Daily News, Mon, June 10

The eleven things I learned during my first hundred mile run.

…and in self-serving story #2, we interviewed this idiot about his first hundred.

The Dipsea (the oldest trail race in the country) was this past weekend.  With its handicapped timing system, anyone can win.  Here are the results, though I have no idea what they mean.

Are you a fast walker?

Here’s our smart phone app we’re beta testing. If you’re encountering problems, please let us know specifics. Thanks!

San Diego 100 was an exciting race with Dave Mackey leading many of the miles, but Jeff Browning coming out on top, followed by a steady Brett Rivers.  Jenny Capel snagged it for the ladies, coming in 8th overall on a pretty hot day.  Full results here.

…and on the complete opposite side of the country, Sage Canaday and Kristina Folcik took tops at the Cayuga Trails 50 in upstate New York.

Here’s Davy Crockett’s race report from Bryce with some great pics.  And here’s our podcast with Davy.

This high school girl is awesome.  A one-woman team who eats her steak raw.

but she’s not nearly as awesome as Mary Cain, who currently holds every HS record between 800 and 5k. Wow!

When to replace running shoes…apparently written by someone in the running shoe retailers business.  How long do you keep yours?

Did you hear our podcast with George Zack? Wanna see some pictures of the infamous Bullwinkel donkey?

Here’s a good video on Hardrock.

How not to barf.

 

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