Ultramarathon Daily News | Monday November 27
Justin breaks down the (few) trail and ultramarathon events from this past weekend. I think most people were busy stuffing birds and gorging on Thanksgiving dinner(s). As for upcoming events, that Ultra Trail Capetown looks like it’ll be a good one!
More on Alicia Vargo’s awesome FKT in the Grand Canyon…four months after giving birth.
Cyber Monday? Here, just go to Leor’s updated site and order up where ever he’s running next. Here’s our interview with him from 2014.
In a perfect world, this is how doping violations play out: Athlete gets busted for involuntarily taking banned substance, admits mistake, apologizes, is given sentence, and everyone learns a lesson.
Did you catch our latest interview with Timothy Olson? We talk about what he’s training for, life as a family on the road, mindful running, and the realities of reality television.
That episode was sponsored by the Broken Arrow Skyrace. Spanning three days of racing, talks, clinics, beer parties, movies, and more, this race has a little something for everyone–especially if you love alpine running in a gorgeous location. Mid June in Lake Tahoe, California…see you there!
Smartwatches and connectivity can certainly be a lifesaver, but I wonder how many of them are false or unnecessary calls.
Sure, it’s sort of a listicle, but this rundown of Outside Magazine’s “greatest” is pretty entertaining–and it includes some trail and ultramarathon references.
I love the heck out of dogs, but really wish people would stop bringing them everywhere. Here’s how faking service dogs are putting people with real disabilities at risk.
You’ve heard Sarah talk about the female triad before. Here’s a perfect example of what havoc it can cause on an endurance athlete.
Here’s a rundown of some killer Cyber Monday deals that may appeal to you. And here are more from DCRainmaker.
More on how in the hell Megan Roche balances life, training, coaching, doctoring, and wifing.
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