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Scott Jurek

by on Feb.04, 2014, under Running

cmr2Scott Jurek is a true legend of Ultramarathoning. He came on to chat about his amazing career, where he won the Western States 100 seven times in a row and Badwater twice. As he heads into the 20th and final year of racing at the highest level, it was great to catch up.

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Nickademus Hollon

by on Apr.10, 2013, under Archive, Running

Nickademus Hollon is 22 years old and just won The Barkley Marathons, where there were only two finishers out of 40 starters. The event starts when the race director lights up a cigarette, the participants are given an hour notice of the official start, you can’t survive without a map and compass, and there is a downhill on an 85% grade where you have two options: You can take Danger Dave Down or Pussy Ridge. Nickademus gave us some awesome insight into what just might be the toughest event anywhere.

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David Goggins

by on Jan.24, 2013, under Archive, Ironman, Running

Navy SEAL David Goggins did 4,025 pull ups in 17 hours on Saturday January 19th. He came on to go through the world record and his other amazing accomplishments. The guy is off the charts hilarious.

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Dean Karnazes

by on Jul.24, 2012, under Archive, Running

The Ultramarathon Man, Dean Karnazes, came on with us the night before his tenth Badwater Ultramarathon. LOVE his comments on our need to get outside our comfort zone and test ourselves. The man, as always, was spot on.

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Scott Jurek

by on Jul.24, 2012, under Archive, Running

Scott Jurek is the seven-time winner of the Western States 100, the two-time winner of Badwater, and he just may be the best ultra-marathoner in history.

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Tyler Stewart

by on Jun.19, 2012, under Archive, Running

Tyler Stewart has made the move from professional triathlete to ultrarunner and will be attempting her first Western States 100 next weekend. She is an Ironman champion who gave up a sport with prize money and sponsorship for the pure love of the trails. The big question, of course, is why.

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Dean Karnazes

by on Mar.21, 2012, under Archive, Running

Dean Karnazes is one of our all time favorite guests. He came on to chat about his plans to run a marathon in all of the countries of the world in 2013 and how much he loves creating his running adventures.

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Heather Fuhr

by on Jan.19, 2011, under Archive, Ironman, Running

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Heather Fuhr has won 25 Ironman titles around the world and the 1997 Ironman World Championship. So what does she do for fun nowadays? She ‘dabbles’ in trail running… and she’s a helluva dabbler. She won the Catalina Marathon back in March and broke the women’s course record, in December she  finished second overall at the Ridgecrest 50K and broke the course record that was set by the legendary Ann Trason. On January 15th she stepped up to the Catalina 50 Miler and once again finished second overall and shattered the course record.

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