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Hayward, WISCONSIN -- Saturday’s USATF Trail Half Marathon Championships in Hayward, Wisconsin, saw a familiar face in Joseph Gray winning his 13th national title. The 33-year-old from Colorado Springs, CO, bested a competitive field to take the win with a time of 1:10:11.

Register today to be part of an exclusive, unique “California warrior” off-road experience at Camp San Luis Obispo on March 23-24, 2018 - SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – (June 6, 2017) – Race SLO, California Central Coast’s leading endurance sports event producer, and the California Military Department have partnered to launch an initiative to bring Californians and their military together in an interactive, fun and engaging setting. For the occasion, the California Military Department Foundation and Race SLO are introducing the inaugural Warrior Trail Run Adventure set for Friday and Saturday, March 23- 24, 2018 at Camp San Luis Obispo military base.

The SLO Ultra will showcase a beautiful natural resource to runners and hikers alike for the first time on California’s incredible Central Coast - SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – (January 6, 2016) – Sponsored by HomeFed, the Official Host of the event, and in partnership with The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo, the event’s official beneficiary, the SLO Ultra will showcase a beautiful natural resource to runners and hikers alike for the first time on California’s incredible Central Coast.

A surprising new Half Dome record has been set by Dean Potter, a man not known for running. On May 3, 2015, Potter shaved 5:59 off the previous Fastest Known Time (FKT) of 2:23:51 by Kyle Williams. Dean reached the summit in 1:19 and completing the round trip back to the Valley floor in 2:17:52. Potter has held many speed climbing records in Yosemite, including The Nose of El Capitan, and now holds the prestigious Half Dome running record. He carried no food or water and wore only a pair of shorts, socks and shoes with Stealth™ sticky rubber.

Monday, 25 November 2013 21:01

New Champions Emerge at XTERRA Trail Run Worlds

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More than 2,000 runners from 12 countries and 36 states participated in the event on an “Aloha from Hawaii” postcard-type of day at Kualoa Ranch; Running USA's Nancy Hobbs wins 5K - KUALOA RANCH, Oahu, Hawaii - (November 24, 2013) - Patrick Smyth (right) found his way in the sport of trail running, and Polina Babkina found her way at Kualoa Ranch. As a result, both ran away as the new champions of the XTERRA Trail Run World Championship.