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Humans of Ultrarunning

Aug 1, 2020

Helen Pelster is a risk-adverse adventurer and we explore her mindset, planning and execution of the 171 mile Tahoe Rim Trail Fastest Known Time (FKT) as well as discuss motherhood, mindful meditation, getting kids involved in the outdoors, gear/nutrition/water sources digging all the way into the nature of reality....


Jun 11, 2020

Kaylo Littlejohn is a Columbia graduate and getting his phD at UC Berkley in electrical engineering and computer science. He's also one of the youngest finishers of the Moab 240 (21 yrs) and Bigfoot 200 (22 yrs). Kaylo overcame a lot to be where he is today from an abusive home environment to being in special...


May 1, 2020

Charismatic and irreverent Jason Green talks about how he went from smoking and sedentary to running ultramarathons, creating a cult-- I mean running club--Yeti Trail Runners, and a successful race organization that is selling out races, creating community on the East Coast (and West), his love for inclusivity...


Apr 21, 2020

I sat down (virtually) with Courtney Dauwalter and we dug into your questions in a new and fun Q & A format. We explored topics like tapering, favorite desserts, how to get faster on the trails, my speed attempt on the Arizona Trail, how we are managing the quarantine, cancelled races and so much more! This episode...


Apr 15, 2020

Joel Rhyner is a co-founder of Run Wenatchee, an event organization and run club. He works as a Physician's Assistant in Wenatchee, WA. Joel and I talk about races and the current coronavirus outbreak. His experience in the medical field, as an event director and run club leader brings an important perspective to the...