Cocodona 250. Finding Hope in the Arizona Desert.

The Cocodona 250. The Big Show. When Ashlee had treated me to an entry for this 2nd year race, I was floored. I had always dreamed of running a 200 and after watching Cocodona 250 on the live stream last year, I knew I had to do it. The field assembled this year was byContinue reading “Cocodona 250. Finding Hope in the Arizona Desert.”

Boston in the Spring: My First Boston Marathon

Ah Boston. A truly Classic City, with a classic race. When I moved out to Providence last Spring, I had it on my bucket-list to run Boston when I could, as living so close to the race meant there was no more excuse to make the pilgrimage . 2022 would be my year to giveContinue reading “Boston in the Spring: My First Boston Marathon”

Snowshoe Running-The Top Secret Success to a Fitter Ultra Runner.

As I have transitioned from my snowshoes and into my trail running shoes for a busy Spring of races, I feel fitter and stronger than ever before. Why is that the case? Is snowshoe running to thank? Why do not more people snowshoe? Let us look to our European friends. Some of the top athletesContinue reading “Snowshoe Running-The Top Secret Success to a Fitter Ultra Runner.”

2022 US Snowshoe Nationals: It is Great to Be Back!

The last National championships that I had the chance to run was back in 2019 at the same venue of this years’ running: The Lakewoods Resort in Cable, Wisconsin. It was a course I have known well with both a win in the Half-marathon and a 5th place (national team) finish in the 10k inContinue reading “2022 US Snowshoe Nationals: It is Great to Be Back!”

Snowshoe Nationals-The Culmination of a Season.

Snowshoe Running Nationals has always been at the heartbeat of the snowshoe running season here in the US. It is the event that you try and peak for and hope to give your all to close-out a successful winter season. What I have loved most about Nationals, is the joining of our community in oneContinue reading “Snowshoe Nationals-The Culmination of a Season.”