Category Archives: Roundup

MassUltra Roundup: Moosalamoo, Beast of Burden, Volcanic 50, and E.T.

A Massachusetts duo did battle for the victory and a course record in Goshen, Vt., a Bay Stater earned his second 100-mile buckle at the Beast of Burden – Summer Edition, and other local ultrarunners took on races around Mount St. Helens and Area 51. All are featured in this week’s roundup. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: Moosalamoo, Beast of Burden, Volcanic 50, and E.T.

MassUltra Roundup: High Lonesome, Viaduct Trail, Burning River, Lost Turkey, and Minnesota Voyageur

A trio of 100-milers – including a tough new one in the Rocky Mountains – lead a long list of races in this week’s roundup as runners traveled to Colorado, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Minnesota to tackle the trails at ultra distances. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: High Lonesome, Viaduct Trail, Burning River, Lost Turkey, and Minnesota Voyageur

MassUltra Roundup: Badwater, Tahoe, Devil’s Backbone, On the Rocks, Bear Brook, and Beaverhead

From the blistering heat of Badwater, to the high altitude of Tahoe and Montana, to the trails of southern New Hampshire, Massachusetts ultrarunners took on races across the country during the past two weekends of varying terrain and climate. We highlight six of them in this week’s roundup. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: Badwater, Tahoe, Devil’s Backbone, On the Rocks, Bear Brook, and Beaverhead

MassUltra Roundup: IAU 24-Hour World Championships

Massachusetts was represented on the world stage at the International Association of Ultrarunners’ 24-Hour World Championships on July 1-2 in Belfast, Ireland.

Cambridge resident Jenny Hoffman was one of seven women who represented the United States at the World Championships as a member of the US National 24-Hour Running Team. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: IAU 24-Hour World Championships

MassUltra Roundup: Catamount, Bay of Fundy, and Bryce

Massachusetts ultrarunners didn’t have to venture far from home to race on June 24-25 – well … other than the lucky few who got to run Western States (that’ll be included in another article) – because the Catamount Ultra 50K in Vermont and the inaugural 50K at the Bay of Fundy Marathon in Maine took place last weekend. Massachusetts residents won both of those races. Additionally, we tracked down results from the Bryce 50K on June 17 in Utah to round out this week’s roundup. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: Catamount, Bay of Fundy, and Bryce