Episode 156 – Kelly Wolf, Brittany Peterson and Alex Kurt

Episode 156 of Talk Ultra and bringing you interviews with Kelly Wolf and Brittany Peterson who placed 3rd and 4th at Transvulcania. The Godfather of Trail, Kurt Decker, brings us a chat with Alex Kurt and Speedgoat is co-hosting.
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00:21:38 NEWS
Apology! Folks, sometimes, work, life and well ‘shit’ just gets in the way of producing a podcast. Sincere apologies that I (we) missed couple of shows…. I hope you understand why. Thanks!
MARATHON DES SABLES check out the summaries and images:
Day 1 HERE
Day 2 HERE
Day 3 HERE
Day 4 HERE
Day 5 HERE
IAU WORLDTRAIL CHAMPS
Luis Alberto did it again, 3rd time in a  row, wow! Cristofer Clemente 3rd and Tom Evans 4th – 8:38, 8:46 and 8:49.
Ragna Debats took an incredible and well deserved victory in 9:55, Laia Canes was 2nd and Claire Mougel 3rd, 10:11 and 10:15.
108km Racewas won by Hayden Hawks and Fernanda Maciel
TRANSVULCANIA
Ida Nilsson did it again ahead of Monica Comas Kelly Wolfe –  8:40, 8:46 and 8:49. For the men,  Pere Aurell Bove took a surprise win in 7:37, Dmitry Mityaevwas 2nd and Thibaut Garriver was 3rd, 7:38 and 7:42.
Transvulcania VK HERE
Transvulcania Ultra HERE
QUICKSILVER 100km
Cat Bradley and Ben Eysenbach took the Victories in. 11:15 and 9:53.
QUADROCK 50
Won by Addie Bracy in 8:51, Abby Levene and Ginna  Ellis 2nd and 3rd. Jimmy Elam 7:40, Frank Pipp was 2nd and Oliver Knauer 3rd.
MIWOK 100km
Franz van der Groen in 9:23 ahead of Chris Jackson and Misha Shemyakin Megan Arauzo 10:36 ahead of Emily Sabo and Coral Candlish-Rutherford.
WINGS  FOR LIFE
Vera Nunes ran 53.78km and Andreas Stabner ran 76.77km for the longest distances.
TRAIL MENORCA – Cami de Cavalls
Read the summary HERE
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00:37:54 Interview with KELLY WOLF
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00:59:06 Interview with BRITTANY PETERSON
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01:31:37 Interview with ALEX KURT
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UP and COMING RACES
Check out the world ultra calendar on https://marathons.ahotu.com you can do a specific search for the ultra calendar HERE
Ultramarthon calendar HERE
Race calendar forJune 2018 HERE
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02:05:31 CLOSE
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2 thoughts on “Episode 156 – Kelly Wolf, Brittany Peterson and Alex Kurt

  1. The discussion on pacers was interesting. I’m attempting my first 100 miler this autumn- one of the Centurion events. A pacer is allowed either from mile 50 or 75 for either 25 or 50 miles but at the Autumn 100 they can only pace. They cannot offer ANY kind of assistance other than running with you; they can’t even get something out of your pack for you. I like the idea of having company and support in the latter stages as I’ve no idea how I’ll be coping, but on the other hand really want that feeling of achievement having overcome the difficulties myself. It’s a tough one. I guess if the rules say you can have a pacer then it’s not an unfair advantage but my gut feeling is that is does make things a little less tough.
    There was a discussion on the BBC recently (on Night of the 10k PBs) about pacers in track athletics. Interestingly the feeling there was that pacers there make things more predictable and take out much of the racing element which is similar to what Speedgoat was saying. They were saying that rather than emphasis always being on pacers being there to help athletes break records it’s more interesting and more fun when there’s no pacing- more actual racing and tactics.

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