Tahoe Rim Trail Speed Record Attempt – Gary Gellin

Posted by relhats in Blog, Race Preview on Jul 12, 2012 Gary Gellin

Most of you know that on August 13th I’ll be making an attempt to break the speed record on the 165 mile Tahoe Rim Trail. The current record is held by the Spanish runner Kilian Jornet with a time of 38 hours, 32 minutes. This is a time that many feel is close to unbreakable, but I have done extensive analysis, training, and logistical planning to ensure that […]

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One more day…

Posted by relhats in Blog, Race Preview on Dec 21, 2011

Sorry for the delay in getting the site and calendar launched. Something out of our control has us in a bit of a holding pattern until tomorrow. We can’t go into detail, but it could mean some interesting changes for Inside Trail and the trail running community. The site and calendar are ready to go (and if you were fast, which a few of you were, you got […]

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JFK 50 Race Preview

Posted by relhats in Blog, Race Preview, Race Profiles on Nov 16, 2011

49 years.  Other than some participants, not much is older in our sport of ultrarunning than the JFK 50 miler.  The event began as part of a series of challenges created by JFK to… well, you can read the brief history here.  The history of this race is remarkable, right down to the legends who loyally return most years for this classic, including Eric Clifton, Ed Ayres (In […]

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Dick Collins Firetrails 50 Mile Race Preview: Dave Mackey 3-peat?

Posted by relhats in Race Preview, Race Profiles on Oct 6, 2011

This week we began our look at this weekend’s upcoming events on the East Coast with our preview of the Grindstone 100 in Virginia.  Then we traveled to Moab, Utah for a preview of the inaugural running of the Slickrock 100.  Today we finish this week’s race previews in Lake Chabot, California with the Dick Collins Firetrails 50 miler.  The Firetrails 50 is a popular race that sells […]

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Grindstone 100 Race Preview

Posted by relhats in Race Preview, Race Profiles on Oct 3, 2011

Anyone who says East Coast ultras are easier than western ones hasn’t run races like Massanutten 100 or the Grindstone 100. I cut my teeth on ultrarunning in the East, running in NC, SC, VA, WV, DC, and FL and I can attest to the fact that the East offers some of the gnarliest trail and stiff climbs in the country. I wrote an article about East vs […]

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