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Soutiea Repeats as Sweltering Summer Champion

Greg Soutiea set a high standard for the Sweltering Summer 8-Hour Ultra during the 2015 running of the event when he logged an event-record 55.794 miles.

In 2016, he raised the bar even higher. Continue reading Soutiea Repeats as Sweltering Summer Champion

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MassUltra Roundup: Pikes Peak and the CandleLight Overnight Ultra

Pikes Peak Ultra 50-Mile

Teddy Nolan isn’t far removed from his days as a high school distance standout at North Attleboro High School, but the 19-year-old Massachusetts resident didn’t wait long to bump up his race distances from the 800 meters, mile, two-mile, or 5K. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: Pikes Peak and the CandleLight Overnight Ultra

Reign Before the Rain: Rusiecki Victorious, Dissinger 9th at Vermont 100

Long before the first rumbles of thunder rattled through the valleys and well before more than four hours of torrential downpour soaked the dirt roads and trails and drenched runners to the core, a different storm of sorts rolled across the Vermont 100 course. Continue reading Reign Before the Rain: Rusiecki Victorious, Dissinger 9th at Vermont 100

MassUltra Roundup: Howard Takes on the Tahoe Rim Trail; Four Bay Staters Endure the Altitude of Silver Rush

Tahoe Rim Trail Endurance Races

Chalk up another successfully completed 100-mile trail race for Bill Howard.

Mountains, altitude, vertical – the Tahoe Rim Trail 100 had it all for Howard on Saturday and Sunday, July 16-17, in Carson City, Nev. The 67-year-old resident of Winchester, Mass., wasn’t deterred by the approximately 20,000 feet of vertical gain or the thin air offered by a course that resides entirely above 8,000 feet. Howard completed the course in 33:15:39 and placed 121st overall. Continue reading MassUltra Roundup: Howard Takes on the Tahoe Rim Trail; Four Bay Staters Endure the Altitude of Silver Rush

Agbay, List ‘Kiss the Rock’ Again

Finishing the Hardrock 100 once is difficult enough. Christopher Agbay and Jeff List have done it multiple times.

Agbay, of Jefferson, Mass., finished Hardrock for the second straight year late Saturday night, July 16. List, a resident of East Falmouth, Mass., finished in the early hours of Sunday morning, July 17, to notch an impressive sixth completion of what is considered to be the toughest 100-mile race in the United States. Continue reading Agbay, List ‘Kiss the Rock’ Again