…
One Day report
by Dylan Armajani For 24 Hours starting November 8th NJ Trail Series moved onto the pavement of the Sussex County…
No matter what mileage you run per week or how many races you have in a year, it’s helpful to have an off-season, and this is the time of year to consider how to get the most from this phase of training. This article lists some of the advantages of down-time, plus tips for getting the most from it.
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