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Exploring New Challenges with a Playful Spirit – 2014 Texas Trail Series Ultra Women’s Champ – A Chat with Lise Plantier

“I am always happy to wake up on the weekend and get out on the trail.” – Lise Plantier In the last race of the 2014 Texas Trail Series, Lise Plantier of Texas, earned the Women’s Ultra division win! Lise put together seven top series race finishes including the 100 mile win at Cactus Rose last […]

2014 Western States 100 TALON Tribe Wrap-up and Reflections

It was a memory collecting Western States 100 weekend for our 17 TALON (TX, AR, LA, OK, NM) athletes as they traversed along this historic 100.2 mile course from Squaw Valley to Auburn, California. Our tribe covered the ages between 30 to 55 with all regional states but Louisiana represented. Texan, Paul Terranova, led our […]

2014 Western States 100: Taper Chat with the Texas Dirty Dozen

Enjoy our pre-race Western States 100 chat with many of the Dirty Dozen from Texas! Texas Juan Escobar #173

2014 Western States 100: Taper Chat with Shannon McFarland, Ryan Holler, and Jeremy Day of Arkansas

Enjoy our pre-race elevate the legs Western States 100 chat with Shannon McFarland, Ryan Holler, and Jeremy Day of Arkansas! Arkansas Shannon McFarland #221 How has trail running impacted/enhanced your life? Trail running has enhanced my life in a few different ways. I appreciate the outdoors much more than I ever had before, previously I […]

2014 Western States 100: Taper Chat with Danny Ponder of Oklahoma

Enjoy our pre-race elevate the legs Western States 100 chat with Danny Ponder of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Danny Ponder #308

2014 Western States 100 – Taper Chat with Steve Grossman of New Mexico

This weekend is the highly buzzed dirty trail run from Squaw Valley, California, to the track finish line in Auburn – the Western States 100. A passionate group of folks comes together as a community to crew, support, volunteer, or wear the highly coveted bib. Fast feet, courage, determination, and compassion will be displayed in […]

Finding Personal Peace, Community, and a Post Oak Double: A Chat with Shannon McFarland of Arkansas

“At the end of the day, you get to spend time with people you want to spend time with.” Shannon McFarland of Arkansas took on the Post Oak Challenge in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he dashed off a trail 50km on Saturday and a trail/road marathon on Sunday! Sounds like a dandy weekend of dirt and […]