Aaaaand that’s a wrap!
The Ultra Adventures race series for 2015 has come to an end with great success at Tushars. Below is a race report from Ultrarunner Joe who ran the 93K distance.
Our friend Cory ran the marathon in Tushars and it took him 10 hours! That’s how gruelingly spectacular these races are. Read Cory’s race report HERE.
And a video Cory put together:
I keep hearing the same things about these races: people say they are both the hardest and most beautiful trails they have ever encountered. And they don’t sell out in three seconds!
Our goal is to be at as many 2016 events as possible, starting with Antelope Canyon on February 20th. I’ll have books to sell and time to chat. Distances range from half marathons to 100 miles.
Will we see you there?
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The Tushar Mountains are truly a hidden gem of Utah (shhh, don’t tell anyone). These mountains stand high above the city of Beaver, Utah to the East and this past weekend were the site of the final race of the 2015 Ultra Adventures Grand Circle Trail Series. As a part of the U.S. Skyrunning series it stood to be a huge test, but being in its inaugural year, no one quite knew what they were getting themselves into. Leading up to the race, I was debating on whether to sign up for the marathon distance or the 93K. In the end, I decided that the marathon wouldn’t be far enough for what I wanted to accomplish so I decided to sign up for the 93K and play it by ear. I approached Tushars more like a training run as I continue to stay focused on the Bear 100 at the…
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