Dirty Girls’ Trail Race

Friday, Aug 8, 2014 Mansfield , ON 12hrs Place Age Gender Gender Place First Name Last Name Distance City State 1 43 M 1 Peter Taylor 66.123 2 31 F 1 Angie Darbyson 54.901 3 44 M 2 Ade Stewart 52.39 4 27 M 3 Corey Smith 49.91 5 42 M 4 Greg Dunn 49.91

The 2014 Winter Solstice Run

As the sun set on June 20, a team of runners gathered on the shore of Lake Michigan, soon to commence an expedition from the northernmost tip of Leelanau Peninsula and continue 40 miles through the shortest night of the year, toward Grand Traverse Bay. These 50 runners represented a movement of gender equality for

International Ultrarunners Without a World Championship Race For The Second Time This Year

by Icarus Florida UltraFest “It is with great regret that the IAU must announce the cancellation of the 2014 24 Hour IAU World Championships. Unfortunately, for reasons beyond our control, the host organizers indicated that it would not be possible to continue with the event in 2014,” read the 7/22/2014 post on the International Associations of

Ranking and results Ultra-Trail World Tour before the French event, the UTMB Final event in the “Series”

Press Release issued by Ultra-Trail World Tour The 7th and 8th legs in the Ultra-Trail® World Tour took place on the same final weekend of June. The Start of The 8th North Face®Lavaredo Ultra Trail® and 7th leg of the UTWT took place in the center of Cortina d’Ampezzo, on the 27th June at 23h00.

Cape Town to Host Major Ultra-Trail Race

Cape Town, 13 June 2014: France has the Ultra-Trail Mont Blanc and Japan the Ultra-Trail Mount Fuji. Now South Africa has an event to match. Entries open today for the inaugural Ultra-Trail Cape Town, which at 100km with 4200m elevation gain and a cut-off time of 15 hours will be the most demanding race to

International 100+ Ultrarunning Foundation Introduces Florida’s First Six Day Race

When Andrei Nana completed his first 100 mile race, the Ancient Oaks in Titusville, Florida on December 3, 2011, he knew that this race was just the beginning. While many first time 100 mile finishers swear “never again”, for Nana, the sentiment may have been something more like “not good enough.” To be sure, since