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Western States 100 Mile Race Report (2016)

Western States 100 Mile Race Report (2016)

Well, I finally completed the 100-mile distance! It was rough, it was raw, and it stripped me to my core…but I gutted out the full distance in a 17 hours, 16-minutes at the 2016 Western States 100 Endurance Run. In short, the race was my worst ultra race performance in my career. I laid down […]

July 1, 2016 | By | 3 Replies More
2016 Transvulcania Ultra Race Report and Western States Training | Sage Running

2016 Transvulcania Ultra Race Report and Western States Training | Sage Running

Too Consistent? As a coach I often preach about training and racing consistency. In our Sage Running Secret ebook Sandi and I qualify that as having “consistent variation.” That is the goal is to train well and race routinely well, but with an upward trajectory for adaptation and self improvement (or at least a better […]

May 16, 2016 | By | 16 Replies More
Mistakes I made training Myself for the Marathon

Mistakes I made training Myself for the Marathon

Mistakes I made training Myself for the Marathon (and future Training/Racing considerations)   So I failed by 12 seconds. As most of you know by now, I’m not toeing the line at the 2016 US Olympic Marathon Trials next weekend. This goal of mine, to qualify for what would have been my 3rd Olympic Marathon […]

February 6, 2016 | By | 18 Replies More
Never Give Up!  a 2015 Running Year in Review

Never Give Up! a 2015 Running Year in Review

Never Give Up! “Never, ever, ever, ever give-up.” [a Winston Churchill paraphrase I believe…as I’m sure many others have mentioned this through out history]. I think about this type of quote often and use it as a mantra as much as possible. As many of you may already know I just ran a rather horrid […]

December 11, 2015 | By | 21 Replies More
UTMB 100: A Race I Didn’t Finish

UTMB 100: A Race I Didn’t Finish

UTMB 100…a race I didn’t finish   It could’ve been worse. I could have taken a fall off a cliff and died. I could’ve snapped a bone in half and stabbed myself with my trekking poles. My injury could’ve come a few days before the race I and wouldn’t have had the chance to even […]

September 12, 2015 | By | 20 Replies More