2017/2018 Across The Years – Day 2

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Record down! Dave Proctor hit his first goal by bettering the Canadian Men’s 48 record which was previously 221.1 miles with 223 miles (unofficial) – Dave did hit the back timing mats which are officially measured to 844.75 meters from the main timing point so this is included in this calculation. Next up for Dave is the Canadian 72-hour record which has stood (this is not a type-o) since 1881! Canada seems to be one of the few record-keeping countries …

2017/2018 Across The Years – Day 1.5

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Half way through the second day. The first update, unfortunately, needs to be that Liz Bauer has ended her 6-day early with a bum ankle as she doesn’t want to do any more damage. Hope you heal quickly, Liz! That means there are some 6-day changes. Annabel Hepworth is back in the lead with 118 miles accumulated in 34 hours. Yolanda Holder has walked herself to 103 miles and will soon surpass Liz Bauer to officially take 2nd position. Edda …

2017/2018 Across The Years – Day 1

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When to catch a few minutes of shut-eye and when to give your feet a few moments off the ground becomes one of the biggest strategies during 144 hours. The first night is done and many went straight through or caught just a quick break here and there. Full results in real-time available here: http://my3.raceresult.com/88297/ So far Liz Bauer has taken zero breaks, not logging a lap longer 22:47. This has moved her into 1st place for the women 6-day’ers’ at …

2017/2018 Across the Years – The Start

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We’ve only just begun. There’s a mix of excitement, determination and patience among the competitors. All 6-day participants started at 9am this morning (December 28th) but there is also a contingent of 24, 48 and 72 hour runners.   Chavet Breslin leads the 24-hour women, about two laps behind the overall. With her December 9th 16:46:21 2nd place finish at Daytona 100 she knows she’s asking a lot of herself but she also knows the course and has been 3rd …

My Mogollon Monster 100 Experience

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The Mogollon Monster 100 is a special race for myself and Jeremy. Saturday, September 16th would be the sixth annual racing of the Mogollon Monster in Pine, Arizona and my nerves were through the roof. This time with the anticipation of toeing the line in my first 100-mile endeavor. The course has acquired a reputation of unparalleled views and incredible single track, but also unrelenting, technical trails that will beat you down everywhere you turn – and climbing – lot’s and …