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Greenwood leads loaded women's field

For the first time since 2009, the Western States Endurance Run will take place on its traditional course, meaning the runners will get the full mountain experience Saturday mornin ...

Trail mix: What to eat along the way

In the second installment on Western States fueling strategies we interview Matt Keyes (MK) and Jamie Frink (JF), two WS veterans and race ringers, to determine if life follows fac ...

Yoder takes roads less travelled

Kevin Yoder built his giant, four-wheel drive machine to tackle just about any terrain, and do it faster than just about any other vehicle on the planet. He?s in Crandon, Wisc. th ...

Holden holds out hope for WS

Steve Holden draws as much inspiration from the supportive Auburn running community as he does from the epic scenery out on the trails in the region. But the real reason he is back ...

"Unbreakable" to make Squaw Valley debut "Unbreakable" to make Squaw Valley debut

Any Western States runners, fans or enthusiasts looking for a little inspiration will want to check out the Tahoe-area premiere of ?Unbreakable? later this month at the Olympic Vi ...

Gellin, Stewart take top honors at Way Too Cool

COOL — Gary Gellin had an in-depth scouting report on the top contenders and carried notes with his split times at Saturday’s Way Too Cool 50k Endurance Run. Tyler Stewart appr ...

What a run for Jenkins

LAKE OF THE PINES — Bob Jenkins swore he’d never run again when he got out of the Marine Corps more than 40 years ago. But when his wife C.J. picked up jogging as a hobby, Jenk ...

Arrabit on the run in Meadow Vista

MEADOW VISTA — John Arrabit has spent countless hours enjoying the views and enduring the steep terrain on the Sugar Pine Mountain Trail. Now he’s ready to share the hi ...

Lundy’s in it for the long haul

Kevin Lundy is worried his wife Diana will never stop running. Diana Lundy, 57 of Cool, is taking on the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run for the sixth time Saturday and has ...

Western States course taking a detour

Organizers of the Western States Endurance run figured 100 miles with more than 40,000 feet of climbing and descending in conditions ranging from cold darkness to blazing canyons w ...

Roosen relishing each run

Paul Roosen enjoys taking in the beautiful scenery and challenging himself as he hits the trail to prepare for ultramarathons. But perhaps the biggest benefit of his hobby comes wh ...

Barger blazing new trails

Dan Barger completed the Tevis Cup endurance ride nearly 30 years ago at the age of 15. He was a pacer at the Western States Endurance Run at the age of 18 and then ran the 100-mi ...

Hanson’s up for a 100-mile adventure

A quiet Saturday night in late June several years ago led Cody Hanson and his girlfriend Kristen Reichardt to the commotion at Le Febvre Stadium. The drama of the Western States En ...

Golden Eagles are ready to run

It is not generally thought of as a team sport. When we think of cross-country we tend to think more of running down dusty trails, one for all and all for one. While that philoso ...

Roes chases down his foes

There were moments Saturday when Geoff Roes couldn’t help but question the blistering pace of the leaders at the Western States Endurance Run. By Saturday evening, Roes was sett ...