September 8, 2010
Way to go Deb! Keep putting one foot in front of the other! How about her dog? Accomplishing something most humans cannot do, just spectacular! I am trying to put together a run across the Americas, picked up some sponsorship from Las Vegas Printing to help with management costs and getting things rolling, hopefully it will come together soon!
August 22, 2010
This is a great information on marathon world. Thanks for sharing it.
Sand Sock Girl
May 23, 2010
I think running is good for everyone. It gives you health benefits like a good blood circulation and it can be your sport too. Thank you for posting this.
May 21, 2010
I love running and I admire its advocacy. I hope a lot of people will patronize running
February 16, 2010
New Flotrack Interview with Grand Slam Champion Ian Torrence: http://www.flotrack.org/articles/view/1736-ian-torrence
January 7, 2010
Did you run faster or slower than the bushmen ?
December 11, 2009
Hi all, i’m new to the site but a keen ultra runner.
I recently came back from the Himalayas where I did 100 mile across 5 days and there were some serious hills.
I’ve done a race review for my blog so if you are interested in this run have a read, it really is spectacular with views of Everest during day 2 and 3, amazing. http://www.johnnyultra.blogspot.com/
I’d also love to follow like minded people on Twitter. http://twitter.com/johnnyultra
December 10, 2009
Lt. JC Stone 50K
March 20, 2010
Check out the site and come for a fun 50k run in Pittsburgh PA.
50km disabled on crutches
November 21, 2009
A Christchurch New Zealand Guy with Cerebral Palsy needing crutches to walk / balance has completed running 50kms in 10:43:25 secs
Any other known, Found previous 42.2km (marathoners) on crutches but not above
October 25, 2009
Je suis à la recherche d’un moyen de communiquer avec quelques ultrafondeurs russes pour les 48 Heures de Surgères. Pouvez-vous m’aider ? Merci
St. Croix Scenic 50
September 29, 2009
New ultra to put on your calendars: St. Croix Scenic 50 in the US Virgin Islands
50 MILE ULTRA
What better way to see this gem of the Caribbean than to run over a good portion of its rugged mountains and along its stunning shoreline? The course promises to be as challenging as it is beautiful. Historic sugar mills and two centuries old forts lie along this spectacular course. On clear days you can see 40 miles north to St. Thomas, St. John and the BVI’s. The St. Croix Ironman 70.3 has earned a reputation because of the Beast, and this course runs the whole spine of the Beast. It’s hot, even in January, so be prepared if you want to take on the St. Croix Scenic 50. Go to the race page at http://www.stcroix50.com – Hope to see you there!
August 6, 2009
Please check-out and schedule on next years’ calendar the Red Mountain 50k. Run in Scenic Southwestern Utah, as always promising moderate temps, and beautiful scenery. Next years date is April 24th, 2010. For more info check the site, http://www.redmountain50k.com Hope to See you there!!!!
August 5, 2009
July 11, 2009
David Horton is on the Colorado Trail going for a new speed record. Today is day 7 of 9. He’s on track and feeling good
June 22, 2009
The web site for the San Diego 100 Mile Endurance Run has moved to:
Please update your link information.
running for charity Epilepsy Qld Australia
May 30, 2009
keep going Deb, big effort to get around Australia for a good cause. inspiring stuff will help me with my ultra running for Epilepsy Qld. not at your ultra standards but will do my best in years to come to do more.
keep running. All the best
May 28, 2009
congratulations to us all! Let the fire of running keep burning all within us! Let us be more passionate and commited to become the best us! Thank yoU! from: runnerinsight.com
May 19, 2009
Sorry for the lack of contact i have struggled with depression, something i have battled all my life.
A a result of this i have agreed and want to do a run for mental health, i can hear the chuckles, sorry thats the black Dog.
As you know i undertook a walk from Nottingham UK to lands end.Then across Then across the USA by highway 50. Then Canberra to Brisbane Australia.
Well all going well starting July the 1st 2010 i will set off to run from the top of New Zealand to the southerly tip, then fly to the states and follow highway 50 west to east.The next leg will see me do Lands end to John a Groats with the last leg from Sydney to Port Douglas.
This to help suffers of mental health i have a adopted som Mathew who has cerebal Palsey and is Bi Polar, Plus my step daughter hasa drug problem relatedi believe to unresolved grief leading to Depression.
So guys any help or advise is welcome since we last spoke i have progressed from a 2km jog to a 10 km semi run blocks of houses the rest crossing the road at the junction.
Do we know anyone who can help with a web site
I envisage selling my soon to be self published Book “A Walk with the Black Dog.”
Regards Nigel Reed
May 16, 2009
hi, I repeat here (below) the same message I’ve put in the video section.
to be clear: I have no interest with the mobvie, but I have great admiration for this great athlet and man and I would like to share this videos with you. bye, andrea
Hi guys, a suggestion for all the endurance runners in the U.S.
Do you know Marco Olmo?
he’s something like a legend in italy.
At 58 and 59 years old, he has won two edition of the Ultra trail du Mont Blanc, 165 km (something more than 100 miles) and about 22 hours to run,defeating champions like Dean Karnazes or Scott Jurek.
Now someone in italy is making a film about him
Have a look here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oiwpt6K_1Co
or here: http://www.unpassodopolaltro.it
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