Early-season ultramarathons don’t get much more unique than Moab Red Hot in Moab, Utah.
From its unusual 55-kilometer distance – a departure from the standard 50K – to its distinctly Moab slick rock terrain and surrounding views of Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, and the La Sal Mountains, Moab Red Hot presents a heavy dose of trail-running temptation.
The 10th annual event took place Feb. 13, and Mike Burnstein of Brookline, MA, was up to the challenge. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: Moab Red Hot, Febapple, and Antelope Canyon →
Rocky Raccoon has long been an attraction for both first-time 100-mile runners and veterans in pursuit of a fast time.
The 2016 event was no different, and two ultrarunners from Massachusetts were among the fastest to reach the finish line Feb. 6-7 in Huntsville, Texas. Continue reading Swenson, Bastings Rock at Rocky Raccoon →
Ultra endurance events don’t come much tougher than the Arrowhead 135, but the race through northern Minnesota during the cold of winter wasn’t too daunting to stop Michael McDuffie. Continue reading McDuffie Endures at Arrowhead 135 →
With beast in the name, it isn’t supposed to be easy.
The same goes for the winter part. Continue reading MA Runners Conquer Winter Beast →