Ultrarunner Daily News, Fri, Jan 15

Ultrarunner News for Friday

Ten ultrarunner trends that Wyatt wants to see ended this year.  Do you agree?

I’m assuming this is the same Billy Barnett featured in Born to Run.  Now he’s a teacher in Hawaii.

Which top runners are heading to UTMB this year?  Here’s a list from iRunFar.

Back then, I would encounter someone on a trail above Ouray only once every two or three years.  It was so rare that I would always stop and ask what they were doing there.

solid words from Rick Trujillo, someone who’s been at this for a looooong time.

Here’s an OCR set deep in a salt cave in Missouri. What’ll they think of next?

HURT is this weekend in Hawaii. Here’s our interview with Rod Bien where we discuss racing past 40 and his intimate relationship with the HURT course.

Throwback article from thirty years ago: Is ultrarunning a marketable sport?

I don’t know anything about Angel City Brewery, but it’s nice to see a big marathon partner with a local brewery and not Michelob Ultra.

Matt Flaherty‘s year in review, with detailed explanations of his injury woes.  Alright, now it’s time to put out some more music.

The 100 most influential people in health and fitness. I had to stop at #17. WTH?

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I got my $35 beer glass in the mail yesterday and have the perfect beer to try it out for a review. Stay tuned.

I don’t have a subscription to this site, but would be interested to learn more about why Running Times folded.

I’ve wondered how HOKA parlayed MUT success into the track and field arena.  Here’s some insight into the company.

Friday Funny: Finally, a company that integrates every bit of wearable technology into the perfect pair of socks!

Nah, this won’t piss off cyclists.

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