Race Summary for Stage 6 HERE
Day 6 #ETR2014
On paper, today’s stage of the Everest Trail Race was mostly downhill with 3183m of descent in comparison to 2105m of ascent over the 29.5km course. Don’t be fooled though, it was a tough day. The terrain is relentlessly tough and technical and the altitude burns the lungs.
Leaving Tengboche the race retraces stage-5 to Phakding and then branches left up to the race finish in Lukla. It’s a course with stunning views and vistas and Namche Bazar is impressive when looked upon with a bird’s eye view. Surrounded by beautiful white peaks it would be easy to be tempted to stop and just look in wonder at the awesome arena the Himalayas create. Behind the runners, Everest, Lohtse and Ama Dablam slowly but surely disappear from view with every step to Lukla, a sure sign that the 2014 ETR is drawing to a conclusion.
Samir Temang and Phudorje Lama Sherpa really put the pressure on early in the stage reaching Khumjung in just 45-mins. From here they pushed on together through Namche Bazar, Monjo, Phakding, Cheplung and they crossed the line together in just 3-hours 20-minutes. A crazy time for the course and one that confirmed Samir as the 2014 Everest Trail Race champion. Zigor Iturrieta found his legs again today and finished 3rd on the stage and 3rd overall.
Anna Comet looked to take things a little more relaxed today secure in the knowledge that barring some disaster the ladies overall title was secure. Equally, Kerry Sutton decided to enjoy the final day and ran with 3rd place lady, Yangdi Lama Sherpa. Post race Kerry said, ‘I really enjoyed today and it was nice to look around and enjoy the surroundings.’
James Eacott placed 4th overall in the men’s race and he said that the ETR was one race that he would definitely come back to do again.
Samir Temsang and Anna Comet are crowned the 2014 ETR champions but all credit goes to each and every finisher. At 100-miles, this race may not be the longest but it is surely one of the toughest! The combination of tough technical terrain, relentless climbing and descending and of course altitude, all combine to make the ETR a race to do!
Results top-3 *times to follow
- Samir Temsang
- Phudorje Lama Sherpa
- Zigor Iturrieta
- Anna Comet
- Kerry Sutton
- Yangdi Lama Sherpa
OVERALL RESULTS *times to follow
- Samir Temsang
- Phudorje Lama Sherpa
- Zigor Iturrieta
- Anna Comet
- Kerry Sutton
- Yangdi Lama Sherpa
Day 5 #ETR2014
Many say that the 16km route from Phakding to Tengboche is one of the most beautiful trails in the world. The view of the Himalayan peaks is beyond mind blowing. Especially when you arrive at the summit an Everest, Lohtse and Ama Dablam await. It’s quite the picture postcard.
However, to take in this spectacle a journey of 16km and 2124m of positive incline waits. It doesn’t sound too much does it? However, many runners crossed the line saying, ‘that was a seriously tough day!’
Departing Phakding (2700m), Namche Bazar (3600m) is the first port of call then Kumjung and Cp2 and Phungi Tenga (3300m) before the tough and steep ascent to Tengboche at 3900m.
Samir Temsang and Phudorje Lama Sherpa once again ran like demons and ran the course in a super impressive 2:51. Samir once again pipped Phudorje for the tape and a couple of seconds. James Eacott from the UK ran a great race and looked really strong to place 3rd on the stage from Zigor Iturrieta who struggled in the closing kilometres.
Anna Comet made a clean sweep of 5-stages and 5-wins and Kerry Sutton despite a sprained ankle once again placed 2nd to secure her overall 2nd lady ranking. Yangdi Lama Sherpa repeated her consistent 3rd-place for every stage.
The finish line at Tengboche is arguably one of THE most amazing finishing lines of any race and this was reflected in some of the emotions shown as runners crossed the line today. However, a tough 30km from Tengboche back to Lukla awaits each and every runner on day-6 of the Everest Trail Race.
I’m pretty sure a few cold beers may well be enjoyed in Lukla tomorrow evening… believe me; they have been earned! The ETR may well ‘only’ be 100-miles but they are some of the toughest and most challenging miles available. The ETR is without doubt a bucket list race.
