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I’m a husband, father of three awesome daughters, trained and initially certified as an Occupational Therapist, and more recently founder of three run-specialty shops (still own one), Red Newt Racing, and the Trails Collective. My roots are in rural PA, growing up a competitive swimmer and later runner. A two-time NCAA All American in Cross Country, and National Qualifier in the Steeplechase, the trails of Ithaca latched on and I never let go. After stints living in Washington, Hawaii and…
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I’m a trail builder and runner, comic book nerd, educator, and big fan of new tech, even though I never buy it. Professionally I am an educator in Rochester,NY and owner of Trail Methods - We are the home of Many On The Genny 40 miler and some freelance writing/producing. A few favorite races: Lucifers Crossing, Muddy Sneaker Trail Race, Dirty German. Bucket-list running locations or events: I dream of running the dipsea. It is a unique, not too long,…
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My name is Kuwanna Dyer-Pietras and I am a trail and ultrarunner. I was born in Germany, and I’ve been running ever since I can remember. In recent years, I have completed several marathons and ultras, most of which were solo and self-supported. This includes a 100K, a 95K (with a good story), a 50-miler, and four 50Ks. The 95K was originally intended to be a 100K, and ultimately led me to register for the Pine Creek Challenge 100K, in…
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I’m a Dudeist minister from New Paltz, NY. Also an emergency medicine physician and an exercise physiologist. I’ve been running since I was 13 and running ultramarathons since 2006. Currently I spend my time shuttling my two tween girls to various activities. When not doing this I can be found coaching, podcasting, drinking beer, and training on the wonderfully runnable trails of the Shawangunk Mountains. Some career highlights include an age-group national championship at 100K and top-10 national championship finishes…
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I do not use the oxford comma. I’m a firm believer in quad trauma now, shenanigans and hoppy beer later. Rain or shine, I thrive on race day, love the start line energy, the disappearing singletrack and of course the fun competition. That said, I also love teaming up with people mid race because you can never have too many friends and as my man, Walter Payton said, ‘we’re stronger together.’ Besides trail running, I’m also mental for mantels and…
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