UltraRunning

  • SumoMe

Ultrarunning is a hobby of mine, which can technically be defined as running a race longer than a typical 26.2 mile marathon. While running any ultramarathon is tough, if you train smart, they can be a lot of fun. Nothing feels better than running the last 5 miles of an ultramarathon – its a combination of the pain that you go through followed by the joy of finishing something that takes determination, or something along those lines.

I have always told myself that I need to come up with a list of marathons and ultramarathons that I have run to date before I begin to lose count, so here goes nothing:

Starr Mountain Wilderness Run 50K – 6/12/2004 – 7:16:52
Great Eastern Endurance Run 50K – 9/4/2004 – 7:25:28
Stump Jump 50K – 10/9/2004 – 8:30:13
Silver Comet 50K – 2/19/2005 – 4:52:02
Oak Mountain 50K – 3/19/2005 – 6:20:40
Ouachita Trail 50 Miler – 4/16/2005 – 12:32:14
Strolling Jim 40 Miler – 5/7/2005 – 6:57:58
Great Eastern Endurance Run 100K – 9/17/2005 – 16:42:11
Walt Disney World Marathon – 1/8/2006 – 3:39:29
Mount Cheaha 50K – 2/25/2006 – 6:47:48
Darkside 8 hour – 4/1/2006 – 44.29 miles
Moonlight Boogie Marathon – 6/17/2006 – 3:49:47
Great Eastern Endurance Run 50K – 9/23/2006 – 6:08:32
Mountain Masochist 50 Miler – 11/4/2006 – 10:24:35
Myrtle Beach Marathon – 2/17/2007- 3:47:25
Snickers Albany Marathon – 3/3/2007 – 3:08:58
Sweetwater 50K (sweep) – 4/14/2007 – 9:23:13
Twisted Ankle Marathon – 5/19/2007 4:17:33
Rattlesnake 50K – 7/7/2007 – 4:49:55
Hot-to-Trot 8 hour – 8/4/2007 – 41.29 miles
Great Eastern Endurance Run 100K – 9/29/2007 – 15:36:39
Chickamauga Marathon – 11/10/2007 – 3:19:45
Mountain Mist 50K – 1/26/2008 – 5:16:09
ING Georgia Marathon – 3/30/2008 – 3:33:32
Logan Peak Trail Run – 6/28/2008 – 7:15:29
Speedgoat 50K – 6/30/2008 – 9:29:12
Pocatello 50M – 2 man team w/ Juan Patten – 5/28/2009 – 13:32:19
Mid Mountain Trail Marathon – 9/12/2009 – 4:03:02

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