Daily News, Tue, May 27

Anton bags a win at Jemez 50. Ah, everything seems normal again. His report here.

…and Kilian won at Zegama. Results here.

One of my favorite running bloggers: Why do we choose to suffer?

Ouch! A 46% grade awaits the runners at the World Mountain Running Championship.

The world’s toughest ultras.

Interesting: Why athletes are more likely to need pacemakers in old age.

Krista (my co-host from the Luis Escobar podcast), posts pics and a report from the Born to Run event. Sounds like they described it pretty well. And here’s another post/gallery about the event with pics.

Ten fashion faux pas in running. Wear what ya want, folks.

NUC: Why I don’t do crossfit.

Better late than never…the Tarawera Ultra video. I’ve got to get down there for this race!

Here’s a great trail running mag from Canada.

An epic road running trip through 26 National Parks.

NUC: Stop taking damn selfies and live the moment, says scientists.

….but I sure don’t mind when others stop to take pics and share them. 

Gotta agree with Lauren on this: USATF shouldn’t hire convicted dopers as coaches.

Could Beat make one of these “electronic cue sheet gizmos” for runners who make wrong turns?

Interesting: Thirteen stats about UTMB.

And fifteen things you probably didn’t know about running shoes.

If you make a mistake while running, learn from it.

The site’s in French, but the video of Zegama needs no translation.

Ellen Miller offers some solid trail advice, including bringing good coffee.

And a big ol Happy Birthday to Victor Ballesteros. Check out his ultra drop bags here and listen to our interview with him (from last year) right here.

You're awfully quiet back there. Anything to say?