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Anton Krupicka ’14

Anton has had a heckuva few months–and says he’s back in shape to win on the trails.  As an athlete with such a stout resume, he has set himself up for Speedgoat, then UTMB later in the summer–both races that require a fair amount of climbing prowess–and he’ll be racing hard …

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Adam Hewey Interview

After last year’s “Hunchback of Hardrock” finish, Adam is back for more of the iconic race, but this year, he’s wedged it …

Daily News, Mon, Apr 28

Gary Robbins’ UTMF DNF report. Bummer. Wardian picked up a win at the Big Sur Marathon (completing the second half of the …

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Rory Bosio Interview

We are couple of ultra fools when it comes to Rory Bosio. Besides her awesome talent as an ultra runner and making …

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Daily News, Mon, Oct 7

Ever wonder what sports fuel Kilian uses? Ted Corbitt now has a website dedicated to him. What an amazing guy. A Spartathlon …

UTMB 2013

Daily News, Fri, Sep 13

Diana Nyad defends her swim to critics with reasoning that makes sense: The first person to cover the distance gets to establish …

UTMB 2013

Daily News, Friday, Oct 6

Wasatch 100 starts this morning. You can follow all runners here, though many eyes will be watching the front as Nick and …

Daily News, Thurs, Sep 5

“Racing 100mi through the mountains as hard as you can is all about irrational confidence and optimism…” –Anton’s UTMB race report. Frosty …

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Daily News, Fri, Aug 30

Max cushion fat shoes are the trend for 2014. AJW addresses the growth and impact of money in ultras. Good thoughts, but just …

Daily News, Thurs, Aug 29

An airtight case that Forrest Gump is the best fictional athlete of all time. Did you check out brand spankin new interview …