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Scott Dunlap
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Trail runner, tech exec, entrepreneur.
Trail runner, tech exec, entrepreneur.

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Victory at the 2018 San Francisco Double Marathon
Last Saturday, I had the great pleasure of joining ~100 ultrarunners for the two-sided fun of the 2018 San Francisco Double Marathon . I say “two sided” because this race has a unique way of showing you two completely different views of this great city whil...
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A Day at Mt. Fuji
Halfway through my family vacation in Japan this June, we had the opportunity to experience Mt. Fuji with a few days in the Fuji Five Lakes area. Such a magical place! Here are is a quick photo montage in case you are interested. (We arrived in June, the ta...
A Day at Mt. Fuji
A Day at Mt. Fuji
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Full Circle at the 2018 Quicksilver 100k
3am has a special stillness in the mountains. It's as if the earth itself takes a breather from its perpetual spin to float in the dark expanse, and as gravity eases for just a moment, we all get a bit closer to the cosmos above. I had forgotten what that f...
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Can you improve your marathon PR with a course that has 5,100’ of net vertical descent? Perhaps finally nab that elusive Boston Qualifier (BQ) time? Or does the promise of going fast down a hill for hours simply end in a quad-killing DNF? That’s the challen...
A Trail Runner's Blog
A Trail Runner's Blog
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The Wet and Wild 2018 Boston Marathon
Courage in the face of great odds. Triumph over adversity. When the prepared overcome the unexpected. When we, the endurance warriors, toe the line at a race, this is the shared and unspoken dream we hope unfolds. We don’t train so it all goes easily; we tr...
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Feel Lucky, Punk? Good Times at the Baytrailrunners Whistle Punk Half (Feb '18)
Last Sunday, Race Director Robert Rhodes and the Baytrailrunners Crew hosted their 7th Whistle Punk Half , a trail half marathon through the gorgeous (and steep!) Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve near my home in Woodside, CA. It was a beautiful d...
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Tips on Downhill Running From Top Ultramarathon Coaches
Downhill running is a critical skill for ultramarathons. Although most runners focus their training on the more strenuous uphill sections, it's the downhill that is often the difference between a new PR or collapsing in a quad-crushed blob along the course....
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A Trail Runner's Blog Logos
Just trying out some new logos!
A Trail Runner's Blog Logos
A Trail Runner's Blog Logos
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Planning My 2018 Season, Old Guy Style
Somewhere in 2017, I think I officially became an “old guy” of trail and ultra running. The online odometers hit new digits, with my Ultrasignup profile hitting 100 races , and Strava ticking past 10,000 miles. Instagram photos are proof that my salt and pe...
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Eyes Wide Open at the 2018 Spring Hill Marathon
“I come to places like this to avoid people like you.”  That was the opening line of this giant of a man, fully clad in motorcycle leathers, as he approached my table at a honky tonk biker bar in the rural everglades of Spring Hill, FL. He was correct that ...
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