Results top-3 times to follow
- Samir Temsang
- Phudorje Lama Sherpa
- James Eacott
- Anna Comet
- Kerry Sutton
- Yangdi Lama Sherpa
RACE SUMMARY HERE
Results top-3 stage 2
- Samir Temsang 4:14:06
- Phudorje Lama Sherpa 4:14:12
- Zigor Iturrieta 4:31:05
- Anna Comet 5:01:46
- Kerry Sutton 6:10:00
- Yangdi Lama Sherpa tbc
Departing in five 16-seater mini buses, participants of the Everest Trail Race made the long, twisty and at times stressful journey from Kathmandu to Jiri for the start of the 2014 edition. It’s a rollercoaster journey up single -rack roads, a frenetic and constant beeping of horns and a multitude of bends that would leave the most hardened rollercoaster freak with a turning tummy.
Our lunch stop at Karidunga was a welcome break from the journey. While runners found a space and enjoyed the view of the Himalayas, off into the distance I walked looking for some local colour. You never have to go far, Ladies working in fields, men weaving basket wear and children playing; all have wonderful smiles.
They seem to embrace tourists and actually seem to enjoy the process of having a photo taken. Off course it’s all the more appealing if they receive a ‘token’ for their efforts…
Weathered faces show the lines from years of toil from harvesting crops. Children have round faces, wonderful colour and piercing eyes and a cheeky smile. In all honesty, I could photograph these people all day. They fascinate me.
Back on the buss the toing and froing continued and finally our arrival at Jiri came. We had been on the road 8-hours and the glow of our yellow TNF tents glowing as the day began to loose its light was more than a welcome sight.
Water collection, tent allocation and final preparations underway for tomorrows race day. A mug of hot tea warms as the departing of the sun takes the heat away and the temperature slowly drops… little by little venturing to zero and then suddenly it drops below. ‘Don’t worry’ Pasang Sherpa says, ‘it will only be -3 tonight.’
Day 1 commences at 0900 Thursday 13th November.
Jiri (1850m) to Bhandar (2050m) – 21.5km 3795m+
The stage has two summits, one at 2400m and the high point of the day at Deurali Pass 2700m before descending to the finish at Bhandar.
Day 2 Preview:
I am very honoured and flattered to be interviewed by corredordemontana.com in an article titled - Ian Corless: El fotógrafo de Skyrunning.
You can read the full interview in Spanish HERE
For my English speaking friends and followers. Here is a transcript in English.
Tells us about how you got involved with Skyrunning reporting
I was invited to Transvulcania La Palma in 2012. The ISF (International Skyrunning Federation) invited media specialists from all over the world to witness what turned out to be a turning point for Skyrunning. It was a key moment. World-class athletes travelled from all over the world and in doing so created what turned out to be a classic race. It elevated Skyrunning to a new level and certainly placed Transvulcania on the ‘to do’ list of many runners.
How long have you been at it now?
I started to work with the ISF as a media partner after Transvulcania in 2012. I went to Zegama-Aizkorri and then followed this by attending many (but not all) Skyrunner® World Series events in 2012. In 2013 I attended most races on the calendar. As you know, the Skyrunner® World Series is made up of five races in each of the categories – VK, SKY and ULTRA. In 2014 I continued this format working on pretty much the whole calendar with the exception of the two races in the USA.
What exactly do you do? Does it take up all your time or do you combine your Skyrunning photography with other jobs?
I work freelance in the world of ultra, mountain and trail running. I work on many other projects and not just Skyrunning. For example in 2014 I worked on The Coastal Challenge in Costa Rica, Marathon des Sables in Morocco and this month I go to Nepal for Everest Trail Race and then South Africa for the Salomon SkyRun. I have a very busy calendar and at my last count, I will have worked on thirty-one races in 2014. Depending on what my clients require will very much depend on what services I provide, however, it usually consists of writing and photography to help promote a race and provide feedback for the ultra, trail and mountain running community worldwide. In addition to all this, I have my podcast, Talk Ultra which is available every two weeks for free on iTunes and via my website.
Your opinion of the state of Skyrunning in 2014 and how things might develop next season
Skyrunning has grown incredibly over the past few years. We have all witnessed the boom! The vision of Lauri van Houten and Marino Giacometti is certainly coming to fruition. They had a vision of what Skyrunning may be… risks taken in 2012 at Transvulcania have paid off. However, many forget that Skyrunning dates back to 1989 when Giacometti first ascended the Monte Rosa. I most definitely believe they were ahead of the time. We are all just catching up… I also believe that Kilian Jornet has been an incredible vehicle for the sport, His rise and dominance has coincided with the growth in Skyrunning.
