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By Davy CrockettFor most elite ultrarunner, as they reach their mid-40s, their competitive years are mostly behind them. But for Ted Corbitt, his best years were still ahead of him, as he would become a national champion and set multiple American ultrarunning records. Read/Listen to Part 1 and Part 2 of Corbitt's amazing history as he became "The F…
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This week we dive right into the Hardrock 100 recap. Men’s and Women’s course records both fell. Then we go over race results from Waugoshance Trail 50K, San Lorenzo River Trail 50K, Siskiyou Out Back, Mount Hood Races which had a women’s 50 mile course record and she won the race outright, Beaverhead Endurance Runs, Queen City Trail Scramble 50k, …
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In this episode, Simon and Brian discuss their experiences with high altitude breath work training. They start by explaining the breath assessments used to determine dysfunctional breathing and carbon dioxide tolerance. They then discuss the importance of controlling the exhale during the carbon dioxide tolerance test and the role of CO2 in breathl…
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We kick today’s episode off by finishing up our Western States discussion from last week. More specifically, what the historic finisher rates are and how the data supports a higher average finisher rate as the lottery odds get less favorable. We give a shout out to a few runners who grabbed 10 year Western States buckles. Then we dive into The Moun…
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We are excited to talk with Tamira Jenlink, the Leadville Race Series Race Director about this years event and the need for changes. Leadville 100 Race Changes: A Focus on Safety and Communication (2024) This discussion dives into the 2024 Leadville 100 race updates, highlighting how they affect racers, crews, and spectators. Key Themes: Safety Fir…
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We start the show out with Johnny's public service announcement. He had quite a scare with his heart health over the weekend and wants to spread the message about the importance of getting regular checkups. Then we recap the happenings and excitement at Western States this year. We go over race results from Yeti in WA, Black Hills, Dawg Gone Long R…
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The conversation revolves around Cole Chlouber's new book, 'Grit, Guts, and Determination: My Tale of a Cowboy, 100 Miles of Dirt, and a Town So Magical, They Had to Save It'. Cole shares his motivation for writing the book, which is to tell his father's story and spread awareness of his accomplishments. The book covers his father's childhood, his …
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It's Western States week! We talk about the questionable victory at tonight's Western States beer mile. We deep dive into the Last Annual Heart of the South (LAHOTS) which is one of Laz's crazy races. We go over race results from Broken Arrow, Headwaters Trail Runs 56K, Bears Ears Ultras, Two Hearted Trail 50K, and the New River Gorge Trail Fest 50…
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Buckle Up with Simon and Brian welcomes ultra runner Anthony Lee! Anthony dives deep into his life-changing journey with the sport, including his impressive recent win at the Big Horn 100. He opens up about his early struggles and how the supportive ultra running community became his turning point. Anthony shares his training secrets, including his…
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This week Farley is on vacation in Hardrock country but was able to record on some shaky wifi. We talk about Bighorn 100. We recount Johnny’s Tahoe 200 experience before the course change and go over the race results from this year’s race. Also, a Tahoe 200 volunteer becomes an instant legend after saving a drop bag which was stolen by a bear! Some…
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By Davy CrockettAfter Ted Corbitt's disappointing 1952 Olympic marathon, he was determined to continue running. (Read Part One). His key takeaway was that he had to elevate his performance by running more often and covering greater distances. But as he continued to push his training, he experienced a series of chronic muscle strains for the next ye…
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Anthony Lorubbio from Recal Travel joins Simon and me on the show this week for the first part of a two-part series. Anthony presents the High Altitude Breathwork Training course, which Simon and I will be undertaking over a five-week period. Stay tuned for part two in five weeks to hear about our experiences with Anthony! Anthony Lorubbio, the fou…
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A lot of classic races took place over the weekend! We go over race results from San Diego 100, Comrades, Kettle Moraine, Scout Mountain, Dipsea, and the inaugural Huron 100 in Michigan. We got LazCon update as we were recording! We talk about some records including Stine Rex's 48 hour record and Sophie Power's record run around Ireland. Speaking o…
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On Friday, June 24th, the 2024 Triple Crown of 200's will begin with the Tahoe 200. This week, our special guest is someone who requires no introduction. Candice Burt is revolutionizing the ultrarunning world through the development of unique non-repetitive 200+ milers. Candice, who is known as the Queen of 200s and the founder of Destination Trail…
