GAC Fat Ass 50k–New England Ultra running in Style

What is a fat ass race? http://trailandultrarunning.com/the-fat-ass-ultra-a-history/ The article link above will give you a slight intro to what they are. The world of trail and ultra running started with low-key informal runs, events , even races that were more about comradery than competition. A “Fat-ass” race means it is very informal. “No frills, noContinue reading “GAC Fat Ass 50k–New England Ultra running in Style”

The Millinocket Marathon. A true Northern Maine Experience

Running a marathon in Northern Maine in December? Yes, that is my type of event. I have heard great things about the Millinocket Marathon, an event that truly brings what is best about Maine and New England all together on 1 day. https://www.runnersworld.com/news/a20859087/in-a-struggling-community-runners-come-to-help/ The Millinocket Marathon, started by Gary Allen was created out of generatingContinue reading “The Millinocket Marathon. A true Northern Maine Experience”

Bringing on the Hurtz at the Tesla Hertz 157 mile

So if you said that I would run 157.2 miles in the Pine Barrens of Long Island in New York in October, I would say “No way”. But I did. And what ensued in the race was one of the highlights of my year in my running for 2022. The Tesla Hertz has been goingContinue reading “Bringing on the Hurtz at the Tesla Hertz 157 mile”

Copahue Extremo. Taking Snowshoe Running to the Extreme! World Snowshoe Champs 2022.

Upon arrival to the village of Caviahue, in the Andes mountains of Argentina, I felt like we entered into another dimension, another time. The landscape here was unlike anything I had ever seen. Mountains that reminded me of the Flintstones that had everything feel “prehistoric”. From the trees that were around during the dinosaurs, toContinue reading “Copahue Extremo. Taking Snowshoe Running to the Extreme! World Snowshoe Champs 2022.”