You will notice that the 2015 Skyrunning calendar has recently been announced and we see some changes. In addition the Skyrunner® World Series we now have the Continental Series. This shows how the sport is growing and how the ISF needs to appeal to a worldwide audience. It’s very exciting.
Any amazing anecdotes to tell from last season?
I am very fortunate to spend a great deal of time working with, photographing and talking to some of the best athletes in the world. I truly feel blessed. I have so many great memories and moments. If I had to pick one surreal moment, I think back to Matterhorn Ultraks. Kilian Jornet didn’t run the race but decided to take photographs and support his Salomon teammates. I had climbed just over 1000m vertical to get to a location that would allow me to photograph runners as they came to me with the Matterhorn in the background. I waited for hours, photographed all the front-runners and I was about to make my way down the long descent to make my way to the finish when I received a text from Kilian asking:
‘Are you making your way down?’
I replied, ‘yes!’
‘I will wait for you,’ Kilian said.
I added my cameras to my large pack (it weighs about 10-12kg) and then I made my way to the long and technical descent. After 10-minutes or so, I saw Kilian waiting. We then ran all the way down to the finish… it was ridiculous. I was following the best mountain runner and definitely the best downhill runner in the world with a huge pack and trying to keep up. However, Kilian was extremely kind and ran well within himself. I however was at my limit! But to follow and see his ability first hand was a highlight of the year.
Do you plan to be present at all ISF race events next season?
The calendar for 2015 is larger as we now have the World Series and the Continental Series, so, it will not be possible to attend all events. However, I will hopefully attending as many as possible and following the series as it unfolds.
How do the logistics work out when you travel to new race locations & have to discover where you need to be for your photos?
It is all about preparation. I usually arrive at a race venue two days before the race. I do my research. I look at maps, talk to staff and race officials and then I plan where I want to be to capture the best images. Longer races are easier as they allow me more flexibility. By contrast, a race like Limone Extreme is just over 2-hours from start to the first finisher, so you need to be 100% prepared. A real plus is that I am able to fulfill my passions for the sport in photography, words and podcasting but also get some exercise. I usually have to climb or hike to many of the locations I work from. Occasionally we are spoilt with a helicopter but that does not happen very often! Trofeo Kima is a perfect example where myself and other photographers/ cameramen are transported all over the course by helicopter. Kima or me is still a favourite race, it is so extreme and visually stunning.
Do you always find the right place to get decent pictures at races? Does it ever not quite work out?
Yes, I always ensure that I am in the correct place. That is my job. However, I may not always get ‘the’ image I want. It is what is so great about our sport and what I do. Nothing is guaranteed and I work on adrenaline to help me maximize my potential.
Tell us about your unfortunate “incident” at the Transvulcania 2014.
2014 has been an interesting year with a couple of incidents that I hope don’t happen again…
In May at Transvulcania La Palma I had photographed the race start and then I was making my way to the mountains to a location I had found to photograph the front-runners. On the coastal road I felt my car twitch and then I lost control. I veered to the right and lost control. A huge concrete block stopped me going over the edge. I was not going too fast but the car was completely written off. I jumped out of the car with no personal damage. I was so lucky! My first priority was that I needed to get to the mountains…
Later in the year I had a second incident. I was in Barcelona transferring to go to a race in Catalonia. I was at a restaurant and I had ALL my camera equipment and computer stolen. It was horrendous as you can imagine. My whole life in my bag: gone! It was a pretty tough two weeks that followed and my insurance only covered two thirds of the cost of all the stolen items. However, I managed to replace everything.
“Ascending Scafell before the detour, runners mentioned torrents of water that at times reached waist height in depth”
Read my article on the 3×3 80km on RUNULTRA
The 2015 multi-day The Coastal Challenge gets underway in less than 3-months. Runners from all over the world will arrive in San Jose in preparation for the journey down to the coast to Quepos and the 11th edition of the “TCC.”
After a stellar line-up for the 10th edition, Rodrigo Carazo and the TCC team have once again excelled in providing a top quality elite line up making TCC arguably one of the ‘must-do’ multiple day stage races in the world.
Come race day, elite runners will toe the line in Quepos with everyday runners, with one purpose in mind, to embrace an ultimate challenge in the remarkable Talamancas.
