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.
I have run this race many times. Every time I ran in the past, my finishes were 3rd place. I always struggled in the late stages of the course. Tussey is my kind of ultra! With about 6k of elevation gain on rolling gravel roads, this USA 50 mile Road championship course is one that aContinue reading “Rainy Days: Tussey Mountainback USATF 50mi Road Championships”
Two years before this 2019 race, I had placed 5th at Cayuga Trails which was a vindicating performance for me after having numerous issues and drops at this event. I felt that I would let this event rest, but with it being the USA 50 mile trail championships one more time, I guess this was aContinue reading “2019 Cayuga Trails USATF 50mi Trail Championships”
On this trip, I had the opportunity of traveling with my wife, Ashlee to embark on a fun adventure to Madison, Wisconsin. At my time working as a Tech Rep for Nathan, I traveled the whole Eastern half of the US and Madison was always one of my favorite stops.
To set the scene, I had just finished running the Caumsett 50k at a personal best. I quickly switched gears, with five days of active recovery before traveling to Cable, Wisconsin for the US Snowshoe Championships, March 9th, 2019. I would run the National 10k race on Saturday (where the top 5 get onto theContinue reading “Playing With Fire: 2019 US Snowshoe Nationals in Cable, Wisconsin”