from UltraRunnerMama I don’t have a camper van. I don’t live in the mountains. My ability to post aspirational tales about epic international travel and adventures is limited. Not only am I not a Hardrocker, or a UTMB-er, but I
from UltraRunnerMama Ultrarunners warn, Beware The Chair. When you sit down mid-race, it sure can be hard to get back up. After Saturday though, I have a new perspective. Me and the chair, it’s a love/hate thing. C&O Canal is
from Ms. Adventures of an Ultrarunner BLACK CANYON 100K – 2/18/17: I decided to go to Black Canyon to get my Western States qualifier out of the way and enjoy some nice warm weather after being in Indiana for the winter.
from UltraRunnerMama Saturday March 18, text to my coach: I’m going to pull out of Mad City. I’m not in a place mentally or physically to run a hard 100k. When running, which is normally my stress release, becomes the
from Ms. Adventures of an Ultrarunner I have run the Boston Marathon and the New York City Marathon and crowd support was crazy at those races. However, Comrades spectators take cheering to a whole new level! Comrades is not just
from Traci Falbo | Ultrarunner Hard Work Pays Off! One of my two goals for 2016 was to qualify for the 100k team. I have never been super fast and was nervous if I could get my legs spinning quick