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We have a special guest today! Chas Adams joins us to talk about his experience at the Worlds End 100K. All three of us are baffled at the low finisher rate at Mohican 100 this year. We discuss the Damn Yeti 50 mile and 55K races. We do a deep dive into Johnny’s white whale, Old Dominion 100. Nick Coury laid down a sub 6 hour 50 miler in 105 degree…
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The conversation between Simon Guerard, Brian Passenti, and Will Frantz covers topics such as recovery, endurance training, strength training, and the importance of a well-rounded fitness routine. Will Frantz shares his expertise in strength training for endurance athletes and provides five exercises that can benefit athletes looking to improve the…
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We start off with an update on the podcast download competition. California has taken the lead! Can they hold on with 2 days left in the month? Kilian Jornet has won the Zegama trail marathon for the 11th time. We go over results from Stumptown 50K, Capital Backyard Ultra, Nanny Goat, Sugar Badger 50/50, and Fools 50K. LazCon gets new life! Spring …
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This week, we ditch the energy gels and grab a cup of inspiration with Aum Gandhi, an ultra runner on a mission to conquer the Triple Crown of 200-milers! We'll chat about his journey from the land of "after-work slump" to the world of epic trail adventures. Aum spills the beans on his training secrets (spoiler alert: it involves intention, not ins…
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By Davy CrockettTed Corbitt, known as "The Father of American Ultrarunning," was from South Carolina, Cincinnati, Ohio, and New York City. Ultrarunning has existed for more the 200 years, but with the Great Depression and World War II, it went on a long hiatus in America. Because of Corbitt’s efforts, running past the marathon distance took root in…
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We start off today's episode pretty strong by bragging about Ohio's own Doug Owsley a.k.a. Ran Cidgoat a.k.a. Rancid Goat a.k.a. The Goat, who completed every single street for Columbus, Ohio. We go over race results from several races last weekend including Massanutten, Crewel Jewel, Bryce Canyon, Silver State, Yamacraw, and the Keys Ultras. We ha…
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Bryce Thatcher, the president of UltrAspire, shares his journey of how he started the company and his passion for creating gear for ultra athletes. UltrAspire is known for its running vests, waist bags, and lighting systems. Bryce's love for mountain running and the need to carry essentials led him to create his own backpacks. He started the compan…
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Cocodona 250: A Not-So-Serious Debrief Strap on your virtual running shoes because we're diving headfirst into the Cocodona 250! This episode is all about our epic adventure across Arizona's stunning landscapes, complete with the highs, the lows, and maybe a few hallucinations (we're looking at you, Chad!). We'll chat about our original goals, the …
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This week we talk about the craziness that ensued at Cocodona 250 after our last episode. We talk about Tillamook Burn Trail Run and the power couple who won the 50 miler there. We dive into Hellbender 100 and talk about how it is well on it's way to becoming a premier 100 miler. There was a great pic of the aurora borealis at a race in Wales. We d…
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Today's show focuses mostly on what's unfolded at Cocodona 250 over the last few days. Including the exciting finish in the men's race which was not long before we recorded. First place woman should be finishing later tonight. It's truly been a fun race to follow and the livestream action has been great. We go over some race results from UR Mags Ol…
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Buckle Up with Simon and Brian: An Ultrarunning Conversation. This week we have the honor of talking with Wes Plate. Wes shares his journey into ultra running, starting from his unhealthy lifestyle and weight gain to rediscovering running and eventually falling in love with the idea of running ultras. He talks about his progression from 50Ks to lon…
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By Davy CrockettThe Astley Belt was the most sought-after trophy in ultrarunning or pedestrianism. This race series was recognized as the undisputed international six-day championship of the world. The international six-day race series was established in 1878 by Sir John Astley, a wealthy sportsman and member of the British parliament. Daniel O’Lea…
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Jam packed episode. We present a friendly little challenge to our listeners on podcast platforms. Courtney Dauwalter continues to add to her dynasty with a win at Mt. Fuji 100 over the weekend. Canyons 100K was the last Western States Golden Ticket race and the competition was strong. Also, a guy named Canyon won Canyons 100 miler. Zane Grey 50 and…
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Leanne and Nora engage in a conversation about crewing and pacing in ultra running events. They discuss their backgrounds in the sport and recent achievements. The conversation moves on to explore crewing and pacing, with the hosts questioning Leanne and Nora about the optimal crew size, potential logistical challenges, and strategies to minimize i…
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Johnny talks about his first hand experience at Forget the PR 50K over the weekend. We discuss the Hyner 50K which is a classic in PA. Costume Chick and AF Marathoner are at it again at a Yeti race in New Mexico. We talk about a crazy story from a long time ago at Marathon Des Sables. We go over the Triple Crown of Thru Hiking FKT. Where is Laz? No…
