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David Laney and his mustache make a powerful pair. A multiple-time all-American at SOU, he joined the Hanson’s Brooks Distance Project after serving as SOU’s assistant coach in 2011, accruing a host of impressive performances on the road and track. In 2012 he returned to Ashland to train for the Olympic marathon trials and in 2014, running 2:17:02 at the California International Marathon, earned his spot in the 2016 race. In 2015 he focused on trail racing, winning the USATF 100k trail championship; winning…
David Laney Post-2015 Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc Interview
Mont Blanc | UTMB CCC 2015 (Trailer)
So apparently @brooksrunning ushered in the carbon fiber super shoe era...in 1990😂 https://t.co/4Ugkkutnso
RT @StephenKersh: cdc announces you can still give a cat a little bit of salami, as a treat.