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Jim Sweeney runs primary on the technical trails around upstate New York and New England, still loves a good old road marathon, and even ran the fastest hundred miler (13:09) in 2018. He’s also the Lead Brewer at a brewery you’ve heard me talk a lot about…Athletic Brewing in Connecticut. It was high time I had Jim on the show to talk about his life…
 
Trivia with Lydia Episode Notes: Intro/outro music used with permission from David Rosales. Here’s more on The Tunnel race. More on Yiannis Kouros’ incredible feats on Davy Crockett’s Ultrarunning History Podcast. More on The Spine Race in the UK. And more on The Dipsea Race in Northern California. Here’s the NATHAN pack Lydia has fallen in love wi…
 
I was DFL at #hr100 Not the result I was hoping for, but I think I learned even more this way. Been trying to get here for about 10 years. pic.twitter.com/DFWkR6zhdk — Terry Miller (@Terrysrunning) July 19, 2021 Intro/Outro music used with permission from David Rosales. The post Terry Miller | Lessons from DFL at Hardrock 100 appeared first on Ultr…
 
Alek Simpson was diagnosed with narcolepsy and cataplexy at 18 years old and has continued running ultramarathons and trail races. He’s on a combination of drugs to keep him “normal”, never gets hungry, has extreme light sensitivity, and has experienced sleep paralysis…but none of this is changing his love and passion for the trails and racing. In …
 
Torsten Heycke is an endurance athlete who’s participated and competed in a panoply of outdoor sports. From ultramarathons like UTMB-CCC and Western States to field hockey, surfing, MTB racing, tennis, XC ski racing and triathlon, today, Torsten and I drill down and discuss our joined passion for paddle sports. He and I both competed in a paddle ra…
 
Noah Brautigam is a Salomon sponsored trail and ultra runner who started life as a xc skier and instructor in Vermont who bounced to the West Coast and has spent the last few years in Salt Lake City. Now he and his wife are living the van life as they prepare for a big move to her native Sweden later this summer. We talk about xc ski training, coac…
 
Annie Hughes is a 23 year old runner living in Leadville Colorado who hasn’t finished off the podium in nearly two years. She likes big vert, technical terrain, and long hauls that push her abilities. Haven’t heard of her? Listen to this interview and keep an eye on Annie…she’s got big plans and all the components to make them come true. Annie love…
 
Lucas Simon Drake joins me to share his experience of running a 50 mile trail ultramarathon tripping on acid. Why did he do it? How did it go? Does he see it as a PED or did in hinder his performance? Please, listen to this interview with an open mind. It’s pretty damn interesting. If you’re going to try something like this, please do it on your ow…
 
Nicole Monette started running competitively in high school and moved to ultramarathons a few years ago. She won Yeti 100 in 2020 and then last month participated in the Hoka Carbon X2 event in Arizona. During that event, Nicole finished second. She doesn’t race a lot, but instead Nicole focuses on and enjoys the rigors and structure of training. I…
 
Austin Bogina is an Olympic Trials Qualifier in the Marathon, a member of the USA 50k team, and a Ph.D candidate in the field of sports management. In this interview, we talk about growing up in small town Kansas, finding his legs in Colorado, and working his butt off to get where he is now. (Austin is) just a farm boy from Kansas who made his drea…
 
Sarah Biehl ran track and XC in both high school and college, ran an Olympics Trials Qualifying marathon, then set her eyes on her first ultramarathon. With guidance from friends in the ultra world, she ran an impressive 5th place, but most importantly, had a great time and smiled the … The post Sarah Biehl Interview appeared first on Ultrarunnerpo…
 
Clint Welch grew up playing football and riding bareback rodeo in California’s Central Valley and Texas. He also ran with his mom occasionally through childhood, but that bug ultimately caught up with him and now he’s an accomplished ultramarathon runner with numerous hundred milers under his belt. So how’d that … The post Clint Welch Interview | F…
 
Francesca Muccini has run—and won–Vol State before but her performance this year at the Lazarus Lake event has been called one of the greatest multi day performances of all time. In this interview, Francesca–originally from Italy–describes her meticulous training on the roads and the gym and how she focused for … The post Francesca Muccini – Overal…
 
Pam Reed has run ninety six 100 milers and finished 50+ Ironman triathlons. She’s set the record for 24 hours on the track, and won–outright–Badwater two times. Most impressive to many was her 2015 Western/Hardrock/Badwater triple. All three of those events occur within one month. Woof! In this interview, we … The post Pam Reed Interview appeared f…
 
For those who use Twitter to get their ultramarathon and trail news, you’re likely familiar with SteeltownRunner. He adds to conversations with civil, salient, and smart commentary about some of the obscure races, records, and athletes from our sport. Behind the online moniker is Paul, a guy originally from Pennsylvania … The post Steeltown Runner …
 
Ryan Haebe went from top collegiate runner with an OTQ to someone fighting for his life. Then he won a 55k last year in Arizona and it got me thinking if we'll see his passion and fierce talent on the MUT scene any time soon. The post Ryan Haebe Interview | From Collegiate Success to a Tragic Accident and Back to the Trails on his Terms appeared fi…
 
Bethany Patterson started her running career when she took David Horton’s ultramarathon class back in 1999. (Here’s our interview with the good doc from 2013.) From his class, she learned where to run, how to run, and he supported her throughout her upcoming races around the country. Here’s a great … The post Bethany Patterson | Finding Time For th…
 
No American has even stood on the podium at Grand Raid Reunion Island (and Diagonale des Fous.) The notoriously difficult hundred miler in the India Ocean has seen greats like Andrea Huser, Nathalie Mauclair, Nuria Picas, Kilian Jornet, and Francois d’Haene work for wins, but Americans have had a tough … The post Sabrina Stanley | Surviving a Tough…
 
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