I have run Caumsett 50k a few times before. Once in 2016, 2019 and again in 2020. Every year I have run it, it has been a Road USA 50k championship, where the top finishers under 3 hours -earn automatic qualifying times for the National team.Continue reading “Caumsett 50k USATF Road Championships 2020: Going for the Win_d”
I had one more morning run to go on before we would make the trip to Myoko.Continue reading “2020 World Snowshoe Championships: Japan–The Race”
I have to start by saying that this was a trip of a lifetime! Japan is such a special place in the world and the people and culture of the region truly are one of a kind.
The trip out to Japan started when I placed 5th at the USA Snowshoe National Championship in 2019 at Cable, Wisconsin.Continue reading “2020 World Snowshoe Championships: Japan! Part 1: The Trip to Japan and Tokyo”
How to start this post? The Hellgate 100k wasn’t only a race to me. It was more than that. It was an adventure, a saga, and challenge of how the human spirit can endure so much and be so strong in the face of adversity. This is my story of my Hellgate.Continue reading “Hellgate 100k: Quest for the Puffy Jacket and a Western States Lottery Ticket”
Only a week from running the Tussey Mountainback 50 mile, where I had placed 2nd place in the USA road championship, I would be testing my recovery efforts and limits at running a fast marathon in arguably one of the greatest cities in the world, New York City.Continue reading “2019 TCS NYC Marathon”