Unlike other multi day races, the TCC is supported. Each day camp is moved ahead and awaits the runner’s arrival at the finish. Running light and fast, runners are able to keep equipment to a minimum and as such, racing is extremely competitive. The 2015 edition of the race is proving to be extremely exciting, particularly when one looks at the line up of runners.
Heading up the ladies field is a trio of hot talent that will without doubt make the race one to remember.
KIMBALL – FROST – GASH
Nikki Kimball is a legend of female ultra running. A multiple winner of the iconic Western States her palmares are longer than my arm… just this year, Nikki won Run Rabbit Run 100 and the 29th Marathon des Sables. Nikki’s presence in Costa Rica is a defining moment for the TCC. It is a confirmation of the credibility of the race and Nikki’s years of experience will be something to embrace, not only for the other runners but all those involved in the experience.
‘I loved MDS and am excited to add TCC to my stage racing experience. I’ve run MDS, Transrockies (3 times), Jungle Marathon and each was very special in its own way. Each experience will help me in my preparation for TCC. Transrockies, like TCC, transported runner gear and set up their tents, which gives me a sense of racing daily with the speed allowed by running without gear. The Jungle Marathon exposed me to rain forest and the accompanying heat and humidity. And MDS gives me a more recent experience of racing in extreme conditions against great competition. I absolutely loved, though occasionally hated, each event. As for direct comparison with MDS, a few points are obvious: I will be exchanging dry oppressive heat, for humid oppressive heat; varied types of sandy surfaces for wet and rocky footing; desert vistas for close forests and ocean views; and nearly full self sufficiency for the relative luxury of camps with food and sleeping supplies I do not need to carry. I recommend MDS very highly to fellow runners, and believe I will finish TCC similarly impressed.’
Running without a pack and all the weight, do you think it will be a fast race?
‘I actually love the challenge of carrying my entire kit for MDS, but am looking forward to the freedom from gear that TCC will give. Yes, the running is much faster without a heavy pack, and TCC will be very fast in places. Hopefully the technical elements will slow the pace down a bit, as I run more on strength, endurance and technical skill than speed. This is particularly true in the winter when nearly all my training is done on skis. I think anyone peaking her running training for TCC will be running quickly.’
How excited are you to race in Costa Rica?
‘As we said growing up in Vermont, I’m wicked psyched! Seriously, running has given me access to parts of the world I would never otherwise see. And I’ve run in Mexico and South America, but never run between the two. I feel I gain so much from playing with other languages, exploring other cultures and environments, and bonding with runners throughout the world. I cannot wait, not only to run in Costa Rica, but to spend a few days before the event picking up a few more Spanish phrases, meeting local people and splashing in the water while knowing that my friends at home are playing on top of a much colder form of water.’
You will be racing against Anna Frost and Samantha Gash amongst others…. does this excite you?
‘I do not know Samantha, but I very much look forward to meeting her. And, like anyone who has spent time with Anna, I absolutely adore her. I love racing with/against anyone, and Anna is certainly a great talent. But more than that, she is a fantastic person with a depth of character that far exceeds her running achievements. I get to hang with Anna for a week, and that is always great. For that matter, every stage and ultra race I’ve been in (and over 16 years there have been many) attracts great people. From volunteers to elite athletes to less experienced racers looking to see what’s possible, the people of this sport keep me doing it. I’m excited by the top end competition and just as excited to hear stories from TCC participants I have yet to meet.’
Anna Frost arrived in Costa Rica for the 10th edition but unfortunately couldn’t race due to an injury set back which was really disappointing for the New Zealander. However, Costa Rica was a cathartic process… Frosty followed up her TCC experience with victory and a course record at Transvulcania La Palma, Speedgoat 50k and Bear 100.
‘I gained so much energy and pleasure out of just being in Costa Rica that I came home almost injury free. I cant wait to get back to explore further and see all of the course. The atmosphere is so much fun, great food, wonderful campsites, beautiful beaches and rain forests and HOT weather! IM SO EXCITED!’
The Coastal Challenge is a supported multi-day race and therefore allows runners to run fast and free. Looking at the quality of the ladies field, I asked Frosty about the 2015 race and if she expected it to be fast?
‘There are a lot of fast trails and dirt roads, long flat beach sections and smooth trails. But in between that there is hard, steep, trail-less, muddy, rain forest covered dirt, spiders, noises? and more to keep the challenge high. But luckily the race has many aid stations so you don’t need to carry too much which means you can move as fast as possible through all of that!’
