Race Reports

The Art Moore Fat Ass 50km 2015

by Daniel Straitiff January 3, 2015 was one of those Cleveland winter mornings were it seems that daylight may never come given heavy, gray threatening skies.  Yet, in the damp darkness a hearty and dedicated band of road warriors gathered at South Mastick Picnic Area in the Cleveland Metroparks to embark on Cleveland West Roadrunner’s

Lookout Mountain 50 Mile

by Nathan Holland I first ran Lookout Mountain 50 Mile race in 2012. It was the culmination of my first full year of trail and ultra races. I loved #LM50…Well, I hated and loved it because I hurt, like couldn’t hardly walk kind of hurt, for about three weeks after the race. That race taught

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Running the Elephant – Tahoe 200

I cannot believe that I was brave enough to even start this event. One hundred miles actually WAS quite enough for me each of my 15 experiences, thank you. Yet, when I first heard about the 200-mile loop around Lake Tahoe, I knew I had to do it.

Arkansas Traveller_Zach Freeman (race report author) and Jay Freeman at 6 am_photo by RT Freeman

Seventeen Crazy Hours In the Arkansas Mountains

by Zach Freeman “Welcome to the dark side of the running world!” my uncle Jay said to me. He was only partly joking, because I did indulge in what many (including those involved) would consider the “dark side of the running world,” running 48 miles of the Arkansas Traveller 100 in the Ouachita National Forest

Steven's Creek Striders_Jennifer O'Connor en route to victory, photo by Michael Dhuey

Racing Astride the San Andreas Fault

by Peter Hargreaves, RD Saturday, September 27th saw the inaugural Stevens Creek Striders 50k, 30k and Half Marathon in the Los Altos Hills, CA. Since 2002, the 50k race has run under the banner “Steve Patt’s Birthday Run” or “Stevens Creek 50k.” But this year Steve handed off the race to his Cupertino, CA based trail

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A Hot Hundred Kay at Cuyamaca

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.