The third annual Cuyamaca 100K launched from San Diego’s Cuyamaca Rancho State Park on October 4th this year with the largest field of starters to date. One hundred and eighty-two runners toed the line this year, having travelled from as far away as Poland and Japan.
by Ricky Scott The 4th running of the Crooked Road 24 Hour Ultra was held November 22 and 23, 2014. Held on a certified .950423 course at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the day started with temps in the 20s with our largest field ever at 120 starters. As the day wore on,
Last week Cory and I were in Austin, Texas for The Running Event, a tradeshow geared for running specialty retailers. A focal part of the show is the exhibition hall which featured over 100 different running products, services and brands catering to the running market.
by Nick Liddane A Lord of the Rings-themed pub, The Shire, has just opened its doors in the midst of one of Ireland’s most scenic areas, County Kerry. One of the more enduring species which JRR Tolkien crafted in his Middle Earth anthology was the Ent. Ents are tardy, tree-like shepherds– a product of the landscape.
Other than death and taxes, change is one of life’s big, dark inevitabilities. But unlike the other two, it doesn’t have to be a bad thing. In fact, even though it is almost always hard at first, it’s something we are best off embracing as a positive, as a catalyst for things to improve. One
by Joe Prusaitis Cactus Rose celebrated her 8th anniv with a warmer than usual attitude, providing her usual stabs and barbs, a slice here, a cut there, until the entire field of party goers were bleeding a trail down her path. As Lynn Ballard puts it, ‘The Cactus, she cuts you up… and gets in