Jackson Brill is a 20yo at CSU Boulder who's tearing up the trails and podiums. Keep an eye on this dude: He's got an infectious love for the trails and is making good decisions.
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Keely Henninger has had a great year with wins at Chuckanut 50k and Lake Sonoma 50 miler, podiums at other big races, and a monster win at Tussey Mountainback championships. Next up? She’ll toe the line with the fastest ultra trail runners in the country at The North Face Championships …
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What type of personality and planning does it take to run fifty 100 mile races in one year? Meticulous, fit, and passionate. A mind bending interview with a guy taking on an audacious goal.
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Courtney Dauwalter joins Sarah and I to talk about the finer points of Big's Backyard Ultra, her plans for 2018, the partnership with her husband Kevin, and more.
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Ellie Fox is living the life many of us envy. She grew up in an MUT family and now lives in a tricked-out van with her husband and their pets, traveling from trailhead to trail race whenever they want. Ellie recently won Cloudsplitter 100k and we talk about what she …
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Derrick Lytle joins me to talk about his role in the MUT scene, the overall media landscape, and his recent FKT attempt on the 800 mile Arizona Trail.
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Annie Weiss ran her first ultramarathon on the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin and won the 50k division. Since then, she’s gone on to run Kettle Moraine, North Face (Wisconsin and San Francisco), Black Canyon, Gorge Waterfalls, and Leadville three times. Annie Weiss Ice Age Trail In 2017, Annie set …
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Sabrina Stanley (Altra) joins us to talk about Hardrock, racing in Italy, living with Avery, her unrelenting competitive spirit, and more.
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When Stephanie Case (interview here) tells me that someone she met has a good and compelling story, my ears perk up and I pay attention. In this episode, Kiwi Doug Strachan tells a story about a life changing experience ten years ago that set him up for the extraordinary training …
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Since I failed to produce the regular URP Daily News this morning, I’m making this episode available to everyone. This is a show format that’s been exclusive to the Patreon crowd for the last few months, and one that I’ve received positive comments about. It’s a rundown of the top …
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Josh Ritter lined up at Pine to Palm 100 three times in five years, each ending in a DNF. This year he finally got it right. What did he learn?
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Christopher Hammes was the first American to finish UTMB this year. So who is this guy and why does he like to suffer so much? (Keep an eye on this dude!)
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When Katie Arnold crossed the finish line at the Leadville 100 last month, many in the ultrarunning world recognized her name from her Outside Magazine column Raising Rippers. Katie Arnold at Mile 76 of Leadville. But there’s a lot more to Katie’s incredible story. It starts with a nasty rafting …
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Pam Smith joins Sarah and Eric for a wide-ranging discussion that bounces from Badwater to injuries to the role of social media in our sport.
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Jeff Ball lined up at Kodiak 100 last weekend in his second attempt at a hundred miler. His first was Western States last year, and he earned that spot by nabbing a Golden Ticket at Bandera 100k. So what was he expecting at Kodiak? Jeff was in great shape. His …
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We all have our own stories of finding our place in this silly sport. Some move seamlessly from collegiate track to the trails, while some have been running their whole lives. Then there are people like Neal Collick from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Neal didn’t run in high school and only …
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Jessa Hackman graduated law school two years ago, them immediately set off for a solo trek of the Appalachian Trail. After a chance encounter with an ultrarunner on the AT, Jessa signed up for her first ultra trail race less than a month after reaching Katahdin, and with no run …
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Traci Falbo is one tough and accomplished runner. She holds the indoor 48 hour record (remember this crazy video?), she’s been named to the top 10 list for Ultrarunner of the Year, she held the 100 mile trail record, has completed the Grand Slam, and has countless ultramarathon finishes and …
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Bob Shebest lined up for Western States this year in prime shape. He’d put in solid training with a high mileage block timed just right. He’d podiumed at other races in the past year and had specific experience racing from Squaw to Auburn before. He had a quality race plan …
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In addition to the URP Daily News that’s published each morning, I’ll be recording the URP Daily News Briefing each day (maybe?) that’ll go into a bit more depth with some of the issues covered in the online edition. Please let me know what you think of the audio format …
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