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The 100 Mile March

How to quantify your goals and measure your success.

In like a lion, indeed. Here we are in March, I can hardly believe it. I have turned into one of those people who are genuinely shocked on the first of every month. 673 more words

Real Life

Some of my favourite runs

A look back at some of my favourite runs since I started my blog in 2012. A lot of the photos were taken by Kris… 727 more words

Kellythehungryrunner

How to Write an Ultra Race Report

Over the years I’ve blogged about several things, a lot about running, but also a lot about other topics in daily life (some a bit too personal and thus pinched from public view after a scant few hours).   1,565 more words

Commentary

How to be an Ultra Pacer - Part 2

“Will you please get up.  You’re embarrassing me.” 

In the intro to How to be an Ultra Pacer, we covered the wide range of emotions from ebullient anticipation, to the grinding sad reality of the lead up and preparation, to the time you finally meet your runner.   1,216 more words

Podcasts

How to be an Ultra Pacer - Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Dream pacer.  Jenn Shelton.  Photo Bad Ben’s blog

With Western States 100 approaching and Hardrock 100 just around the corner after that, you may find yourself on both sides of the rusty razor barbwire pacing fence.   614 more words

Podcasts

Mud Crew's Arc of Attrition: 100 miles of Cornish coast path

Hello everyone

Hope you’ve all been keeping well in the ridiculously long period of time since my last race recap. The end of September saw me finish my first 100 mile race- the Cotswold Century- and with me feeling unsure about doing another 100 miler. 2,488 more words

Trail Running

The 2014 Festive Season and Jan 2015

After my 44 miles I was a really happy chappy. My 2 main goals for 2014 were ticked off and I felt great. So great in fact that I decided I didn’t need much recovery time and I jumped right back in the next weekend with a 17.5 mile trot along the entire north coast with Paul Burrows, Nicola Gott and Mark Grenyer. 2,436 more words