Nikki Kimball has won MDS and WSER and Sam Gash has just run for 1-month all over South Africa, two real solid runners. How excited are you to test yourself over the multi-day format against these ladies?
‘It will be fantastic to share this race with them. They are both super strong girls and also great friends, so it is going to be so much FUN!’
You ran your first 100-miler recently, do you think that will be a benefit in Costa Rica?
‘Definitely. With each race I undertake I am beginning to understand more about myself, my limits, and what challenges me. This process allows me new ways to overcome obstacles. It will be good to put what I have learnt in practice.’
‘Visiting Costa Rica again. The people and places we see along the way are wonderful! And being able to share that with all the other runners in the Coastal Challenge is so awesome!’
Samantha Gash is the youngest lady to ever complete ‘The Four Deserts’ and was one of the featured runners in the film, ‘The Desert Runners.’ Just last week, Sam has completed an epic journey…
‘Oh boy I have just been on an adventure of a lifetime, one that took me close to 2 years to prepare for. I ran with Mimi Anderson from the UK and side-by-side we ran an ultra every day for 32-days through some pretty challenging terrain. Our run focused on supporting a South African based initiative, so it was pretty special to run through some incredibly remote & rural locations.’
‘It was great preparation for Costa Rica in the sense that a multi day format suits me. However my run along South Africa was an expedition not a race, so the pace was very different. It’s been less than a week since I’ve finished the biggest physical & mental challenge of my life so I’m looking forward to letting both recover for the month of November. Come December I will evaluate how my body is going & hopefully begin to train for the Coastal Challenge. Once I start training again I will need to put my legs through some serious speed work.’
Kimball and Frost need no introduction. Are you looking forward to racing them?
‘Geez these ladies are of a different caliber to me and I predict they will place at the top of field outright. I’ve met Anna a couple of times so I’m looking forward to catching up again & meeting Nikki too. Just to race with them both will be an absolute pleasure; they have had incredible years. Great to see Anna dominate in her first 100-miler; I had no doubt she would also excel over that distance.’
I recently watched ‘The Desert Runners’ again and I must say I love the film and the experiences that you all had, how significant was that process for you?
‘When I did the 4 deserts it was my first experience to ultra running. I fondly look back on that year (2010) as it started my passion into a sport & lifestyle I never really knew existed. What I love about multi stage racing is the relationships you develop with other competitors & volunteers over the duration. Of course there are moments when you are intensely racing but then there are other moments where you are relaxed and are enjoying banter with people you’ve just met. Some of the closest people in my life are people I’ve met in these types of races. I also like the build up you can have over the days. I tend to start a touch more conservatively to let my body adapt and then work into the longer stages.’
You have been fortunate to travel with racing. Costa Rica will be a new experience for you, are you excited?
‘The setting for the race looks spectacular and Rodrigo seems like a top-notch race director. I am also drawn to the race because it offers variety in terrain – mountains, river crossing, single track, rock and glorious beaches.’
Would you like to join these incredible ladies in Costa Rica?
Entries are open in the UK HERE
or HERE for outside the UK.
You can view images from previous editions HERE
And race day reports from 2014 and 2013 HERE
This is episode 73 of Talk Ultra and on this weeks show we speak with Skyrunner World Series Champ and Mourne Skyline winner, Stevie Kremer. Kim Collison tells us all about his running and his great 2014 season. Landie Greyling discusses running in South Africa and the up and coming Salomon SkyRun. In Talk Training it is episode 3 of our navigation special with Charlie Sproson, the News, a Blog, Up & Coming races and Speedgoat Karl talks busting quads.
