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Female Amputee Wins 24-Hour Race, Qualifies For World Championships

Palmeiro-Winters will likely represent the US in the world championships. Amy Palmeiro-Winters, a below-the-knee leg amputee, took the

New First Lady At JFK 50 Miler

Crosby-Helms and Crowther triumph at America’s largest ultramarathon. Written by: Bryon Powell Perfect weather greeted the thousand

Course Records Tumble At Stone Cat 50 Mile

The men’s and women’s course records fall by equal amounts of a perfect day for ultrarunning. Written by: Bryon Powell Fast

Dean Karnazes Will Run Chicago…Twice!

The ultramarathon man Dean Karnazes knows a thing or two about long-distance running. After all, he’s got more ultras under his belt than

Kilian Jornet Shatters Tahoe Rim Trail Record

Young Spaniard breaks 14 year old Tahoe Rim record. Written by:  Gordon Wright Just after dusk tonight, heralded by a squadron of pacers

Missing Ultramarathoner Found In California Wilderness

Woman currently in serious condition at local hospital. Missing ultramarathoner Maria “Gina” Natera-Armenta, 34, was found in a

Runner Missing In California Wilderness

Ultramarthoner was out for a 10-hour run. Maria “Gina” Natera-Armenta, 34, and her brother-in-law, Fidel Diaz, 50 went missing

Smack From The Back: Gore-Tex Transrockies Run Day Six

The final day of the 2009 Gore-rex Transrockies Run took Thomas and Monica from Vail to the finish line in Beaver Creek, Colo. The last day

Smack From The Back: Gore-Tex Transrockies Run Day Five

Stage 5 of the GoreTex Transrockies Run to competitors 23 miles from Red Cliff to Vail and featured 4,407 feet of climbing. Written by:

Smack From The Back: Gore-Tex Transrockies Run Day Four

The “race across the top” continued through the Rocky Mountains for stage four of the race. The run took the athletes from Nova

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