Ultramarathon and Trail News, Fri, June 10

Ultramarathon and Trail News From Around the World

Ultra-ultramarathon: Good interview with the fella who just ran the 630 mile South West Coast Path in the UK.

Friday funny: Jamil and Schuyler show us what aid stations of the (not so) distant future may look like.

As I gear up for the Himalayan 100 in October, I’m starting to read a lot about hiking and running in the Himalayas. 

Five things to know going into this years Western States. First is that only five of the top ten from ’15 are returning. Interesting.

Speaking of States, it’s gonna be a hot one! Wyatt is in the throes of heat training and shares his thoughts here.

Are smartphones and selfies ruining road racing? (Ahem, it’s the same argument with gun control…it’s not the tool, it’s the idiot with it.)

Without looking, how fast did a guy run a mile with his Weimaraner?

I’m not entirely sure, but it seems like Emelie is a proponent of chocolate milk and meat.

If you had to decide on an outdoor adventure town in Canada, would it be Banff or Jasper? Consider.

Speaking of Canada, the Buckin’ Hell 50k in BC next month is still really intriguing…and tough.  Gary Robbins is the RD, and he’s been described a masochist.

What are you running this weekend???



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