Mourne Skyline MTR
- Stevie Kremer 4:24.2 (10th overall)
- Jo Meek 4:30.3
- Diane Wilson 4:45.4
- Sharon Trimble 5:02.1
- Shileen O’Kane 5:03.1
- Kim Collison 3:57.0
- Eoin Lennon 3:59.4
- J Marshall Thomson 4:08.3
- Ally Beaven 4:12.0
- David Steele 4:15.0
INTERVIEW with Kim Collison
Raid de la Reunion
- Francois D’Haene 24:25:02
- Ludovic Pommeret 25:55:26
- Aurelien Collet 27:24:53
- Gediminus Grinius 27:25:13
- Javier Dominguez 28:23:43
- Nathalie Mauclair 31:27:28
- Juliette Blanchet 34:17:54
- Uxue Fraile 34:18:02
- Christine Benard 35:45:21
- Melanie Rousset 36:28:49
Benoit Cori 6:36:49
Sylvain Court 6:39:15
Alex Nichols 6:43:14
Sage Canaday 6:45:00
Zach Miller 6:51:01
Nuria Picas 7:51:46
Juliette Benedicto 8:00:33
Magdalena Boulet 8:02:40
Maud Gobert 8:20:18
Aliza Lapierre 8:20:35
Holly Rush 6th
#GirlwhatCycles Niandi Carmont tells us all about her new journey in #CyclingforRunners @girlwhatcycles - HERE
GOOD, BAD & UGLY
TALK TRAINING – Navigation part 3 with Charlie Sproson
New South Wales
Carcoar Cup Ultra Marathon | 60 kilometers | November 02, 2014 | website
Blackall 100 | 100 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Blackall 100 – 50 km | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Run to Paradise Ultra Marathon | 74 kilometers | November 09, 2014 | website
Bangalore Ultra Marathon – 100 km | 100 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Bangalore Ultra Marathon – 50 km | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Bangalore Ultra Marathon – 75 km | 75 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Himalayan 100 Mile Stage Race | 100 miles | October 31, 2014 | website
Everest Trail Race | 160 kilometers | November 09, 2014 | website
Manaslu Trail Race | 212 kilometers | November 11, 2014 | website
NEPAL Action Asia 3 day ultra 100km | 100 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Nepal Action Asia Ultra 3 day marathon 60k | 60 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Solukhumbu Trail | 289 kilometers | October 31, 2014 | website
Queen Charlotte Ultramarathon / Relay | 71 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Taranaki Steelformers 100 mile Around the mountain Solo | 100 miles | November 07, 2014 | website
Taranaki Steelformers 150 km Around the mountain Running and Walking Relay | 150 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
The Taniwha – 60 km | 60 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Mondúber Utrail | 80 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Pinhoti 100 | 100 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Javelina Jundred 100 Mile Endurance Run | 100 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Almaden Hills 50K Run | 50 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Chino Hills Spring Trail Series 50K | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
CTR Lake Chabot Train Run 50 km (Nov) | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Dirty Dare Trail Run 50 km | 50 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Rio Del Lago 100K | 100 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Rio Del Lago 100M | 100 miles | November 08, 2014 | website
Rio Del Lago 50K | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Two Cities Ultra Marathon | 50 kilometers | November 02, 2014 | website
Georgia Sky to Summit 50k | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Chicago Lakefront 50K | 50 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Owen Putnam State Forest 50K | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Owen Putnam State Forest 50 Miles | 50 miles | November 08, 2014 | website
Rosaryville Veteran’s Day 50k | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Stone Cat 50 Mile | 50 miles | November 08, 2014 | website
Ozark Trail 100 Mile Endurance Run | 100 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Bootlegger 50K | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Coyote Springs 100K Trail Run | 100 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Coyote Springs 100M Trail Run | 100 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Coyote Springs 50K Trail Run | 50 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Coyote Springs 50M Trail Run | 50 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Ragnar Relay Las Vegas | 195 miles | November 07, 2014 | website
Ghost Train Ultra Race 100M | 100 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Ghost Train Ultra Race 45M | 45 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Ghost Train Ultra Race 60M | 60 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Ghost Train Ultra Race 75M | 75 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Ghost Train Ultra Race 90M | 90 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
NJ Trail Series One Day – 50K | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Mendon 50K Trail Run | 50 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Turkey & Taturs 50K Trail Race | 50 kilometers | November 02, 2014 | website
Silver Falls 50K Ultra Trail Run | 50 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Nashville Ultra Marathon 50 K Race | 50 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Nashville Ultra Marathon 50 Mile Race | 50 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Nashville Ultra Marathon 60 K Race | 60 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Nashville Ultra Marathon 70 K Race | 70 kilometers | November 01, 2014 | website
Upchuck 50K Trail Running Race | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
Mountain Masochist Trail Run | 50 miles | November 01, 2014 | website
Paris Mountain 50 Mile Ultra | 50 miles | November 08, 2014 | website
First Call 50K | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
First Call Veterans Day 50K | 50 kilometers | November 08, 2014 | website
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