Ultramarathon Daily News | Thurs, Oct 19

Rad photo gallery from a 43 mile jaunt on the Teton Crest Trail in Western Wyoming. Holy hell that’s beautiful. Looks like the female supported FKT has been contested quite a few times recently.

More on the mega-distance ultramarathon runners of the 1980s.

Ultrarunning/Sharman: Sometimes it’s best not to start a race.

It’s #worldmentalhealthday. Check out our interview with Nikki Kimball and Dr. John Onate about depression and MUT running from a few years ago. I admit to having little understanding or experience with mental health, John’s a psychiatrist, and Nikki suffers from depression.

GearJunkie: The Marji Gesick is the MTB world’s version of Barkley…Technical, unsupported, and a huge DNF rate. Is it a runnable course? Anyone in Michigan’s UP done it?

Sunny and I are each signed up for the six hour at One Day in Auburn in January. She’s never come close to running that long, but this format should be good for her and she’s stoked.

Treeline Journal: Nikki writes about balancing motherhood and training.

Short news day. What did I miss?

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