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Cocodona 250 Pre-Race Jitters: A Conversation with Brian, Simon, and Fanny Three runners, Brian, Simon, and Fanny, gear up for the grueling Cocodona 250. This podcast episode dives into their training plans, crew logistics, and the mental game needed for this ultramarathon. Training and Tactics: They discuss their training schedule, pacer strategie…
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Today we go over race results from last weekend and do a little hype for our favorite ultra Forget the PR 50K which is this weekend. We also provide as good of LazCon update as possible, not much new info out there. In addition, we discuss some new running films that have recently come out. We cover an Ian Torrence article about troubleshooting pro…
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By Davy CrockettDuring April 1879, the same month that the new American Championship Belt race was held in New York City, the second English Astley Belt race, for the “Championship of England,” was put on April 21-26, 1879, at the Agricultural Hall in Islington, London, England. While the Americans were putting up mediocre times and distances, stil…
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This week on Buckle Up with Simon and Brian: An Ultrarunning Conversation, the spotlight shifts to Coach Brian. Joined by long-time friend and guest host Leanne Evans Bauer, we delve into Coach Brian's personal journey. He opens up about his path to sobriety and the challenges he faced along the way. While this conversation may be different from ou…
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We do a deep dive into the Hardest Geezer's run from the southern most point of Africa to the Northern most point of Africa. The challenges he faced were insane! Also, we go over race results including Tara Dower's outright win at Umstead 100. In addition, we talk about the second Lazcon, Western States new anti-doping policy, and John Kelly's thou…
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Rick Prince, the creator of UESCA (United Endurance Sports Coaching Academy), joins Simon and Brian to delve into the beginnings of UESCA, the selection process for course content creators, and the ideal endurance coaching candidates. The conversation also explores the potential role of AI in the realm of online coaching. Wrapping up, they address …
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Episode discussions include: Recap of the epic year at Barkley Marathons. AJW under the radar races article about Zane Grey. Skunk Ape races in FL. Running in Crocs? Socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ultrarunning_news_network/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61555338668719 X (Twitter): https://twitter.com/ultrarunnews …
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In episode 9 of Buckle Up with Simon and Brian: An Ultrarunning Conversation, we have a chat with Hector Rodriguez. Hector encourages everyone to tackle life's challenges with ambition and determination, aiming to fill all their buckets. Hector discusses his journey into the sport, highlighting how his passion extends beyond ultra marathon training…
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By Davy CrockettNew book on Barkley historyThe Barkley Marathons course (thought to be roughly 130 miles and about 63,000 feet of elevation gain) at Frozen Head State Park was the brain child of Gary Cantrell (Lazarus Lake) and Karl Henn (Rawdawg). The idea for the race was inspired upon hearing about the 1977 escape of James Earl Ray, the assassin…
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In this episode of Buckle Up with Simon and Brian: An Ultrarunning Conversation, our guest is Jen Sommer-Dirks, the owner of Active Fueling Nutrition Coaching. Jen shares her journey of discovering her love for nutrition and explains how she organizes her work with athletes. She delves into the reasons behind common GI issues during ultra-marathons…
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Mason Boswell is our special guest on Buckle Up with Simon and Brian: An Ultrarunning Conversation. In this episode, he unveils his creative process behind the website UltraCrewHub.com. Mason discusses the inception of the site and how it fulfills a need within the Ultra community. Are you heading to a new town for an ultramarathon without any know…
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This episode starts off with a bang for two reasons. First we go over Johnny's tornado scare and also because Barkley is under way and this year is looking really promising so far. We go over race results and a cool new FKT. We go back to talking more about Barkley because Karel Sabbe's new documentary was released last week. In addition, we discus…
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Thanks for tuning in for this Bonus episode. Collin Morris and I recently had a sit-down discussion about the coaching process, insights on locating a coach, training ideas, using trekking poles, and everything related to the Leadville 100. We first met at the Leadville 100 in 2021, and we have stayed in touch since. Collin is aiming for another su…
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By Davy CrockettFrom 1875 to 1879, at least 130 six-day races were held, mostly in America and Great Britain. In 1879, the foot races became the #1 spectator sport in America. During that single year, at least 88 six-day races were held worldwide, with about 900 starters and witnessed by nearly one million spectators. Women played a significant rol…
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