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Peter Brennen
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2016 Angeles Crest 100
I've spent a lot of time running in the past 7 years.  I started with triathlons in college, left behind the biking and swimming for running on the road, and progressed to the marathon distance on-road before moving into trail and eventually ultramarathon r...

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Went and had a go at the Zion 100 on April 8th!

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Race Report: Zion 100 2016 - Quick and Dirty Hundo Running
The terrain around the Zion 100 is beautiful! Zion 100, April 8th, 2016:  A fabulous race over incredibly beautiful, expansive sedimentary desert mesas, canyons, and washes.  It's also where I pretty much wrote the book on how not to race 100-miles.  In thi...

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Low key race for me since I already spent my endurance capital earlier this year, but wrote a race report anyway!

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Ray Miller 100k
Hooooo boy! My legs hurt and I currently walk like a stick man. I recently took on the Ray Miller 100k 2 weeks after running 100 self-supported miles in Yosemite because I wanted to see the course and experience the race that everyone who had raced the 50-m...

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Well...here it is.  I finished the run report for my first successful shot at the Yosemite Snake Pit 100.  It was a hell of a run and a hell of an experience; It was both mentally and physically the hardest thing that I have ever done.  Enjoy!

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Race Report from the Wasatch Front 100 this past weekend.  Woof. It was a tough one.

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Wasatch Sasquatch: The Ogre Runs Wasatch Front 100
"Whoa.  What a day."  That's all I could text to my running buddies back home when I got my phone out after finishing the Wasatch Front 100 this past weekend.  It had been one hell of a day where I worked harder, for longer, than I ever had in any race. The...

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Running and Team
My friend Luis Escobar says that running 100-miles is a team sport: the runner is supported by a crew that takes care of nutrition, tends to injuries, and does their best to ensure the success of their runner.  Excepting the solo 100-milers, racing takes a ...

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Had a shot at running 100 miles, self-supported, through Yosemite National Park this past weekend.  Needless to say, with the advent of recent snow, adventure ensued.  Enjoy!
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